Gluten Shield®

Digestive Enzyme Support for Gluten Cross Contamination

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Gluten Shield®

Digestive Enzyme Support for Gluten Cross Contamination

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Specially formulated to support those seeking a gluten-free lifestyle

Avoidance of wheat products may not be enough to maintain a gluten-free diet. For example, did you know that gluten is used as a food additive and may be present as a stabilizing agent in salad dressings, ice cream, and even ketchup? Gluten Shield is an enzyme blend with probiotics designed to help maintain optimum digestion of all foods with a special focus on encouraging more complete digestion of complex carbohydrates in grains seeds, legumes, vegetables, and other plant materials. This formula also includes herbs to help reduce the symptoms of occasional food intolerances. For those who are considering a gluten-free diet, Gluten Shield includes both the enzymes that break down the polysaccharides which encase gluten as well as the DPP-IV protease activity necessary to digest gluten proteins. This digestive enzyme supplement is designed to help reduce the symptoms of occasional bloating, diarrhea, gas, and abdominal cramps associated with diets high in complex carbohydrates. Gluten Shield® does not promote the intentional consumption of gluten.

Ingredients

  • Enzyme Blend and DPPIV – Supports healthy protein digestion after years of gluten induced GI damage; shown to break down the proline and glutamine bonds in gluten proteins
  • Carbohydrate busting Enzymes – Support the digestion of the starchy components of grains
  • Fennel – Aids in digestion and supports relaxation of the smooth muscle lining the GI tract
  • Ginger – Traditionally used for nausea and upset stomach, also believed to promote digestion by increasing the flow of saliva, gastric juices, and bile.
  • Peppermint – Used to support digestion and to provide relief from GI discomfort.
  • Artichoke leaves – Supports liver and gallbladder function, but also works as a prebiotic to support the growth of health gut bacteria.
  • Bifidobacterium infantis – Aid in the breakdown of difficult to digest carbohydrate elements found in grains; support overall digestion; can reduce intestinal symptoms in celiac patients

Does Not Contain: Gluten, Wheat, Dairy, Corn, Zein, Yeast, MSG, Fillers, Artificial colors or Preservatives, no Hidden Ingredients, No GMO’s. This is an all active formula, 100% vegetable sources. Safe for vegetarians.

Supplement Facts
Serving Size 1 Capsule
Servings Per Container 90

Amount Per Serving
%Daily Value

Enzyme Blend
373 mg
Protease Blend (endo/exo proteases)
(47,104 HUT / 500 DPP-IV)
205 mg
Phytase
90 FTU
Amylase
3,495 DU
Alpha-galactosidase
525 GalU
Glucoamylase
12 AGU
Pectinase
30 endo-PGU
Lipase
340 FIP
Lactase
140 ALU
Protease 3.0
2 SAPU
Cellulase
60 CU
Hemicellulase
60 HCU
Invertase
14 SU
Diastase
42 DPº
Herbal Blend
Fennel (seed), Ginger (rhizome), Flax seed,
Peppermint (leaf), Artichoke (leaves) extract
63 mg
Bifidobacterium infantis
(250 Million cfu) 6 mg

Other Ingredients: Hypromellose, Water

How to use

Daily Use:

Take One (1) capsule at the beginning of each meal or snack, with at least 8oz of liquid

Optimal Use:

Take Two (2) capsule at the beginning of each meal or snack, with at least 8oz of liquid

High Stress Use:

Take Three (3) capsule at the beginning of each meal or snack, with at least 8oz of liquid

How to Use:

Capsules should be taken with every meal or with a snack, and at least 8oz of water. Contents may be removed from the capsule and taken by spoon immediately after mixing with a small amount of tepid water.

Questions:

Is this safe for children?

Children should take Gluten Shield for Kids

Is this safe for a pregnant or nursing mother?

Yes, but pregnant or nursing mothers should always consult with their health professional before supplementing.

Should this be taken at a specific time of the day?

With each meal: morning, afternoon, evening

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  1. Cyndi Koch

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    Cyndi Koch

    I’ve only had Gluten Shield for a short time. I have used it 3 times while eating out. One of those three times I did experience heartburn bad enough that I had to take an antacid. I was diagnosed with Celiac Disease about 9 months ago, and I am still struggling with bloating and heartburn from foods that I’m eating. I am looking into eliminating nightshades and possibly doing low Fodmap foods. The list of foods I can safely eat is growing shorter and shorter. I do enjoy eating out and was hoping the Gluten Shield would make a big difference. So far it has not, but I want to give it a fair try. I’m going on vacation in June and will be eating out a lot so it will be going with me for sure.

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  2. jhaines (verified purchase)

    I was diagnosed with a gluten sensitivity and decided to try Gluten Shield. I haven’t noticed any difference so I don’t know if it’s working or not.

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