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  1. Norma Doiron @Savvy BIZ Solutions
    November 20, 2013

    Lots of vital info in your article Pat, particlularly this one "When a particular food group is left out of your daily diet you are at risk of developing long term health problems." So important to maintain our health…

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    • Pat Moon
      November 22, 2013

      Thanks for your visit and comment, Norma. You picked up on a very important point of my article about the risk of leaving an important food group out of your daily diet. So many fad diets often lead us off track from good health.

      Keep up your good health.

      Pat

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  2. Chaz Elban
    November 12, 2013

    Your blog covers so much topics- keep them up! this one of the best market blogs ive seen aha 🙂

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    • Pat Moon
      November 12, 2013

      Thank you, Chaz.

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  3. Terri Lind Davis
    November 9, 2013

    I have been trying to go gluten free but not 100 percent there yet. Thanks for sharing such useful information!

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    • Pat Moon
      November 10, 2013

      Hi Terri,

      Have you been diagnosed as gluten intolerant? If so or if you suspect that is the case, I suggest you try the tips I suggest in this article. Perhaps you do not need to go 100% because as I mentioned there can be dangers in going 100% gluten free. Then you can be at risk of missing very important nutrients which most people are deficent in anyway. That is the reason I suggest the ProVitality+. It takes that risk out of the equation which you are gluten intolerant or not.

      Contact me for more info. I’m happy you found the information useful.

      Pat

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  4. Roz
    November 7, 2013

    Fortunately we don'thave this issue. Great expplanation.

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    • Pat Moon
      November 10, 2013

      Hi Roz,

      I’m glad to hear you do not have a gluten intolerance problem. The secret is to stay that way by observing healthy food and supplement choices on a daily basis.

      Stay healthy!

      Pat

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  5. Tina Ashburn
    November 7, 2013

    This is a wonderful and helpful way to explain and describe the issues involved in being gluten-intollerant. Thanks so much.

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    • Pat Moon
      November 10, 2013

      Hi Tina,

      I’m so glad you found my article helpful. Staying educated is so important to maintaining good health.

      Have a healthy week!

      Pat

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  6. Mike
    November 7, 2013

    Thanks for the info!  I havea good friend who has a gluten allergy and he could really use this info thanks a bunch!

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    • Pat Moon
      November 10, 2013

      Hi Mike,

      Thanks for referring your friend to my blog.

      Prevention is the best step to keeping your good health.

      Pat

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  7. Alexandra McAllister
    November 7, 2013

    Thanks for all the info, Pat.  I don't have any issues, yet, with gluten but if I ever do, I know where to go.  I hear of so many more of my friends that are now eating differently because of this. Great to know there is a solution.

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    • Pat Moon
      November 10, 2013

      Yes, Alexandra, there is a solution to gluten intolerance. However I advocate prevention by making wise choices of food and supplements prior to the problem setting in. Everyone needs the nutrients found in Tre-en-en and ProVitality+ for proper cellular nutrition. Nutrition does start from what we put in our mouth but real nutrition has to do with what we actually receive at a cellular level.

      Stay healthy.

      Pat

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  8. kungphoo
    November 7, 2013

    I have not gone gluten free yet, but i assume its in the cards..

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    • Pat Moon
      November 10, 2013

      HI Robert,

      Don’t assume you need to go gluten free unless you have been diagnosed or have tried the tips I have given in this article. I have not had to go gluten free totally but follow what I have suggested and have none of the symptons of gluten intolerance. It is better to take preventive measures rather than wait until there is a problem and then try to reverse it. Prevention saves so many problems.

      Take the steps to preserve your health.

      Pat

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