Gluten free digestive enzymes
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NCA and Melinda Dennis, NCA’s Senior Consulting Dietitian, provided this detail. This information is given for educational purposes only and is not intended to replace or substitute for personalized medical advice provided to you directly by your health care provider. You should print this information and use it in accordance with your doctor or dietitian. By supplying this material, NCA, Ms. Dennis, and her nutrition consulting company Remove the Wheat, LLC assume no liability.
Melinda Dennis, an expert celiac dietitian and Nutrition Coordinator for the Celiac Center at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, MA, is a Senior Nutrition Consultant for NCA. She was diagnosed with celiac disease in 1990 and now focuses on the nutritional care of celiac disease and gluten-related disorders patients.
Melinda gives talks all over the world and has written a lot about celiac disease diet, including the award-winning book Real Life with Celiac Disease. Melinda was the founding director of NCA in 1993, so it’s only fitting that she returns to us in this role. We are incredibly grateful to have her as part of our team.
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This article offers an overview of digestive enzymes that are used to benefit people with gluten-related conditions such as celiac disease, gluten intolerance, and gluten sensitivity. This article is written for educational purposes only and is not intended to replace medical advice. There are affiliate links in this article. Please see my disclosures and disclaimers for more details.
If you’ve spent enough time in the gluten-free world, you’ve probably heard of digestive enzymes for gluten (also known as glutenases), which are sold as dietary supplements and claim to help people absorb gluten more efficiently and rapidly.
If you’re one of the 3 million people in the United States who have celiac disease or one of the 18 million people who have gluten sensitivity, you’re probably interested in the promise of these “magical” supplements.
Wouldn’t it be wonderful to have access to a magical pill that helps you to eat gluten-free bread once more? What if you didn’t have to think about getting glutened every time you went out to eat? What a relief it would be to not be the one whose meal necessitates “extra” attention?
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It’s not always easy to keep your diet gluten-free, whether you have coeliac disease or are gluten-sensitive. While gluten-containing items can be eliminated or cooking methods used to distinguish gluten-containing foods from gluten-free foods can be reasonably well regulated in the home, many restaurants and friends’ and family’s homes are not as experienced in ensuring there is no contamination.
Traveling can be a source of additional tension. Anything from airline flights to on-the-go snacks, hotel meals, and buffets raises the possibility of unintentional exposure. Your wellbeing (and enjoyment) can be jeopardized in these circumstances. Birthday parties, going out with friends, school trips, sleepovers, and other activities for children and teens put them at risk. The fear of being glutened and suffering as a result may cause you to avoid some social situations involving food.
A gluten reaction’s sensitivity varies from person to person. Even if you don’t seem to be affected after inadvertently ingesting gluten, evidence suggests that even small quantities of gluten can cause severe immune reactions. So, if you suspect you’ve been glutened, what do you do?
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RAW Gluten-Free Support is a proprietary combination of enzymes and probiotics intended to aid in the digestion of gluten-containing grains and other foods. It’s great for someone who has trouble digesting gluten, as well as anyone who adopt a gluten-free diet but want to make sure they can ingest any secret gluten while dining out or eating store-bought or prepared foods.
RAW Gluten-Free Support provides a strong digestive support complex, which includes a wide variety of highly active digestive enzymes, such as DPP-IV and other high-activity proteases that target gluten and casein, to assist digestion. Shelf-stable Saccharomyces boulardii and Bacillus coagulans are also included, which are beneficial probiotic organisms that aid with digestion and gut-related immune system function. RAW Gluten-Free Help often provides substantial quantities of RAW vitamins D3, folate, B-12, calcium, and iron, all of which are sourced solely from raw whole foods, to provide vital nutrients that are usually lacking in gluten-free diets and to support healthy red blood cells. † Why do you eat RAW to help your digestion? Only the Garden of Life is open. RAW Gluten-Free Support nourishes your body with potent RAW plant-based enzymes and probiotics, as well as RAW Food-Created NutrientsTM tailored to your particular requirements. † RAW refers to food that has not been cooked, treated, or tainted, and contains no binders, fillers, chemical isolates, or synthetic nutrients. Whole foods provide living nutrients, as well as live probiotics and enzymes, as nature intended.