Natural Help for Digestion

Natural Help for Digestion

Do you often find yourself reaching for antacids or other digestive relief medication? Is it getting harder and harder to eat certain foods without stomach upset?

Digestive diseases—a category that includes ailments from peptic ulcers to colitis to everything in between—account for more than 36 million practitioner visits a year, according to the National Institutes of Health.

Today we would like to share with you some natural ways our customers have experienced relief from these types of issues. Remember, it is always best to speak with your physician before implementing anything new into your regiment.

Apple pectin serves as a prebiotic, a food for the digestive tract’s healthy probiotic microbes, and inhibits growth of harmful bacteria; may also aid in weight loss and help lower cholesterol and glucose levels.

Bromelain breaks down protein; increases availability of nutrients when taken with food while helping to fight inflammation when taken on an empty stomach.

Ginger has a long history of use in traditional medicine as a remedy for nausea, stomachache, and diarrhea; used today to ease motion sickness; also helps reduce inflammation and muscle pain.

L-glutamine helps maintain bowel wall integrity; reduces inflammation and balances mucus production within the intestines; also promotes better brain health and exercise performance.

Papain encourages the breakdown and assimilation of proteins; also used as an anti-inflammatory agent.

Probiotics are crucial for proper digestion; helps maintain bowel wall health; also helps modulate immune response, which reduces inflammation, and promotes healthy neurological function.

Serrapeptase helps break down proteins; has been found to curb inflammation and may help ease pain; may also reduce infection risk by attacking biofilm, a protective barrier formed by harmful bacteria.

Turmeric long used by Ayurvedic practitioners to improve digestion and dispel gas, uses now backed by studies; supports a healthy gut microbiome; also used to ease inflammation and joint pain.

This article is sourced from Energy Times magazine “Soothing Digestive Aides.”

Please visit our website for more information on this and other great health topics. Remember this article is for information only. Do not make any changes in your diet or lifestyle without first consulting with your preventive health care provider. We always pray for your prosperity and health, 3 John 2, blessings, Donna.

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