Nissen Fundoplication

January 17, 2011

Acid Reflux Surgery

Love to live dangerously? Then acid reflux surgery may be for you . . .

It may be a little like cutting off your nose to spite your face, but millions of people live with the lasting consequences of acid reflux surgery rather than seek the natural cure.

If your doctor says you can’t control your acid reflux with diet and lifestyle changes, you are either unwilling to try or you’re another victim of bad medicine.

Nothing could be simpler than curing acid reflux . . .

The nutritional approach to acid reflux uses whole food based nutrients to address the root cause of your acid reflux issues.

If you choose the pharmaceutical approach, long term benefits will be questionable and that’s why they have acid reflux surgery, one leads to the other.

This way you get the full experience of laying your life down for an experiment in medical insanity. There are always acceptations to the rules, but the fact is according to the Journal of American Medicine more than 106,000 patients die from properly prescribed medicine each year in the US.

Add to that massive number all the people who die because of malpractice, surgical mistakes and iatrogenic infections and its closer to 225,000 patient deaths per year.

Now are you sure you want to have surgery for a little heart burn?

The standard surgery for acid indigestion is called Nissen Fundoplication. This involves some cutting and wrapping of the stomach around your lower esophageal sphincter (LES), which is a flap at the bottom of your gullet that keeps food and acid reflux in the stomach.

After your acid reflux surgery the doctor will tell you to stop all the things you didn’t stop before, like smoking, drinking alcohol and caffeine, eating fatty foods and sugar . . .

If you did that in the first place, you would never had ended up having acid reflux surgery.

By treating the symptoms of acid reflux with drugs, odds are you will end up being a candidate for this insane surgery. I say it’s insane because 99% of the people who have acid reflux surgery could have been healed of acid reflux naturally.

Once you go down the pharmaceutical rabbit whole one drug leads to another and before you know it you’re taking Proton Pump Inhibitors (PPIs), one of the most damaging of acid reflux drugs or of any drugs.

PPIs increase risk of second heart attack by 30%, cause acid rebound and can lead to bacterial infections of the gut.

Frankly most people who end up having acid reflux surgery do so because of the damage the PPIs have done to their natural biological functions.

You were born to heal,

Todd M. Faass

Health Advocate

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