Posted By Bradshad (North Providence, Rhode Island) on 06/29/2012
Replied by Bill (San Fernando, Philippines) on 06/29/2012
* Take betaine hydrochloride and pancreatin at mealtimes. Keep raising the dosage of betaine until you get an acid feeling in your stomach then cut back by one tablet. After a while, you will again get an acid feeling in your stomach, so cut back again until you no longer have to take the betaine and your stomach acid is at normal strength levels again.
* Take Sea Salt outside mealtimes -- 1/2 tsp with water twice a day. This supplies the necessary chloride to create more stomach acid (hydrochloric acid).
* Take Ted's sodium bicarbonate with water remedy -- 1/4 to 1/2 tsp of Sodium Bicarb with water. Take this 1/2 hour to 1 hour after you eat all meals when your stomach is empty and the food has moved into the duodenum for main stage digestion(alkaline).
Doing the above protocol will help to regenerate proper levels of stomach acid again. If proper acid strength levels are not maintained, the pancreatic enzymes will not be triggered for main stage duodenal digestion -- and the food will just stagnate and rot in the gut.
Taking sodium bicarb and water addresses the problem of possible lack of bicarbonates in the pancreatic enzyme solution or juices. These bicarbonates are needed to neutralize the acid chyme moving from the stomach into the duodenum for main stage digestion. If there is a lack of bicarbonates in the pancreatic juices -- the food chyme will stay acidic causing complications.
This protocol should rapidly improve your digestion problems.
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