– Dr. Wright notes in his book that “paradoxically adverse symptoms are most likely to occur in individuals with the lowest levels of stomach acid. This is because these people are most likely to have atrophic gastritis (a thinned-out stomach lining), which makes them much more sensitive to even small quantities of HCL than a normal, thicker stomach lining.” This makes sense because a super inflamed stomach lining won’t have its normal protective barrier intact to contain the strong acids. In this case, it is wise to start with digestive bitters or get smaller dose Betaine HCL pills (think 350mg or less).
I know H. Pylori can cause your stomach acid levels to become very low.
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My question to you is that because I had the sleeve I am not eating hardly anything at all. I have lost 42 lb in a little over 2 months. I’m also not eating much in comparison to the liquids I’m drinking.
Aids in achieving healthy weight. High-fiber foods tend to be more filling than low-fiber foods, so you’re likely to eat less and stay satisfied longer.
Thanks for such great advice in this article! I have been taking HCL with my meals that contain protein. Obviously that would mean foods like chicken, beef, eggs, lamb…but should this also include bone broth? Does bone broth have enough protein in it to require acid for digestion and would that need to be supplemented if I have low stomach acid?
i done it. but they are telling i don,t have problem .my report is normal. i am really nervous bez i can,t attend the class or to talk to my friend. plz help me what to do. what i have and which medicine i want to eat?
I still have some stomach pain from the hployri treatment and if it persisted my doctor wanted me to go to a gastrologist, which I cannot afford. I noticed the hcl helps with the stomach pain but I still get it.
What is the role of muscle tissue in the stomach?
Antacids are any material, usually base or base salt, used to neutralize stomach acids. The antacids execute a neutralization reaction. The antacids perform tasks such as, they buffer gastric acid, elevating the pH to decrease acidity in the stomach.