Astaxanthin is gluten free. Astaxanthin should be safe for patients with celiac and other gluten-related disorders.
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Millions of people are now avoiding gluten. Some people avoid gluten because they have a gluten-related disorder like Celiac Disease. Others avoid gluten because it helps them feel their best. If you're not sure how to get started, check out our Guide to a Gluten-Free Diet.
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We've done our best to ensure this note on astaxanthin is accurate. When starting a gluten free diet, it's generally best to work with a trained dietitian or clinician.