Wheat Gluten Digestion Supplement Leaky Gut Prevention Probiotic/Enzyme Launched

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Gluten expert Dr. Tom O’Bryan has launched Wheat Rescue, a dietary health supplement that contains probiotics and enzymes to aid the digestion of gluten.

Dr. O’Bryan is a renowned expert on gluten and its effect on health and has launched Wheat Rescue, a proprietary formula containing DPP-IV and Tolerase G that break down glutenin and gliadin, the two main components of gluten.


More details can be found at https://thedr.com/wheat-rescue


The new supplement contains a combination of probiotics and digestive enzymes that break down gluten before it reaches the small intestine, preventing bloating, discomfort, and symptoms of a leaky gut.


Grains, such as rye, wheat, and barley, contain gluten. Eating gluten triggers an immune reaction in people with Celiac disease. These reactions include inflammation and damage to the intestinal tracts and other parts of the body, Harvard Health reports.


According to Dr. O’Bryan, people who are sensitive to gluten should avoid it to manage their symptoms and promote intestinal healing. However, a gluten-free diet may not be enough because some gluten-free foods could still be contaminated with actual gluten. For example, cross-contamination can happen in a toaster that’s used for gluten-free and gluten-rich products.


The digestive enzymes in the supplement are backed by probiotics, that have been included to support the immune system and intestinal health. The recommended dose for users aged 8 and above is one capsule per meal, thrice a day.


In addition to being an expert on gluten and its role in leaky gut syndrome and other digestive disorders, Dr. Tom O’Bryan is the founder of TheDr.com. He is also a teacher, having trained and certified thousands of practitioners worldwide on the impact of wheat sensitivity and the development of individual autoimmune diseases. He developed Wheat Rescue to support individuals on a gluten-free diet and not replace it.


A satisfied customer said: “I have a wheat and gluten intolerance and I always get ‘glutened’ around the holidays when my in-laws prep ‘gluten-free food,’ but don’t fully understand what cross-contamination means. I take a Wheat Rescue pill before each possibly contaminated meal and it helps take the edge off. Aside from when I changed to a gluten-free diet, this has given me the most relief from my food sensitivities.”


Additional information about Wheat Rescue is available at https://thedr.com/wheat-rescue


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