Jason Gluten Free Body Wash

by Aly Hazlewood on September 19, 2014

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After at least a decade of stomach and digestion problems which regular doctors don’t seem to be have a clue about, I’ve decided to take matters into my own hands. I’ve just gone gluten-free and have been dairy-free for some time now, and in the 2 weeks that I’ve made the changes, there has been a slight yet noticeable improvement in levels of pain, bloating and gas.

Incidentally, I read a press release about a gluten-free body wash from organic skin care brand Jason, and whilst I’m not a coeliac, I thought I’d give it a try for those of you that are. Unfortunately, diagnoses of coeliac disease are on the increase, and some folk suffer so badly with gluten intolerance that it makes them violently ill, so it makes sense to eradicate all contact with gluten if you possibly can.

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