KMI - The Spray Vitamin Company
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We can turn that frown upside down -- All VitaMist Spray Vitamins are celiac friendly. We only use the purest ingredients and put them into highly concentrated bio available liquid form. Then we use original patented spray technology to deliver your nutrition in a fast easy, and the most effective manner.
All VitaMist Spray Vitamins products are gluten-free. We do not use any wheat, rye, barley or oat in our products, and none of these grains are used in the production of any of our ingredients or in the processing of the products. Also, because gluten is a completely insoluble protein and all our products contain only completely soluble and dispersible ingredients and because we are in that liquid spray form we are gentle to your system.
Celiac disease is a disorder that causes problems in your intestines when you eat gluten, which is in wheat, rye, barley and oats. Gluten is like a poison to people with celiac disease, because it damages their intestines. This damage keeps your body from taking in many of the nutrients in the food you eat. This includes vitamins, calcium, protein, carbohydrates, fats and other important nutrients. Your body can't work well without these nutrients.
Many Doctors say if you have Celiac disease, it's a good idea to take vitamin and mineral supplements to prevent deficiencies and malnutrition. At the very least, you'll want to take a multivitamin/mineral supplement that includes calcium and magnesium; Magnesium deficiency often occurs in malabsorption syndromes and may contribute to osteoporosis, the rapid bone loss that can lead to hip fractures and other skeletal problems. This mineral is also important for proper tissue healing, so you need to get enough to help your body heal itself. To make sure that you get magnesium, be sure that your diet consists of moderate amounts of protein and plenty of steamed leafy green vegetables like kale, collard greens, and mustard greens. These greens are also good sources of calcium.
In addition to a multivitamin each day, many doctors tell their patients another good Celiac vitamin is a high-potency B-complex supplement. This type of supplement contains B vitamins like niacin, thiamin, and riboflavin, as well as folic acid. Typically, taken daily with food are sufficient. Your doctor can determine through blood tests how much you should take. "You definitely want to supplement B vitamins, because those are not well-absorbed when the intestines are aggravated," according to some specialists.