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Digestive Enzymes that assists With Gluten and Casein Digestion
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GlutenEase 60's

Assists With Gluten and Casein Digestion

Gluten is a protein found in grains, notably wheat, rye and barley. Gluten intolerance occurs when there is a difficulty in breaking down specific amino acid links (called peptides) in the gluten molecules. This can lead to intestinal inflammation and a number of disorders including Leaky Gut and other syndromes.

GlutenEase offers those suffering with such intolerances assistance in digestion and assimilation of the offending proteins. DPP-IV, is able to break down an exorphin peptide (a protein) believed to be a contributing factor in gluten and casein intolerance. GlutenEase may also be used by those who wish to remain on the gluten-free, casein free diet to ensure complete breakdown of proteins safely and effectively. GlutenEase provides stronger support for the above digestive-specific conditions, as opposed to the more generalised Digest Spectrum.
 

Recommended Use: 1 capsule with each meal containing gluten or casein. More may be taken as needed.

This product is not intended to replace a gluten-free diet for individuals with Celiac Disease.

THE SCIENCE

Many people have difficulty digesting gluten and casein proteins commonly found in foods, resulting in discomforts like gas and bloating. Gluten is the main protein complex primarily found in grains including wheat, barley, spelt and rye. It may also be present in medications, processed foods, soaps and cosmetics. Casein is found in dairy products and processed foods. Even those on gluten-free/casein-free diets may experience difficulties due to cross-contamination from offending foods. 

According to one U.S. survey, 1 in every 3 adults is reducing or avoiding gluten consumption.1 The study conducted over a three-year period shows a consistent increase in gluten-free popularity, which may suggest a high prevalence of gluten intolerance. Although the popular solution for gluten and casein intolerance is following a gluten-free, casein free diet, eliminating the offending proteins to reduce discomfort is only effective in the short term. Once those foods are reintroduced, symptoms return. As a complement to elimination diets, enzyme supplementation may assist and enhance the digestion of foods containing gluten and casein.* 

GlutenEase™ combines the Protease Thera-blend™ enzymes (G1) along with DPP-IV. Proteases high in DPP-IV activity assist in encouraging healthy inflammatory responses to gluten and casein peptides, thereby better digesting and utilizing gluten and casein containing foods.*2 The Amylase Thera-blend enzymes included assist in the digestion of the carbohydrate portion of grains, such as wheat, which contain gluten, while the glucoamylase breaks down polysaccharides into glucose units. 

Thera-blend is an exclusive process that combines multiple strains of enzymes that work in various pH levels. Thera-blend enzymes have been shown to be three times stronger and work more than six times faster than leading digestive supplements.*

This product is not intended to replace a gluten-free diet for individuals with Celiac Disease.

Recommended Use: One capsule at the beginning of each meal containing gluten or casein. More may be taken as needed.For additional assistance with dairy digestion, Lacto™ should be considered. 

Enzymedica does not use ingredients produced using biotechnology. 

References

1 NPD Group. (2013 March 6). Percentage of U.S. adults trying to cut down or avoid gluten in their diets reaches new high in 2013. Retrieved from https://www.npd.com/wps/portal/npd/us/news/press-releases/percentage-of-us-adults-trying-to-cut-down-or-avoid-gluten-in-their-diets-reaches-new-high-in-2013-reports-npd/

2 Byun, T, et al. (2001). “Synergistic action of an X-prolyl dipeptidyl aminopeptida    

Product Reviews

There are: 1 reviews, with an average rating of 5.0 out of 5
Through my own trial and error I have found that I have a gluten intolerance. Although slight, I still need to watch what I eat. Recently I heard about tablets you could take which “could help this”. I brought a bottle of GlutenEase from Wisehealth and I have found that, for me, they have enabled me to have some gluten in a meal. I still am careful with my diet, but it is great to have a bit more of a variety of food options available to me. I am pleased that I did try this to find that they work for me
Posted by Margaret Johnston on 2017-08-08 09:43:53

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