Progressive Laboratories Glutezyme (90)

Progressive Laboratories

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Progressive Labs Gluetzyme Supplement (90 Capsules) 

The rising prevalence of gluten intolerance and sensitivities in America today is a growing concern. Gluten, a protein found in grains like wheat, rye, and barley, can also inadvertently contaminate other grains such as corn and quinoa during production. Furthermore, gluten is commonly used in food processing, leading to unintentional presence in gluten-free products.

It's important to distinguish between gluten intolerance and celiac disease. Celiac disease is a severe allergy to gluten, affecting about 1% of adults, whereas gluten intolerance or sensitivity is more common. Symptoms of gluten intolerance can range from digestive issues like abdominal pain, bloating, and cramping, to cognitive and mood disturbances, low energy, and skin problems.

To address this, Glutezyme® offers a specialized enzyme formula designed to aid in the digestion of foods containing gluten and casein (a protein found in milk). At its core is the trademarked BioCore® DPP IV, a unique protease enzyme blend that remains effective in the stomach's acidic environment, helping to break down gluten peptides.

Additionally, Glutezyme® includes a comprehensive enzyme blend for overall digestive support, ensuring a more inclusive approach to managing gluten and casein digestion.‡

 Glutezyme Ingredients
How to take: At least one capsule 1 at mealtime or as recommended by a healthcare provider. 

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Food and Drug Administration). Product information and statements made are not intended to diagnose, prevent, treat or cure any disease.


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