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san j
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What about Wheat in the ingredient list of a supplement? If I should cut back on my wheat, how bad is it (does the Dr. say?) if one of my supplements contains wheat? I recently bought one that said "No Wheat" on the regular label but had a sticker on top of the cap saying: "Correction: Contains Wheat".  On the side, it also had said "No Gluten"...any thoughts? Quotes?


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wheat is wheat!!........
no biggie for you though, being a secretor, right?


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Hi Darlin'. True. But apparently it's still bad for B's with several different conditions.  Just curious...


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is it an avoid for you Bs in your arthritis book?


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is it an avoid for you Bs in your arthritis book?


Yes. As always, whole wheat products, wheat germ, etc.  But the usually-neutrals get downgraded to "Infrequent". For arthritis, as well as for most of the conditions/diseases, Peter counsels B to let go of wheat if possible.



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I ran into that issue with Inflammarest.  No wheat, but in another place, it stated wheat sourced something or other.  I finished up the bottle, and didn't buy it again.  Great results from Bromelain with no wheat.
Of course, I am a nonnie, with less lee way in playing around with avoids.  Only you can decide how much you can eat and still make the progress you want.



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Only you can decide how much you can eat and still make the progress you want.


My thought as well. Let your body do the talkin'........



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