Good Health Depends on a “Happy Gut”
It may surprise you to learn that many health problems and diseases begin in the gastro-intestinal (GI) tract.
A vigorous digestive system is needed in order to assimilate many nutrients — especially minerals — from food. Good digestive function also helps prevent bacteria (including H. pylorii, the “ulcer bacteria”) and intestinal parasites from getting a “foot-hold” in the body. The biggest surprise of all may be that low digestive function, not excess stomach acid, is the most common cause of GERD, heartburn and “acid indigestion. You can read all about this seeming paradox here: Low Gastric Acid Function Self-Test
Poor digestion is associated with abnormal bowel function (constipation, diarrhea, irritable bowel syndrome), allergies (both seasonal AND food allergies), autoimmune conditions, GERD and heartburn, Candida, cancer and a number of other conditions.
Getting your digestive tract into good shape is one of the most important things you can do for your health.
Digestion and GI Therapies
Digestion and GI Health Concerns Betain HCL
Essential Fatty Acids
Vitamin C Candidiasis
GERD (Reflux disease)
Irritable Bowel (IBS)
Low Gastric Acid Function