Tag: heartburn

Antacid Myth

Heartburn and reflux is an extremely complex subject ~ so much so that mainstream medical science does not fully understand all of the mechanisms that function to protect the esophagus from high acid conditions… mechanisms generally centered around the lower esophageal sphincter. Read More

LE126: Are you digesting your food properly?

Poor digestion can manifest as fatigue or pain. Read More

Enzyme Deficiency Symptoms

Enzymes will serve you as no other supplementation program. The one thing we must all be able to do is digest, assimilate, utilize, eliminate and create healthy cells to live. Read More

Digestive Enzyme Benefits

Digestive Enzymes help resolve a number of chronic health conditions. Read More

Stomach Acid Too Much or Too Little

Sufficient stomach production of hydrochloric acid is essential Read More

Ulcers and Helicobacter

Ulcers in the stomach, intestines and esophagus have been traditionally thought by the medical establishment to be caused by stress and/or anxiety, Read More

Natural Antacid Alternatives: Trepke

Cut up the bananas and pineapple, the amount and proportions will vary depending on how many people you’re serving and which fruits you like the best. Read More

Natural Antacid Alternatives: Duke

Discover safer, cheaper, healthier herbal equivalents to prescription and over-the-counter drugs. Read More

Hydrochloric Acid

Historically, hydrochloric acid (HCl) was prescribed for many symptoms and clinical conditions and was listed as a therapeutic intervention in various pharmacopoeia. Read More

Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease

Gastroesophageal reflux disease, commonly referred to as GERD, or acid reflux, is a condition in which the liquid content of the stomach regurgitates (backs up, or refluxes) into the esophagus. Read More

Candida and Dysbiosis (Gut Disturbances)

Lack of energy and digestive disturbances, arthritic joint pains, skin disease, menstrual problems, emotional instability and depression. All symptoms of what I call the ‘antibiotic syndrome’ which have greatly increased in frequency in recent years. Read More