Could Gluten Guard be Helpful to Reduce Gluten Sensitivity?

by Diane
(Indialantic, FL)

Just wondering what are your thoughts on the product called Gluten Guard put out by Trimedica?

I don't expect it to allow one to eat gluten at will but it seems like it could have some practical uses. Maybe when you're having a restaurant meal and there could be some gluten present in the food? Or when my little girl goes to a friend's house after school?

Thanks so much!

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Ingredients look fine..
by: Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune Queen!

Hi Diane,

Yes, Gluten Guard could work to help reduce gluten sensitivity on occasion. Glutenzyme Gluten Specific Enzyme Produce is another product that is similar.

The only caveats are that these products do not work, for instance, if you eat a plate of spaghetti, they are intended only for 'hidden' gluten, for instance, when at a restaurant or a party where gluten may be unavoidable. It also seems to work better (and may be the only way that it will work), if it's taken regularly and not- for instance- simply taken alongside the restaurant meal or before you go to a party.

Kerri Knox RN Immune Health Queen

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I think that I'll try Gluten Guard
by: Diane

Thanks for answering my question, Kerri!

I'm inclined to give this a try and I'll let you know how it works out. I plan to stay gluten free anyway but the extra layer of protection appeals to me. I also noticed that Gluten Guard has a couple of ingredients not found in Wobenzyme.

Thanks again!


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