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Hello,My name is Colleen, and I just joined. I found out over a year ago that I was gluten intolerant. When I first found out, I stopped all gluten, and I felt so much better - the aches, pains, stiff joints, swelled joints, diarrhea, constipation, stomach problems, extreme tiredness went away more and more each day that I was gluten free. I am having great difficulty keeping up with this diet due to the fact all the breads I have tried online and from the health food store not only taste horrib

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