Fainting rabbits

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I've heard great stuff about Stevia (pure, not a blend) but it's so darned expensive. As far as gluten is concerned, we are not rabbits. Our ancestors ate protein. That's what our stomachs are designed to eat. Gluten free dieting has become a trend for those who don't have Celiac disease, but who just want to live healthier lives. Gluten free foods have taken off in sales, making it easier for me to find GF foods in my local grocery store.
I also intend to check them out, though it's possible I've read them already if they are the Mayo ones regarding experimental AAN induced in rabbits/mice injected with the antibody (the Vernino/Sandroni (sp?) ones).
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