Whether it happens once a week or at every meal, heartburn can take its toll. You have many relief solutions to choose from, but are you choosing the best? The price of finding relief from occasional heartburn should not be ingesting toxic additives or facing unpleasant side effects.

Tips To Curb Heartburn

Certain habits can increase the likelihood of heartburn/indigestion. Here are some simple ways to help reduce the risk.

  • Portion Control
    Too much food can tax your digestive system, leading to indigestion. Use smaller plates to help keep portions in check.
  • Slow Down
    Being busy and on the go makes us rush through our meals. Make sure to slow down and chew each bite adequately.
  • Eat Earlier
    Eating too close to bedtime may not give you enough time to digest food before it’s time for your body to be at rest. Eat at least three hours before bedtime

Dietary Considerations

The type of food you are eating may be more difficult to digest and therefore is often the main contributor to heartburn. And as mentioned above, food chewed incompletely or which is still solid when it reaches the digestive tract can place additional burdens on the pancreas and gallbladder. But did you know that certain foods can actually benefit those more prone to heartburn? Below are foods you may want to avoid along with foods you may want to start adding for their benefits.


  • Fatty/Fried Foods
  • Acidic Foods (Tomatoes, Citrus Fruit, Coffee)
  • Caffeinated and Carbonated Drinks
  • Chocolate
  • Spicy Foods
  • Alcohol
  • High Fat Dairy (Cheeses, Ice Cream, Butter)


  • Ginger
  • Aloe Vera
  • Dark Leafy Greens
  • Melon (Cantaloupe, Honeydew, Watermelon)
  • Fennel
  • Papaya
  • Lean Meats (Grilled Fish or Chicken)
  • Fresh Vegetables and Fruits

You Have a Choice

Our diet as well as modern lifestyle habits are often responsible for an increased need for digestive support. In addition to the failure to obtain complete nutrition, a poor diet combined with occasional stress also puts additional demands on the mucosal lining of the gastrointestinal tract. Transformation’s Professional Protocol™ Gastro is an enzyme supplement with herbs formulated to alleviate occasional gastrointestinal discomfort and promote digestive function.*

How Does It Work?

Gastro is a natural, nutritional solution for occasional GI discomfort* This formula offers support for occasional heartburn with NO additives and NO side effects!* How does it work? Gastro is designed to support the mucosal lining, promote epithelial cell vitality in the gut, and encourage peristaltic movement.* Use this product as a digestive aid to provide additional support for relief of occasional heartburn, occasional indigestion, upset stomach, occasional diarrhea, and/or digestive discomfort.*

  • Digestive Enzymes
    Gastro helps alleviate symptoms of gas such as bloating, pressure, fullness, and stuffed feeling with an extensive polysaccharolytic enzyme blend to encourage more complete digestion of complex carbohydrates, protease to support protein digestion, and lipase for fat digestion.*
  • Herbal Ingredients
    This support formula has ten different herbs known for their ability to promote digestion: Papaya, Marshmallow, Ginger, Turmeric, Fennel, Gotu kola, Artichoke, Bladderwrack, Aloe vera, and Peppermint.*
  • Antioxidants
    The comprehensive Gastro formula contains the antioxidant beta carotene and includes an AntiOx™ blend with Flax seed, Alpha-lipoic acid, Ginseng, and Eleuthero.*

A Solution the Lasts*

When heartburn hits, you want to put out the fire fast with Gastro!* But what can you do BEFORE you’re faced with heartburn?

  • Digestive Enzymes
    Transformation’s Professional Protocol™ Digest at mealtime supports the proper breakdown of food and helps reduce stomach pressure and the need for excess stomach acid.*
  • Probiotics
    Transformation’s Professional Protocol™ Probiotic further supports a healthy digestive system and immune system, supporting healing of the stomach and esophagus lining.*
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