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THIS MAKES GLUTEN INTOLERANCE WORSE! Think about it! Gluten intolerance has nothing to do with not being able to digest gluten. It is the fact that you ARE able to digest grains that makes you sick. If you didn't digest them they would not cause inflammation, mental issues, muscle pain, IBS and all the other symptoms because they would go right through you like a simple undigestible fiber.
>>>Making your body digest gluten better with this will make you that much sicker. That explains all the bad reviews and my bad experience. >>>I can assure you that none of the people who believe they had a good experience are truly gluten free, maybe they just cut back on wheat a little but but not entirely. And certainly none of them are 100% gluten free (Paleo) which removes ALL types of gluten since all grains have their own kind of gluten in different levels (wheat being the highest) which all affect the body the same.
I have colitis (caused by a gluten sensitivity) and bought these hoping that they would allow me to eat gluten again. After reading reviews, I decided that I would try taking 4 pills with gluten, and then step the dosage up or down from there, depending on my reaction.
The first thing I tried them with was a flat bread sub from Subway. I took 4 pills with the sandwich; it did not end well. Almost instantly my symptoms started to appear and I decided to avoid gluten for the rest of the week.
The second thing I tried the pills with was pizza. I ordered a thin crust pizza from Domino's (this was before they offered gluten-free crust) and took 4 pills. To my surprise, I was able to eat an entire medium sized pizza without any gluten side effects!
So then I decided to step it up and try the regular hand-tossed pizza crust. This time I took 6 pills and was able to eat the whole medium-sized pizza without my gluten side effects. Or at least that's what I thought. Taking the pills prevented my immediate side effects from showing up (headache, dizziness, feeling tired), but after an hour my stomach started to make really loud sounds, which kind of worried me, but I had no pain at that point. 30 minutes later, the pain kicked in, and it was real bad.
Since I began taking this product, I have used it a bunch in different circumstances. It has definitely helped me when I've been eating out or on trips where it is difficult to find gluten-free foods. It seems to be different for every person, depending on their gluten sensitivity levels, so you will just have to figure out what works for you. In my case, I have learned to stick to eating gluten-free as much as possible, but when it's not possible, I will take some of these pills and eat the available items that contain the least amount of gluten. When I first started with this product, I was hoping it would allow me to enjoy my favorite gluten foods again. But alas, after testing it out, it seems that the pills only help me when ingesting smaller amounts of gluten.
As long as I keep on a reasonably gluten-restricted diet, I believe this supplement may give a little added protection against the occasional nibble of the "forbidden food." Not sure it will let me go back to a full-on gluten-be-damned diet, but anything that makes life a little more "normal" is welcomed.