A Simple Home Test to Help You Identify Low Stomach Acid

In today’s video, you will learn how to test your stomach acid levels and treat them naturally.

The digestive process is essential for good health, and when unbalanced, it can bring huge consequences to our health.

Did you know that the digestive process starts in the mouth? When we chew, the saliva releases enzymes that start breaking down the food.

The food then goes to the stomach, which expands and releases the gastric acid.

This acid needs pH to dissolve the proteins and make the vitamin B12 more accessible to the intestine.

The excess of acids can cause malaise and heartburn.

But what if we don’t produce enough of this acid?

Beets can help you find out how your stomach is going.

Beets roots have a high concentration of nutrients, vitamins, and minerals and are also full of powerful antioxidants.

But the leaves are also highly nutritious and can be used in soups and salads.

Beets are one of the 5 most useful foods and can improve processes, reduce hypertension, and increase libido.

We recommend investigating your situation since many people think these symptoms result from too much acid from digestion, which causes heartburn, ulcers, and gastritis, but it is not true.

Make sure your stomach acidity is normal!

0:00 How Stomach Acid Affects Gas, Bloating, Bacteria, and Nutrition
1:44 How to Diagnose Low Stomach Acid at Home using Beets
2:25 How to Increase Stomach Acid Naturally


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