There’s a problem you’ve likely never heard of that contributes to the development of many chronic health problems, including excess or deficient weight, poor muscle tone, mood disorders, arthritis, osteoporosis, autoimmune diseases, and even cancer. And although you may be unfamiliar with this problem, there’s a high probability that you have it. In fact, some health experts believe that your chance of having it are about the same as your age. So, if you’re 50, there’s a 50% chance you have it. If you’re 70, there’s a 70% chance you have it.
The problem is hypochlorhydria, a fancy name for low stomach acid. The ironic thing bout this health issue is that most people who have it think they have the opposite problem. They believe they have too much stomach acid because they often suffer from acid indigestion, heartburn, or acid reflux.
Based on this incorrect assumption, they take antacids, or even acid blockers, trying to fix their tummy troubles. This approach not only fails to correct the real problem, it actually causes their health to further deteriorate.
So in this issue of Sunshine Sharing, you are going to learn about the importance of stomach acid, the problems associated with low stomach acid, and how to correct it properly with natural remedies. You’ll also discover how to recognize and correct two other digestive issues that are typically associated with it – intestinal dysbiosis and hiatal hernia.
There is no doubt that your gut health impacts your overall health. It is said that your health begins in your gut and I definitely believe that! The health of your gut and how well you digest and assimilate what the foods that you eat are vital in creating your overall health. You can’t create a champion on a poor diet that lacks in nutrients. What you eat matters, how much water you drink matters, and exercise matters. Healthy habits impacts your overall health and so start focusing on creating a healthier you today. Learn more about natural wellness products and programs that can help. You may also want to check out our newsletter on healing your gut. You can also learn more about pH.