I know that this is not intended to be a miracle cure or anything, but after reading up on the trial data and history, I decided to try it. I was medically diagnosed with gluten sensitivity
a few years ago and have missed eating a lot of things. For my first trial, I took a tablet, then ate a meal which was not completely guaranteed to be gluten free. I had none of the side affects I have experienced before from accidentally ingesting even trace amounts of gluten! GluteGuard has certainly proved itself to me, and I will be taking it every time I go out to a restaurant or cafe and am 'assured' the food is 'gluten free'... even just as an insurance measure :)
Even though you make the right choices, too often something inappropriate slips past and you find out when the stomach gripes tell you. Glute guard has been a marvellous aid in preventing that. Worth our subscription.
Very big step in eating gluten again
Thank you so much for taking the time to share your experience with GluteGuard!
It's fantastic to hear from our community, especially about the reassurance GluteGuard offers. I just want to gently remind you that while GluteGuard is developed to provide additional support, maintaining a gluten free diet when using GluteGuard is always our recommendation. It’s all about giving you that extra peace of mind during unexpected moments of gluten exposure!
We truly value your feedback and appreciate you sharing it with us.
I was sceptical but decided to try buying some for a recent trip overseas. I was able to travel safe in the knowledge that I had Gluteguard as insurance against being glutened. At one point I was unsure what was being served to me so I took a tablet and ate, tentatively. I discovered afterwards that there was indeed gluten-containing ingredients in the meal, but I didn't have the nasty side-effects I normally would after ingesting it. Great safety net for such occasions, I highly recommend it!
Twice I tried this product and twice it made me violently ill. I am not allergic to any of the ingredients that it warns about. Where is the full ingredient list for this product? Not enough information is supplied with the product.
We're sorry to hear about your experience with GluteGuard. Our customers' wellbeing is our top priority, and we take reports like yours very seriously.
GluteGuard's active ingredient is Caricain, a natural enzyme from the papaya fruit, designed to break down gluten in food. There are also several inactive ingredients to ensure the tablet works effectively.
We also advise that GluteGuard is not recommended for individuals with allergies to papaya, sulphites, or natural rubber latex, or those taking blood-thinning medications. However, we understand that reactions can vary, so we’d like to learn more about your situation.
I’ll reach out to you directly to discuss your experience further and provide detailed information about GluteGuard’s ingredients.
I’m gluten sensitive, I’ve tried another product that was highly rated but it didn’t work well for me at all. Gluten Guard does the trick! It really works, no bloating, pain or bathroom issues. I have recommended it to others. It works for real!
This product worked really well for me!
I went on holidays with it, in other countries I can struggle with cross contamination. I took Glutegaurd before every meal I couldn't be certain wasn't contaminated. And I had minimal gluten related GI issues. I am so happy to have found this product. Anyone with a sensitivity should try it.
A recent biopsy showed that I was not celiac but was still highly intolerant of gluten. I tried some GluteGuard over the festive season and I did not seem to have any of the usual discomfort; mouth ulcers within 20 minutes, then bloating and diarrhoea etc. I even treated myself to a delicious homemade glutenous bread roll, hoping the caricain would break down the nasties before it got to my stomach lining. These tablets appear to work. I intend to introduce the odd wheaten cracker and maybe a sourdough roll in the near future. So far so good.
GluteGuard has definitely reduced symptoms and its reassuring to always have it on hand at a moments notice.
Congratulations for the CHP Award ,Outstanding and Innovative. Well done, Cass and Team!
It's great to know about glute guard and to have it readily available to include if eating out or at a friend's house dining out and concerned about gluten kntsjwy
When glutened by accident, the symptomatic period that normally follows (2-3 weeks) seems to shrink by half if I have taken GluteGuard. Some of the symptoms appear less strong.
Thank you for sharing your experience! We're glad GluteGuard has helped ease your symptoms during those unintended gluten encounters.
Remember, prevention is always the best strategy! Taking GluteGuard before meals is recommended, as it helps you reap its full benefits, allowing you to enjoy your food with peace of mind. :)
All the best,
There is some indication that GluteGuard is useful for me.
This stuff works great. I even had some cheese curds the other night with no bad effects. I'm not going to use it just to be able to eat gluten, but when I go out to eat incase of cross contamination I take it. And it is nice to have a treat once in a while.
I don’t have celiac disease, but I get terrible bloating and stomach aches when I eat gluten that last until the next day. This is the first pill that has actually helped me with small hidden amounts of gluten. I just went on a trip to Europe, and I couldn’t believe how well it worked. A true miracle, thank you so much!
I can go out to eat again without the stress and anxiety of cc
I have been living on a Gluten Free diet for over 15 years. One of my biggest challenges is when I travel overseas and go to eating establishments that do not have a handle on Gluten Free food and cross contamination.
I decided to give the tablets a go after kindly being given some to try. On my latest trip to Nepal in May 23 I took them and it was game changing. I normally have quite a lot of trouble adjusting to the food on arrival however I took a tablet each time before I ate out and it made a massive difference and I had did not have any digestive issues for the first time ever on a trip.
I highly recommend these to anyone who has the same trouble as me.
Gluteguard saved me recently when a cafe accidentally served me non GF bread. I’d eaten one bite of the bread before they told me. Thankfully I had the tablets in my handbag. I had no symptoms at all and I would normally react very badly. I now feel such a relief eating out knowing I have these with me.
My gluten symptoms are so bad that I am terrified every time I eat something I haven’t prepared. Even asking all the questions, isn’t a 100% guarantee. My symptoms are massively reduced when using Gluteguard. From being severely debilitated vomiting and bedridden, to merely feeling off.
I accidentally ate a gluten hot cross bun at Easter. Didn't realise for 3 hours, then took a Glute Guard, which I repeated a few hours later. I got none of my usual symptoms, only a very mild nausea for a few days.
Love being able to use it! Wish it was easier to get!
I have coeliac disease so in no way do I take gluteguard to enable me to eat gluten, that would be irresponsible so I don’t agree with the useage of gluteguard for that reason. However what gluteguard has done for me is life changing. I find eating out and having takeaway SO anxiety inducing because I have no control on how safely the food is being prepped and cooked so, as well as making it very clear that I have coeliac disease and explaining cross contamination risks to waiters/restaurant managers etc, I now also take a gluteguard just before my meal and it honestly takes away all of that additional anxiety for me and I feel like I can now enjoy meals out and takeaways that little bit more like a ‘normal’ person knowing I have that additional bit of armour if something did go awry in the kitchen. Let’s just say I hope I never actually have to find out how good it works but I will be taking gluteguard for the rest of my life :)