As a clinician who specializes in helping people with chronic digestive complaints and auto-immune diseases, one of the most common underlying problems I see with these individuals is low stomach acid. This syndrome is also called hypochlorhydria in the medical literature and it is immensely important to correct first in order to get someone well. Blog Post: http://drjockers.com/causes-and-symptoms-of-low-stomach-acid/
11 Ways to Naturally Improve Stomach Acid Production
Today I want to share with you 11 Ways to Naturally Improve Stomach Acid Production as the third part in my stomach acidity series. In case you missed them, part 1 was 33 Ways to Tell If You Have Low Stomach Acid and part 2 was How to Test At Home for Low Stomach Acid, HCL …
Eat beets. If they turn your urine pink/red, then you have low stomach acid. Stomach acid is a very important first step in digestion. Read more -- and be sure to check out the comments section of the site.
from Ben Greenfield Fitness - Diet, Fat Loss and Performance Advice
How To Fix Your Gut: 9 Bad Things That Happen When Your Digestion Goes Wrong, How To Hit The Reboot Button & The Best Way To Detox Your Body.
How To Identify & Fix The 9 Most Common Gut Issues (had to do a few full-scrolls to get past the super-long intro): Gluten-Intolerance, FODMAPs, Digestive Enzymes (new research might turn against digestive enzymes for sufferers of Leaky Gut), Gut Bacteria/Yeast/Parasites, Stomach Acid, Food Allergies, & suggestions to detox & recover. Love the giant FODMAP infographic ^_^