Here’s the Skinny on Gluten Sensitivity!

A John’s Hopkin’s University study found that gluten negatively impacts everyone, everyone! This is so whether they’re celiac, gluten-sensitive or have no known gluten sensitivities. And with gluten lurking in many “Gluten Free” labeled foods, even if you think you are avoiding gluten, chances are you are not. Read on to learn why gluten enzymes and other digestive aids may be useful.


What is Gluten?

Gluten is a combination of two storage proteins, glutenin and gliadin. They 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. Two factors could limit the body’s natural digestive enzyme production:

  1. Imbalances in gut bacteria (gut experts now estimate that represents approximately 80-90% of Americans)
  2. The normal aging process

If only we had our gluten enzymes on hand just when we need them!

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How Prevalent is Gluten – Even in Gluten-Free Labeled Products?

New testing suggests that cross-contamination of “gluten-free” foods may be far more extensive than previously suspected. Of 5,624 “gluten-free” foods tested, 32% were found to contain measurable amounts of gluten. But even beyond the risk of cross-contamination, it appears a gluten-free diet alone may not be enough to repair intestinal damage. In one study from 2010 of 241 subjects with celiac disease, small intestinal recovery was found in only 35%. This was after 2 years of a strict gluten-free diet, and just 66% after 5 years.


More People are Harmed by Gluten Sensitivity than You Realize

Unfortunately, recent testing underlined that far more people than we ever suspected in the past may be getting damage to their intestinal lining every time they eat gluten. In a 2015 published clinical study, it was 100%.

Even more concerningly, the entire control group in that study incorrectly self-reported they did not have a problem with gluten, even when their test results proved otherwise. Likely this is because most still mistakenly assume that gluten sensitivity only shows up as digestive issues. In fact, of the 14 most common gluten intolerance symptoms, only 3 are digestive.

Getting intestinal damage from gluten has been linked to anxiety and depression, fatigue and brain fog, anemia, joint and muscle pain, skin conditions, etc. – all conditions both commonly reported and very debilitating.


Gluten Enzymes that Work

Just Thrive Gluten Away is a powerful digestive formula designed to support the complete digestion of gluten and other inflammatory wheat-derived peptides. It does this quickly – within 60 to 90 minutes. Gluten Away contains a fast-acting blend of:

  • DPP-IV blend and Tolerase G®, for a total of four superior gluten enzymes that assist in the breakdown of both glutenin and gliadin proteins.
  • Bacillus coagulans (SC-208) and Bacillus subtilis HU58TM, spore-based probiotics designed by nature to survive and colonize the gut while supporting a healthy intestinal lining.
  • Saccharomyces boulardii is a beneficial yeast that produces lactate and B vitamins.
  • Betaine HCl to help maintain proper stomach acidity, protein breakdown, and ease of digestion.


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