Food for Thought – Strawberries & Stomach Ulcers

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We know that food has amazing healing properties. Who knew that strawberries could have such a curative impact. Supplementation is an extension of this principle.

Scientists discovered strawberry consumption might help reduce and or slow the formation of stomach ulcers caused by alcohol consumption, viral infections and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medications, like aspirin and ibuprofen.

Source: Plos One, Oct 2011

Acid reflux & Ulcers – the two often go hand-in-hand.  It’s uncomfortable, sometimes painful and scary. Acid reflux affects about half of all American adults, so if you’re reading this, chances are you’re familiar with the condition. Ulcers are event worse. There’s a burning sensation that gnaws at you, especially when there’s no food in your stomach, and you wonder how bad it’s going to get. When it gets severe, it becomes an urgent medical condition.

Did you know that a simple nutrient called D-Limonene can also make a big difference in alleviating the symptoms and healing the underlying causes of both ulcers and heartburn? D-Limonene is perfectly natural – it’s just the concentrated oil of citrus fruit peel. There have been clinical trials to prove it’s effectiveness for treating acid reflux and ulcers.  You can find this simple nutrient at any health food store.

Good nutrition and supplementation go a long way in naturally healing what ails you.

 

 

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