1. Since hydrochloric acid has an antiseptic, bactericidal effect on pathogenic microorganisms, a decrease in gastric acidity can provoke the occurrence of various intestinal infections.
2. Low acidity of the stomach causes disturbances in the functioning of the digestive system. Some enzymes lose activity, which leads to improper digestion of protein and the development of active fermentation processes.
3. Decreased acidity leads to poorer absorption of vitamins and minerals. Avitaminosis is fraught with fragility and dryness of hair, skin, brittle nails and other external signs.
4. A frequent companion of low acidity is constipation, followed by frequent diarrhea.
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