Undigested Protein Ferments in Your Gut

(here's why)

Protein is made from Amino Acids, and one of those is Proline.

The fixed structure imposed by proline makes it impossible for your body's protease enzymes to digest proline-rich proteins.

If your body cannot digest a protein, that protein becomes a threat to your body and your immune system will try to destroy it.

For a percentage of the population with the HLA-DQ2 and/or DQ8 gene switched on, this means you will experience some symptoms like, bloating, cramps, diarrhoea, constipation, gas and allergies / food intolerances.  

But There's More... It's Not Just Your Tummy

Hippocrates, the Father of medicine said, that "all disease begins in the gut".

Undigested proteins and the subsequent immune response cause more than just tummy problems.

  • Autoimmune disorders
  • Tiredness and chronic fatigue
  • Fuzzy head
  • Allergies