Modelled supplements for NonCeliac Gluten Sensitivity

Conventional Beliefs

  1. Probiotics: Probiotics are beneficial bacteria that support gut health and may aid in overall digestion. While they may not directly address gluten sensitivity, some people with digestive issues, including those related to NCGS, find that probiotics help alleviate symptoms like bloating, gas, or discomfort.

  2. Digestive Enzymes: Some individuals with gluten sensitivity might try digestive enzyme supplements containing enzymes like DPP-IV, which might assist in breaking down gluten proteins. However, these enzymes are not considered a replacement for a gluten-free diet, and their effectiveness in managing symptoms related to gluten sensitivity is not fully established.

  3. Vitamin and Mineral Supplements: If a person with NCGS has nutrient deficiencies due to malabsorption or dietary restrictions, supplementation with vitamins and minerals (such as B vitamins, iron, calcium, etc.) might be necessary. It's essential to work with a healthcare provider to identify specific deficiencies before starting supplementation.

  4. Probiotic-Rich Foods: Incorporating natural probiotics from fermented foods like yogurt, kefir, sauerkraut, or kimchi might support a healthy gut microbiome. These foods can potentially aid in digestive health but should be consumed cautiously if they contain gluten.

  5. Gut Health Supplements: Some individuals find that supplements containing ingredients like glutamine, fiber, or certain herbs promote gut health and comfort. However, their specific impact on NCGS is not well-documented.

For an explanation of how this is generated, see this post

All suggestions from this page should be reviewed by your medical professionals. These are based on modelling and not clinical studies.

Based on family and lower taxonomy ranks (genus,species,strains) reported in studies, the list is here

Net Impact Modifier Citations
1.5 gluten-free diet   πŸ“š
1.5 Hesperidin (polyphenol)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
1.5 Vitamin C (ascorbic acid)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
1 high-fat diets   πŸ“š
0.9 red wine polyphenols   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
0.8 vitamin B3,niacin   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
0.8 Guaiacol (polyphenol)   πŸ“š
0.8 lacto-ovo-vegetarian diet   πŸ“š
0.8 low fodmap diet   πŸ“š
0.8 vitamin B7, biotin   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
0.8 high beef diet   πŸ“š
0.8 high-protein diet   πŸ“š
0.8 high-saturated fat diet   πŸ“š
0.8 animal-based diet   πŸ“š
0.8 carboxymethyl cellulose (prebiotic)   πŸ“š
0.8 low-fat diets   πŸ“š
0.8 Curcumin   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
0.8 galla chinensis (herb)   πŸ“š
0.8 rice   πŸ“š
0.8 vegetarians   πŸ“š
0.8 blackcurrant   πŸ“š
0.8 luteolin (flavonoid)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
0.8 N-Acetyl Cysteine (NAC),   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
0.8 diosmin,(polyphenol)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
0.8 retinoic acid,(Vitamin A derivative)   πŸ“š
0.8 Vitamin B-12   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
0.8 Vitamin B6,pyridoxine hydrochloride   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
0.8 Vitamin B1,thiamine hydrochloride   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
0.8 Arbutin (polyphenol)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
0.8 sodium butyrate   πŸ“š
0.8 tea   πŸ“š
0.8 red alga Laurencia tristicha   πŸ“š
0.8 Caffeine   πŸ“š
0.8 Dextrin   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
0.8 Fisetin   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
0.8 bifidobacterium lactis,streptococcus thermophilus probiotic   πŸ“š
0.8 Leonurine   πŸ“š
0.8 Krill Oil   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
0.8 fluorine   πŸ“š
0.8 Tudca   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
0.8 Pancreatin   πŸ“š
0.6 Vitamin B9,folic acid   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-0.6 Slippery Elm   πŸ“š
-0.7 Astragalus polysaccharide   πŸ“š
-0.9 gluten   πŸ“š
-0.9 Pistachio   πŸ“š
-0.9 Goat milk   πŸ“š
-0.9 emblica officinalis   πŸ“š
-0.9 Exercise   πŸ“š
-0.9 Kiwifruit   πŸ“š
-0.9 Gluco-Oligosaccharides   πŸ“š
-0.9 Onion   πŸ“š
-0.9 Beet   πŸ“š
-0.9 L-carnitine   πŸ“š
-0.9 Dendrobium officinale   πŸ“š
-0.9 Codonopsis pilosula   πŸ“š
-0.9 Whole Cow milk   πŸ“š
-0.9 Vitamin E   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-0.9 potatoes   πŸ“š
-0.9 purple sweet potatoes   πŸ“š
-0.9 hou-po-da-huang-tang   πŸ“š
-0.9 amaranth   πŸ“š
-0.9 bacillus pumilus   πŸ“š
-0.9 rice bran   πŸ“š
-0.9 Bofutsushosan   πŸ“š
-0.9 asparagus   πŸ“š
-0.9 Lactobacillus Johnsonii (probiotic)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-0.9 wasabi   πŸ“š
-0.9 Ginseng   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-0.9 Theanine   πŸ“š
-0.9 Bifidobacterium animalis   πŸ“š
-0.9 Oyster Mushroom   πŸ“š
-0.9 green-lipped mussel   πŸ“š
-0.9 germinated barley food-stuff   πŸ“š
-0.9 trametes versicolor(Turkey tail mushroom)   πŸ“š
-0.9 vitamin b2,Riboflavin   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-0.9 selenium   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-0.9 sesame cake/meal   πŸ“š
-0.9 slow digestible carbohydrates   πŸ“š
-0.9 whole grain,bran   πŸ“š
-0.9 whole-grain barley   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-0.9 xylooligosaccharide (prebiotic)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-0.9 vsl#3 (probiotics)   πŸ“š
-0.9 buckwheat   πŸ“š
-0.9 oligofructose-enriched inulin (prebiotic)   πŸ“š
-0.9 rosa rugosa   πŸ“š
-0.9 maize   πŸ“š
-0.9 grape polyphenols   πŸ“š
-0.9 linseed(flaxseed)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-0.9 dietary phytoestrogens (isoflavones)   πŸ“š
-0.9 grape fiber   πŸ“š
-0.9 mannitol   πŸ“š
-0.9 pea (fiber, protein)   πŸ“š
-0.9 chondrus crispus,red sea weed   πŸ“š
-0.9 sarcodiotheca gaudichaudii (red sea weed)   πŸ“š
-0.9 bacillus,lactobacillus,streptococcus,saccharomyces probiotic   πŸ“š
-0.9 brown algae   πŸ“š
-0.9 plantago asiatica l.   πŸ“š
-0.9 Bacillus clausii (Probiotics)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-0.9 Alpha-Ketoglutarate   πŸ“š
-0.9 bacillus amyloliquefaciens (probiotic)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-0.9 rye   πŸ“š
-0.9 yogurt   πŸ“š
-0.9 lactobacillus sakei (probiotics)   πŸ“š
-0.9 bean   πŸ“š
-0.9 sesame   πŸ“š
-0.9 choline   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-0.9 chrysanthemum morifolium   πŸ“š
-0.9 cinnamon (oil. spice)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-0.9 cranberry bean flour   πŸ“š
-0.9 dates   πŸ“š
-0.9 dietary fiber   πŸ“š
-0.9 bacillus coagulans (probiotics)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-0.9 bacillus licheniformis,(probiotics)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-0.9 almonds/ almond skins   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-0.9 grapes   πŸ“š
-0.9 Pulses   πŸ“š
-0.9 broccoli   πŸ“š
-0.9 ginger   πŸ“š
-0.9 glutamate   πŸ“š
-0.9 low-fat high-complex carbohydrate diet   πŸ“š
-0.9 lupin seeds (anaphylaxis risk, toxic if not prepared properly)   πŸ“š
-0.9 lactobacillus casei shirota (probiotics)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-0.9 lactobacillus brevis (probiotics)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-0.9 ku ding cha tea   πŸ“š
-0.9 bifidobacterium infantis,(probiotics)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-0.9 l-taurine   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-0.9 refined wheat breads   πŸ“š
-0.9 resistant maltodextrin   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-0.9 lactobacillus reuteri (probiotics)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-0.9 lactobacillus rhamnosus (probiotics)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-0.9 moderate-protein moderate-carbohydrate   πŸ“š
-0.9 omega-3 fatty acids   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-0.9 oregano (origanum vulgare, oil) |   πŸ“š
-0.9 persimmon tannin   πŸ“š
-0.9 plantain bananas   πŸ“š
-0.9 polyphenols   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-1.1 iron   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-1.1 barley   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-1.1 vitamin d   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-1.1 Goji (berry,juice)   πŸ“š
-1.2 high amylose cornstarch   πŸ“š
-1.2 lactobacillus casei (probiotics)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-1.5 Burdock Root   πŸ“š
-1.7 noni   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-1.8 Bromelain   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-1.8 banana   πŸ“š
-1.8 Olive Oil   πŸ“š
-1.8 Ursolic acid   πŸ“š
-1.8 Moringa Oleifera   πŸ“š
-1.8 l-proline   πŸ“š
-1.8 pomegranate   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-1.8 fasting   πŸ“š
-1.8 fish oil   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-1.8 jerusalem artichoke (prebiotic)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-1.8 ketogenic diet   πŸ“š
-1.8 green tea   πŸ“š
-1.8 grape seed extract   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-1.8 fruit/legume fibre   πŸ“š
-1.8 rosmarinus officinalis,rosemary   πŸ“š
-1.8 bifidobacterium lactis bb12 (probiotics)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-1.8 corn   πŸ“š
-1.8 bifidobacterium bifidum (probiotics)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-1.8 Conjugated Linoleic Acid   πŸ“š
-1.8 pectin   πŸ“š
-2 zinc   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-2 bifidobacterium animalis lactis (probiotics)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-2 pediococcus acidilactic (probiotic)   πŸ“š
-2.1 mediterranean diet   πŸ“š
-2.1 blueberry   πŸ“š
-2.3 oligosaccharides (prebiotic)   πŸ“š
-2.3 resveratrol (grape seed/polyphenols/red wine)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-2.4 Dangshen   πŸ“š
-2.6 Cacao   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-2.8 high fiber diet   πŸ“š
-2.8 barley,oat   πŸ“š
-2.8 oats   πŸ“š
-2.8 resistant starch   πŸ“š
-2.8 quercetin   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-2.8 lactobacillus plantarum,xylooligosaccharides,(prebiotic) (probiotics)   πŸ“š
-2.8 Limosilactobacillus fermentum (probiotic)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-2.8 lactobacillus paracasei (probiotics)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-2.8 enterococcus faecium (probiotic)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-2.8 partially hydrolysed guar gum,fructo-oligosaccharides (prebiotic)   πŸ“š
-2.8 Shen Ling Bai Zhu San   πŸ“š
-3.1 gum arabic (prebiotic)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-3.7 lactobacillus acidophilus (probiotics)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-3.7 wheat   πŸ“š
-3.7 whey   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-3.7 galacto-oligosaccharides (prebiotic)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-3.7 Glucomannan   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-3.8 wheat bran   πŸ“š
-3.8 lactobacillus plantarum (probiotics)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-4 clostridium butyricum (probiotics),Miya,Miyarisan   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-4 partially hydrolyzed guar gum   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-4.6 apple   πŸ“š
-6 arabinogalactan (prebiotic)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-6.4 bacillus subtilis (probiotics)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-7.3 fructo-oligosaccharides (prebiotic)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-7.3 inulin (prebiotic)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-7.3 soy   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š
-9.6 Human milk oligosaccharides (prebiotic, Holigos, Stachyose)   πŸ“πŸ½οΈ Dosages πŸ“š

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