Stomach Pain After Eating Help & Advice
This is the first of two posts covering food combing and how and why it works to cure any digestive discomfort and stomach pain you may currently be suffering from.
Ok, so we learned earlier that different foods trigger the release of different types of digestive enzymes. Some of these digestive enzymes will be acidic and some will be alkaline.
We’ve also learned that on their own, each type of enzyme does a great job of breaking food down.
But when both types of digestive enzymes are released at the same time, that’s when digestive problems and stomach pain after eating can develop.
This happens because the alkaline and acids in your stomach basically neutralize each other so neither type of enzyme can do its job properly. The whole digestion of your meal is therefore slowed and your meal does not get broken down properly.
With the acids and alkaline fighting each other in this way your stomach is left with no functioning enzymes to break down the food you’ve just eaten. And it just sits there in your stomach, digesting at a very slow rate, for hours.
The end result is always the same – acid reflux, stomach cramps, bloating, gas, diarrhea, constipation and all manner of digestive disorders and problems.
But if you can discover how to simply combine the right foods then you don’t get the acid and the alkaline mixing in your stomach and cancelling each other out – This in turn will completely stop your digestive discomforts and the pain you suffer after eating.
Food combining is really simple and solves almost all digestive disorders
Food combining is a simple to use method of eating foods so they no longer work against each other when they’re being digested.
Food groups such as proteins, carbohydrates and fats each require totally different digestive enzymes and digestion times so they can be broken down and used by your body.
So food combining works by consuming only those foods which have approximately the same digestion times and use the same type of digestive enzyme to break them down.
It’s all pretty easy really.