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    6. What does "gastric distress" mean? - Top

    While the term is rather general, a huge part of our population encounters and suffer from "gastric distress" which includes indigestion, heartburn, irritable bowel syndrome, constipation, and diarrhea. Regardless of what form it takes, many (most) of there problems are directly related to the improper digestion of our food. Many researchers are now in agreement that the cause and the initial source of many diseases is poor and inadequate aborption of our nutrients, i.e. the food we eat. When this food is not properly "processed", over time, things start to go wrong within our body. Supplemental digestive enzymes have been shown to significantly aid the process of digestion which then helps to reduce or eliminate the various forms of "gastric distress" that may be exhibited in our system.

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