How Does GluteGuard Work?
GluteGuard is uniquely formulated for gluten digestion
When taken immediately before a meal, GluteGuard tablets pass through the stomach to the small intestine. This process is enabled by GluteGuard’s smooth enteric coating, which gives GluteGuard the ability to withstand the acidic environment of the stomach. Once in the small intestine, the enteric coating dissolves, the enzymes are released and exposed to gluten molecules, actively breaking down gluten at specific points into smaller peptides.
By targeting toxic fragments in this way, GluteGuard helps to prevent unpleasant symptoms that result from gluten sensitivity. In conjunction with a gluten free diet, GluteGuard breaks down peptides before they can inflict damage in the small intestine lining or trigger immune responses.
With its unique formula and smooth enteric coating, GluteGuard is intended to:
- Assist the digestion and targeted breakdown of dietary gluten in the small intestine.
- Prevent common yet unpleasant symptoms of inadvertent gluten ingestion.
- Serve as a helpful adjunct to a gluten-free diet.
As a listed complementary medicine (AUST L 277307), GluteGuard is designed to prevent the symptoms of inadvertent gluten ingestion (e.g. where cross-contamination may occur, if ingredient labelling is uncertain or when food preparation is out of your control).
GluteGuard is recommended for anyone seeking to prevent the symptoms of gluten ingestion, anyone wanting to maintain a gluten-free diet, or anyone looking to offset the possibility of gluten cross-contamination.
NOTE: GluteGuard is not intended to be used as a substitute for a gluten-free diet.