Digestion is the process of breaking down food into its smallest form so that the body can utilize it for structure or energy.
All of the cells in the human body have unique resonance signatures
Did you know that every element in nature has a unique resonance which can be identified by its unique frequency signature?
All of the cells in the human body have unique resonance signatures as well. When you consume any food or drink, your body compares the signature of that to your body’s signature to determine if it is good or bad for you.
If it is bad for you, your body rejects it as toxic and has to dispose of it, or store it to protect the organs, for example.
The body creates various elements to break down different types of foodstuff and different areas of the digestive system to allow absorption to take place.
In the stomach, for instance, the parietal cells make hydrochloric acid (HCL).
These are the primary functions of HCL in the stomach:
Absorption of essential minerals:
Calcium, magnesium, zinc, and iron are four minerals that are absorbed in the jejunum, but only if the pH is approximately 1.5 to 3.0.
If these minerals are not absorbed, they can become toxic, no matter how good quality they are.
The toxic calcium can end up causing cataracts, kidney stones, bone spurs, etc. A deficiency of HCL will cause the pH to be too alkaline, and this deficiency in the stomach will also cause the proteins to be undigested, leaving the proteins to rot and putrefy which can create nasty acids, such as lactic and uric, and create acid reflux.
Methane gas is then generated, which causes bloating, and opens up the sphincter muscle at the top of the stomach, allowing the acids to go into the esophagus. This can, and does, lead to an illness called Barrett’s esophagus.
Unfortunately, one out of two people in the U.S. are suffering some form of acid reflux, or acid indigestion, due to this problem.
The medical industry is not addressing the root cause of HCL deficiency and, instead, it continues to recommend antacids which stop the normal digestive process.
Furthermore, this high alkaline remedy is preventing the kidneys from processing chromium, which is the primary mineral for the pancreas. This can lead to pancreatitis and even pancreatic cancer.
Many digestive problems are caused by not having enough stomach acid, even though many people think otherwise.
Experiencing heartburn, sour stomach, or overall stomach upset, nausea, and pain, may be a sign that you have too little stomach acid and this can cause exactly the same symptoms as having too much acid.
If you are experiencing acid reflux or are not able to absorb beneficial minerals, then you may want to consult with your physician. Hydrochloric Acid (HCL) might be needed.