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Acid Reflux

Acid Reflux [heartburn], [GERD], the first treatment option your doctor will most likely discuss with you is using medications called PPI like Nexium/Pantaloc/Pepcid with serious side effects including dementia. “no medication” approach is highly recommended by finding the CAUSE of the acid condition. This will usually involve lifestyle modifications and dietary changes. Other people have opted for home remedies to treat their heartburn.

Avoiding sugar, caffeine, dairy and processed foods has been a very effective strategy to reduce acidic condition. Taking alkaline water is also recommended.
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If you take any over-the-counter drug for your acid reflux, heartburn, or GERD… including Prevacid and Prilosec… this timely report directly affects you.

So take thirty seconds and read every word of this email. Carefully.

These commonly used drugs suffered a major setback recently when the FDA warned that taking them can give you a dangerous condition known as “C-Diff”.

Now there is evidence to show Prilosec, Prevacid, and other PPI s Proton Pump Inhibitors… or the other common group of drugs for reflux called “antacids”… create another, potentially greater risk to your health.

It seems antacids and PPI s are literally starving your body of vital nutrients and lead to all sorts of deadly health conditions. Some conditions that have been linked to these drugs:
Dementia
Irregular heartbeat
Iron deficiency
Pneumonia
Fatigue
Brittle bones
These drugs, and others, do provide temporary relief from the pain of acid reflux. But they do so by suppressing the acid in your digestive system.

The problem is, you need the acid for proper digestion.

How PPIs and Antacids are Literally Starving Your Body

When you suppress the acid level in your stomach, foods are not properly digested.

The nutrients in your foods are no longer available to your body, robbing you of vital building blocks for good health, such as vitamin B12 and calcium.

Even though you may be eating a healthy diet, your body is not extracting the vitamins and minerals it needs from the food you consume.

Your stomach may be full, but your body is slowly starving to death.

Safer (and Cheaper) Remedies Available

The good news is you do not have to take these dangerous drugs ever again — and there is relief for your painful acid reflux, heartburn, and GERD.

Find out about safer (and cheaper) remedies that activate your body’s own healing systems and restore the balance you’ve lost in your digestive tract.

If you take any over-the-counter drug for your acid reflux, heartburn, or GERD… including Prevacid and Prilosec,… this timely report directly affects you.

So take thirty seconds and read every word of this email. Carefully.

These commonly used drugs suffered a major setback recently when the FDA warned that taking them can give you a dangerous condition known as C-Diff.

Now there is evidence to show Prilosec, Prevacid, and other PPIs (Proton Pump Inhibitors) … or the other common group of drugs for reflux called antacids… create another, potentially greater risk to your health.

It seems antacids and PPIs are literally starving your body of vital nutrients, and leading to all sorts of deadly health conditions. Some conditions that have been linked to these drugs:

Dementia
Irregular heartbeat
Iron deficiency
Pneumonia
Fatigue
Brittle bones
These drugs, and others, do provide temporary relief from the pain of acid reflux. But they do so by suppressing the acid in your digestive system.

The problem is, you need the acid for proper digestion.

How PPIs and Antacids Are
Literally Starving Your Body

When you suppress the acid level in your stomach, foods are not properly digested.

The nutrients in your foods are no longer available to your body, robbing you of vital building blocks for good health, such as vitamin B12 and calcium.

Even though you may be eating a healthy diet, your body is not extracting the vitamins and minerals it needs from the food you consume.

Your stomach may be full, but your body is slowly starving to death.

Safer (And Cheaper) Remedies Available

The good news is you do not have to take these dangerous drugs ever again – and there is relief for your painful acid reflux, heartburn, and GERD.

Find out about safer (and cheaper) remedies that activate your body’s own healing systems and restore the balance you’ve lost in your digestive tract.

There are many herbs and steeped fruits you can drink prior to eating that prepare your stomach for food consumption. Balancing the acids in the stomach but not eliminating the acids, as the stomach still must digest food smoothly can reduce acid reflux before your very first meal. Some drinks include:

  1. Lemon JuiceLemon juice distilled in warm water can neutralize the acids in the stomach with vitamins A and C, and provide a base for added food. A lemons acids aid in smooth digestion.
  2. Aloe VeraThe gel or juice of aloe vera can sooth the stomach and neutralize its acids. Only consume two oz. a day, maximum, and consult your healthcare provider before using if you are under the age of eighteen, taking other medicines, or are pregnant.
  3. Apple Cider VinegarAs with lemon, the acids found in apple cider vinegar help the digestion process work more smoothly, preventing struggle and making the stomach release excess acid. Remember, the stomach will overproduce its own acid if combating harsh, or hard to digest, foods. Giving the stomach acids first will reduce the chance of acid reflux. Drink two tablespoons a day of apple cider vinegar, or distill in tea or water.
  4. Almond Milk.
  5. Baking Soda.

Avoid Certain Foods

While a diet free from all of these foods sounds unappetizing or bland, many adults would welcome sooner heartburn relief from not eating some foods over others. Most foods can be supplemented or replaced with equally appetizing options. Consider reducing the following foods from your diet in small or large increments:

  1. ChocolateThe caffeine and processed sugar found in commercial chocolate is shown to increase the likelihood of acid reflux.
  2. Excess oilsWhile oils in small increments can have healing properties, oils in excess can aggravate the stomach and disrupt natural digestion.
  3. FatsDairy, starchy, or oily fats act like oils when broken down by stomach acid and become difficult to absorb, thus making digestion a struggle.
  4. SodaAs with chocolate, sodas corn syrup and carbonation combined can instigate acid reflux, especially when drunk with a meal.
  5. CoffeeCoffee, a high volume source of caffeine, can aggravate and over-stimulate the stomach. Coffee as a bean also comes with its own acids in excess. Studies recommend not consuming more than two cups of coffee, or a brewed equivalent, a day.
  6. CitrusLemon water once daily can help prevent acid reflux, but an overabundance of these acids, as found in oranges, grapefruits and tomatoes, can instead overindulge the stomach with acid and cause the same problem.




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