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For any who have suffered through a sleepless night due to excess stomach acid or indigestion, an acidic stomach can be a great cause of pain, distress, and discomfort. Next time, before reaching for potentially harmful antacids, consider eating foods that decrease stomach acids. A change in diet may ease that which ails you!

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The many positive health benefits of Aloe Vera have been a subject of study for years. Aloe Vera is used as an active ingredient in sunscreens, burn ointments, balms, lotions and numerous cosmetics. The ample amount of amino acids, enzymes, and other active compounds found in the plant’s gel make it a natural antiseptic, astringent, and an overall wellness aid. Application of Aloe Vera can speed the healing time of types of burns, cuts, rashes, scrapes, and lesions, and even benefit other conditions such as digestion.

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Aloe Vera vs Apple Cider Vinegar

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Poor dietary habits combined with poor food quality are just one side effect of modern life that has resulted in digestive issues for many people. One response by consumers is that they have increasingly become aware of what they eat. With it, the demand for better food, organic and free of preservatives, has increased. Two types of organically produced foods to consider, Aloe Vera vs. apple cider vinegar, have grown in popularity over the past decades. This in part is due to the benefits of each in supporting healthy digestion.

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The History of Aloe Vera

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The origin and history of Aloe Vera from its founding in ancient times to the present day is a remarkable story. The serrated edged, succulent, perennial plant, is part of the lily family (Liliaceac) and specie of the Aloe genus. Its full botanical name is Aloe barbadensis miller, and the Latin translation for Aloe Vera literally means “true aloe,” most likely to distinguish it from the other 500 or so species found in the lily family. The Aloe genus evolutionary history in general is not that well understood and, until recently, Aloe Vera’s actual origins were viewed as somewhat mysterious and often a source of debate among researchers.

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Over the past several years, the connection between gut health and mental health has been reported in leading medical journals and health-related magazines. Referred to as the gut-brain axis, the topic has become one of fascination for researchers. Studies have increasingly indicated that gut health can influence your brain to the degree that it affects your mood, how you think, and can even affect your behavior.

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