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      Supports 99% pulverization of gluten proteins*

    E3 Advanced Plus can help avoid the discomfort associated with the accidental consumption of gluten protein*. E3 Advanced Plus breaks down the gluten protein in the digestive system into di, tri, and free-form peptides before it reaches the small intestine. When these pulverized proteins reach the small intestine in this immunologically unrecognizable state, it does not activate an immune system response.*

    Hidden Sources of Gluten

    Gluten is often added to foods as a thickener, binder, flavor enhancer, and protein supplement. In addition to obvious sources such as bread, crackers, other baked goods, and pasta, gluten can also be found in food colorings, candy, pudding, marshmallows, flavored teas or coffee, grain alcohol (such as beer, ale, rye, scotch, and vodka), gravy, imitation meats, processed meats, salad dressing, seasoning packets, soups, soy sauce, and dietary supplements. When gluten-reactive patients have accidentally ingested gluten, breaking down the proteins quickly can help alleviate discomfort. E3 Advanced Plus™ is a unique multi-enzyme, probiotic, prebiotic blend and gluten pulverizing formula designed to effectively address inadvertent gluten ingestion.* E3 Advanced Plus™ goes beyond formulas featuring the DPP-IV enzyme, offering quick and more complete degradation of gluten proteins.*

    Top 8 Antigens and Bt Toxins

    E3 Advanced Plus has additional benefits. It is shown to produce 99% digestion of all 8 major antigens (wheat, dairy, soy, egg, nuts, fish, hemp and pea) within 90 minutes.  Recent studies also demonstrate that E3 Advanced Plus breaks down up to 60% of Bt Toxins. Taken before a meal, probiotic in E3 Advanced Plus™, in the dosages used in our product, has been shown in a USA University study to ‘normalize cholesterol, triglycerides, and glucose where you see a reduction compared to placebo’.

    Key Benefits

    • Supports 99% pulverization of gluten proteins*
    • Supports normal digestive function*

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    *These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.


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