gastric juice

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Synonyms for gastric juice

digestive secretions of the stomach glands consisting chiefly of hydrochloric acid and mucin and the enzymes pepsin and rennin and lipase

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Bile and pancreatic digestive juices mix with more enzymes secreted by the wall of your small intestine.
the bones of the bird Never enough digestive juices to leach the crime
I came off with a light sentence: No coffee, tea, chocolate or spicy food until my digestive juices come to their senses and stop rushing up my esophagus, where they have no business.
But what many people don't know is that drinking during the meal dilutes the digestive juices and makes the meal more difficult to digest.
An inherited condition with no cure, cystic fibrosis affects the cells that produce mucus, sweat and digestive juices.
This stimulates your digestive juices and stomach acid in preparation for dinner and can also help avoid some digestive issues that can occur after the meal.
In order to benefit from the small amounts of B12 in food, the stomach secretes digestive juices that increase its absorption in the small intestine.
Replace with wholegrains (barley, wholegrain rice, wholemeal flour, quinoa, spelt) and natural sugars (local or Manuka honey) STEP 2: Drink filtered water, at least eight glasses daily, although not with meals as this dilutes the digestive juices.
But they don't address the anatomical problem at the core of acid reflux: a defective sphincter valve between the esophagus and the stomach that allows some of the stomach's acidic digestive juices to backflow into the esophagus.
Oils that stimulate the digestive juices are the most active ingredients of digestive herbs.
Caffeine increases secretions of saliva and digestive juices.
The team knew that caffeine was likely to stimulate tear glands, since it is known to increase other secretions, such as saliva and digestive juices.
According to studies, digestive juices released in the absence of food during fasting begin to break down and affect the lining of the stomach that can result in foul odour that smells like stale food.
If there is a weakening of this area, then it ceases to function properly and allows digestive juices to flow the wrong way.