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The Institute for Specialized Medicine Launches GLUTEN-FREE REMEDIES, a New Line of Gluten-free Food Supplements and Herbs.
Date:6/1/2011

DEL MAR, Calif., June 1, 2011 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The Institute for Specialized Medicine launches GLUTEN-FREE REMEDIES, a new line of gluten-free food supplements and herbs.The Institute for Specialized Medicine http://www.IFSMED.com—the nation's first center for integrative rheumatology—has launched GLUTEN-FREE REMEDIES™, a line of gluten-free food supplements and herbs that sets a new standard of quality. Selected for the efficacy of their individual ingredients, GLUTEN-FREE REMEDIES™ is formulated based on published scientific data and personal clinical experience of IFSMED founder Dr. Alexander Shikhman.

GLUTEN-FREE REMEDIES™ http://www.IFSMED.com/gluten-free-remedies incorporates over 70 products categorized into ten problem-oriented groups, including:BRAIN AND NERVE HEALTHCARTILAGE AND BONE HEALTHDIGESTIVE AND INTESTINAL HELPHAIR, NAIL AND SKIN SUPPORTHORMONAL BALANCEIMMUNE REGULATORSLIPID AND GLUCOSE METABOLISMMUSCLE SUPPORTNORMAL MICROFLORA SUPPORTVITAMINS AND MINERALSGluten intolerance is "the major imitator" of various illnesses from celiac disease and irritable bowel syndrome to lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, and attention deficit disorder.  Consumption of even minute amounts of gluten can potentially result in serious health threats in susceptible individuals.  It is estimated that approximately 20-30% of humans are gluten intolerant.

"We all are cautious about heavy metals and pesticide contaminations in our food," says Dr. Shikhman.  "Now is the time to be even more cautious about gluten contaminations."

About Dr. Alexander Shikhman and the Institute for Specialized Medicine Board certified in internal medicine and rheumatology, Dr. Alexander Shikhman is the founder of the Institute for Specialized Medicine and a leadin
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