Digestion and Elimination


Do you have Digestion & Elimination Problems?

Ten years ago, I started getting sick with stomach problems but this was high up in my stomach. I had a feeling it was related to Digestion problems, but I wasn’t sure. So I went to the doctors, the doctors decided it was my gallbladder so they took it out and I remember asking do I need to take anything to replace what it was doing? It took three more years and I have had non stop trouble with my stomach.

This month I have been taking the Panplex 2-phase to get my stomach back in order. I started getting stomach problems last week and the doctor said it was the Panplex trying to digest my food so I needed to keep food in my stomach. This is for my stomach and insides to feel really good with no bloating and so my stomach will continue working right. (But please don’t take this without a doctor giving it to you.)

Indigestion can be attributed to a great many cause, including not only increased secretion of the stomach acid but also decreased secretion of stomach acids and other digestive factors and enzymes.

Gerd is most often caused by over eating (reflux esophagitis) and impaired digestion.

The natural approach, chronic indigestion focuses on aiding digestion rather than on blocking the digestion process with antacids. Common symptoms of pancreatic insufficiency include abdominal bloating and discomfort, gas, and the passing of undigested food in the stool. Just as important as digestion is the elimination of waste from the body. Achieving and maintaining good colon health are straight forward: eat a high fiber diet, drink plenty of water and maintain health promoting micro flora.

If we are to gain the nutritional benefits from foods, they must be properly digested, absorbed and eliminated. The best food in the world will go to waste if the body is unable to process it. Fortunately the human digestive system is quite efficient in extracting the necessary nutrients from food. The major function of the gastrointestinal system are due to break down and absorb nutrients. The digestive system extends from the mouth to the anus. It consists of the gastrointestinal tract and it’s appendage organs, such as salivary glands, the liver, gallbladder and the pancreas.

Digestion occurs as the result of both mechanical and chemical process. The mechanical process of digestion are bought about by grinding and crushing the food mass and mixing it with digestive juices during propulsion through the digestive tract. The digestive juices are responsible for the chemical breakdown of food. The active compounds in the digestive juices are primarily hydrochloric acids and enzymes.

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