GlutenFlam - For Help with Inflammatory Responses of Gluten and Dairy
- Supports specific digestion of gluten and
- Supports intestinal lining inflammatory
cascade caused by gluten, dairy and other food allergies
This product is designed to support gluten
and casein digestion, specifically with the DPP IV enzyme. Additionally, this product may be used to quench the
inflammatory intestinal response that occurs in gluten exposure with specific flavonoids. This product is not to
be used in place of a gluten- or casein-free diet, but rather to be used to digest hidden sources of gluten or
to aid in digestion and during inflammation promoted by unexpected exposures.
1 Bottle - 60 capsules
Adults: Take 2 capsules with
meals. Also, take 1 capsule nightly on an empty stomach to digest hidden sources of gluten exposure. Take 2 capsules
several times a day if exposed to gluten to aid with digestion and inflammatory responses.
Children: Take 1 capsule with meals.
Flavoguard Proprietary Blend:
Quercetin, Aloe vera extract, Leutolin, Apegenin, Lycopene
Enzyme Proprietary Blend: DPP IV peptidase blend (protease I, II, III, IV, V derived from A. Oryzae/niger, A. bacillus
subtilis, A. Carica papaya, Amylase I from A. oryzae, Amylase II from B. subtilis, Glucoamylase from A. niger,
Cellulase from Trichoderma reesei
Other ingredients: vegetarian capsule, silicon dioxide
OTHER PRODUCTS TO CONSIDER
Other formulas can be used in conjunction with GlutenFlam® to support inflammatory response and healing from
gluten exposure. Gastro-ULC can be used to support healing and repair of the intestinal mucosa lining. ClearVite
can be used to aid in gastrointestinal recovery, hepatic detoxification, and during systemic inflammation. Consider
NeuroFlam for nutritional support during Gluten-triggered neuroinflammation and brain fog.
DPP IV is involved in the degradation of
proteins such as gliadin (grain protein) and casein (dairy protein) and in modulation of the immune response. Research
has demonstrated that supplementation with DPP IV with trace quantities led to rapid destruction of the gluten
peptides and provided therapeutic effects for gluten-sensitive subjects.
Research evaluating DPP IV enzyme activity measured in intestinal mucosal biopsy specimens of celiac disease and
malabsorption subjects discovered that the enzyme was found to be less active. Additionally, the amount of DPP
IV enzyme activity in the intestine correlated with the grade of mucosal damage in celiac disease patients and
malabsorption syndrome patients. The role of DPP IV intestinal activity, gliadin peptide exposure, and immune activation
has also been demonstrated in autism neuroimmune dysregulation.1 2 3 4 5
1 Tiruppathi C, Miyamoto Y, Ganapathy V,
Leibach FH. Genetic evidence for role of DPP IV in intestinal hydrolysis and assimilation of prolyl peptides. Am
J Physiol. 1993;265:G81-9.
2 Kozakova H, Stepankova R, Kolinska J, et al. Brush border enzyme activities in the small intestine after long-term
gliadin feeding in animal models of human celiac disease. Folia Microbiol(Phraha). 1998;43(5):497-500.
3 Hausch F, Shan L, Nilda A, et al. Intestinal digestive resistance of immunodominant gliadin peptides. Am J Gastrointest
Liver Physiol. 2002;283:G9996-G1003.
4 Detel D, Persic M, Varljen J. Serum and intestinal dipeptidyl peptidase IV (DPP IV/CD26) activity in children
with celiac disease. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr. 2007;45(1):65-70.
5 Smith MW, Phillips D. Abnormal expression of dipeptidylpeptidase IV activity enterocyte brush-border membranes
of children suffering from celiac disease. Exp Phys. 1990;75:613-616.
6 Vojdani A, Bazaragan M, Vojdani E, et al. Heat shock protein and gliadin peptide promote development of peptidase
antibodies in children with autism and patients with autoimmune disease. Clin Diagn Lab Immunol. 2004;11(3):515-24.
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