Some digestive troubles aren’t caused by diet, they’re a symptom of invasive pathogens like the bacteria H. pylori in the gastrointestinal tract (GI Tract).
H. pylori is a common infection, and another bacteria increasingly becoming antibiotic resistant. It has a spiral shape that is thought to aid its ability to take cover in the protective mucus of the stomach from the body’s natural defenses.
Stomach bloat, gas, acid reflux, and ulcers can all be caused (or made more likely) by H. pylori, and it even increases the liklihood of stomach cancer by a small percentage.
Gastric RLF is specially formulated based on traditional remedies and modern research to soothe stomach bloat, acid reflux and general upset. It may even help the body fight H. pylori.
According to the New England Journal of Medicine, mastic resin, a common food ingredient, is at least moderately effective against H. pylori in a petri dish, which may also help reduce symptoms of an ulcer caused by H. pylori.
Gastric RLF may act as an antacid to soothe the stomach, and is paired well with probiotics, either from fermented foods like yogurt or another supplement like Flora MGR.
What other foods are good at fighting stomach bloat, acid reflux, and other upsets?