As you are possibly aware, many medications and drugs contain gluten. I saw recently in this article from Gluten Free Living that a law suit has been filed(see quote from the article below). This would be wonderful news since right now they don't have to disclose this and it can be a big hidden source of gluten. In the meantime, how do you know if a drug contains gluten? You can call a company, ask a pharmacist or use Cecelia's Marketplace Guide. I love it because it not only tells you foods that are gluten and/or casein free (depending on which book you buy), but it also tells you about over the counter drugs that are gluten free. It isn't all inclusive, so a medication could be gluten free, and not be in the book. However, everything in the book is proclaimed "gluten free".
"A lawsuit seeking a ban on gluten in medications or labels that clearly indicate when a drug contains gluten has been filed against the U.S. Food and Drug Administration."
|photo from Gluten Free Living|