Fire in the Belly: Cutting Edge Treatments for Digestive Disorders | International Integrative Educational Institute

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Fire in the Belly: Cutting Edge Treatments for Digestive Disorders

Date & Time: 
May 6, 2019 - 5:00pm - 6:30pm (Pacific time)
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You have a waste disposal system in your house and one in your car. Seems like they work pretty well. For once you’d like your digestive waste disposal system to work the way it’s supposed to. Nothing’s ever simple, is it? If your stomach starts to ache after almost every meal, you have awful gas, and you either have diarrhea or are constipated, you might have a bowel disease.

You may not know exactly what indigestion is, but you sure know it when you have it. The term indigestion, or upset stomach, refers to any number of gastrointestinal symptoms. Dyspepsia, the medical term for indigestion, is a catchall term that includes an assortment of digestive problems such as appetite loss, belching, stomach discomfort, gas, bloating and nausea.

The hot type of indigestion, gastritis, or heartburn, involves inflammation or irritation of the inner lining (mucosa) of the stomach. Gastritis can be caused by many factors and, in some cases, may precede ulcer. Heartburn is a burning sensation caused by stomach acid regurgitating into the esophagus. These people often suffer from diarrhea. Remedies include cooling, soothing herbs.

Gastroesophageal reflux disease, or GERD, is a more serious condition. Essentially, it is severe gastritis that affects the esophagus. When the lower esophageal sphincter weakens or relaxes inappropriately, acidic stomach contents can flow back up, or “reflux,” into the esophagus, which does not have a protective barrier against the acid.

According to some estimates, 7 percent of Americans have heartburn daily and 14 percent have it at least once a week. GERD affects about 20 percent of American adults, mostly those in their 40s or older. Men are twice as likely as women to develop esophagitis and nearly 10 times as likely to get Barrett’s esophagus, a more serious condition.

Luckily, you don't have to keep putting up with struggles with belly fire. Join K.P. Khalsa for a webinar that will help you get to the bottom of your gut irritation, and get your body back in balance, using a natural approach.

In this webinar you will learn:

  • How to use natural remedies to manage heartburn and colitis
  • Natural remedies to permanently cool down your indigestion
  • How natural healing can rebuild your digestive system and avoid future attacks

We will give you the tools you need to stop your body's over-the-top, volcano in the stomach responses and get back to the activities you enjoy, with a cool, calm stomach!


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