It’s hard to eat gluten-free 100% of the time.
Gluten Reduce is your safety net.
We’ll catch you when you fall.
(Or when someone unwittingly slips gluten into your food!)
Gluten is an indigestible protein found in wheat, barley, rye and other grains. It is also commonly found in a wide variety of foods as a binder, flavor enhancing agent or a protein supplement.
Unfortunately, many people do not tolerate gluten well, and most people benefit from a gluten-free diet. This is because gluten is indigestible and actually damages the intestinal lining. (See the Mayo Clinic’s assessment of digestive tract damage done by gluten here.)
Gluten, although made up of several different proteins, is mostly comprised of two types of proteins— gliadin and glutenin. Your body struggles to break down gluten proteins into usable amino acids, and the undigested gluten proteins trigger a reaction from your immune system.
Levels of Gluten Sensitivity
No gluten digestive aid can combat all gluten 100%, and those diagnosed with Celiac’s Disease should not assume that a gluten digestive aid pill can protect them from the very serious health issues that can come about from eating gluten. Just as there is a difference between being lactose intolerant, having a lactose sensitivity and simply being healthier if a person doesn’t eat dairy, there are different levels of gluten sensitivity.
Some have obvious digestion problems that are remedied by eating gluten-free. Others simply are healthier or find they can lose weight if they eat a gluten-free diet. People with Celiac’s Disease experience serious and immediate digestive problems (and overall health issues) if they eat gluten.
Eating Gluten Free
While eating gluten-free is ideal, it is not always practical or feasible.
Waiters at restaurants may tell you a meal is gluten-free, but chefs may use a seasoning or thickener that contains gluten, triggering a reaction. Meals may be labeled “gluten-free” that still contain trace amounts of gluten.
This is when a digestion aid is needed.
Gluten-Free Diet Support
We recommend you use Gluten Reduce as a supplemental support to your gluten-free diet. Take a gluten digestion pill when you are eating out at a restaurant or a friend’s house where someone might accidentally feed you gluten. Keep a bottle in your work desk so that you can take a gluten digestive aid if you end up eating out with coworkers or have to eat with the team on a project.
It can be hard to stick to a gluten-free diet even if you’ve seen positive results from eating this way. Use Gluten Reduce when you take a break from your gluten-free diet to minimize the impact of gluten on your digestive system.
Why Gluten Reduce?
Gluten Reduce is the most current formulation of gluten digestive aid pill on the market. It works faster and more completely than other gluten digestion supplement formulations containing a majority of DPPIV.
Gluten Reduce goes beyond the traditional DPPIV (dipeptidly peptidase IV) enzyme providing superior break down of the proteins that trigger immune responses (gliadin and glutenin) through endopeptidase and exopeptidase hydrolysis. It is scientifically proven to break down gluten, wheat and other grains into amino acids your body can use.
Gluten Reduce will be available soon (May/June 2016). Please bookmark this page and return to get information about ordering Gluten Reduce.
* All the health information presented here is backed by the scientific studies, but these claims have not been evaluated by the FDA. We do not claim to be able to diagnose or treat any health conditions. We only point consumers to the studies that exist and ask them to draw their own conclusions.