Biohawk ginger digests proline-rich proteins in our normal western food to:
Wheat flour does not become “gluten-free”: gluten is an important part of the flour but gluten’s prolyl groups are digested. Milk’s casein and beta-lactoglobulin have their prolyl groups digested: “a2” and “a1” milk each have their casomorphin digested; intolerance to milk’s proteins is removed for both “a2” and “a1” milk. The same applies to other foods with proline-rich proteins.
Food becomes safe whether you have the gene for food intolerance or not and all the food’s nutrition is released.