Most Common Sign of Low Stomach Acid is…

Most Common Sign of Low Stomach Acid is…

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Low Stomach Acid Cause:

Betaine Hydrochloride:

Ulcer:

Gastritis:

Do you have low stomach acid? This is the #1 sign!

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0:00 The most common sign of low stomach acid is…
0:10 What is indigestion?
1:20 How stomach acid works
4:46 Best way to improve stomach acidity
5:35 Need keto consulting?

In this video, we’re going to talk about the most common sign of low stomach acid.

The #1 most common sign of low stomach acid is indigestion. Indigestion is the sensation that your food is kind of stuck in your stomach—you feel full, and like your stomach isn’t emptying properly. When you have ingestion, you may have:
• An upset stomach
• A sensation of fullness
• Heartburn
• Nausea
• Belching
• Gas
• Bloating

According to medical books, 70% of the time, there is no cause for indigestion. However, they say it can be happening from stress, anxiety, or GERD.

In my opinion, this is a situation of low stomach acidity. Many people who have low stomach acidity take antacids to get rid of indigestion. However, this can make matters even worse since you actually need more stomach acid.

Your stomach is supposed to be highly acidic to break down proteins, absorb vitamins and minerals, and keep unhealthy microbes in check. If you don’t have a highly acidic stomach, it can cause a lot of bloating and discomfort.

Your body makes two liters of Hydrochloric acid every day. To do this, your body needs chlorides from salt, potassium, zinc, and other nutrients.

The best way to improve your stomach acidity is to take betaine hydrochloride. Keep in mind that this can be a problem for those with gastritis or ulcers.

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Thanks for watching. I hope this helped clear up the root cause of indigestion and what to do about it. I’ll see you in the next video.

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