Food sensitivitiesStop eating known offending foods and drinks completely for just three months then try to reintroduce. Especially Gluten Intolerance - wheat or oat bran.
Low digestive enzymes and/or low stomach acidTake the enzymes for a week or two and see if symptoms go away. If so, then take the enzymes on an on-going basis. Don’t take them all the time — only when the stomach problems arise.
heartburn, gas, or bloating, simply take a teaspoonful of lemon juice or apple cider vinegar. If your
problem clears up, it means you don’t have enough stomach acid.
Take Betaine hydrochloride (most products will have Betaine HCl on the label) to normalize your
stomach acid levels
Usually both enzymes and betain will contain in same tablet.
Infection- H. pylori
First, eliminate any stress you can. Reduce — or eliminate — your intake of coffee, soft drinks, and alcohol. Also avoid NSAIDs.
Next, take a combination of cabbage juice and cayenne pepper three times a day on an empty stomach for 7-10 days.
Take a supplement called mastic gum eaither chewing or wafer 1,000 to 2,000 mg of mastic gum a day. It heals the stomach lining and, at the same time, gives immediate relief of the symptoms. Amazingly, it can even reverse the damage done by NSAIDs.