Abdominal burning, discomfort and pain

The Other Option’s DIGESTIVE REMEDY™ Siberian Pine Nut Oil offers a natural solution for digestive problems including chronic abdominal pain and a burning stomach. What causes abdominal burning, discomfort and pain? The stomach is a highly acidic environment, and any unbalance can cause damage to the delicate stomach lining, leading to erosive sores which are extremely painful. The body’s natural ability to produce stomach acid/hydrochloric acid (HCI) is affected by certain factors such as stress, nutrient deficiency and ageing. Other factors contributing to the inflammation of the stomach lining are alcohol abuse, diet, and regular use of pain and anti-inflammatory medications.Low levels of stomach acid also result in poor digestion, this causes food to ferment in the stomach, and leads to a build-up of natural gas and alcohols which inflame the stomach lining and cause pain. If you suffer from bloating and gas please see the CAUSES OF STOMACH PROBLEMS and the effects of bad digestion.

  • Abdominal burning and persistent, ‘gnawing’ pain
  • Bloating
  • Bloody stools or black tarry stools
  • Change in appetite
  • Gas
  • Gastritis | inflammation
  • Heartburn
  • Nausea
  • Peptic ulcers
  • Reflux
  • Vomiting
  • Weight loss

The symptoms indicated are also symptoms of serious health issues. If symptoms persist please consult your healthcare professional.

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To promote good digestion, combine or eat foods that have roughly the same digestion time and do not neutralize each other. Protein-rich foods require a highly acidic environment for digestion, while carbohydrates (fruit, starches and sugars) and fats require a more alkaline environment. In addition, fruit ferments very quickly, and also digests rapidly. It is recommended that you eat fruit by itself and allow a timeframe of 30 – 60 minutes before you eat other foods.