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You're about to discover proven strategies that you can implement today to banish acid reflux from your life! Millions of people suffer the effects that acid reflux can have on their lives, from the physical pain it causes to the long-term health ramifications it can have. Most people realize how much of a burden this condition can have on their lives, but are unable to change their habits, simply because it's been a part of their lifestyle for so long.

The truth is, if you are suffering the effects of acid reflux and haven't been able to make the necessary changes to your lifestyle, it's because you are lacking an effective strategy. This book lets you know exactly what you need to that will help you free yourself from the pain this condition can cause.

Why it happens:

This no nonsense guide is the perfect companion to help educate yourself and then walks you through your treatment; from tracking your symptoms to talking with your doctor, Acid Reflux Help! Banishing Heartburn for Good will help you find a solution.

What to do about it:

With an arsenal of knowledge it's time to take control. There's no need to continue living with discomfort and there is definitely no need to keep hurting your body even more.

Take a proactive approach and discover:

What acid reflux is and how it works against you
Common trigger foods
What a proper diet looks like
Important lifestyle changes worth considering
Medical testing and treatments
Natural remedies and other therapies that may be of use in the fight against acid reflux

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Format: Kindle Edition
File Size: 1165 KB
Print Length: 93 pages
Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
Publisher: Timely Publishing (24 July 2017)
Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
Language: English
ASIN: B0747XSH5R
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hotukmeats19/02/2020 15:52

Dietary ketosis can often alleviate heartburn/GERD, as well as sorting out …Dietary ketosis can often alleviate heartburn/GERD, as well as sorting out many other things including blood pressure, blood sugar levels and cholesterol. A ketogenic diet would typically be high in fat with only moderate protein and very low non-fibre carbohydrate. It might be worth considering and looking into if anyone here's really suffering from heartburn on a regular basis.


Lol I’m not taking quack medical advice from a deals website
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Fix the cause not the symptoms......if only doctors could do this, food allergy test
Avoid PPIs ....(prozoles)also there worse than anything for your body, okay if you have internal damage for a few weeks but that’s all there good for to allow time to heal
Thanks.
zcaprd719/02/2020 14:29

https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/three-500ml-bottles-of-organic-raw-apple-cider-vinegar-with-mother-ss-3401752How about some organic apple vinegar...


Which has zero effect on curing heartburn.
Definitely need a read of this.
Anything wrapped in pastry kills me
You’ll have to cut out carbs and alcohol so just stock up on rennies
Edited by: "lucas" 19th Feb
lucas19/02/2020 15:26

You’ll have to cut out carbs and alcohol so just stock up on rennies



Dietary ketosis can often alleviate heartburn/GERD, as well as sorting out many other things including blood pressure, blood sugar levels and cholesterol. A ketogenic diet would typically be high in fat with only moderate protein and very low non-fibre carbohydrate. It might be worth considering and looking into if anyone here's really suffering from heartburn on a regular basis.
hotukmeats19/02/2020 15:52

Dietary ketosis can often alleviate heartburn/GERD, as well as sorting out …Dietary ketosis can often alleviate heartburn/GERD, as well as sorting out many other things including blood pressure, blood sugar levels and cholesterol. A ketogenic diet would typically be high in fat with only moderate protein and very low non-fibre carbohydrate. It might be worth considering and looking into if anyone here's really suffering from heartburn on a regular basis.


Lol I’m not taking quack medical advice from a deals website
wipe0wt209719/02/2020 14:40

Avoid PPIs ....(prozoles)also there worse than anything for your body, …Avoid PPIs ....(prozoles)also there worse than anything for your body, okay if you have internal damage for a few weeks but that’s all there good for to allow time to heal


I agree with you. I've had erosive gastritis for a number of years so I need to be on meds, but Ranitidine works better than PPIs and doesn't make me as unwell. I could definitely do with improving a few things to cut down on that too!
Thanks Boz
Dekard9719/02/2020 16:27

I agree with you. I've had erosive gastritis for a number of years so I …I agree with you. I've had erosive gastritis for a number of years so I need to be on meds, but Ranitidine works better than PPIs and doesn't make me as unwell. I could definitely do with improving a few things to cut down on that too!


Might be a stupid question but have you had a food allergy test done? Mine showed id suddenly developed a wheat allergy and since cutting it out I’m way better......all the specialists xyz said I’d be on PPI for life, it’s so wrong

I can drink coffee by the bucket load and orange juice without ever reaching for milk or Gaviscon.

I do feel for sufferers it’s pain beyond belief and stress nobody needs
Edited by: "wipe0wt2097" 19th Feb
Dekard9719/02/2020 16:27

I agree with you. I've had erosive gastritis for a number of years so I …I agree with you. I've had erosive gastritis for a number of years so I need to be on meds, but Ranitidine works better than PPIs and doesn't make me as unwell. I could definitely do with improving a few things to cut down on that too!


I always find the nexiums sort it right out... Expensive though.

I thought Ranitidine had a cancer scare?

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zcaprd719/02/2020 17:47

I always find the nexiums sort it right out... Expensive though.I thought …I always find the nexiums sort it right out... Expensive though.I thought Ranitidine had a cancer scare?https://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/news/zantac-cancer-ranitidine-recall-heartburn-drug-prescription-gsk-health-a9148401.html


Nexium is a PPI - Esmeprazole. It is very effective but I don't want to be on PPIs for a long time. I was on a high dose previously, and it depletes your body of nutrition and can lead heart disease when used for extended periods of time and at high doses. Yes, there was a cancer scare with Ranitidine, but it wasn't the drug that was carcinogenic, it was a contamination issue. All drugs containing Ranitidine were recalled and new batches were made. They became available again a few weeks ago.
wipe0wt209719/02/2020 17:46

Might be a stupid question but have you had a food allergy test done? …Might be a stupid question but have you had a food allergy test done? Mine showed id suddenly developed a wheat allergy and since cutting it out I’m way better......all the specialists xyz said I’d be on PPI for life, it’s so wrongI can drink coffee by the bucket load and orange juice without ever reaching for milk or Gaviscon.I do feel for sufferers it’s pain beyond belief and stress nobody needs


Thanks for your reply. That's a great point. The problem is that erosive gastritis is mostly caused by a bacteria called H. Pylori or from certain medications, or from stress. I've tested negative for the bacteria so they tell me it is stress related. The thing is I suffer from allergies anyway, so it would make sense to get it done to see if there's something I'm eating that I shouldn't be. I will book an appointment with the Dr to see if I can get one
wipe0wt209719/02/2020 17:46

Might be a stupid question but have you had a food allergy test done? …Might be a stupid question but have you had a food allergy test done? Mine showed id suddenly developed a wheat allergy and since cutting it out I’m way better......all the specialists xyz said I’d be on PPI for life, it’s so wrongI can drink coffee by the bucket load and orange juice without ever reaching for milk or Gaviscon.I do feel for sufferers it’s pain beyond belief and stress nobody needs


I can't drink coffee, fizzy drinks, eat onions, peppers, or drink alcohol or eat chocolate. It's been like this for several years!
Edited by: "Dekard97" 19th Feb
wipe0wt209719/02/2020 14:40

Avoid PPIs ....(prozoles)also there worse than anything for your body, …Avoid PPIs ....(prozoles)also there worse than anything for your body, okay if you have internal damage for a few weeks but that’s all there good for to allow time to heal


Would love to stop taking them but have a hiatus hernia so have 0 choice in the matter
Boz19/02/2020 15:24

Sorry to hear that. It must be the higher fat contenttriggering it. …Sorry to hear that. It must be the higher fat contenttriggering it. https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/heartburn-and-acid-reflux/


Probably allergic to wheat...
Dekard9719/02/2020 18:04

Thanks for your reply. That's a great point. The problem is that erosive …Thanks for your reply. That's a great point. The problem is that erosive gastritis is mostly caused by a bacteria called H. Pylori or from certain medications, or from stress. I've tested negative for the bacteria so they tell me it is stress related. The thing is I suffer from allergies anyway, so it would make sense to get it done to see if there's something I'm eating that I shouldn't be. I will book an appointment with the Dr to see if I can get one


Good luck mate, please let me know the results. Also might be worth you contacting Genova diagnostics and finding a local health practitioner, these guys help with finding the cause and are way better than doctors. Genova do the tests are they are way more comprehensive, you would benefit from their allergy test and the gut one. They send the kits out for free and then you send direct to them and the practitioner translates them for you. My bike was too thick, I couldn’t break down protein/carbs/fat correctly and I was a train wreck! Since the tests and adjustments I can get away with indulgence whenever really, I hope this helps.
Edited by: "wipe0wt2097" 19th Feb
S_Eff19/02/2020 18:47

Would love to stop taking them but have a hiatus hernia so have 0 choice …Would love to stop taking them but have a hiatus hernia so have 0 choice in the matter


I had one of this too pal, I’ve a photo if you’d like to see I know what 5 yrs and three cameras down the gullet is like. Mine led to easonophilic oesophagitus (spelt wrong I think) so basically everything became inflamed and allergic so PPI was going to be forever but a simply test and boom, wheat + shrimp is off the menu and fighting fit once more!

That PPI is evil it only says max 8 weeks. Also avoid ibuprofen as that can lead to leaky gut which is how I got my wheat allergy I believe! I used to eat 4 weatabix for brekkie even! Use curcurmin instead as it doesn’t block both your cox receptors unlike ibuprofen meaning it weakens your stomach lining allowing things to enter your blood that shouldn’t
Edited by: "wipe0wt2097" 19th Feb
wipe0wt209719/02/2020 19:06

I had one of this too pal, I’ve a photo if you’d like to see I kn …I had one of this too pal, I’ve a photo if you’d like to see I know what 5 yrs and three cameras down the gullet is like. Mine led to easonophilic oesophagitus (spelt wrong I think) so basically everything became inflamed and allergic so PPI was going to be forever but a simply test and boom, wheat + shrimp is off the menu and fighting fit once more!That PPI is evil it only says max 8 weeks. Also avoid ibuprofen as that can lead to leaky gut which is how I got my wheat allergy I believe! I used to eat 4 weatabix for brekkie even! Use curcurmin instead as it doesn’t block both your cox receptors unlike ibuprofen meaning it weakens your stomach lining allowing things to enter your blood that shouldn’t


Did you just ask your doctor for an allergy test? I've seen mines on ultrasound but shat out of getting the camera down the throat.
S_Eff19/02/2020 18:47

Would love to stop taking them but have a hiatus hernia so have 0 choice …Would love to stop taking them but have a hiatus hernia so have 0 choice in the matter


You might get on better with Ranitidine, I did
S_Eff19/02/2020 19:22

Did you just ask your doctor for an allergy test? I've seen mines on …Did you just ask your doctor for an allergy test? I've seen mines on ultrasound but shat out of getting the camera down the throat.


After 5 yrs I asked them as prior they led me down stupid paths, it confirmed the wheat allergy but missed a few other things that the Genova one picked up like shrimp and then intolerances to milk, eggs, tomatoes etc
Has anyone got any experience with online allergy tests that they could recommend. I have suffered with reflux for years. I have been omperazole but I am coming off that slowly, especially since I've been eating a healthier diet with the wife. I'm not overweight at all but the diet cuts out all processed food pretty much and it's just working really. Having said that, I get really bad flare ups and would love to get to the bottom of it. I'd be willing to pay for the tests online, so any recommendations?
Thanks Boz..
Is this tablet form?
Thanks Boz 🌞
wipe0wt209719/02/2020 18:59

Good luck mate, please let me know the results. Also might be worth you …Good luck mate, please let me know the results. Also might be worth you contacting Genova diagnostics and finding a local health practitioner, these guys help with finding the cause and are way better than doctors. Genova do the tests are they are way more comprehensive, you would benefit from their allergy test and the gut one. They send the kits out for free and then you send direct to them and the practitioner translates them for you. My bike was too thick, I couldn’t break down protein/carbs/fat correctly and I was a train wreck! Since the tests and adjustments I can get away with indulgence whenever really, I hope this helps.



How much does it cost any idea?
brettytopbanana19/02/2020 21:47

Has anyone got any experience with online allergy tests that they could …Has anyone got any experience with online allergy tests that they could recommend. I have suffered with reflux for years. I have been omperazole but I am coming off that slowly, especially since I've been eating a healthier diet with the wife. I'm not overweight at all but the diet cuts out all processed food pretty much and it's just working really. Having said that, I get really bad flare ups and would love to get to the bottom of it. I'd be willing to pay for the tests online, so any recommendations?


I’ve already mentioned which ones further up
HellriderUKDeals6920/02/2020 08:02

How much does it cost any idea?


They vary, tbh the site is amazing as you can put in your ailments and it suggests a bunch of tests but you need the health practitioner to be onboard also, if you get the tests you won’t be able to interpret the gut tests which you need with the allergy ones, it might show the costs on the site but I think there like £80-120 or something, worth every penny I’m actually going to do them again soon
Edited by: "wipe0wt2097" 20th Feb
This isn’t an effort to blow my own trumpet, but I was desperate and I didn’t find a single person who manage to get of PPI drugs but I never lost hope, I was fortunate my gym instructor advised me to ditch the docs and go alternate and I’ll never forget when she said my problem is I don’t have enough stomach acid.....my food pipe was red raw with hiatus hernia xyz, I nearly fell over but now I actually take extra acid supplements for big meals although I don’t eat red meat or chicken anymore. I suggest people watch game changer and what the health on Netflix!
PPI btw are designed to make non reflux people develop acid reflux according to aj American study as the health ones something like 50% of them who never had reflux developed it, makes sense right? If there’s no acid, you can break the food down and then it sits around the spincter allowing acid to pass up. It’s negligence to prescribe PPI to anyone unless there’s serious damage to your lining but they don’t care.

I saw my specialist last time after I cured myself to say hey a long prick would have saved me 5 years of hell, he didn’t give a hoot and banged on about elimination diets xyz which is plain stupid, if you’ve had gut damage for a long time it takes 3 months to heal after stopping the poison your allergic too so how on earth can you know what’s good or bad? No, find out the actual allergy and start there first
The sad thing is, my illness led to my auto immune system attacking my thyroid leading to the 1% of the population overactive version, this was even worse than the stomach issues so please act on this as soon as you can, you don’t want what I had trust me, I had to pop a radiation pill in the end and my levels are up and down constantly due to my thyroid being underactive
Edited by: "wipe0wt2097" 20th Feb
@wipe0wt2097 Cool to send you a PM to discuss this with you please?
lucas19/02/2020 15:53

Lol I’m not taking quack medical advice from a deals website



Good. You certainly shouldn't. I said, "It might be worth considering and looking into" specifically because people need to be responsible for their own due diligence, but mightn't have been aware of this option.
S_Eff20/02/2020 16:17

@wipe0wt2097 Cool to send you a PM to discuss this with you please?


Sure
lucas19/02/2020 15:53

Lol I’m not taking quack medical advice from a deals website


Goto docs for an allergy test, at least rule wheat allergy out as it’s everywhere! And oh good luck trusting ‘quacks’ when they stiickbyou on PPI drugs for life nothing like blocking vit D, calcium, magnesium but I hear osteoporosis is lovely!
Edited by: "wipe0wt2097" 21st Feb
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