I was diagnosed with Celiac back in January of this year. The diagnosis came from the results of a stool sample that I sent to Enterolab on the advice of a homeopathic caregiver. After I got the results, she put me on Glutagenics powder and told me to take it twice a day. It contains L-Glutamine, which is supposed to help heal my small intestine. Does anyone else take this for Celiac, and if so, do you know how long you're supposed to stay on it? My care giver said I'd have to be on it for a long time, but didn't give me a time frame. Glutagenics powder costs $50 per month and I'd like to find a cheaper alternative if there is one. Any suggestions?
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