MIAMI, Oct. 12, 2018 /PRNewswire/ —Â Praxid, a natural daily multi-supplement to help relieve heartburn and promote digestive health, launched, providing a unique combination of clinically studied ingredients that provide a 360-degree approach to gut health. Praxidâs patented formula contains 10 all-natural ingredients that provide immediate heartburn relief, while helping support, protect and balance the gastrointestinalÂ tract.
According to the American College of Gastroenterology, 60 million Americans experience heartburn at least once a month, and more than 15 million Americans have daily symptoms.
âWhile antacids may provide heartburn sufferers with temporary relief, they block useful acidsâdisrupting the digestive process. Studies have also indicated that long-term use of Proton Pump Inhibitors andÂ H2 blockersÂ may cause nutrient malabsorption and kidney failure,â saidÂ Victor Ortega, Praxid CEO.Â âThrough Praxid, we hope to aid not just millions looking for fast heartburn relief, but to those in search of a safe, natural alternative to improve their overall digestive health.â
The supplement provides a complete approach to gut health based on four key pillars:
- Relief â calcium carbonate, magnesium carbonate and potassium bicarbonate provide fast relief helping to alleviate the pain and discomfort associated with heartburn. Additionally, nutraceuticals d-Limonene and DGL may naturally help counteract the unwanted symptoms that arise from the overproduction of gastric acids.*
- Protection â L-glutamine and zinc/L-carnosine help safeguard the lining of the GI tract from damage caused by harmful bacteria and acid reflux.* These ingredients help maintain a favorable bacterial balance in the stomach and GI tract, and support healing of the gastrointestinal lining.*
- Support â Gingerol and papain deliver natural digestive support and provide ongoing gastrointestinal aid to help reduce digestive discomfort, better digest food and improve nutrient absorption.*
- Balance â Probiotics have been shown to assist in balancing and maintaining healthy gut flora. Scientific evidence indicates that regular intake of probiotics may help improve digestive functionÂ and boostÂ the immune system.*
Mineral-only based antacids contain only 1 or 2Â ingredients that temporarily relieve heartburn symptoms.Â Praxid is different. The patented formula contains 10 targeted nutraceuticalsÂ that promote overall digestive wellness to help reduce gastrointestinal problems and improve digestion over time, plus provides immediate heartburn relief. âIn todayâs world, being able to innovate is great. But, disrupting an industry by getting to the root of an issue and providing a comprehensive solution like Praxid, sets the good apart from the great,âÂ said William Riveron, Praxid President.
Praxidâs patented formula combines prebiotics and probiotics that safeguard the esophagus and stomach lining, whereas drugs may cause inflammation. Its ingredients were individually selected to support and address different aspects of gastrointestinal wellness. Seven of these ingredients (DGL, d-Limonene, gingerol, L-glutamine, papain, probiotics and zinc/L-carnosine) have been clinically studied to support diverse gastrointestinal functions, while the other three (calcium carbonate, magnesium carbonate, potassium bicarbonate) aid in providing fast-acting heartburn relief.
For more information or to order Praxid, visit www.praxid.com or call 1-800-793-2960.
About Praxid?Â Praxid is a natural supplement which helps relieve heartburn while promoting overall digestive wellness. The supplement was developed by Neoceuticals based in Miami, Florida. PraxidÂ is manufactured in the USA, using the highest quality ingredients with no drugs or artificial flavors and colors in a cGMP-certified and UL MPA FDA-inspected facility. For more information, please visit www.praxid.com.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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