Immunecare Glutenase Plus helps to support normal gluten digestion.
What Is Gluten?
Gluten is a mixture of two proteins, gliadin and glutenin, and is found in wheat, oats, rye and barley. When mixed with water it becomes sticky and so forms the familiar texture of dough made from wheat and rye flour.
NOTE: In more severe cases where the sensitivity becomes an allergy to gluten, this is Celiac Disease. This is a more serious condition where the immune system mistakenly attacks the lining of the bowel as if it was a ‘foreign’ organism. People diagnosed with this more serious Celiac Disease should avoid gluten completely as Immunecare Gluten Plus will not address this more serious condition.
How Does Immunecare Glutenase Plus Work?
- Immunecare Glutenase Plus contains enzymes with DPP-IV (Dipeptidyl peptidase) activity
- DPP-IV can be found in the intestinal tract lining.
- One of its primary functions is breaking down gluten.
- The DPP-IV enzyme activity assists digestion of proline-containing peptides found primarily in wheat, which are generally resistant to being completely broken down by other enzymes in people who are gluten sensitive or wheat intolerant.
- By introducing the DPP-IV containing enzyme to the digestive tract, Immunecare Glutenase Plus encourages normal digestion of gluten.
How Do I Take Immunecare Glutenase Plus?
Take one to two capsules 15-20 minutes before each meal containing wheat or gluten.
90 vegetarian capsules.
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We do not recommend taking enzyme formulations in cases of Gastritis; Ulcerative Colitis; Crohn’s; Diverticulitis, or where there is ulceration in the digestive tract. Not recommended for diabetics.