Living gluten free is not always easy when traveling or in general when we don’t prepare the food ourselves.
This is where Wheat Rescue can help you. It helps to break down gluten with a unique blend of powerful digestive enzymes.
Gluten is a combination of two storage proteins, glutenin and gliadin, that are found in the middle layer, or endosperm, of various cereal grains. Normally, the pancreas secretes digestive enzymes, like proteases and peptidases, to help break down proteins like gluten. However, imbalances in gut bacteria and the normal aging process can limit the body’s natural ability to produce these necessary digestive enzymes.
What is WheatRescue™ ?
WheatRescue™ is a unique blend of powerful digestive enzymes and probiotics designed to support optimal gluten digestion and protect against hidden sources of gluten. DPP-IV and Tolerase G® are specific enzymes that assist in the breakdown of glutenin and gliadin proteins, which can help alleviate symptoms associated with dietary gluten intolerance and sensitivity. WheatRescue™ combines resilient probiotic spores with superior digestive enzymes to support the complete digestion of gluten and other inflammatory wheat-derived peptides within 60 to 90 minutes.
WheatRescue™ offers complete digestive support, superior protection, and peace of mind concerning gluten. When it comes to facing the dangers of gluten, WheatRescue™ is here to save the day.
The Ingredients in Wheat Rescue:
Probiotic Blend of:
Bacillus subtilis, HU58: which is one of the ingredients in MegaSpore helps support immunity, inflammation and butyrate production which is a short-chain fatty acid.
Bacillus coagulans SC-208: helps support the immune system
Saccharomyces boulardii which is a yeast that survives the harsh environment of the stomach and functions by supporting normal yeast balance. It is often times used to fight Candida overgrowth.
Fungal Protease: breaks down peptide bonds in proteins
Acid Stable Protease: has the same function while having better chances to survive the harsh environment in the stomach. Therefore it can work better and faster to degrade gluten.
Peptidase: is an enzyme that breaks up proteins. The gluten protein is comprised of glutenin and gliadin. When exposed to the immune system in the gut it can cause a responds. Peptidase helps breaking down glutenin and gliadin faster.
Tolerase helps digest gluten in the stomach
Lipase helps break down dietary fat. It is a pancreatic enzyme.
Betaine HCL is hydrochloric acid, which is part of the stomach acid. It helps break up proteins.
Ages 8+: Take 1 capsule with a meal
Children under 8 years of age please consult with your healthcare practitioner.
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