Gluten/Dairy Digest contains a unique mix of enzymes to support normal gluten, casein, beta-lactoglobulin and lactose digestion Gluten/Dairy Digest contains a blend of digestive enzymes targeting gluten and dairy digestion. It provides a blend of proteases specially formulated with dipeptidyl peptidase IV (DPP-IV) activity to help break down gluten peptide fragments in normal digestive systems. Studies suggest that it may also promote a healthy cytokine balance to support GI comfort and function. Additionally, this formula provides a unique mixture of protease enzymes and lactase to assist digestion of multiple constituents of milk and dairy products. Protease enzymes targeting casein and beta-lactoglobulin proteins support dairy protein digestion. Casein is the predominant protein in milk and cheese. Beta-lactoglobulin occurs primarily in the whey fraction of milk. It is an acid-stable protein and therefore may not be broken down by pepsin and pancreatin. Lactase breaks down the milk sugar lactose, helping to relieve occasional bloating or gas that some people can experience from dairy consumption. Enzymes are derived from microbial fermentation. Hypo-allergenic plant fiber is derived from pine cellulose. SUGGESTED USAGE Pure Encapsulations recommends 1-2 capsules as needed, with a meal. INGREDIENTS Each vegetable capsule contains: BioCore™ DPP-IV100 mg. protease (endo/exopeptidase)30,000 HUT protease (exopeptidase)500 DPP-IV protease (endo/exopeptidase)8.5 AP BioCore™ Dairy105 mg. protease (endo/exopeptidase)630 BLGU lactase1,000 ALU other ingredients: hypoallergenic plant fiber (cellulose), vegetarian capsule (cellulose, water) WARNINGS If pregnant or lactating, consult your physician before taking this product. If you are on a controlled diet and/or under the care of a health care professional for dairy and or gluten digestion, continue to follow those recommendations. This product is not intended to substitute for the recommendations of a health professional. At this time, there are no known side effects or precautions. Consult your physician for more information.