Equate 2 Pack of Gas Relief Prevention, Food Enzyme Dietary Supplement, 200 Count
Gluten Free, Helps Prevent Gas Before It Starts, 2 Pack Of 100 Capsules In Each Pack, Not A Drug.
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We analyzed 21,263 reviews for 98 products in the Abdominal Gas Relief category.
We then analyzed 113 reviews for this product. None were recent.
Around 81% of reviews were positive and about 13% were negative.
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What buyers say about Equate 2 Pack of Gas Relief Prevention, Food Enzyme Dietary Supplement, 200 Count
I have a genetic condition called Veliac Disease, which means I cannot eat anything wheat, rice, or any other type ofGluten in my food or items I put into my body.
I had the rest of my teeth removed and have been using a liquid diet for the past 4 months to maintain my weight loss.
This product is the best because it eliminates gas and discomfort with my favorite foods, such as nuts, green leafy vegetables, yams and carbs.
I have been having terrible stomach pains for the past 3 weeks and I had to stop drinking milk and cream. After reading the reviews, I was able to stop drinking milk and cream.
I tried a lot of remedies but Beano didn't work for me and I had to take two pills per meal, so I found these and they work the same.
Is it possible for these pills to be broken in half?
I don't know why you'd want to do that, they're small and you can open the capsule and use half of the powder.
Why is it so high at Walmart that you can buy at your neighborhood store for $4.98 per bottle?
The Walmart price is $11.62 for 2 bottles of 100 tablets, which is less than the Amazon price.
Is it suitable for non- vegetarians?
The ingredients list includes gelatin, so it's DEFINITELY NO.
Is this the same as Beano?
It has the same effect but Beano is a natural substance and I think Equate makes one with it as well.
Please put the ingredients list in the order form if you want it. Please tell if any chemicals are inactive or not.
Microcrystalline cellulose, gelatin, crospovidone, magnesiumstearate, and edible printing ink.