Why Don’t You Sell Acidoll?

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Mary Asks Dale

Why Don't You Sell Acidoll?

Dale Answers

To me, the product makes little logic in it combinesBetaine HCL and Pepsin with Pancreatin

Betaine HCL to increase acid in stomach

According to NIH.gov Betaine HCl significantly lowered gastric pH by 4.5 (± 0.5) units from 5.2 (± 0.5) to 0.6 (± 0.2) (P < 0.001) during the 30 min interval after administration. The onset of effect of betaine HCl was rapid, with a mean time to pH < 3 of 6.3 (± 4.3) min. The reacidification period was temporary with a gastric pH < 3 and < 4 lasting 73 (± 33) and 77 (± 30) min, respectively. Betaine HCl was well tolerated by all subjects. In healthy volunteers with pharmacologically induced hypochlorhydria, betaine HCl was effective at temporarily lowering gastric pH.

Pepsin is a PH of 1.5 – 1.6 and works in the stomach

And Pancreatin with is a BASE (alkaline) with a  pH 9.0 (Google it) and is never naturally present in the stomach It is delivered into the small intestine after the stomach is done breaking down the food particles and along with the other fluids issued when the stomach squirts the liquid food (Chime) has to neutralize the acid because after the stomach the balance of the transit of nutrient and waste has to be a bit alkaline.

I recommend pancreatic enzymes be consumed thirty minutes prior to food in order or them to pass peacefully through the stomach leading in the small intestine and be ready for the food after the stomach is done with its job.

So Below are the two products to consume

To increase stomach acid

Betaine Hydrochloric Acid (HCL), 325 mg., 100 Capsules

 

In increase Pancreatin in small intestine

Pancreatin Enzymes, 325 mg, 1,000 Capsules

 

How to calculate needed enzymes

Question: How many pancreatic enzymes should I take with each meal?

 

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