- Improves breakdown of gluten proteins
- Supports an efficient and healthy digestive tract
- Contains healthful prebiotics and probiotics
- ideal for people who love grains like wheat, barley, and rye
- Gluten free
- Vegetarian friendly
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Gluten Pulverizing Formula
Contains prebiotics and probiotics to support optimum digestive health by assisting the breakdown of gluten proteins consumed by eating grains.
Size: 60 capsules
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NuMedica Glutenza Breaks-Down Gluten Proteins
NuMedica Glutenza is a robust formula that is designed to improve the body's breakdown of gluten proteins. This dynamic supplement is created with powerful enzymes like prebiotics and probiotics that can substantially enhance gluten digestion with greater efficiency to promote a healthy intestinal tract. Although not intended for people who have celiac disease or pronounced gluten sensitivity, this supplement is ideal for you if you do consume a lot of grains like wheat, rye, or barley.
Gluten proteins are hard for many people to digest. Some people are completely intolerant to gluten while others experience discomfort including bloating, stomach pain or even bowel problems. When this happens it's best to avoid gluten or minimize your exposure to gluten as much as is reasonably possible. Given the vast array of processed foods in America today, this can be a challenge, especially when eating out. When this happens, Glutenza can help break down the gluten proteins to alleviate the discomfort.
Probiotics and Prebiotics in NuMedica Glutenza
Probiotics are healthy forms of bacteria that help maintain the health of our digestive systems including both the large and small intestines. Probiotics control the growth of bacteria that could be harmful in our digestive tract. Prebiotics also help maintain the digestive system. Prebiotics promote the growth of beneficial bacteria and microorganisms that keep the digestive tract clean and healthy. NuMedica Glutenza contains a powerful blend of these enzymes that support an efficient digestive tract.
Likely, you have witnessed the explosion of gluten-free products in recent years. In some ways, the influx of these products may have given gluten a bad name. The fact is unless you have celiac disease or a diagnosed sensitivity to gluten, there's no reason to avoid it. In fact, a gluten-free diet may lack the essential vitamins, minerals, and fiber you need to support optimum nutrition and health. NuMedica Glutenza enhances the body's natural ability to efficiently digest gluten so nutrients can be quickly absorbed and used by the body, and the digestive tract can be better maintained.
|Glutenza||1 Capsule||60||Take one capsule during any meal suspected of containing gluten. For maintenance, take two capsules daily or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.|
Storage: Store refrigerated.
Shipping: Product should be shipped with an ice pack if there is risk of prolonged exposure to temperature exceeding 90 degrees. Supplementrelief ships with an ice pack at 75 degrees or higher. Below 75 degrees an ice pack is not necessary but may be requested in the order notes for an additional charge of $4.95.
Two Capsules Contain:
|Probiotic Blend||10 billion live organisms|
|Saccharomyces boulardii Bacillus subtilis Lactobacillus acidophilus|
|Prebiotic - PreForPro™||15 mg|
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Healthy GLUTEN-FREE and DAIRY-FREE Grocery Shopping List
Stock your pantry and refrigerator with these fresh and healthy gluten-free and dairy-free foods. This is a great grocery list to start from if you want to eat healthy, but you should always be sure they fit your specific health needs. You also want to be sure that they are eaten fresh, organic, and unprocessed if possible.
So What's The Big Deal About Gluten?
Is Gluten Bad? Gluten just is. The problem is, it generally is not being used in the correct proportions any more. So let's take a moment to explore what gluten really is.
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Understanding Celiac Disease and the Relationship to Gluten Sensitivity
Celiac disease occurs for some people who have a problem processing gluten, which is a protein found in many foods. The gluten triggers an immune response that is not normal and damages the inside of the small intestine. Once that happens it is difficult to absorb the nutrients needed from the foods eaten.
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