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2/26/11 11:31 P

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If it has not given you problems since you have gone GF then you should keep taking it since it does not affect you.

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If you tell God no because He won't explain the reason He wants you to do something, you are actually hindering His blessing. But when you say yes to Him, all of heaven opens to pour out His goodness and reward your obedience. What matters more than material blessings are the things He is teaching us in our spirit.
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2/24/11 12:56 P

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Thanks, didn't have a 'typical' reaction from my gut, just being safe.

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I love my dogs! Annie is a fearful dog and is doing great under careful management. I raw feed my dogs.

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2/24/11 12:47 P

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I think it is probably OK. I just took it for several days and didn't have problems (other than being sick already!). I think they probably said it to cover their butts.

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2/24/11 12:35 P

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It depends on how severe the allergies are. Some people like me can be around stuff and have them be processed and others cannot be around the smell or touch what they are allergic to.

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2/24/11 12:30 P

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This is not an endorsement!

I have a head cold and my go to med has always been Mucinex to help prevent the cold from spreading to my lungs. Yes this does work and very efficiently! I started taking Mucinex yesterday morning and after taking this am, I said oops, what is in the ingredients. By the way, I read all ingredients now and all my vitamins are marked gluten free too. The one thing I didn't read was my Mucinex box as I rarely get sick.

Ok, it reads like typical medicine labels, so I called them. Spoke to a very nice lady, who after looking into it for me, stated that Mucinex is wheat free but that they could not guarantee that it wasn't processed on wheat free equipment.

Opinions please?

Bo

Northern Arizona MDT

I love my dogs! Annie is a fearful dog and is doing great under careful management. I raw feed my dogs.

Diagnosed with Celiac Disease 02/25/2011

Non-smoker after smoking 30 years and was at 3 packs a day.

Former skinny person who never exercised and is now trying to make exercise a habit.


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