Healthy Digestion Means Feeling Good – Indigestion Means Feeling Bad

July 6, 2013

in BLOGS,Digestion,Energy

6StagesNutrition2013-04-01_1036Healthy digestion means feeling good and indigestion means feeling bad. Do you understand what healthy digestion is and what it takes to have it?

I must admit to you that 30 years ago I did not have a clue about healthy digestion. I did not understand how the digestive tract works and how to keep it healthy.

Years ago when Larry, my husband was about 41 years old, he was installing heavy fireplace inserts alone. Shoving a 400 plus pound item into a fireplace while on your knees is not an easy task. During this time he started having severe trouble with indigestion.

He had what we then called heartburn and severe bloating. We had a lot to learn about digestion and how it was supposed to work.

Dairy2013-04-01_1043He started trying to eat less and lighter but in order to not feel hungry, he was drinking more milk. Milk was something that had never bothered him. Eventually he realized the indigestion was worse after drinking milk. This led him to self-diagnose that he had a problem with milk and dairy products. At that time we had not even heard of being lactose intolerant. He stopped drinking milk altogether and cut back on other dairy consumption which did help somewhat with his discomfort but he still had heartburn and bloating. 


Some of the more common symptoms of indigestion can include all or any of the following:

  • Heartburn
  • Acid reflux
  • GERD
  • Belching
  • Burping
  • Bloating
  • Flatulence
  • Diarrhea
  • Constipation
  • Upset stomach

Millions of dollars are spent on antacids and acid blocking/inhibitor drugs to treat the symptoms of indigestion. Indigestion can be more than just being uncomfortable. It can be a symptom of more serious health issues with one of the more serious being cancer. 

Before you reach for Tums or Prilesec, stop and think.

The purpose of antacids and acid blocking/inhibitor drugs is just what they say – they block, neutralize or inhibit the natural production of stomach acid. When the natural stomach acid is blocked it does temporarily decrease the discomfort of indigestion but it also slows or almost stops the normal digestive process. When food is not digested properly most of the nutrients are lost or very poorly absorbed.

Here is a brief list of possible side-effects from long term use of antacids or acid blocking/inhibitor drugs:

  • Risk of poor bone health and fractures – low or the lack of stomach acid decreases absorption of important vitamins and minerals such as calcium, magnesium, zinc, iron and vitamin B.
  • Aggravated rebound effect of acid production when use is discontinued – makes the original problem worse in the long term.
  • Higher risk of infections such as pneumonia or “C. Diff” is present especially in those with a compromised immune system.
  • Due to lowered acid production there is an increased risk of food-borne bacteria such as salmonella, listeria, E. coli, botulism or even developing ulcers.  

Digestion2013-04-01_1051What happens to your food as it travels through the digestive tract?

  1. Large pieces of food are broken into smaller pieces and mixed with salvia when you chew your food.
  2. Your salvia contains enzymes that begin to break the food down even more. Did your mother ever tell you to chew your food more thoroughly?
  3. Once your food is in the stomach hydrochloric acid and acid-stable enzymes open up the food particles for further digestion.
  4. Your food is then converted into a semi-fluid paste of partially digested nutrients called chyme.
  5. Once the chyme is in the intestinal tract more enzymes break your food down so the nutrients will be absorbed through the intestinal wall and into the bloodstream.
  6. Those nutrients are then distributed and utilized for energy and cellular support.
  7. What is not absorbed through the intestinal wall is eliminated through the colon.

When digestion is inhibited at any stage your body cannot extract the full nutritional value. 

Your body’s ability to produce the proper acids and enzymes necessary for digestion often slows down as you age. Other causes of slowed digestion can be from drinking too much hot coffee/tea or iced drinks especially those with carbonation. Overeating puts a burden on the digestion process as well as not eating enough raw, unprocessed foods. Food storage and over cooking also lower the natural enzymes in food making them more difficult to digest.

Some common misunderstandings about digestion are:


Many people believe that indigestion is caused from too much stomach acid. They reach for an antacid or acid blocking/inhibitor drug for relief of the burning or uncomfortable feelings often associated with stomach distress. Not enough acid is a much more common cause of indigestion. Food that is only partially digested sits in the stomach too long and putrefies as it slows in its movement through the digestive tract. This putrefaction can cause many of the above mentioned indigestion symptoms.

Enzymes are the key to life. Often lack of proper enzymes either ingested or produced by the body cause symptoms that are considered a specific food allergy or intolerance.

Every food naturally has enzymes if they have not been killed during storage, processing or cooking. When your digestive tract is functioning at optimal level your body is able to produce the enzymes needed to break down different types of food such as dairy, fats, carbohydrates and protein.

At times you may overindulge in the wrong kinds of foods. Or you may eat too fast. Too much food may overburden the supply of digestive enzymes needed to break down your food. 

Lactose is a sugar found in milk and other dairy products. Not enough of the digestive enzyme lactase may cause lactose intolerance. Lactose intolerance can cause abdominal pain, bloating, flatulence, and diarrhea.  


This is where we were – we had no health insurance and did not feel we could afford to go to the doctor and have a bunch of expensive tests. While at the 1984 County Fair Larry was attracted to a booth that sold food supplements. They had some supplements they said would help him with his indigestion. He told me about the products but I did not believe in vitamins or supplements and did not believe we could afford to buy anything so I refused to check it out.

Thanks to my stubbornness, Larry suffered with his indigestion for another whole year. By then I was really concerned about his health so I suggested we go to the County Fair to see if those people were there again. They were and this time I was willing to talk to them about their supplements.

They told me about NeoLife’s Betagest and Enzyme Digestive Aids. These supplements seemed to be exactly like what Larry needed. We signed in as a Distributor just so we could buy at the distributor discount of 25%.

What a difference those 2 products made in Larry’s life! In a matter of about a week he noticed a tremendous difference in his digestive issues. No more heartburn or bloated feelings. He could even eat small amounts of dairy without much discomfort. His life was changed.

Several years later we did find out he had developed a hiatal hernia from lifting those heavy fireplace inserts. Hiatal hernia’s can allow acid to back up into the esophagus which can cause indigestion problems.   


Safe and gentle, NeoLife’s Beta-Zyme addresses the most common problems of digestion. 

  • Based in nature and backed by Science 
  • Safely addresses the causes of digestive troubles, not just the symptoms
  • Stomach targeted hydrochloric acid for relief of uncomfortable and painful indigestion
  • Controlled release 100% plant-sourced, acid stable enzymes 
  • Assists in lactose digestion for the lactose intolerant
  • Non-habit forming 
  • Works within pH of the intestinal tract to enhance digestion and improve nutrient absorption
  • Broad spectrum formula supplies all three enzyme types – proteases, amylases and lipases that support the digestion of carbohydrates, fats and proteins
  • NeoLife’s Beta-Zyme Digestive Aid attacks the cause of digestive discomfort, not just the symptoms.


Those 2 products Betagest and Enzyme Digestive Aids are still sold separately but are also sold together in a convenient box of 30 packets called Beta-Zyme

3522_betazyme_smClick here to place you order right now to have relief from your uncomfortable digestive problems without having to resort to harmful antacids or acid blocking/inhibiting drugs. Don’t wait a whole year like I made Larry do.

Watch for an upcoming article explaining more about enzymes, probiotics and other digestive issues.

Things I’ve learned and want to share with you.

Pat Moon


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PatIMG_8971  Pat shares the things she has learned about nutrition.

Pat has been married to the same man for 52 years, is the mother of 3 adult children, and grandma to 8 grandchildren.  Growing up in the country gave her a head start to living a healthy lifestyle.  This grandma became interested in nutrition as a mother and for the past 27 plus years she has specialized in teaching others the importance of good nutrition.  Challenges along the road have been many; her father overcoming congestive heart failure with nutrition, her husband's battle with GERD and avoiding a major heart attack, her daughter's battle with a brain tumor, her grandson beating Hodgkin's Lymphoma, her mother's stage 4 lung cancer, her mom-n-law's dementia, and others.  Her goal is to share with others the things she has learned and is still learning about having the BEST REAL HEALTH possible. 


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1 Robin Strohmaier August 11, 2013 at 6:13 pm

What a great article on what could be perceived as a delicate subject. So many do not realize how important a good digestive system is. Thank you for sharing your knowledge!


2 Pat Moon September 1, 2013 at 9:59 am

Hi Robin,

Digestion is so important.. I must talk about it, delicate or not! I appreciate your visit to this delicate topic as well as you support and comment.

Be healthy, Pat


3 Lorii Abela August 6, 2013 at 1:32 pm

Quite helpful information! There is really such thing as food intolerance. Do you happen to have your own food intolerance as well?


4 Pat Moon August 31, 2013 at 4:25 pm

Hi Lorii,

Yes, there is such a thing as food intolerances but when you really analysis most food intolerances, it is either because the food has been modified or something is not functioning as it should in the digestive system. I personally do not have any food intolerances that I know of but I do supplement my digestive tract with whole food digestive supplements in order to keep it on track.

Stay healthy, Pat


5 Carl Mason-Liebenberg August 6, 2013 at 3:08 am

Digestion is the heart of yur health! Any of these signs you mentioned are red flags that need proper, natural attention not just a bandaide remedy! it is crucial!


6 Pat Moon August 31, 2013 at 3:21 pm

Hi Carl,

Right on! The bandaide approach usually leads to more serious problems.

Blessings to your health, Pat


7 Carele Belanger August 5, 2013 at 6:27 pm

Oh yes it is so important to have an healthy digestion! thank you for this wonderful information.


8 Pat Moon August 29, 2013 at 6:11 pm

Hi Carele,

Thanks for visiting my blog.

Good health to you, Pat


9 Katrina August 5, 2013 at 5:50 pm

Great post. Most people don't realize how important your digestive system really is. It plays such a critical part in your health. Thank you Pat for sharing all this great information! 


10 Pat Moon August 29, 2013 at 6:10 pm

Hi Katrina,

I appreciate your support of my information and good health.

Good health to you, Pat


11 Meire Weishaupt August 5, 2013 at 12:22 pm

Thanks for the informative post, it is good to learn why we don't feel good and what to do to get better. I prefer to avoid medicine, then it is good to know how to have good nutrition!


12 Pat Moon August 29, 2013 at 6:02 pm

Hi Meire,

You are so wise to try to avoid medicine (drug type). Using a more natural approach is so much better. Whole food sources of nutrition are the very best.

Be healthy, Pat


13 Daniele Holmberg August 5, 2013 at 12:15 am

What a great article about indigestion! Thank you! I always learn something nw when reading your articles.


14 Pat Moon August 29, 2013 at 5:54 pm

Hi Daniele,

Thanks for stopping by and learning from my articles. I appreciate your following.

Stay healthy, Pat


15 Norma Doiron @Explode Your BIZ Online August 3, 2013 at 8:00 am

Jeepers Pat. What great info on indigestion and all those goodies… joking! Yuk! I have been taking anti-reflux meds for the last 20 years, got me on the relief pace but I know that long-term there are consequences. The thing is now it's not possible to stop without feeling horrible. You're so right.


16 Pat Moon August 29, 2013 at 5:53 pm

Hi Norma,

Yes, it is very difficult to stop taking the anti-reflux meds. Something you can do is supplement with NeoLife Betagest and Enzymes on top of the anti-reflux meds. They will help prevent some of the long term damage of the meds. Also drinking the Neo-Life Aloe Vera Plus can be very healing. Another way of easing off the meds is to eat very carefully so as to not eat anything that causes the reflux. I know it’s not nearly as fun as being able to eat everything you want but is usually the best way. I will be happy to hold your hand through the process.

Be healthy, Pat


17 Cindy Taylor August 1, 2013 at 6:06 pm

Great information….and sometimes the underlying problem is easily solved when we know what to look for….thanks for educating us about it all! Very helpful!


18 Pat Moon August 29, 2013 at 5:46 pm

Hi Cindy,

I’m so happy you found the article educational and helpful. Education is key to staying healthy.

Thanks for your comment. Pat


19 Carolyn Hughes August 1, 2013 at 3:05 pm

I seem to be fortunate in having no digestion problems, but I do put that down to a healthy diet. I do agree that there seem to be many remedies available that people rely on instead of looking at the cause. Your natural health remedies are a much better option!


20 Pat Moon August 29, 2013 at 5:44 pm

Hi Carolyn,

You are very fortunate to have no digestion problems and you are correct it is probably because you eat a healthy diet. I never had that many problems until my late 50’s and as I went through my 60’s I noticed some very minor ones but not many. I do now use just a maintenance level of digestive supplements which keeps everything on an even keel.

Wishing you the very best health. Pat


21 Barbara Becker August 1, 2013 at 3:00 pm

Yes, Pat, although I've never had indigestion problems (except for one time eating my ex-husband's delicious turkey stuffing at Thanksgiving), I totally believe in digestive enzymes. The enzymes help us to extract as much nutrients from our food as possible. Great post!


22 Pat Moon August 29, 2013 at 5:39 pm

Hi Barbara,

Sounds like that turkey stuffing incident may have been food poisoning which of course can be that the right bacteria was missing in the stomach to protect against those incidents. Of course, eating too much can be bad as well. The food poisoning thing can really be miserable. You must have a healthy diet and be in relatively good health to not have indigestion problems. Keep it up.

To your good health, Pat


23 Marvia July 31, 2013 at 6:26 pm

I love how you explain complex process with simple terms and images – though I nearly lost my appetite reading, but you've given me something more to think about.  To really care about my body, to listen to what it's telling me.  Time to take the next level of health and longevity.


24 Pat Moon August 13, 2013 at 3:42 pm

Hi Marvia,

Sorry to have caused you to lose your appetite. Yes, it is so important to work with our body using the right tools. It does take you to the next level of health and longevity.

Take care of yourself. Pat


25 Susan Schiller July 31, 2013 at 6:00 pm

After I hit the button, I also started re-reading your article, Pat… and I'm simply amazed at the wealth of information here…. I love it!


26 Susan Schiller July 31, 2013 at 5:58 pm

Indigestion problems are no fun at all! I used to enjoy good digestation, rarely even taking a thought to what I put into my body… and then, all of the sudden, I was bloated and having problems with gas and heartburn! It was so unusual!

I didn't have health insurance either, nor a lot of money for supplements, so I just started drinking a a little bit of apple cider vinegar and raw honey a couple times a day. The extra enzymes seemed to do the trick and I haven't had a problem since.

It's hard to even imagine your husband lifting 400 lbs from his knees…. oh dear! It seems impossible, to me!!! Dangerous work, wow!


27 Pat Moon August 13, 2013 at 3:40 pm

Hi Susan,

Thank you for sharing the natural remedy with apple cider vinegar and raw honey. It is amazing the healthy tools God gives us to be healthy and how they are so often abused and overlooked.

My husband is an amazing man. He is so good at using common sense and wisdom to figure out how to do the impossible. I’ve seen it many, many times. The problem has been that he often tries to do a little too much which has caused injuries to his body.

Thanks for reading my blog. Pat


28 Carla J Gardiner July 31, 2013 at 1:17 pm

You point #2 – "Your salvia contains enzymes that begin to break the food down even more. Did your mother ever tell you to chew your food more thoroughly?" is right on. Once I learned that our saliva contains enzymes that can not be made anywhere else I began researching more. I slowed down when eating, chewing until my food was pulverized. I noticed several things, one I tasted my food and savored each bite. Secondly I got full faster and finally my acid reflux and indigestion disappeared almost over night. Great article, Pat.


29 Pat Moon August 13, 2013 at 3:34 pm

Hi Carla,

Isn’t it amazing how we often bring misery on ourself when we don’t do what our mother told us to do. It is wonderful you found that slowing down and chewing your food more thoroughly solved your acid reflux and also curbed your appetite.

People need to realize! Pat


30 MamaRed July 31, 2013 at 9:47 am

Wowser Pat, what an in depth on point article! Good digestive activity isn't something I was blessed with (in fact, had an ulcer at 16!), so this article helps me take next steps toward making this part of my life better.

Thanks bunches



31 Pat Moon August 13, 2013 at 3:30 pm

Hi MamaRed,

Good digestion is a blessing. It is also something you can work to improve with the right tools. I’m hoping you will make the right choices in the tools you give your body to work with.

Have a wonderful week, Pat


32 Jackie Harder July 31, 2013 at 8:22 am

What an informative piece! I have had acid issues virtually my entire adult life. And the older I get, the more important the whole digestive thing becomes. Thanks for the info!


33 Pat Moon August 13, 2013 at 3:28 pm

Hi Jackie,

So glad you found my blog to be informative. Yes, digestive issues will get worse as you age unless you take very positive, natural action to turn things around.

Take care. Pat


34 sheila gallant-halloran July 31, 2013 at 7:37 am

good stuff


35 Pat Moon August 13, 2013 at 3:26 pm

Hi Sheila,

Thanks for stopping by.

Stay healthy, Pat


36 Roslyn Tanner Evans July 30, 2013 at 6:41 pm

I love how simple you make it sound. Sharing your personal story was a bonus as I got to know more about you. Anytime I say I have indigestion or a pain or a headache, my wonderful hubby asks me if I want  Pepto Bismo or Aleve. My answer is always the same- No Thank You. I want my body to self regulate naturally & thes distresses occur infrequently. Your blog supports what I intuitively knew about anti acids, etc. Thanks


37 Pat Moon August 13, 2013 at 3:25 pm

Hi Roslyn,

You are very smart to say ‘no’ to the over the counter symptom cover uppers. Our bodies are amazing when we give them the tools to heal. That is the reason for the all natural whole food based supplements that help fill the gaps to guarantee complete nutrition.

Listen to your intuitions. Pat


38 Moira Hutchison July 30, 2013 at 4:02 pm

Excellent information here – thanks Pat!  I agree that food intolerance is a message of wisdom from your body rather than a "symptom" that needs to be drowned out by an anti-acid of some sort!


39 Pat Moon August 13, 2013 at 2:37 pm

Hi Moira,

Yes, we need to listen to our body rather than drowning the symptom with some drug. There are better ways. That is what led me to be a distributor for Neo-Life products.. they are so superior to over the counter drugs and most prescription drugs.. a natural way of taking care of issues.

Thanks for the comment. Pat


40 Rob July 30, 2013 at 1:36 pm

intersting, i was told there are no alternatives to a highatetal hernia that causes heartburn besides nexium or other drugs.


41 Pat Moon August 13, 2013 at 2:13 pm

Hi Rob,

Usually that is what the medical profession will tell you but my husband’s issues prove otherwise. The Neo Life Betagest is an absolute help and I also suggest also taking Neo-Life Aloe Vera Plus a couple times a day. I believe you will experience relieve from the heartburn caused from the hiatel hernia plus the Aloe Vera will help with healing. Nexium and other such drugs are not good for long term use.

Take care of your self, Pat



42 Solvita July 30, 2013 at 1:30 pm

Such a great blog you have Pat. I learn so much from it. Appreciate your knowledge and generousity in sharing it. Good digestion is what keeps us healthy and slim too!


43 Pat Moon August 13, 2013 at 2:01 pm

Hi Solvita,

Yes, you are correct. People often wonder why they cannot lose weight.. most often if they correct their digestive problems so they utilize the nutrients from the food they eat it is easier to control their weight.

I appreciate your commitment to read my blog.

Have great health, Pat


44 Christy Garrett @ Uplifting Families July 30, 2013 at 1:25 pm

Pat this is excellent information.  I know that medications can also cause some of your digestive problems. So if you take daily medications for your ailments, you should make sure that they aren't causing digestive issues that you have to counterbalance.


45 Pat Moon August 2, 2013 at 8:39 pm

Hi Christy,

Yes, medications can be a big problem for healthy digestion. That is the reason I try to help people with healthy food choices and supplements that can help eliminate the need for so many medications.

Blessings to you, Christy.

Sharing the things I have learned.



46 Yvonne Brown July 30, 2013 at 9:39 am

Food allergies seem to be very prevalent in the news these days.  Have you read the book about eating for your blood type?  I haven't yet, but I am interested.

Yvonne Brown


47 Pat Moon August 2, 2013 at 8:35 pm

Hi Yvonne,

I have heard of the book about eating for your blood type but have not read it. I’m actually not too much for fad type special diets. I believe using common sense, moderation, eating a variety of whole foods, staying away from processed foods, and taking whole food supplements to fill the gaps. Food allergies for the most part can be avoided with a healthy digestive tract.

Thanks for your comment.

Sharing the things I have learned



48 Kathy Robinson July 30, 2013 at 1:20 am

Thank you for this great post Pat. I used to have GERD (we call it GORD) in Australia. Twelve months ago I had a gastric sleeve operation (3/4 of my stomach removed) and what a difference it has made. I've gone from 12 different medications every day to only 3. And because of my stomach size, I now have to eat healthily to make sure I get all the nutrients.


49 Pat Moon July 31, 2013 at 9:14 pm

Oh, my, Kathy,

I am so sorry you had to go through that surgery but am happy you have been able to reduce the medications you were having to take previously.. that is very good news. Yes, it is important you eat healthy so as to get all your necessary nutrients. Do you take supplements? I would suggest that you supplement so as to guarantee good daily nutrition. I will be happy to help you determine the best to take.. email me at

Blessings to you,



50 tomholmberg378799134 July 29, 2013 at 5:18 pm

I loved your science based approach to this topic. Great info for loosing weight as well


51 Pat Moon July 31, 2013 at 9:07 pm

Hi Tom,

All the supplements I work with are based in science and nature so they are totally compatible with our body. You are absolutely right, when we have proper digestion, it will help with maintaining proper weight.

Thanks for reading the things I have shared about what I’ve learned.



52 Alexandra McAllister July 29, 2013 at 5:14 pm

Thanks for sharing such an informative post, Pat.  I've eliminated a lot of food from my diet and it sure has helped me feel better…and lose "baby fat."  I've also discovered that I was allergic to pineapple.  We must pay attention to our body!


53 Pat Moon July 31, 2013 at 9:02 pm

Thanks for your comment, Alexandra. When eliminating foods from your diet, make sure you are still getting the nutrients you need to stay healthy. You are correct, we must pay attention to what is going on with our bodies. Sometimes it is a breakdown of proper digestive acids and enzymes that are causing a problem with certain foods.

Sharing the things I have learned, Pat.


54 Liz Bigger July 29, 2013 at 2:53 pm

What a great post!  As we get older I think we don't realize when we really feel "bad"!  I have a really high tolerance for pain and it has only been recently that I have really paid attention to how I feel day to day! I hate it, but I have indigestion quite often.  I am allergic to seafood and strawberries (as have to go to the hospital)…wonder what is doing this to me now…keep ya posted!


55 Pat Moon July 31, 2013 at 8:58 pm

Hi Liz,

It sounds as though you may need to supplement with good digestive aids such as I suggested in my article. Did the allergies to seafood and strawberries happen all of a sudden or have they been life long? Keep me posted. I’ll be happy to discuss this with you further. Send me an email or I can call you and discuss it.

Blessings to you, Pat


56 Anne Allen July 29, 2013 at 2:40 pm

What a great read, Pat! I recently discovered that I have food intolerances of my own and when I eliminate them, I feel better! Thank you so much!


57 Pat Moon July 31, 2013 at 8:50 pm

Hello Anne,

You are wise to listen to your body when certain foods cause problems. Keep in mind that some of those problems could be caused from a lack of proper acid and enzyme production rather that the food so you may need supplementation of digestive acids and enzymes. Also when eliminating some food groups, it is important to keep a balance of nutrients in your diet.

I appreciate your comment, support, and allowing me to share the things I have learned.

Blessings, Pat


58 Sharon O'Day July 29, 2013 at 9:47 am

Such an important topic, Pat!  I recently talked to a friend about how — now that people are finally asking more questions about the overzealous prescribing of cholesterol-lowering drugs and actually getting frightened away from them — the new "dysfunction of choice" is heartburn … or GERD … or whatever you want to call it.  Every other ad seems to be for free samples of some prescription (or over-the-counter) meds.  Thanks for the clarity!


59 Pat Moon July 31, 2013 at 8:43 pm

Sharon, I’m so happy to have answered and clarified some of your questions about ‘heartburn’ – ‘GERD’ – etc. Yes, it does seem the drug companies are over zealous about pushing their so called solutions on the public. It is important to understand what is going on in order to make wise choices.

Thanks for allowing me to share the things I have learned, Pat


60 Oluwaseun Babajide July 29, 2013 at 9:03 am

You are so right Pat. healthy digestion surely means feeling good


61 Pat Moon July 31, 2013 at 8:38 pm

Oluwaseun, thank you for your support and comment.

..just sharing what I have learned, Pat


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