Digestive Enzymes w/Gluten Control
Do You Have the Symptoms of Gluten and Casein Intolerance?
Gluten and casein are proteins found in grains and milk respectively. While these proteins occur naturally in many staple foods, some people cannot digest them. This can cause a number of unpleasant symptoms, some of which may be potentially serious.
It is estimated that up to 13% of people are sensitive to gluten. (1) In these people, taking gluten-containing grains such as wheat, rye, and barley can cause bloating, diarrhea, constipation, stomach pain, headaches, and tiredness. The symptoms usually go away when a person stops taking gluten.
Some people cannot digest the milk protein, casein.
In such people, taking milk or certain dairy products can cause bloating, diarrhea, joint pain, tiredness, and changes in behavior. Many of these symptoms are similar to those of lactose intolerance.
Lactose intolerance occurs when a person cannot digest a milk sugar known as lactose.
Fix Gluten and Casein Digestion Problems with BioCare-Containing Enzyme Blend
The most popular way to avoid these problems is to stop taking foods that contain gluten and casein. However, this might not be always possible or sometimes, you may accidentally take some of these foods.
So, what can you do to prevent getting those unpleasant symptoms?
Take a capsule of these enzymes just before taking food that may contain gluten and casein.
This contains a unique blend of digestive enzymes along with the patented BioCare DPP-IV.
DPP-IV is an acronym for dipeptidyl peptidase IV (DPP-IV). It is a blend of protein-digesting enzymes that can digest more than 60% of ingested gluten. (2)
Together with other enzymes that help break down lactose, carbohydrates, fat, and plant fibers, DPP-IV dramatically improves your digestion.
For best results, take one or two capsules before each meal for at least 2 weeks. Depending on your response, you may take it for a few months.
Intolerance is different from an allergy. If you have an allergy to gluten or casein, taking enzymes won’t help. The best way to prevent an allergic reaction is to avoid gluten and casein in your food.
- Systematic review: noncoeliac gluten sensitivity.
- Synergistic action of an X-prolyl dipeptidyl aminopeptidase and a non-specific aminopeptidase in protein hydrolysis.