What bad digestive system cause?

Bad digestive system.

Now, you’ve probably heard of the vagus nerve and its importance of it, There are certain types of therapy that people do for the vagus nerve. it’s going to be very important for you to understand the number one reason why your vagus nerve might not be working

as well as a very important function of the vagus nerve that you also might not be aware of, which is the production of hydrochloric acid. Acid, the acid in your stomach is regulated by the tone of your vagus nerve. So this leads to a huge chain of lot of bad things that can happen to your digestion.
But if you know the simplicity of how to fix it, boy, you can turn things around real quick and improve a lot of digestive problems. Okay? All right. So what is the main neurotransmitter involved in the baggage nerve?
Acetylcholine. And acetylcholine needs vitamin B. Very, very important. And Bone is a very common deficiency with so many people because they’re doing too many carbohydrates, they’re going through too much stress.
They might drink a lot of coffee or tea. There’s a whole series of reasons why you might be deficient in Bone. If you don’t have enough B, that vagus nerve cannot make the hydrochloric acid that you need. And so just hear me out on what happens when you don’t have enough hydrochloric acid.

Now, there are other reasons why you might not have hydrochloric acid. Let’s say you’re getting older or you take an antacid or you’re on antibiotics, or you don’t have enough salt in your diet. Regardless of the cause, that hydrochloric acid is very important.
It should be between one and three extremely acidic. If it’s not the correct PH, the valve on the top of the stomach won’t close. So you’re going to get acid reflux. You’re going to get GERD.
You’re going to have heartburn. Okay, that’s number one. And you may have also hoarseness in the throat as well, because of the acid and enzymes that are leaking up or regurgitating up into your esophagus, literally dissolving your tissue.
You can’t digest protein too well, so the protein you eat doesn’t break down into amino acids, and that can increase your risk of getting allergies and give you Bloating and constipation. And by the way, a really good remedy for constipation is vitamin B. Why?
Because it not only increases digestion, because it increases acid in your stomach, but it also increases something called peristalsis, or the pumping action of your colon. So without this hydrochloric acid, you don’t digest protein.
You don’t absorb minerals like iron, calcium, magnesium, or potassium. So you become anemic. You also are more susceptible to getting H Pylori, right? Which then can create gastritis or an ulcer. Just as a side note, if you have H. Pylori, a really good remedy is sulforaphane. Okay?
And it just so happens that sulforaphane is in cabbage, it’s in broccoli sprouts, it’s in a lot of cruciferous vegetables. The other thing you’re at risk for when you don’t have enough stomach acid is stomach cancer as well as an increase in pathogens going right through the stomach into the small intestine.
And what happens next is you start to get microbes in the small intestine. You shouldn’t have a lot of bacteria because then you get this thing called small intestinal bacterial overgrowth. And then those microbes compete for food. So they start stealing nutrition and you have a lot of Bloating and gas.

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Mr. Govind is the Author & Co-Founder of amarjeet.us. He has also completed his graduation in zoology on this blog, we keep sharing updates related to Helth every day.

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