GluteGuard is a clinically supported enzyme supplement that helps to minimise the occurrence of symptoms caused by accidental gluten ingestion in those with coeliac disease and medically diagnosed gluten sensitivities

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How does GluteGuard work?

  • Taken in tablet form just before any meal that may contain gluten contaminants, GluteGuard helps to reduce the occurrence of symptoms triggered by accidental gluten ingestion.
  • The natural enzyme Caricain is able to hydrolyse key peptide bonds within the gluten protein, these fragments cannot be naturally digested by the human body.
  • GluteGuard’s efficacy and safety have been demonstrated in double-blind, randomised, placebo-controlled clinical trials.

Who is GluteGuard for?

  • GluteGuard is intended for use by adults (18 years and over) with medically diagnosed gluten sensitivities, including coeliac disease, dermatitis herpetiformis and non-coeliac gluten sensitivities.
  • It is recommended for anyone on a gluten-free diet who wants to guard against the risks of gluten cross-contamination when dining out, travelling, visiting friends, socialising, or attending work events.

Patients should be instructed to maintain a strict gluten-free diet while using GluteGuard to help prevent the incidence of symptoms caused by inadvertent gluten consumption

The Evidence

Clinical trials support GluteGuard’s ability to reduce the occurrence of symptoms from inadvertent gluten ingestion


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Unique targeted action

The natural enzyme, caricain, targets and digests gluten-derived peptides before these can cause the symptoms of accidental gluten ingestion


Supported by clinical studies

GluteGuard’s action was evaluated in clinical trials involving coeliac and dermatitis herpetiformis patients.


Naturally sourced from papaya fruit

GluteGuard’s active ingredient, the source of caricain enzymes, is extracted from the skin of unripe papaya fruit



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