Should You Use Gluten Enzymes? - Dr. Michael Ruscio, DC

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Should You Use Gluten Enzymes?

The Science on Gluten Enzymes and What Might Work Better

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Gluten enzymes promise to better help digest gluten for both celiac and non-celiac gluten-sensitive populations. 

Fortunately, gluten enzymes have been studied for both celiac disease and NCGS. 

But what does the data actually say about their effectiveness? Join me to hear more about the research into gluten digestive enzymes, and what other options are available to help relieve gluten sensitivity. 

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00:00 Intro 

00:48 What are gluten enzymes?

01:21 Spotlight: Prolines

02:24 How common is celiac and gluten sensitivity? 

03:36 The research on gluten enzymes

06:35 The verdict 

07:28 Why enzymes work for some 

08:44 What CAN improve gluten sensitivity? 

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