Health | Wednesday, 01 April 2009

Altaflora Gastrogel: an enzyme based digestion supplement

If you suffer from indigestion, heartburn, constipation or bloating, the underlying cause is often hypomotility. In other words, the gastric tract is moving slowly and therefore digesting slowly. Digestive enzymes in combination with aloe and peppermint oil restore gastric motility.
As you age your body’s gastric motility drops, and this means that your food is not being broken down correctly.
Unfortunately, eating well doesn’t always solve the problem. Just because one is eating well doesn’t mean that the body is getting the nutrients it needs to thrive. In order to benefit from eating well, one’s body has to properly digest and absorb the nutrients from the food eaten.
The human body produces digestive enzymes that break down the food you eat into nutrients. Nutrients are then absorbed into your body through the small intestine. When you are lacking enzymes, your body doesn’t digest properly, and as a result, your body does not absorb the nutrients it needs.
It is incorrect to take anti-acids for long periods of time because acid is needed to digest the food and protect the stomach. Altaflora Gastrogel helps indigestion by restoring gastric motility with a mild anti-acid .
Altaflora Gastrogel Tablets by Alta Care Laboratoires, Paris, is a unique formulation of certified concentrated aloe, essential oils and digestive enzymes, combined with herbs recognised for their soothing and digestive properties. Altaflora Gastrogel Tablets will help you restore your gastric motility.
Altaflora Gastrogel Tablets can be administered daily (1 to 2 tablets a day) for chronic indigestion or even for one-offs, such as a bloated feeling after a heavy meal.
Altaflora Range is made in France. For more information please call on 21312151, send us an email on or visit our website



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