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September 13, 2004

Outback Steakhouse Catering to Celiac Disease, Vitamin D and Crohn's Disease

"Restaurants are making changes as more and more people are diagnosed with food allergies. Some people can't eat dairy, others are allergic to wheat, and even a single peanut could kill a diner with a nut allergy."

"Contrary to expectations, people with the inflammatory bowel condition Crohn's disease are likely to have excessive levels of the active form of vitamin D in their blood"

Posted by news editor at 10:25 AM