GluteGuard’s patented enzyme, caricain, helps reduce the occurrence of symptoms of medically diagnosed gluten sensitivity caused by inadvertent gluten ingestion.
When you take GluteGuard immediately before a meal, the tablet’s enteric coating enables it to pass through the acidic environment of the stomach and into the small intestine. The coating dissolves in the small intestine, releasing the natural caricain enzymes allowing them to have effect during the digestive process.
As a listed complementary medicine (AUST L 277307), GluteGuard is designed to help reduce the occurrence of symptoms of medically diagnosed gluten sensitivity caused by inadvertent gluten ingestion. This is particularly important when ingredient labelling is unclear or when food preparation is out of your control. Even tiny amounts of gluten can cause severe symptoms in gluten-sensitive individuals, and cross-contamination is surprisingly common.
GluteGuard is recommended for anyone with medically diagnosed gluten sensitivity and who follows a gluten-free diet.
GluteGuard should be used in conjunction with a gluten-free diet. It cannot and should not replace a gluten-free diet.