The dangers of acid reducing medications (aka proton pump inhibitors or PPIs) seem to be never-ending!
These drugs have already been linked to increased risk of heart attacks, chronic kidney disease and dementia, increased susceptibility to fractures, greater vulnerability to infections, impaired digestion, an unhealthy gut microbiome, vitamin B12 deficiency, food borne illnesses, and a greater overall death risk.
Well, add liver disease on to the list.
Research performed at the University of California San Diego School of Medicine suggests that suppressing stomach acid (which is how PPIs “work”—if you can call it that) may result in liver injury and disease, as the result of the unhealthy changes in the gut microbiome caused by these medications.
It ain’t no surprise
At this point, it would not be unreasonable to say that practically ANY disease can be caused or contributed to by PPIs!
Let’s face it—when you are crippling one of your body’s innate functions---and one as important as stomach acid secretion—the effects can range far and wide and get uglier and uglier.
If your stomach cannot do its preparatory work properly, you are absolutely rolling out the red carpet for digestive problems.
And then there are the secondary problems that stem from this bad digestion! Like impaired immune function, poor nutrient absorption, inflammation, weight gain, diverticulitis, leaky gut, you-name-it.
But wait! There’s more.
Because there are tertiary problems that come from the secondary problems from bad digestion!
For example, poor nutrient absorption causes deficiency disease and fractures; impaired immune function means everything from chronic infections to increased cancer risk; leaky gut can trigger food sensitivities; and inflammation is a leading cause of heart disease.
Get to the root of the problem!
If you have acid reflux, know this: dangerous, health-destroying PPIs are NOT your only answer!
When you take measures to help your body accomplish digestion like it’s designed to, acid problems can quickly become a non-issue.
When it comes to improving digestion, there are two crucial steps:
1. Change what goes in and
2. Help what goes on
Changing what goes in, yes, means changing your DIET.
In other words, eliminating the junk, fast foods, processed foods and soda, and instead concentrating on real foods, plus structuring your meals so they’re easier for your system to tackle to begin with.
Easy, logical and very effective.
Let Great Taste No Pain show you exactly what to do.
Great Taste No Pain gives you the scoop on all of the dangers of poor digestion, plus a collection of scrumptious, easy to prepare recipes and a wealth of information on how to put together delicious, nutritious, easy to digest meals.
Many of our clients report seeing improvements in their digestion in as fast as the first few days! And that can include YOU.
Helping what goes on means giving your body enzyme help if needed.
Many people have gotten tremendous relief from digestive issues by simply giving their body a little boost with an enzyme formula like Digestizol Max.
Digestizol Max’s complete, effective blend of 15 plant-derived enzymes works alongside your body’s own enyme resources to help make sure all of your foods are broken down like they need to be!
That means better nutrient absorption, less constipation and gas, and bye-bye acid reflux!
Work with your body—not against it
When you work with your body to help it accomplish that which Nature intended it to—instead of suppressing one of your body’s most crucial functions—a whole new world of feeling better can open up for you FAST.
Embrace the power of sound digestion and all that it can do for you.
To your health,