Live Healthy & Gluten Free
People with gluten intolerance or celiac disease have an increased need for nutritional supplementation. This is a result of dietary elimination of foods containing gluten and malabsorption of vitamins due to damage in the lower intestine caused by the disease. Wellesse absorbs quickly and easily to meet daily nutrition needs.
Common deficiencies for those with gluten intolerance and or celiac disease include:
One of the most serious side effects of celiac disease is nutrient malabsorption. Intestinal villi (the finger-like cells responsible for absorbing nutrients in your small intestine) become damaged by your immune system’s response to gluten ingestion, which compromises nutrient absorption. Nutrient absorption may never return to normal even after being on a gluten-free diet. Taking Wellesse liquid supplements daily that absorb quickly and easily is a great way to get essential nutrients.
Wellesse supplements are Certified Gluten-Free by Gluten Free Certification Organization or GFCO
We formulate and manufacture our liquids to the highest quality standards, with the purest, most soluble and absorbable ingredients. Everyone needing to find gluten-free supplementation will appreciate the ease of taking Wellesse liquids, which cover all major areas of nutrient deficiency.
Wellesse supplements are formulated with the most bioavailable forms of ingredients to maximize absorption, all in an easy dose of 1 oz. or less per day. Our naturally flavored, certified gluten free supplements become a fun, great tasting way to fulfill the important nutritional requirements of gluten intolerant and celiac disease sufferers striving for better health.
More Articles & Resources:
Celiac Disease & Gluten Free Diet May Lead to Nutrient Deficiencies by Marie Spano, RD, MS, Wellesse Expert
Digestive and Nutritional Considerations in Celiac Disease:
Could Supplementation Help? By Tom Malterre, MS, CN http://www.altmedrev.com/publications/14/3/247.pdf
Overview of Malabsorption:
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