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Let’s Urge Our US Representatives to Cosponsor the Gluten in Medicine Disclosure Act

Gluten does not have to be listed on medication labels presently in the United States.

Since gluten is sometimes used as a binder or filler in medications, this makes it difficult to know which medications are safe or unsafe.

The Gluten in Medicine Disclosure Act would change United States law by requiring drug manufacturers to label medications intended for human use with the list of ingredients, their source, and whether gluten is present. 

Here is what you can do to help.

The Celiac Disease Foundation has created a form on their website that makes contacting your representatives easy. Click here to access the form and contact your representatives.

I just submitted my letter to my representative through the Celiac Disease Foundation website. It only takes a few minutes and will help so many when this passes. Thank you!

About John Libonati

Author Information: John Libonati, SW Florida Publisher, Glutenfreeworks.com & The Gluten Free Works Treatment Guide.
  • Mary Dever says:

    Please have pharmaceutical companies disclose ingredients. I have Celiac’s Disease, my daughter is allergic to wheat and nuts, and my husband is allergic to shellfish.

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