Probiotics is a healthy supplement that provides your body with good bacteria that is beneficial to your health, and especially the digestive system. However, recent studies have indicated that probiotics may have trace amounts of gluten even with labels that say it has no gluten. This can be quite a troublesome situation for people who take these supplements but are sensitive to gluten in their body. Boraie Development LLC noted that this is especially problematic for people who are under the symptoms of the celiac disease.
Celiac disease can cause a number of problems in the your body’s systems such as pain in your joints, diarrhea, and nausea just to name a few. So people should be aware of the risks they take if they are regularly taking probiotics but may be susceptible to increased amounts of gluten. This can cause a a bit of a distrust in what companies can put into their labels when it comes to ingredients. Research still goes on but it seems that to have the gluten-free label; it needs to have a certain amount below what it’s stated to be considered to have the label gluten-free. More troublesome is that it’s been discovered that four brands have been found to have over that amount.
Be aware of the probiotics and do some research before your body starts paying the price of negligence after having already consumed gluten.