Heartburn Remedies

February 17, 2011

Natural Heartburn Treatment

Your best road to natural heartburn treatment is to NOT treat your heart burn naturally or unnaturally. Treatment is a double-edged sword. The word treatment makes it sound as if you are doing something important to eliminate your heartburn, but there’s no such thing as natural treatment.

Get Rid of Heartburn Only drugs treat diseases and treating your heartburn with drugs will only turn it into a disease.

Treatment suggests addressing the symptoms of your heartburn somehow, natural or not.

Pizza and milk are natural, right? Combined in massive quantities these two natural items will give you acid reflux for sure. Milk is 97% casein, an animal protein used to make glue . . . it’s very hard to digest and pizza is also full of cheese, which is another form of milk, along with refined, enriched flour full of plant toxins like gluten, phytic acid (a mineral blocker) and refined sugar (an inflammatory.)

I can give you a thousand examples of how the Standard American Diet (SAD) has betrayed the best interest of your digestive system and left you suffering in heartburn ally.

The word natural can also be misused and misunderstood as well. Just because something is ‘natural’ doesn’t mean it’s good for you.

Back to the treatment of your Western diet pattern triggered acid reflux . . . nothing; absolutely nothing . . . ever happens on a symptom level. The heartburn treatment, whether natural or drug-related, is fooling you into believing you are making a change to your heartburn by blocking or masking the symptoms.

Your acid reflux symptoms are the effect of your poor dietary habits and the only way to rid yourself of heartburn symptoms isn’t to keep treating them, but by eliminating them.

It’s no mystery that treating your heartburn symptoms only allows the real cause of heartburn to continue to create bigger health problems for you.

Stop treating your heartburn and start eliminating the cause of your heartburn.

Did you know that heartburn is caused from a stomach acid deficiency 90% of the time?

Did the doctor prescribing your heartburn treatment test you for stomach acid?

Probably not. If you were tested and they found a lack of stomach acid was causing your acid indigestion and heartburn, they wouldn’t make much money off your problem.

Lack of stomach acid has been linked to lots of health issues not only heartburn, but adrenal fatigue and a whole cluster of symptoms they can sell more drugs for.

Why worry about naturally treating you acid reflux or even looking for other unnatural ways for treatment of your heartburn . . . simply eliminate the root cause of your heartburn symptoms.

You were born to heal,

Todd M. Faass

Health Advocate

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February 15, 2011

Treatment of Heartburn

Start your own Self Health Revolution and join the popular movement for the freedom to be healed and heal naturally.

The conventional treatment of simple heartburn is only changing the symptoms but leaving the cause of heartburn unchecked, un addressed and unhealed.

There seems to be a battle over whether you should be allowed to heal yourself naturally as an alternative to being regulated by prescriptive allopathic care.

You want to be more than symptoms free . . . you want to be beyond ever having heartburn again, right?

So why start taking even over-the-counter (OTC) drugs? You already know OTC drugs are the gateway to stronger prescriptive drugs.

Heartburn is a mega billion dollar business, take my word for it.

Why is that you might ask? Should the news get out, then you?d know ?little old heartburn is a gateway health problem.?

It leads to worse things than just a case of heartburn.

Typically the treatment of heartburn requires you taking prescriptive strength antacid blocker or Proton Pump Inhibitors (PPIs) and surgery for the rest of your live . . . as you were a member of the Old Boys Club or something.

The conventional treatment of heartburn means following a protocol of drugs.

It’s ironic because the cure for heartburn and the rest of it is most likely nutritional.

Why chose to even look down the chemical pathway of medicine when you first haven?t even embraced natural healing alternatives . . . time-tested scientifically verified natural healing alternatives.

The treatment of heartburn is a step down from healing naturally. You first must address the cause of your heartburn or acid indigestion by replenishing your cells with whole food sourced nutrition.

Eat lots of it all day long.

Raw food can help prevent you from ever thinking you might need treatment for heartburn.

You need to have an epiphany, a metanoia or a brilliant stroke of insight. Realize your own self health revolution by learning to nurture the natural cure for heartburn.

Treating heartburn as a gateway disease puts the risk of ignoring your heartburn in perspective doesn’t it?

Follow the natural pathway to the root of your heartburn as an alternative treatment and you’ll see your heartburn go away once and for all.


You were born to heal,

Todd M. Faass

Health Advocate

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February 7, 2011

GERD and Heartburn

GERD and heartburn tend to go hand in hand, although just because you have heartburn doesn’t mean you have GERD.

Gastroesophageal reflux disease is caused by a weakening of the muscles surrounding the esophagus and diaphragm that keep food flowing in one direction. When these muscles get too weak, food and stomach acids are allowed to flow up into the esophagus where they don’t belong. Prolonged, frequent, or chronic exposure to stomach acids can cause GERD and long term damage to the esophagus.

People who suffer from heartburn more than twice a week are often diagnosed with GERD. Other symptoms of GERD include regurgitation of bile, hiccups, belching and a general feeling of discomfort in the stomach.

Causes of GERD and Heartburn

GERD and heartburn tend to have very different causes. GERD is caused by aging, is a condition you are born with, or can be the result of a recent bad stomach bug that caused prolonged periods of vomiting or straining of stomach muscles.

Heartburn is caused by any number of things, including the food you eat, how much you eat, when you eat, your lifestyle, how much stress you’re feeling, what type of clothes you wear, and whether or not you smoke.

Help for GERD and Heartburn

Because heartburn is often the result of GERD, they can be treated in much the same way. If you have either GERD or heartburn or both, you should avoid foods that spurn heartburn for you. If you don’t know what those foods are, keep a log of what you’re eating and then you’ll be able to look back and point directly to what caused your most recent episode. Then, moving forward you can avoid that food.

You should also modify the amount of food you consume at any one time. GERD complicates the digestive process because of the weakened muscles, so eating less in each sitting makes digestion easier for your body. To compensate for the loss of food, eat more often.

Additionally, work towards de-stressing your life. While day to day activities cause normal amounts of stress, and sometimes it can’t be avoided, due to things like death, breakups, kids, finances, etc., you do have control over the way you respond to certain stress triggers. If you need help learning how to cope with life’s stressors without causing your body harm, consider seeing a therapist. They can help you learn healthy ways to purge stressful reactions from your life. Stress is known to result in too much acid in the stomach, causing heartburn and pain and doesn’t allow GERD to heal at a normal rate, so reducing stress can be extremely beneficial.

Another thing you can try is modifying when you eat. Take strides not to eat right before bed, as that gives food and acids easy access to your esophagus, especially where GERD and the weakened muscles meant to keep food down are involved. Try not to eat less than two hours before you lie down for a nap or get into bed and you should have better luck keeping GERD and its symptoms away.

GERD and heartburn are often closely associated with one another. For more information on these two conditions, how they’re related, and how you can naturally cope with them, visit refluxremedy.com today.

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January 28, 2011

Remedy for Heartburn After a Meal

If you often experience heartburn after eating, you may be searching for remedies to help relieve that pain. Heartburn can be a debilitating condition and can cause damage to your esophagus if it happens frequently. This damage can lead to chronic cough and ulcers if left untreated. So, dealing with your heartburn is often the only way to prevent future issues down the road.

There is no one remedy for heartburn after a meal. Some people find success with some methods, while others have better luck with other methods. However, there are plenty of things to try, most of which are natural and fairly low impact on your wallet and lifestyle.

First of all, if you’re regularly experiencing heartburn after a meal, analyze what you’re eating. Some foods are known to spark heartburn in most people. Things like caffeine, garlic, onions, citrus and alcohol should probably be avoided if you’re frequently experiencing heartburn after a meal. However, everyone is different, and what bothers someone else may not bother you, so keep close track of what you eat. That way you’ll be able to easily identify what set off your most recent episode of heartburn and adjust your diet accordingly.

Second, adjust your intake of food. If you eat smaller meals you’ll be able to better control acid production in your stomach. Large meals prompt the digestive system to produce excess amounts of acid to better break down all that food. So, just eat less more often to get the same amount of food in your system over a longer period.

Third, don’t eat right before bed. It may be tempting to eat a big, heaping helping of comfort food and curl up for a nap on the couch, but you might regret it when that heartburn comes calling. When it comes to heartburn, gravity is your friend. It helps to keep food down in your stomach, where it belongs. When you lie down right after eating, food and acids can mingle in your esophagus, which is painful and irritating to the area, causing heartburn. So, try not to eat less than two hours before you go to bed, and that’ll solve that problem.

If you’ve done all these things and you’re still experiencing heartburn after a meal, there are still some things you can try. For instance, papaya has been found to contain digestive enzymes that help your body to break down the food you’ve eaten and keep excess stomach acids down to a minimum, preventing heartburn. Chew a tablet after meals to help prevent acid buildup and subsequent heartburn pain.

Additionally, if you get heartburn after a meal, try drinking a nice tall glass of water when it strikes. As simplistic as this may sound, it really does work. The rush of water to your stomach will help to dilute stomach acids and flush your digestive tract, removing irritants and thus relieving heartburn pain.

Of course, there are many other things you can do to help get rid of your heartburn pain after a meal. If you’re still looking for just the right remedy for heartburn after a meal, visit refluxremedy.com today and get on the right track to be free of your acid reflux.

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