Institute of Food Technologists 525 W Van Buren,# 1000 Chicago.. The research , published in the Journal of Food Science, comes to the conclusion that drinking liquids that are typically associated with low pH provide little or no damage to the natural protective mechanisms of the mucous membrane of the upper human GI tract. The author evaluated more than two decades of GI physiology studies focusing on research on the human digestive system from the esophagus to the small intestine. ‘The human digestive system is built to resist the acid the acid commonly consumed commonly consumed beverages by having natural neutralizers for acid, cellular repair mechanisms and cells, the acid from reaching sensitive cells when these actions prevents work in concert, damage and.
Review, if the beverages is not a threat for Gastrointestinal Tractshas confirmed a major new research review, if the upper gastrointestinal is naturally equipped to handle fruit juices, soft drinks, alcohol and other beverages with high acidity. Continue reading “The research.”