A Dose For Bloating by Wild Dose

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Price: Unclear*

Date reviewed: 11/2023

Claims

  1. Unique blend of digestive enzymes, plants, herbs and probiotics work together to soothe your gut, reduce gas production and helps eliminate bloated tummies.
  2.  2 Billion clinically proven probiotics that are IBS and sensitive tum friendly.
  3. 7 herbal remedies that have been used for years to reduce inflammation and discomfort in the gut.

What's in it?

Ginger Extract, Liquorice extract, Fennel Seed Extract, Proprietary Enzyme Complex (Papain, Bromelain, Lipase, Amylase, Protease, Cellulase, Lactase), Turmeric extract (95% Curcuminoids), Peppermint Leaf extract, Dandelion root extract, Probiotic blend (L.Acidophilus and 3 strains of Bifido bifidum), Black Pepper extract.

 

(*) = £10 per blister pack (x20 tablets) or £8.50 with subscription, £26 for 3 blister packs (x60) or £22.10 with subscription. Unclear how long one pack would last.

What does the research say?

Wild Dose has not been studied clinically.

The bacterial strains in this product are not identified therefore we cannot confirm if they are probiotics and whether they are helpful for IBS or bloating when compared to clinical trials.

Lipase, amylase, protease and lactase are digestive enzymes with proven benefits in human clinical trials but without knowing the dose we cannot confirm if the levels in this product are sufficient to have any benefit. Of the other digestive enzymes including cellulase, papain and bromelain, there have been no conclusive evidence of benefits in humans.

Ginger has been shown to help nausea in randomized controlled trials at a dose of around 1500mg per day. Peppermint has been shown to help abdominal pain in randomized controlled trials at a dose of around 1200mg per day. Turmeric has been shown to be anti-inflammatory in randomized controlled trials at a dose of around 150-3000 mg per day. However, without knowing the dose we cannot confirm if the levels in this product are sufficient to have any benefit. Of the other plant extracts, dandelion and burdock have not been shown to have any benefits in human clinical trials.

The Verdict

Some of the digestive enzymes and plant extracts in Wild Dose may be helpful but not all of ingredients can be accounted as beneficial. This product has not been tested clinically and therefore claims cannot be supported.

Reviews are for informational purposes only and do not constitute medical advice

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