what you ate bites back!
the #1 American
Daily sales of over the counter (OTC) antacids is
more than 25 million dollars a day. Why? Because they do
not solve the problem! Therefore, what is the common
denominator of following problems, indigestion, acid
reflux, heartburn, gas, bloating, slow digestion, constipation
and belching? Answer: Diet.
A life style that relies
on fast food and other low quality foods, directly
leads to digestive problems.
Call it anything you like, but the source of these symptoms
is NOT “Too much acid production,” as TV
tells you. It is the exact opposite. The actual problem
is that acid production has turned off; (yes your stomach
is NOT producing acid) making your stomach a compost
When stomach acid turns off, the body signals
you by making you feel acidy.
The way to solve a digestive overload problem is simply
to switch back ON your body digestion, and let your body
heal itself. That is why Indigest Free is so effective.
It supports the body in resetting itself and therefore
the body can run on its own.
How your digestion
Digestion is the process whereby food is crushed (by
chewing) and then mixed with fluids that make the foods
nutrients more accessible to the body and then excreted
from the body.
The steps are:
Steps 1-3 Eating: The food you eat is mixed with saliva
(in the mouth). starting the digestive process.
Step 4 Swallowing: Food now enters your stomach and is
mixed with fluids including HCL (hydrochloric acid) and
Step 5 Digestion 1: The food is passed into the intestines
where bile or bilirubin is added which helps breakdown
fats etc. All of theses juices or fluids are enabling
the body to extract vital nutrients from your food later
in your digestive tract.
Question: What happens when you eat food devoid of nutrients?
Answer: The digestive process comes to a screeching halt
as the body scrambles to figure out how to digest the
junk you just gave it!
Step 6 Digestion 2: Food is passed into your colon. Here
the fluids, which are now rich in nutrients (or
so we hope) are absorbed by the microvilli (small tubules
lining the colon walls) of the colon.
Step 7 Processing: The absorbed fluids are passed up via
the Portal Vein to your liver where they are further
precessed and hopefully turned into fuel for the body.
Steps 8-10 Excretion: In the colon, the used food
matter is excreted from the body.
your digestive tract
Your Digestive System Facts
- You have 20 feet of intestines.
- You have 5 feet of colon.
- You should not have gas.
- You should not have right elbow pain (a stomach
- You should eliminate once per meal
- Digestive disturbance sets into motion
a chain reaction that affects your whole system
and therefore your life.
- You should never take antacids
as they suppress and harm your digestion.