Do Not Skip Your Meals

Do Not Skip Your Meals

By Urvi Shah  on: 27 January 2017
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The pH of the stomach is between 1 to 3. Matlab ? It is approx as acidic as the Battery Acid. Oh my gosh, is that why we are prone to ACIDITY ?

Yes and then when Acidity pe dhyaan nahi diya (if kept unchecked) toh it leads to GASTRITIS.

Aur phir Gastritis pe bhi dhyaan nahi diya (if kept unchecked) toh leads to ULCER.

Arey ! Ab toh dhyaan do !! (buck-up now atleast) warna (or else) it will lead to PEPTIC ULCER.

Aur agar ab bhiiiii nahi sudhrey, toh ....... Bhagwan bachae... (only God can save us)

Toh kya karein (then what should we do ???)

NIP - IT - IN - THE - BUD - Don't give a chance to Acidity. And how do we keep Acidity at bay?

By making sure, that the acid in the stomach gets neutralized. That's why I always tell all my clients, time and again, please, please, please

"DO NOT SKIP YOUR MEALS." Ab bhi nahi samjhe ???

P.S - It means you need to be regular with your meals and eat on time.




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