SAY GOODBYE TO GASTRITIS AND HEARTBURN WITH THIS SIMPLE RICE REMEDY – LEARN HOW TO MAKE IT & HOW TO USE IT!

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Gastritis is very common. It occurs when the lining of your stomach becomes swollen or inflamed. Gastritis is usually mild and resolves without any treatment. However, gastritis can cause pain in the upper part of your abdomen and may lead to a stomach ulcer.


Some simple changes to your lifestyle and  medicines are often all that is required.  Gastritis usually resolves without any problems. However, if not treated properly, gastritis can last a long time or may lead to a stomach ulcer or anaemia.
So, here are the natural remedies to treat your gastritis and also if you're experiencing heartburn.


§  Rice water
A simple solution for treating and preventing gastritis because you can just prepare it in your own kitchen. All you have to do is to pour 400ml water, add 1 cup of rice and boil it. Allow it to boil for 8 minutes and remove it from the heat. In the end, strain the mixture and drink the liquid. Make sure to drink rice water 2 times a day.
§  Fresh cabbage juice
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Cabbage has glutamine that enables to heal the lining of the stomach and reducing the irritation.  Drink 100 ml of fresh raw cabbage juice each morning on an empty stomach.


§  Carrots
Make sure to incorporate carrots in your daily diet since they have powerful anti-inflammatory and diuretic ingredients which will help you reduce the symptoms. All you have to do is to add carrots into your favorite salad or meals.

§  Flaxseed
All you need is a glass of water and a tablespoon of flaxseed. Mix these two ingredients, let the mixture sit for at least 12 hours, strain it and drink it.




What to avoid when having gastritis?
§  Products made from white flour
§  Animal fats, refined oils and margarine
§  Meat, meat products and foods of animal origin (dairy products and eggs)
§  Fast food (snacks, cans, industrial sauces, instant soups, etc.)
§  Alcohol, cigarettes and caffeine

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