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Comment Snippet:  <p> &nbsp;The inflammatory markers that were abolished with addition of vitamin C in the lab really proves nothing other than vitamin C is anti inflammatory and does turn off these markers in the body. Both celiac disease and gluten intolerance have been found to have a genetic component that turns on an immune response in the gut. I believe that low level stress over long periods of time does reduce vitamin C levels along with zinc.</p>
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