Causes of low stomach acid - gut health, reflux, heartburn, nutrient absorption

Do you wonder how or why you have low stomach acid?⁠

The simple answer is that something has affected the gastric mucosa which in turn has resulted in low stomach acid secretion. ⁠

Some research suggests that acid blockers are simply masking the underlying issues, not helping with them. ⁠
(National Institutes of Health)⁠

Yes, there is such a thing as "stress-induced gastritis", which weakens the mucosa. ⁠

One might also wonder that since the mucosa is key to nutrient absorption, does that mean that is what is causing a lack of zinc and vitamin B in the system? ⁠

We like to aggressively coat the esophagus, stomach, small and large intestine with MucoSave® which calms, soothes, repairs, and rebuilds the mucosa. We like to have people load up on between 800 mg and 1200 mg daily of MucoSave®. While loading up on the MucoSave®, we also like to focus on motility issues so that we can then have people start loading up on the ImmunoLin® (immunoglobulins) that have been shown to bind to and eliminate H. pylori and other pathogens. We suggest 8 grams per day of ImmunoLin® for 30 days and then 4 grams per day for another 30 days after that.⁠

We like protocols that hit the full scope of help a person may need for complex problems. ⁠

You may find MucoSave® and ImmunoLin® in various products and protocols offered by Silver Fern™ Brand.⁠

If you have questions, please send us a DM on Instagram @silverfernbrand, or visit for our protocols.

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