Which supplement is right for you?
CeliAct offers two nutritional supplements specially-formulated to address the issues most likely to affect people with Celiac disease or gluten-intolerance – poor gut health, lack of energy, and vitamin and mineral deficiencies. With just two, easy-to-swallow capsules per day, Gluten-Free Diet Support with Probiotics is the perfect option for people who are looking for a convenient way to feel better, get more energy and add nutritional support to their healthful, strict gluten-free lifestyle.
For those looking for a robust multivitamin, CeliAct Multi Support provides 22 key nutrients and is jam-packed with enzyme, probiotic, intestinal healing, and bone-building formulas.
Gluten-Free Diet Support with Probiotics
Powerful Probiotic for Digestive Relief
GFDS contains 2 billion live cultures of the Unique IS-2 probiotic strain offering:
- Extremely high stability to deliver higher counts to the digestive tract
- Role in supporting the immune system is well documented and has the capability of synthesizing vitamins B3, B5, B6, B12.
- Positive effects for IBS. Also functions well as antimicrobial and improves lactose digestion.
Energy Boosting Complex
GFDS helps boost your energy with a potent, research-backed B-vitamin complex containing:
• B1 (Thiamine)
• B2 (Riboflavin)
• B3 (Niacin)
• B5 (Pantothenic Acid)
• B6 (Pyridoxine)
• B7 (Biotin)
• B9 (Folate)
• B12 (Cobalamin)
Critical Nutrient Restorer
GFDS helps restore critical nutrients with a blend of TRACCS™ Iron, Vitamin D, Folic Acid, Zinc and other essential vitamins and nutrients you’re most likely to be deficient in due to a gluten-free diet.
2 easy-to-take capsules
CeliAct Multi Support Plus Enzymes
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.
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.
3 caplets twice daily