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Vitamins Can Help Regulate Stomach Acid

Dieticians recommend vitamin supplements to control stomach acid now that Zantac is recalled and off of the market

Saturday, February 27, 2021 - Dieticians and doctors are now recommending that people with heartburn and acid reflux who can no longer find their preferred brand of medicine change their diet and add vitamins and other supplements. Doctors also recommend that those who can no longer find Zantac take quick-acting antacids that may offer temporary relief. Fast-acting antacids include over-the-counter Maalox, Mylanta, Rolaids, and Tums.

Individuals have developed stomach, bladder, colon, and other cancer allegedly by taking Zantac contaminated with NDMA. Many are filing lawsuits that charge Sanofi, the maker of Zantac, of failing to warn them of what they knew or were obligated to know about Zantac deteriorating to form the compound. The FDA has recalled and banned the sale of all types of ranitidine including the best-selling Zantac. The government health agency fears Zantac may have expired on the shelf due to high temperatures that may have changed their chemical structure into a carcinogen. cites recently published research that indicates that taking regular doses of vitamin supplements can help balance stomach acid, helping to alleviate heartburn and acid reflux pain. According to Health Line, "Some research suggests that B vitamins, including folate, riboflavin, and vitamin B6, may help treat acid reflux. One study found that increased intake of several B vitamins was associated with a lower risk of reflux esophagitis, a condition characterized by inflammation in the esophagus often caused by acid reflux. What's more, greater intakes of folate and vitamin B6 were linked to a lower risk of esophagus cancer and a condition called Barrett's esophagus, both of which are potential complications of long-term GERD." This is great news as most vitamins mentioned above are easily available at drug stores or supermarkets.

Taking vitamins may not only help alleviate heartburn pain but can also increase energy levels leading to exercising more. One of the easiest ways to exercise more is to download a Steps app on a smartphone and walk ten thousand steps every day. Walking every day and eating double the fruits and vegetables that you ordinarily would have puts a person on the right trajectory to naturally eliminating the need for Zantac or other antacid medicines.

As previously mentions, Zantac and other forms of ranitidine were removed from the market because online drug testing pharmacy Valisure discovered levels of carcinogenic NDMA orders of magnitude greater than the 96 NGS per table that the FDA had established as the safe threshold. People allege that taking Zantac regularly and for many years has caused cancer of the stomach, bladder, colon, intestines, prostate, breast, and many other forms of the disease. NDMA is a compound believed to be benign in low doses but can multiply to carcinogenic levels due to high drug storage temperatures or when it interacts with nitrates in the stomach. Nitrates are meat preservatives found, ironically, in the food that causes us to reach for a Zantac in the first place.

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