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For people with celiac disease, gluten-free toothpaste is a must. For others, gluten-free toothpaste is part of a healthy lifestyle. Even if you have no health-related concerns, gluten as a standalone ingredient has no nutritional value or health benefits. For all these reasons, we’ve developed SprinJene natural toothpaste without gluten, making SprinJene one of the few certified gluten-free toothpaste products available!
Gluten is a protein found in many grains, especially wheat, barley, and rye. Gluten provides no essential nutrients whatsoever. What it does provide is the elasticity in products like bread and pasta. That’s why you can stretch and twirl pizza crust, while corn bread, which is typically gluten-free, crumbles when you pull it apart.
Gluten triggers a severe, sudden immune reaction in people with celiac disease. This results in inflammation and damage in the small intestine, which can cause serious health issues. Symptoms of celiac disease include fatigue, stomach pain, diarrhea, constipation, and skin rashes.
The more common condition is gluten sensitivity, or gluten intolerance. Although there several reliable tests for celiac disease, gluten sensitivity is more difficult to diagnose because symptoms don’t appear for hours or even days, and they typically disappear when gluten leaves the body. Symptoms of gluten sensitivity include bloating, diarrhea, constipation, abdominal pain, headaches, fatigues, and depression. Most people with gluten sensitivity don’t know they have it!
This question is understandable because product labeling has a history of being deceptive. Most people know bread, pasta, and many cereals contain gluten. However, gluten is one of those sneaky substances that often finds its way into many of the foods you consume on a regular basis, from salad dressings and lunch meats to granola bars and veggie burgers.
You can also find gluten in many medications, beauty products, and yes, even toothpaste. Many toothpastes use gluten as a binding and thickening agent.
The only way to ensure a product has no gluten whatsoever is to find “gluten-free” on the label. That means there is no chance of cross-contamination because the product has been manufactured, stored, and transported in a gluten-free environment. For people with celiac disease, it doesn’t take much gluten to cause serious problems. At SprinJene we are committed to providing consumers with one of the very the best Certified Gluten-free Toothpaste you can buy.
Some toothpaste brands say their products don’t have gluten as a direct ingredient. This does not eliminate the possibility that gluten is present. On the other hand, when you put “gluten-free toothpaste” on the label, you’re required to meet strict FDA standards.
We can assure you that all SprinJene natural toothpastes are ICS-certified gluten-free. Even if you don’t have celiac disease or gluten sensitivity, why not choose a gluten-free toothpaste which can help you avoid ingesting even the smallest amount of gluten on a daily basis through regular brushing routines?
We understand that you don’t just want products that work. You want to incorporate natural, healthy products into every part of your lifestyle. We respect the fact that you want to use products that are consistent with your beliefs and values. That’s why SprinJene uses all-natural toothpaste ingredients, uniquely formulated to provide safer, gentler care for your teeth and gums!
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Try any of our Gluten-Free SprinJene Natural Toothpastes and see which one you like best!
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