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Aloe Vera for Digestive Problems

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    You have probably heard that aloe vera can help with any of Digestive Problems. However, the truth is that only the purest, most potent, aloe vera will have a
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      You have probably heard that aloe vera can help with any of Digestive
      Problems. However, the truth is that only the purest, most potent,
      aloe vera will have a noticeable effect on your life.

      Digestive problems such as:

      - IBD (Crohn's Disease and Ulcerative Colitis)
      - IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome)
      - Food sensitivities
      - Peptic ulcers
      - GORD/GERD (Gastro-Oesophageal Reflux Disease)

      1. IBD (Inflammatory Bowel Disease)

      If you suffer from IBD then you may be all too familiar with the
      uncomfortable symptoms both Crohn's disease and Ulcerative Colitis can
      cause. From abdominal pain, fatigue and diarrhea right through to
      nausea and rectal bleeding, you may feel like you never want to leave
      the house and face the outside world.

      2. IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome)

      If you suffer from Irritable Bowel Syndrome you have probably been
      suffering from diarrhea and constipation, perhaps alternating between
      the two. You have probably also found this leads to and causes
      uncomfortable symptoms such as abdominal pain, bloating, and sharp
      pains inside your rectum.

      3. Food Sensitivities

      Living with a food sensitivity can be a frustrating and depressing
      experience.

      Constantly checking the ingredients of everything you eat to make sure
      you do not ingest anything that could give you stomach cramps, nausea
      or diarrhea can be disheartening experience.

      Eating out at restaurants becomes very difficult and you find yourself
      sticking to a plain, boring diet.

      4. Peptic Ulcers

      Eighty percent of gastric ulcers and 90% of duodenal ulcers are caused
      by the bacterium Helicobacter Pylori. Other factors are stress,
      smoking, caffeine, alcohol, non-steroid-anti-inflammatory drugs
      (NSAIDs), hydrochloric acid and pepsin.

      If you are living with ulcers then you are probably experiencing some
      of the most common symptoms which include a gnawing, burning pain in
      your abdomen between your breastbone and your navel.

      5. GORD/GERD

      Gastro-oesophageal Reflux Disease is a condition which allows gastric
      acids to reflux into the food pipe causing heartburn, acid indigestion
      and possible injury to the oesophageal lining.

      If you suffer from GORD/GERD then you may feel hoarseness in the
      morning or have trouble swallowing - feeling like you have food stuck
      in your throat or your throat is tight.

      Regards,
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