Address nutrient malabsorption in celiac disease with LivOn Labs
May is Celiac Awareness Month, and if you’re newly diagnosed with celiac disease, you might need to address nutrient malabsorption with a supplement that bypasses the traditional route, like LivOn Labs Lypho-Spheric supplements.
Many people with celiac disease, especially those who have gone undiagnosed for a long time, have nutrient deficiencies, especially in B vitamins. Add to that the fact that many people who are still healing their intestinal lining from the effects of gluten have less than optimal absorption of nutrients, making capsules sometimes more difficult to absorb. This is why liposomal supplements from LivOn Labs, especially their B-Complex Plus, are a good choice for many people with celiac disease.
These supplements bypass the typical digestive system route that other supplements take and instead you squeeze the packet into a small amount of liquid (water or juice) and drink it like a shot and then the supplement gets absorbed into your bloodstream. There’s some technical stuff you can read about on their website that explains the process better than I can, but I can say that many people at Gluten Free & More have been regularly taking their supplements and I think they are high quality and effective.
The reason nutrient absorption is hindered in those with celiac disease is because the villi, or the fingerlike projections the small intestine, that “catch” nutrients are flattened in celiac disease, and the healing of the villi takes time. This means that even if you’ve been gluten-free for several months or even a year or two, you may still notice that you’re not feeling your best. It’s important to talk to your doctor about nutrient deficiencies and get your levels checked periodically with bloodwork. If you end up needing to supplement, LivOn Labs has you covered!
If you’d like to learn more about ways to maximize nutrient absorption, check out this article on LivOn Labs blog: Vitamin Absorption – How to Maximize It. And if you want to learn more about some of the recommended supplements for people who are gluten-free, check out this article from their blog: Minerals & Vitamins for Gluten-Free Living.
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As always, consult a medical professional before beginning any new protocol.