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No salt diet! What doctors constantly ignore is, without chloride, stomach acid (HCl) canNOT be produced. Stop feeding your body salt and you will reduce acid production withi…n 2 days. Some (simpe, single=mono) sugars eaten with your salt can bond the chloride. Things like glucose, dextrose, maltodextrine (but strangely not normal sugar, sucrose which is a double sugar. Frutose has too many calories). Mono-sodium glutamate also helps. It has excess sodium (to neutralize acid) and no chloride(!), but unfortunately makes people forgetful with their short term memory. Milk+(fat blocker)Cactus-FigThistel also helps, but don't overdose, otherwise gallbladder acid side-pain from a too low-fat diet. The gall bladder needs some fats or oils to work on, otherwise it painfully stores its acid. Milk has (natural, biological) calcium to neutalize acid. Chemical bases are unstable & excess usage produces cramp syndromes within 2 days, for things like Calcium carbonate, magnesium carbonate, sodium bicarbonate, etc. If you have to use those chemicals, then mix them with (food acids, like) lemon juice, to fizz away their instability for about 15minutes. All biological life is made of optically left molecules; chemicals are made of left & right, meaning 50% junk. Food decays to 50/50% after 4years, called racemization. Good luck! Because most foods are salted. Peter Sheedy Email: PS20100401@gmx.de
That was the "household cure" for heartburn, or acid reflux, before more specific remedies were created. It's an okay emergency measure, but not a good one to use regula…rly, as it messes with the pH of the stomach and puts WAY too much sodium into the body.
How do you get Acid Reflux (Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease or GERD) Acid reflux occurs when the lower esophageal sphincter (muscular valve) doesn't properly close allowing a…cid from the stomach to reflux back up the esophagus which can cause burning of the esophageal lining. Acid reflux is a burning sensation usually in the chest area just behind the breast bone. Acid reflux is often more painful when bending over or lying down. It is not something to be concerned about if you have heartburn occasionally. It can be treated easily with over-the-counter medications and making some lifestyle changes. Here Are Some Medical Conditions That Can Increase The Chance Of Having Acid Reflux: Hiatal Hernia Diabetes Autoimmune diseases, such as Crest syndrome, scleroderma and Raynaud phenomenon. Some Prescription Medications Can Interfere With The Lower Esophageal Sphincter Function, These Include: Certain blood pressure medications. Some heart medications. The asthma drug, theophylline. Some osteoporosis medications. Aspirin and ibuprofen. Heartburn that occurs more frequently and interferes with your daily routine may be a symptom that is more serious. It's a good idea to see your doctor and discuss your symptoms. FOR MORE INFORMATION AND VIDEO GO TO: http:www.emergencysuppliesinfo.com
apple cider vinegar two tea spoons in a glass of water, add baking soda one tea spoon and sip the water slowly over a hour and do this twice daily.
That depends upon the cause. If you have a hiatal hernia causing reflux, then anything that decreases intra-abdominal pressure can improve the reflux. So, if you are obese and… have a lot of intra-abdominal fat, losing weight may improve the reflux slightly. Also, what you eat can affect symptoms. Some foods, like tomatoes, oil, garlic, chocolate, and several others, can increase reflux symptoms.
olive oil is what i have heard
Well first of all you DO NOT want it. You can be born with it or get it by over stuffing your self. I am a sufferer. I take 2 tums before i eat and 2 after i eat. Sometimes th…ey don't work so i get a over-the-counter medication that helps soothe it and i take to swallows of it BTW its mint yummy! anyway with me some food like spaghetti sauce from pizza hut with their spaghetti , types of pizza, apples, mostly spicey foods i stay away from but i gotta have tacos you know lol but only sometimes they hurt me . How i got it. acid reflux is a disease and it is really pain full . You have a cover almost like a cap over the opening of your stomach and when you swallow it opens . When you eat acid is in your stomach to digest and when you eat too much guess what, that acid has digested all of it and that acid has caused a problem in your stomach with the cover. Now when you eat you have to be careful because now your lid doesn't close all the way and it causes ruins acid smelling burps and stomach pain . I hope i helped you
Apple Cider and Aloe vera can do wonders.
There is a large assortment of medicines that can help you but because you can find all that out at a pharmacy I will tell you the natural helpers. Try sitting upright after e…ating as gravity can do the work. Don't exercise right after eating. Take note of the foods that give you acid reflex and try to avoid these.
If you were trying to avoid acid reflux your diet would consist of limited trieddfoods, limited sodas, limited coffee intake. You would avoid foods high in acid.
I recommend trying the no junk food diet or the fresh food diet to be more exact. And avoid any food that makes you reflux.
Occasional bouts of acid reflux is best treated by simple commercial antacids. Mild cases can be treated with home remedies such as milk or baking soda. Repeated instances …should be referred to a professional, as it can lead to problems. There are prescription remedies if these are needed.
Foods that have high cholesterol like red meat or vegetables like red chili peppers. Also limiting the consumption of dairy should be avoided. And limiting the amount of soda.…
Diet and lifestyle changes can help treat acid reflux. Avoiding beverages and foods that are known to trigger heartburn, such as carbonated beverages, chocolate, and citrus fr…uits.
Acid reflux disease is a medical condition that causes chronic heartburn and regurgitation. It can be treated with dietary changes such as eating smaller meals and meals with …low fat and high protein content. The benefit of treating the condition with a diet change are that it removes the need for long term medication.