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You’ve spent your whole adult life watching what you eat. One favorite food has too many calories. The next is too high in fat or sodium. Or maybe you just can’t handle spicy foods any more. The list is endless.
Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to indulge yourself once in a while?
Well, now you can enjoy your favorite foods without suffering. Even if your digestive system has gotten a bit “delicate.”
Here’s how you could start crossing items off your “forbidden foods” list in a matter of days.
Get Your Digestive System Back Into Peak Shape
As you get older, your digestive system begins to wind down. It becomes less efficient. Most people produce less stomach acid. Foods you once digested with ease may start to “give you trouble.”
Here at Best Life Herbals, we saw friends and family members going through this and wondered… There must be a way to keep your digestion running smoothly.
So we did some serious research. The result is Digesta-Sure – a natural supplement to help get your digestive system back into peak shape.
Balance Acid Levels
It may seem like a contradiction, but many mature adults suffer with acid problems. But that burning sensation may not stem just from the acid your stomach makes. Food is a common culprit.
You probably know that spicy foods, and tomato products can trigger acid problems. But a lot of foods you may not suspect are very acidic.
Citrus fruits are another common culprit. So are citrus juices, such as orange and grapefruit. But did you know apples can be even more acidic than some oranges? So can peaches.
In fact, if a food has sugar in it – and fruit is fairly high in sugar – it may lead to acid problems.
Meat and fish are also acidic in nature. So are coffee and soda. Grains, too. And green beans are even more acidic than tomatoes.
Most processed foods can also set off an “acid attack.” In other words, acid problems can lead to avoiding a lot of foods. Including healthy foods.
Fortunately, Nature has a simple way to clam an acid stomach. It’s calcium.
Calcium combines with stomach acid to form calcium chloride, carbon dioxide, and water. This cuts the amount of free hydrogen in your stomach… lowering the acidity.
Acid may be the easiest digestive problem to deal with. But it’s not the only common one.
Calm a “Cranky” Bowel
A surprising number of people suffer with bouts of gas, cramps, loose stools, and/or constipation. You may be fine one moment and doubled over – or racing for the bathroom – the next.
These problems may be caused by the muscles that move food through your digestive system. Normally, these muscles contract in a steady rhythm. If they lose that rhythm, food can’t move through your system normally. The result is bowel trouble.
Once again, you’re in luck. Because peppermint has a calming effect on these muscles.2
In 2014, researchers combed through thousands of studies. They found 9 – with 726 total patients – that looked specifically at peppermint and bowel trouble. All the volunteers suffered with gas, bloating, pain, and/or transit problems.
Five of the studies compared peppermint to a placebo for problems like gas, bloating, constipation, and loose stools. These studies all found people taking peppermint got significant relief that the placebo group didn’t.
Five studies also looked at abdominal pain. Again, peppermint won out.
The doctors found peppermint was safe and effective, with only mild side effects. The main side effect was acid discomfort (which calcium can help control).
Imagine how free you’ll feel when you’re not worried about gas… weighed down by bowels that won’t move… or chained to the bathroom by bowels that move too much.
Improve Digestion of Proteins
You need plenty of protein to build and repair lean muscle. But many mature adults don’t get enough. It may be partly due to the acidic nature of most protein foods. There may be another culprit, too.
As I noted earlier, many people make less stomach acid as they get older. Their bodies may also make fewer digestive enzymes.
The main enzymes that break down protein are called proteases. If you’re short on these enzymes, your body won’t digest proteins well. And that can lead to a slow loss of muscle… and a whole laundry list of health problems.
Nature has an answer for this problem, too. Papaya contains high levels of proteases. And studies show they’re very effective at breaking down tough proteins.4 In fact, they work so well, papaya extracts are used to tenderize beef.
You’ll find papaya – along with calcium and peppermint in Digesta-Sure. But that’s just for starters.
End Embarrassing Gas
When you hear the word “charcoal,” do you think about backyard barbecues? Charcoal can also help with digestive problems. But not just any charcoal will do.
Activated charcoal is a special form of charcoal. It’s been treated to have a lot more surface area than ordinary charcoal. As a result, lots of different substances cling to it. Most notably toxins.
Activated charcoal is so “sticky” to so many toxins, it’s in almost every emergency room… just in case someone swallows something bad.
A number of studies suggest it also absorbs gasses that form during digestion.
In these studies, doctors gave volunteers a meal that would normally lead to large amounts of gas. Then they gave activated charcoal to only some of the group.
They found the folks taking activated charcoal had less bloating and passed less gas. They also had lower levels of hydrogen in their breath after the meal, suggesting their digestive systems were producing less gas.5
If you’re bothered by embarrassing gas, this could be a godsend. And not the only one.
Ease Stomach Pain and Keep Things Moving
Digesta-Sure also contains Aloe vera extract, ginger root, and pomegranate. All 3 have important roles to play in keeping your digestive system in top shape.
For instance, Aloe has a coating effect that helps soothe tender tissues.
Aloe has been a folk remedy for burns and scrapes for countless generations. Now this use is backed up by dozens of studies. Aloe simply promotes faster skin repair.
So it may not be surprising to learn it works for your stomach, too. First, it appears to slow the release of acid into the stomach.6 Then it promotes repair of the stomach lining.
One study looked at 12 volunteers with painful damage to their stomach linings. Doctors gave them small amounts of Aloe vera extract daily. Within months, they had completely recovered. When doctors followed up with them, all the volunteers were still doing fine.
And here’s the kicker: It had been over a year since the volunteers had stopped using Aloe.7
Ginger has a good track record against stomach upset. But it has another effect. It helps move food out of your stomach faster.8
If your digestion has slowed down, ginger can help relieve that bloated feeling you may get after a meal.
Finally, we have pomegranate.
You may know this fruit as an antioxidant powerhouse. Studies show pomegranate helps soothe the digestive tract. It also appears to help block damage to the stomach lining.9
Together, these 7 natural herbs and nutrients offer outstanding digestive defense. They can help you get your digestive tract back into peak shape. And have you enjoying those “lost” favorite foods again.
Get Back in the Game… Absolutely Risk-Free
What foods do you miss the most? Spicy tacos or pastas with tomato sauce? Do you wish you could enjoy an orange again without pain. Or a serving of beans or broccoli without embarrassment?
Whatever your craving, Digesta-Sure could have you enjoying old favorites again. Without pain… without embarrassment… and without risk.
That’s because every bottle of Digesta-Sure comes with peace of mind. The kind of peace of mind you can only enjoy with our exclusive full-year satisfaction guarantee.
Whether you order one bottle, three, or even a dozen, you’re covered for one full year. That’s 12 long months – 365 days – to prove Digesta-Sure for yourself.
We guarantee you’ll be thrilled with the results, or we’ll buy your order back. Even if all you have left are empty bottles. It just doesn’t get any easier than that.
So, the question is this: Do you go on avoiding favorite foods? Paying the price when you do eat them? And suffering with pain or embarrassment?
Or do you give Digesta-Sure a try?
Imagine enjoying favorite meals like you used to. No more picking through menus… no more turning down invitations to dinner… no more boring meals.
With Digesta-Sure, that could be your reality again. And all for about the cost of a daily newspaper.
Don’t wait. Start looking forward to dinnertime again. Discover how Digesta-Sure could make the difference for you.
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Yours in continued good health,
The Best Life Herbals Wellness Team
The statements contained herein have not been evaluated by the US Food and Drug Administration. They are not intended to treat, cure, diagnose or prevent any disease.
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