Improve digestion by optimizing stomach acid

Doctors tend to diagnose a patient with high stomach acid if they experience symptoms like acid reflux, gas, bloating, and heartburn. This diagnosis typically is reached without actually performing a lab test to measure stomach acid levels and usually results in a prescription for antacids, histamine type 2 receptor agonists (H2 blockers), Proton Pump Inhibitors…

Your antacid may be doing more harm than good

No one can be blamed for wanting relief, especially when acid reflux makes it feel like molten lava is shooting up through your esophagus. Antacids can bring quick relief, but their long-term use can also bring lasting problems. It’s better to identify and address the underlying causes of acid reflux than simply to squelch the…