MALIC ACID by Health Equations
...is an excellent source of acid for digestion
Sufficient stomach acid is essential to our health, yet low stomach acid is very common, especially as we age. Telltale signs of low stomach acid are:
- Loss of a taste for meat or feeling badly from eating meat.
- Heartburn or acid/esophageal reflux; the valve between the stomach and esophagus that prevents reflux does not close unless there is sufficient stomach acid.
- Burping and/or upper abdominal tightness shortly after eating.
Low stomach acid contributes to poor mineral, protein and nutrient absorption, overgrowth of unwanted bacteria in the bowel and stomach, and consequently to bowel inflammation, stomach cancers, arthritis, asthma and more.
Malic Acid is a naturally occurring fruit acid.
Benefits of Malic Acid by Health Equations
- Malic Acid is an excellent source of acid for digestion. HEq Malic Acid is more effective than Betaine HCl.
- Malic Acid provides two additional benefits: it increases energy and stamina and binds heavy metals, especially aluminum.
- Malic Acid is a powerful chelator of aluminum, specifically aluminum in the nervous system. It is used to reduce symptoms
of Alzheimer’s, senile dementia, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), multiple sclerosis, fibromyalgia, muscular dystrophy
and chronic fatigue.
- Malic Acid provides more than twice as much acid as the equivalent amount of Betaine HCl, the most commonly used
supplement to supply acid. However, it is more likely that those who benefit from Betaine HCl do so from the increase
in bile flow, that facilitates fat digestion, and not from the acid.
- Take three capsules of Malic Acid by Health Equations each meal. Take during the middle third of each meal.
- A glass of a reconstituted electroLYTES Solution with each meal increases the benefits of Malic Acid capsules. Malic Acid
contributes hydrogen, to hydrochloric acid, while electroLYTES contribute chloride.
- Malic Acid must be taken as capsules. Malic Acid cannot be made in a tablet. Magnesium Malate, often found in tablets,
is often confused with malic acid.
NOTE: Health Equations Malic Acid capsules contain malic acid and a bit of rice flour, as a flow agent.
Other flow agents, such as commonly used magnesium stearate, reduces or eliminates the acid.
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