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Once you completely stop eating gluten (and that includes soy sauce, beer, modified food starch and blue cheese) after two weeks, your system will be 'clean'. If you have actual gluten intolerance (if it gives you stomach aches) it will take about two months for your intestinal linings to heal.

You will notice the benefits of eliminating gluten from your system after about 3 weeks.

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