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GERD/Heartburn caused by insulin resistance? - Anderson - 04-01-2015 03:52 AM

Stomach Acid & Hunger
Introduction

It is not uncommon for individuals to occasionally feel hungry, weak and shaky or develop a ‘sour stomach’ between meals. Sometimes these symptoms can be so intense that it wakes them from their sleep. The symptoms quickly resolve after eating a snack. Their rapid improvement with food is understandably interpreted as a sign they must have “low blood sugar”.

In spite of the fact these symptoms often improve with food, they have little to do with our biological need for nutrients or energy. What you are about to learn is that these symptoms are due to an abnormal buildup of stomach acid due to poor functioning of your stomach and intestinal tract or a drop in brain blood pressure and oxygen levels (discussion of this topic is discussed under Lightheadedness, Headaches and Fatigue).

Whole article here:
http://www.nemechekconsultativemedicine.com/?page_id=1289