Some symptoms and conditions associated with low stomach acid:
Dilated capillaries in the cheeks and nose (in non-alcoholics)
Distention after eating
Fingernails that are weak, peeling, and cracked
Hair loss in women
Multiple food allergies
Nausea after taking supplements
Sore or burning tongue
Vitiligo (skin disorder involving white patches)
Source: Slater, PhD, DNM, CHT, RNCP, ROHP, Cobi. Wellness News, August 27, 1012. http://www.DrCobi.com.
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