Can enzymes help with special diets?
Answer: It may be possible to add back, or support the digestion of, some problem foods with enzymes.
Some have wondered whether enzyme products such as AFP-Peptizyde or TriEnza are meant to replace the GFCF (Gluten-Free Casein-Free) diet. After much feedback from consumers on the use of these products, the answer now is "definitely" for some, and "quite possibly" for many others. Enzymes may support other diets too. Lypazyme may support fats in the keto diet. No-Fenol may support polyphenols in the Feingold diet.
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