Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Neutralizes Stomach Acid With Goat Milk

Heartburn occurs due to the disruption or inflammation of the mucous membranes of the stomach wall because of excessive stomach acid production. Gastritis can take place in a short time, relapsed, recurrent or chronic. Those affected feel heartburn symptoms such as pain, heartburn, wrapped around the gut (especially on an empty stomach). Usually the pain will get better after eating and drinking, but several hours later appeared again. Not infrequently the presenting symptoms include nausea, vomiting, bloating, loss of appetite and body weak.

Heartburn can be caused by infection with Helicobacter pylori bacteria, stimulation of gastric acid production by various causes and medicines that can cause burning in the stomach. The use of various medications (eg pain medication and sore from the class of salicylate such as aspirin / asetosal) apparently can irritate the stomach wall so that the stomach feels sore. Therefore, this medicine should be taken after meals.

Habit of consuming spicy foods, chocolate, alcohol and coffee can stimulate gastric acid production. Irregular eating habits and smoking increases the risk of stomach ulcers. Psychological factors have a significant role in increasing the production of stomach acid. Beware if you often feel anxious, emotional or stressed it will increase the production of gastric acid and esophageal ulcer. Antacids are substances that can neutralize the excess stomach acid. And it turns out that goat milk is milk that have a natural antacid content. So be safely consumed. Not only the antacid is contained in goat's milk, but many other substances that are beneficial to the body.

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