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CINDYTW Posts: 5,783
7/18/11 11:16 P

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I tried GlutenEase because it was supposed to help with casein also but really didn't for me. I do keep them handy when I go out usually.

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7/17/11 9:08 A

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Thanks! I just looked that up on Amazon and it had great reviews. I will be trying this one!

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7/16/11 11:44 P

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I think they help. I keep them in my purse, and take two before any food I haven't personally prepared. I was glutened at a restaurant, and I could tell immediately, but I went straight to bed afterwards and avoided a lot of unpleasant side effects by taking two before, and another two right before bed. I'm sure the digestive enzymes have helped smooth over several other minor cross-contamination problems. Any time a friend complains of tummy problems, I've given them a digestive enzyme, and it helps them smooth out their issues as well.

I've been using Garden of Life Gluten Freeze.

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7/16/11 10:50 P

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Digestive enzymes helps your body break down the foods that you eat and make sure that you get ones that have all three types of digestive enzymes that way it will break down all that you eat including wheat if you get some by accident.

Dorothy

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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7/16/11 12:01 P

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I use them when I eat at restaurants or get-togethers just in case I get some cross-contamination or ate something that I thought would be gluten free but wasn't. I take before and after. It seems to help ease the symptoms.

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7/16/11 11:47 A

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Has anyone tried using these, and if so, did they help or hurt?

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