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Heartburn * Gas * Bloating
How Vitamins & Nutritional Supplements May Help

Good digestion is really important for overall good health.  If we are not digesting our food properly, many other conditions can result in addition to common symptoms of heartburn, gas and bloating.  These include fatigue, allergic reactions and declining immune system that allows the abnormal multiplication of bad bacteria, candida and parasites.

Common Symptoms of Indigestion

Gas, bloating, belching, heartburn, poor food assimilation, aching stomach.

Common Causes of Indigestion

Eating too much, eating foods you are allergic to, enzyme and/or hydrochloric acid deficiencies, protein deficiencies, too much soda and/or caffeine.

Vitamins, Minerals and Other Nutritional Supplements

Extra probiotic support like acidolphilus, betaine HCL and digestive enzymes can all be helpful.  Chlorella or greens can be useful to help prevent digestive problems.  Bitter foods or juices tend to help boost digestive function, like bitter greens or Noni Juice.  B Vitamins are also good for helping you to better digest your food, including carbohydrates, fats and proteins.

Recommended Vitamins & Nutritional Supplements*

  1. Betaine HCL
  2. Digestive Enzymes
  3. Probiotics
  4. Chlorella
  5. Greens Mix
  6. B Vitamin Complex
  7. Noni 100 Juice
Food Choices

Make sure you are eating lots of cultured foods like yogurt, kefir, miso soup and cultured vegetables.  Try using 1 tsp of raw apple cider vinegar in 4 oz of water with your meals.  Lemon squeezed into 4 oz of water, besides adding vitamin C to your diet, can also help to stimulate your digestive system.  Garlic, ginger, parsley, peppermint, licorice, cinnamon, bitter salad greens and turmeric can all help boost your digestive system.*  With many of these you can make hot teas to sip 1-3 hours after eating.

Other Ideas

Eat slowly.  Take short walk after eating.  Eat smaller meals.  Don't take much fluid with meals, however, a little wine may help the digestion.  Chronic use of antibiotics can destroy the good bacteria in your intestines, so you might want to avoid antibiotics, if possible.*  Some studies have shown that commercial anti-acids can actually make your condition worse over the long run, as well as cause bone loss if they contain aluminum, which many of them do*.  Don't forget that an overall good diet, full of vitamin rich foods and perhaps some nutritional supplements like greens, can help all systems of the body, including the digestive system, function better.*

* This statement has not been evaluated by the FDA.  This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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