June 20, 2008

Are You Suffering From Recurring Acid Reflux And Still Drinking Soy Milk? Then STOP!

Read This Article Before It?s Too Late . . .

causes of acid refluxYou?ve already read about how aluminum containing antacids block crucial minerals. I?ve shown you how an acidic pH depletes stomach acid balance.

You probably know causes of acid reflux and heartburn involve poor digestion due to weak or depleted stomach acid, contrary to mainstream medical propaganda . . .

And I hope you’re beginning to see why sudden heartburn attacks produce large amounts of burning acid. It?s only your body trying to compensate for low stomach acid . . . I can’t emphasize enough how your heartburn and indigestion is all from a lack of consistent amounts of digestive acids in your stomach, rather than an over abundance.

These violent upsurges erupt into your throat and mouth causing the pain and embarrassment of foul belching and the rest of it, threatening further damage to your esophagus. This is more than an inconvenience for millions of people who at a high risk for getting Gastro Esophageal Reflux Disease (GERD).

I know you care about your health and you are looking for a natural solution and it can be frustrating without the right guidance. You are quite aware that eating the wrong foods and eating before bed as well as other lifestyle factors are at play. But if you’ve tried everything and nothing seems to help I have something that may be of help for you today.

There are a few more tricky turns in the road ahead that you need to be aware of . . . let’s talk soy.

The sad thing is millions of people who are trying to do the right thing are still being deceived by certain so-called health foods. These so-called health foods are being mass produced and under go harsh chemical processing.

The main culprit I want to bring to your attention today is soy products.

At one time in the not too far past soy protein was only a toxic by-product of the vegetable oil industry. Today advancements in the manufacturing technology have made it possible to produce Soy Protein Isolates (SPI), turning pure waste into huge profits. Additional synthetic nutrients, sugars, emulsifiers, flavorings and preservatives have transformed this unsavory waste product into a billion dollar industry.

The Chinese have always consumed ample amounts other types of beans simply because the raw acid reflux causesoy beans contain huge amounts of toxins. As far as we can tell, around A.D 700 during the Zhou Dynasty in China people began fermenting soy to make tempeh, natto, miso and soy sauce. Many years later Chinese scientists found by boiling soy curds and adding plaster of Paris they could make tofu.

The Chinese knew of the toxins and that the anti-nutrient side-effects were not neutralized during the cooking process the same as during fermentation.

Recent animal studies have shown that diets high in these same anti-nutrients, in this case trypsin inhibitors, caused enlargement and diseases in the pancreas, including cancer.

Trypsin is an enzyme essential to help break down and digest proteins in both animals and humans.

Trypsin is one of the three principal digestive protein enzymes, the other two being chymotrypsin and pepsin. Trypsin supports proper digestion (starting in the stomach) in the small intestine where a mineral rich alkaline environment ( about pH 8 ) sustains its maximal enzymatic activity.

Without Trypsin you will suffer reduced protein digestion, serious gastric upset and develop chronic deficiencies in amino acids. What’s really going on is soy’s notorious anti-nutrient toxins are setting the stage for acid reflux, heartburn and indigestion for literally millions of Americans . . .

Civilizations that depend on soy-based foods use traditional preparation methods that help neutralize or minimize these poisons. The fermentation process reduces the toxins and anti-nutrients. Tofu comes from the pressed curds of the soybean which also minimizes the toxins, but not as much. The rest is thrown away and the bulk of the poisons along with it.

The truth be known the Chinese do not eat large amounts of tofu and they always combine it with mineral rich fish broth, followed usually by consuming Omega 3 rich fish as well. For some reason we Americans believe you should live on this stuff . . . wrong again!

I believe you are getting the picture, but let me make sure you get the whole picture . . . strangely enough Americans are the main consumers of unfermentated raw soy products second to the Japanese.

Other hidden toxins from raw industrial processed soy include haemagglutinin, goitrogens, phytic acid, nitrates, and phytoestrogens.

Hemagglutinin is a clot-promoting substance that causes red blood cells to clump together. How’s that sound for heart healthy?

Nitrites are potent carcinogens formed during the spray-drying process of making Soy Protein Isolate (SPI). Test animals fed SPI develop enlarged organs, particularly the pancreas and thyroid gland, and increased deposition of fatty acids in the liver. SPI is used as textured vegetable protein. You’ll find it in diet beverages, commercially baked goods and fast food products, usually as a meat filler or substitute.

Goitrogens are substances that depress thyroid function and cause gout. This is may be why so many people are experiencing increased thyroid and gout issues each year.

Phytic acid is present in the bran or hulls of all seeds. Phytic acid blocks the absorption of essential minerals like, calcium, magnesium, copper, iron and especially zinc. Mineral deficiencies of this magnitude harms nutrient uptake and depletes stomach acid, clearly leading to acid reflux, heartburn and indigestion. By simply sprouting your beans and seeds you can eliminate phytic acid poisoning.

Fact: The Japanese apparently eat 30 times the soy that Americans do. Perhaps that?s why they have much higher rates of liver, pancreas, thyroid and stomach cancers . . . oh yes I almost forgot that includes cancer of the esophagus as well. If ignored, acid reflux will lead to GERDs disease, which very often leads to cancer of the esophagus and that thought alone makes me want to stay away from all forms of soy products myself, how about you?

There are other alternatives to dairy and soy beverages, try almond, hazel, oat or hemp milk. They’re all delicious and nutritious too.

Well I hope I helped you make a connection today. Sometimes the cause of the problem is so close to you it takes someone else to point it out.

Live well,

Martin Jacobse
Medical Investigator

P.S. If you have tried the traditional treatment for you acid reflux, heartburn or indigestion and it failed . . . or if you simply want to cut to the chase and use natural remedies before the doctor recommends prescriptive drugs, get the Reflux and Heartburn Remedy Report, and Joe Barton will take you by the hand, step-by-step and show you how you can find lasting relief naturally.

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June 20, 2008

Marilyn @ 9:43 am

This is very interesting. A few months ago I began drinking soy milk with my cereal in order to get off cow’s milk (to see if it would help the my reflux. What I found is a three-fold increase in my PMS symptoms-rather than a reduction as so many claim. I was absolutlely miserable for two months until I finally went off the soy milk completely and it took another month to find relief! I am finding that lifestyle changes along with the apple in the evening work best for me-I’m trying the apple cider vinegar veeerrry slowly.

July 2, 2008

Carol Matten @ 7:21 pm

I am now totally confused. I stopped taking dairy products when I received an email update from this web site saying that some people have noticed that dairy products (lactose) was causing their symptoms. As two of my children have lactose intolerance I decided to try avoiding dairy products to see if it made any difference. I have since been taking soy milk products as an alternative, and noticed a big improvement in my symptoms. Now after reading the above I wonder what to do. I don’t want to end up with pancreas problems.

admin @ 10:08 pm

Everything should be taken in moderation. The facts are that lactose (especially those allergic) can add to the severity of the reflux symptoms. Soy is also not a fully perfect substitute, or food. It has toxins and can cause damage and add to many problems in the body. Both of these products, like all things, should be taken in moderation.

If soy milk helps, then continue on using it, just do not use it to great lengths. You can try drinking some almond, hemp, or rice milk in place of some of your soy milk consumptions. Each has its positives and negative. I personally like almond milk because it is sweeter. Hemp milk tastes like grass and rice milk is just nasty, but that is my opinion.

September 23, 2008

Joe @ 7:52 am

I have diabetes and tried drinking soy milk as an alternative to cow’s milk. However, whenever I drink soy milk with my cereal in the morning my blood sugar seems to skyrocket, I do not have this problem with regular cow’s milk. Is soy milk the problem?

February 7, 2011

Ang @ 4:00 pm

Hi there,

I have a query which I am wondering if you can help me with?

You say that ‘GERD, often leads to cancer’ but I’ve read from medical articles that there is only a small percentage which leads to dysplasia (pre-cancer) and less to cancer so I am wondering why there is such an inconsistency and where you got this information from?

I am just being treated for acid reflux/GERD and I think there are too many information sites like this with tons of different facts on the same subject about what to eat etc which is fine but I think the information about cancer here is inaccurate.

If you search for Dysplasia on Wikipedia it says: ‘The risk of low grade dysplasia transforming into high grade dysplasia, and eventually cancer, is low.’

This is a condition which creates so much stress and anxiety that people don’t need to be frightened with incorrect information.


May 29, 2011

Karyn @ 3:12 pm

I stopped soy milk and soy consumption, as an experiment, as I had constant bloating and stomach irritation. I thought it might be coffee or something like that, but since not using soy, these problems have all but disappeared.

April 8, 2012

Jess @ 5:38 pm

Get iff the soy, stick wit almond milk!:)

Almond milk yey! @ 5:42 pm

Get off the soy! Stick with almond milk!:) not only does it taste waaay better but its much healthier! If you enjoy soy and u are one of those people who claim they just cant get enough, be prepared for Mr. Cancer to come into your life :-/ dnt want to do that now do we? 😉

July 19, 2012

Paul @ 4:24 am

Can we get to the point before I become an old age pensioner or pass away from acid reflux.

February 18, 2013

Jared @ 6:45 am

I have been suffering from Acid Reflux for about 3 years now. It has effected my sleep quite a bit as the worst attacks happen regularly at night when I am trying to sleep. I was on a perscription Medication for Acid Reflux called Omeprazole which did in fact work and i had found relief, but after me and my wife divorced I lost my Tenncare Insurance and can not afford to see my doctor or pay for the medication. Milk has a limited effect at this point and some over the counter antacids do work but its limited, There have been times where I have had to make myself throw up to feel even the slightest bit of relief…..at this point I think its a good possibility that I may have GERD……What can i do to find out for sure?

June 21, 2013

Elizabeth Recco @ 3:31 pm

I don’t get heart burn, that awful burning taste that comes up from your stomack . But I’ve been diagnosed with erosion of the upper 1/4 lobe of the stomack and the opening. I’ve been taking antacids for a few years and have heard of all the bad things about them. I’ve tried healing my stomack, but my Dr. Tells me this. May be a condition Ill have for the rest of my life, due to over use of IB profen. I would like to stop taking the Prevacid. What else can I eat that will help my healing??

April 21, 2016

janice @ 10:48 pm

any trial packs

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