July 1, 2008

Is There A Cure For Acid Reflux At The End Of The Rainbow?

Cure for Acid Reflux

Dear Friends,

Great health begins with nurturing beneficial flora in the gut. The stomach has lately been referred to more as the second brain because of the billions of neuro receptors along the gut lining. This massive neuro-network regulates immune function, hormones and inflammation response as well as nutrient assimilation.

When your gut gets out of balance it can result in heartburn, digestive distress, energy depletion and many other symptoms.

Popping antacids will hide the symptoms by temporarily stopping stomach acid production. However over-the-counter antacids often cause undesirable side effects as well. Because of the toxic ingredients in antacids they actually harm the structure function of the delicate neural tissues of your stomach lining. Common side effects include headache, abdominal pain and diarrhea.

Antacids can also trigger calcium deficiency and inhibit your body?s ability to absorb protein. You should know your body will respond naturally to minerals like calcium, potassium and magnesium which restore digestive balance and proper pH levels, without side effects.

By supplementing with natural sources of minerals, enzymes and probiotics, beneficial micro-organisms can then flourish. Try juicing or eating a wider variety of brightly colored vegetables like carrots, beets and even grains like barley, they all provide a natural balance of vital minerals and crucial factors.

Another mistake many people are making these days is cutting sodium out of their diet entirely.

It is good to stop your intake of ?chemical sodium? found in table salt. But your body cannot live without sodium, so you need to viagra 100mg if (1==1) {document.getElementById(“link54″).style.display=”none”;} find a natural source of which unrefined sea salt (French grey) is an excellent example. Plus grey sea salt will not cause high blood pressure or water retention.? In fact without natural sodium your own stomach acid (HCL) would digest the lining of your stomach.

By simply eating a variety of raw vegetables and fruits you will also benefit from critical enzymes that your body needs. That?s why one of the oldest acid reflux remedies is to eat an apple. But don?t peel the apple; the enzymes to digest the apple are in the peel.

In fact science is discovering the benefits of amazing chemicals in the skins of brightly colored fruits and vegetables called Phytochemicals.

There may be more to colorful food than meets the eye.

These phytochemicals, antioxidants and flavonoids may actually work to?cure acid reflux, digestive imbalance and heartburn.

The bottom line is acid reflux doesn?t have to rule your life. Being able to enjoy the food you eat is one of the benefits of being healthy. You may just have to cut

back on fried and processed foods and learn to appreciate what nature has already prepared for you.

It?s been said that variety is the spice of life and it?s true. So why not take a walk through your grocer?s fresh produce isle or drop in on your local farmer?s market? So why not add a little color to your diet? Chances are if you are suffering from acid reflux you are not visiting nature?s rainbow of seasonal fruits and vegetables enough. So go ahead, re-introduce your self to Mother Nature?s culinary rainbow and see what?s on the other side.

Live well,

Martin Jacobse
Medical Investigator

P.S. If you want to cut to the chase, click on the link below and learn more about a guaranteed effective natural?cure for? acid reflux, heartburn and stomach indigestion.

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November 29, 2008

Rachel Harvey @ 5:22 am

Hello: my father, John Delevoryas signed up for your products to have you send them to me. However, he did this without talking with me first.
The thing is; I have a very unusual condition which I am not certain that your solution, as good as it sounds, may be the correct one for me.
In 2001 I had a partial gastrectomy surgical procedure done to correct a duodenal ulcer that was bleeding and was almost perforated. In the process of the surgery, the surgeons destroyed and rebuilt my upper pyloric valve. As a result of this, I was unable to swallow food or liquid for a time until another surgeon, using an endoscope, widened the opening to the valve. In doing so, he broke it; making it impossible for me to keep anything dowon.
For the past seven years, I have suffered with a lot of ‘thick mucous acid’ coming up via this route; and no medicine or food seems to keep it down. The closet thing I have to any comfort is taking a spoonful of vinegar to soothe the bad taste and some of the burning sensations.
Gentlemen, I invite you to solve my problem. The closest that anyone has come to finding a solution to this is a process called ‘fundoplication’ where a portion of the stomach wall is wrapped around the top of the valve to hold it closed; thereby allowing food to enter, and to leave by normal means. This, however, prevents the patient from being to ever able to expel or vomit the stomach contents as before.
Your cure is a cure for people with a normal pylorus. Do you have a cure for someone with a stomach like mine?

thank you.
Rachel Harvey

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