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Welcome to another exciting episode of Saturday Strategy!

Gastric acid is one of the main secretions of the stomach. It consists mainly of hydrochloric acid and acidifies the stomach content to a pH of 1 to 2. Also, it acts as a barrier against microorganisms to prevent infections and is important for the digestion of food.

Hydrochloric acid activates pepsinogen into the enzyme pepsin, which then helps digestion by breaking the bonds linking amino acids, a process known as proteolysis. In addition, many microorganisms have their growth inhibited by such an acidic environment, which is helpful in preventing infection.

Once we reach the age of 50, the stomach produces less and less hydrochloric acid every year. In such conditions, there is greater risk of infections of the digestive tract (such as infection with Vibrio or Helicobacterbacteria).

Today, we’ll be making a concoction that we can include in our daily meals to help build our stomach acid.


– 1 Lemon
– 3 Knuckles of Ginger (peeled)
– 1/2 Teaspoon of Regular Sea Salt


– Pickle the Ginger
– Add the Juice of a Full Lemon
– Add the Sea Salt and Mix

Eat this before your meals!


LemonLemon helps to prevent diabetes, constipation, high blood pressure, fever, indigestion and many other problems, as well as improving the skin, hair, and teeth. Studies conducted at the American Urological Association highlight the fact that lemonade or lemon juice can eliminate the occurrence of kidney stones by forming urinary citrate, which prevents the formation of crystals.


Ginger is a must-have if you struggle with indigestion, and it does more than simply relieve pain. Ginger helps to stimulate the emptying of your stomach gingerwithout any negative effects,13 and it’s an antispasmodic agent, which may explain its beneficial effects on your intestinal tract. Additionally, ginger inhibits H. pylori, which may help prevent ulcers, while also protecting gastric mucosa.

Sea Salt

Sea salt naturally helps you to build up a strong immune system so that you can fight off the cold virus, the fever and flu, allergies and other autoimmune disorders. It also alkalizes the body, as it can help you to prevent and reverse high levels of acids in the body, which in turn eliminates the risks for serious and life-threatening diseases.

Have you been dealing with intense sugar cravings, brain fog, fatigue, digestion issues, and anxiety or depression? It could be candida overgrowth.

Christa Orecchio has spent years and years researching the best way to get rid of candida so you can live the vibrant life that you deserve! There will be 5 hours worth of recordings in total.

The recordings/presentations cover all parts of digestion including candida, leaky gut syndrome, parasites, mold and fungus. This amazing eCourse also address healing the entire person by repairing the adrenal glands, healing the the thyroid (hormonal balance), boosting liver and kidney function, and balancing brain chemistry. This cleanse also covers the emotional roots of candida and other health-related issues.

Always remember, we’re in this together!


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