About Glutagest®

What is Glutagest®?

Glutagest is a specially formulated probiotic capsule that helps support your digestion of foods that contain gluten. Taking Glutagest before consuming gluten containing foods helps to minimize the symptoms associated with gluten sensitivity.

Glutagest is the only gluten supplement that contains the patented Bifidobacterium longum ES1 probiotic strain. Other gluten supplements are simply enzymes and not probiotics.

Glutagest is a probiotic capsule that may help in the digestion of gluten containing foods.

†Refer to Glutagest® package label.


How does Glutagest® work?

Glutagest quick dissolve probiotic capsules target and break down the gluten from food by actively splitting the gluten protein into smaller good proteins that are easily absorbed by your body.

Taking Glutagest before and after consuming foods that contain gluten may help to support the digestion of gluten containing foods. †

†Refer to Glutagest® package label.


About Bifidobacterium longum ES1

Glutagest is the only specially formulated gluten supplement that contains the patented Bifidobacterium longum ES1 probiotic or “friendly bacteria” strain.1 Glutagest’s probiotic strain targets and breaks down undigested gluten peptides.1

Bifidobacterium longum is one of the most important strains of friendly bacteria to help maintain a normal digestive tract, inhibit the growth of harmful bacteria, boost the immune system and maintain a healthy balance of intestinal flora.1

†Refer to Glutagest® package label.


Why do I need Glutagest®?

The best treatment for gluten sensitivity is a gluten free diet.
But following a strict diet isn’t always easy to do. It’s often difficult to maintain a gluten free diet especially when you are travelling or eating out with friends or family. Gluten is very common and found in almost all the foods that we eat.12 It can also be challenging to know if gluten is in the food or if some part of your meal has been accidentally cross-contaminated with other gluten-containing foods.4,6 Consuming even small amounts of gluten can result in common symptoms such as: bloating, abdominal pain and diarrhea.3,4

Taking Glutagest before and after consuming foods that contain gluten may help to support the digestion of gluten containing foods.11†

†Refer to Glutagest® package label.


How do I take Glutagest®?

Glutagest capsules go to work quickly and are easy to take.
Take 1 to 2 Glutagest capsules just 5 minutes before consuming a gluten-containing meal and then 1 to 2 capsules following the meal.

Each Glutagest capsule contains 1 billion CFUs of patented probiotic Bifidobacterium longum ES1 that targets and breaks down undigested gluten peptides. Glutagest is not intended to replace a gluten free diet. However, taking Glutagest before consuming a gluten containing meal can help support the digestion of gluten containing foods.

†Refer to Glutagest® package label.


How do I get Glutagest®?

Glutagest is available without a prescription and is available for purchase online.

Always be sure to consult your physician if you are unsure about your symptoms or check to make sure Glutagest is right for you.

Supports digestion for gluten containing foods
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Sources

1. Bifidobacterium longum, published by Kenyon College Department of Biology, 2007. (In: The Twelve Strains of Probiotic 12. The Nature’s Inner Health Blog. June 27, 2011.)

3. Gluten Sensitivity. Celiac Disease Foundation, 2015. http://celiac.org/celiac-disease/non-celiac-gluten-sensitivity/ Accessed March 31, 2015.

4. Gluten-free diet. Nutrition and Healthy Living. Mayo Clinic, 2015. http://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-living/nutrition-and-healthy-eating/in-depth/gluten-free-diet/art-20048530?pg=2&p=1 Accessed March 29, 2015.

6. Sources of Gluten. Celiac Disease Foundation, 2015. http://celiac.org/live-gluten-free/glutenfreediet/sources-of-gluten/ Accessed March 31, 2015.

11. Glutagest® product label 2013

12. Gluten Sensitivity. Gluten Intolerance Group https://www.gluten.org/resources/gluten-sensitivities/ Accessed May 26, 2015