Your needs for vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients are significantly higher if you have celiac disease or gluten intolerance—even if you follow a gluten-free diet.
While some celebrities claim that the gluten-free diet is a healthier alternative to a regular diet, the truth is that the gluten-free diet may be lacking in key vitamins and minerals. B-complex vitamins, fat-soluble vitamins and calcium are some of the nutrients that the average person gets from the cereals, whole grains, and other fortified foods that individuals following a strict gluten-free diet may be lacking.
Some individuals that follow a gluten-free diet also have intestinal discomfort. One way to support digestive health is to supplement your diet with digestive enzymes, probiotics, and other nutrients.

Digestive Enzyme Support

Digestive enzymes are the proteins that allow us to break down the food we eat. Proteases break down proteins, amylases break down carbohydrates and lipases break down fats. Our bodies naturally create these essential proteins, and raw fruits and vegetables are packed with great enzymes as well.
In addition, enzyme supplementation may help support the digestive tract and promote bowel regularity.

Multivitamin / Multimineral Complex

The most common deficiencies seen in people following a gluten-free diet include vitamins A, D, E and K, B-complex vitamins and folic acid.
Additionally, the gluten-free diet often lacks adequate amounts of these key nutrients. Since so many people get their recommended daily intake of these vitamins from fortified breads, cereals and whole grains, people on a gluten-free diet should consider a comprehensive multivitamin to provide additional nutrition support.

Probiotic and Intestinal Complex

When it comes to improving the health of your digestion system, you may need to go beyond the gluten-free diet with probiotics, zinc, l-glutamine, and citrus bioflavonoids. These compounds help support overall digestive health and regularity.

Bone-Building Formula

Calcium helps to build strong bones, and magnesium and vitamin D help increase calcium absorption. The combination of these three nutrients helps to maintain overall bone health. Those that are following a strict gluten-free diet are likely not getting enough calcium or vitamin D in their diet, which makes it more important for those individuals to supplement their diet.

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