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Stomach Acid Balance Activation Program

          

Healthy digestion is the key to a healthy body. Hydrochloric acid, which is produced in the stomach, aids the digestion process. The activation of pepsin by stomach acid helps fuel the pump for all of our protein digestion in the stomach. Stomach acid also aids in the neutralization of pathogens that may enter the body through our food supply. A good stomach acid balance is a must for a healthy body. According to research, stress may inhibit the average production of stomach acid. Also, coffee consumption may reduce the normal synthesis of stomach acid. Or, even a deficiency in the mineral such as zinc may prevent the stomach from producing enough acid!

 Stomach Acid Balance Activation Program

To achieve more thorough digestion, use the Stomach Acid Balance Activation Program. The Stomach Acid Balance Activation Program is a 45-item biofeedback program. The frequencies are written in blue resonated with you, and they were run for 30 minutes of harmonization. You’ll also get a 10-minute audio file with a sample of your song. You may listen to them for up to 30 minutes each day. Before and after listening to these frequencies, make sure you drink a glass of water. These songs are only good for seven days. They will no longer resonate and be helpful to your body after that since you have changed and need a new set of songs that resonate with the new you!

  1. Aloe Ferox
  2. Angelic Root
  3. Apple Cider Vinegar to a prime pump of hydrochloric acid
  4. Balance stomach acid to reduce bloating
  5. Barley freeze-dried
  6. Betaine HCL
  7. Burdock root
  8. Cardamom
  9. Chew food thoroughly for improved digestion
  10. Clear Heartburn 832 Hz 2720 Hz 2170 Hz
  11. Clear Helicobacter Pylori
  12. Clear Reflux 230 Hz 620 Hz 970 Hz
  13. Clear Reflux as a result of low stomach acid
  14. Coriander
  15. D-Limonene
  16. Fennel Seed
  17. Fenugreek
  18. Gastritis Clear 150 Hz 5260 Hz 880 Hz
  19. Gentian Bitters
  20. German Chamomile
  21. Ginger
  22. Goldenseal 
  23. Heal Parietal Cells
  24. Horseradish
  25. Hydrochloric Acid
  26. Intestines 2.67 Hz 281.0 Hz
  27. Licorice
  28. Low stomach acid contributing to infections
  29. Low stomach acid contributing to other conditions
  30. Marshmallow
  31. Mastic gum
  32. Mugwort
  33. Orange Peel
  34. Parsley
  35. Rhubarb
  36. Saffron
  37. Senna
  38. Stomach
  39. Valerian
  40. Vitamin B12
  41. White horehound
  42. Wormwood
  43. Yarrow
  44. Yellow Dock
  45. Zinc

What causes low stomach acid?

Low stomach acid

A variety of reasons may cause low stomach acid. Hypochlorhydria is the medical term for a low of stomach acid. Two of the most common factors that may directly impact your digestive system are stress and a poor diet.

Other factors that may cause low stomach acid include:

  • eating too quickly
  • high sugar intake
  • zinc deficiency
  • age
  • antacid medication and prescription drugs
  • food sensitivities or allergies
  • infection
  • chronic illness
  • By addressing these problems, you may enhance your digestive health and decrease stress on your body while also increasing and normalizing your stomach acid levels.

Symptoms from low stomach acid

Low stomach acid is a cause of poor digestive activity. Food and nutrients that can’t be broken down sit in the stomach, causing bacteria to grow. Gas and bloating are the most common side effects of this process.

Low stomach acid may also cause the following symptoms:

  • cramping
  • heartburn
  • nausea
  • acid reflux
  • constipation
  • diarrhea
  • infection
  • undigested food in stools
  • bad breadth
  • weak hair and nails
  • dry skin
  • hair loss

Chew food thoroughly

Chew food thoroughly

Your body’s ability to digest food may be affected if you hurried through meals. To stimulate your digestive enzymes, chew your food and take smaller bites. This may help you get rid of the symptoms of low stomach acid and keep it at a healthy level in your stomach.

Biofeedback Therapy  

Biofeedback Therapy

The efficacy of Diaphragm Biofeedback Training (DBT) for patients with gastroesophageal reflux illness was examined in a 2015 research (Diseases of the Esophagus, Volume 29, and Issue 7) (GERD).

Compared to rabeprazole alone, DBT + rabeprazole resulted in substantially reduced acid suppression use throughout the 6-month follow-up, indicating that DBT + rabeprazole may be a successful GERD therapy. This research found that DBT improved the anti-reflux barrier’s function by improving Crural Diaphragm Tension (CDT) and Gastroesophageal Junction Pressure (GEJP). Long-term DBT reduced the need for acid suppression during follow-up.

Herbs

Herbs

To aid digestion, certain herbs promote the production of gastric juices such as stomach acid and bile. Parsley and other herbs, for example, enhance the mucous covering of the esophageal lining, which helps it resist stomach acid irritation. For example, licorice.

Consider a few herbs. Supplements such as grapefruit seed extract, garlic, oregano oil, and enteric-coated peppermint oil assist with bacterial overgrowth. Their antibacterial qualities may help guard against bacteria found in food, including E. coli and listeria.

Take in a multivitamin. A multivitamin and mineral supplement may be suggested since hypochlorhydria may lead to vitamin and mineral deficiencies.

 multivitamin

Try vitamin B complex. Some practitioners recommend taking an additional vitamin B complex. It may be suggested to replenish possible B12 and other B vitamin deficiencies, even though they are not a hypochlorhydria treatment. B12 deficiency is the most common vitamin deficit associated with low HCl levels.

vitamin B

Enzyme

Enzyme

If you think milk products are causing your symptoms, consider taking lactase digesting enzymes before consuming them.

Improve digestion by taking enzymes that give 30,000 USP units (IU) of lipase and contain protease and amylase enzymes at each meal.

Zinc

Zinc is a mineral that is found in all human cells. The stomach uses zinc to make HCL. According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), adults should take 8–11 mg of zinc daily. Low stomach acid levels may occur in people who do not get enough zinc in their diets or have low zinc absorption.

Zinc

Amino acid

L-glutamine is used as fuel by your intestinal lining to produce a strong surface for digestion and absorption. Supplementing with L-glutamine is the most effective way to repair the gut lining for individuals with leaky gut, malabsorption, or inflammatory bowel illness (IBS, Crohn’s, and Ulcerative colitis). It tightens the open junctions that occur in patients with these diagnoses, causing them to produce more mucus required for proper digestion.

Amino acid

Eat ginger

Ginger is well-known for its anti-inflammatory properties, which are crucial for decreasing inflammation low stomach acid. It’s also been acknowledged as an alternative treatment for acid reflux and other gastrointestinal issues.

Eat ginger

Drink apple cider vinegar

A fermented liquid made from bacteria, yeast, and crushed apples is raw apple cider vinegar. It’s high in protein and enzymes, which may aid in the breakdown of bacteria in food. Because of its acidic characteristics, raw apple cider vinegar may raise stomach acid levels by introducing more acid into the digestive system.

Drink apple cider vinegar

Raw apple cider vinegar has been linked to decreasing symptoms of acid reflux, diabetes, and high blood sugar, in addition to raising stomach acid levels.

Take probiotics

Taking probiotics may help boost stomach acid and inhibit the growth of harmful bacteria.

 Probiotics

Try the Biofeedback Stomach Acid Balance Activation Program here to get your specific resonating frequencies!

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