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More than 50 million adult Americans have Silent Acid Reflux (SAR) and don’t even know it. Could this be you?

If left untreated, SAR can cause esophageal damage, which sometimes causes cancer or other diseases. The good news?

SAR can be healed naturally, so let’s get started! Sign up for the quiz now by entering your name and email in the box.

Heal acid reflux naturally with customized diet and lifestyle changes.

For most people, acid reflux is a lifestyle disease that is largely caused by diet, weight, stress, and other factors. This means it can also be healed or significantly improved by changing your diet and lifestyle.

The Healing Acid Reflux online program will help you manage and alleviate your acid reflux symptoms naturally and reduce or eliminate your medication completely. Here’s how it helped Gail:

“I can’t believe I feel this wonderful and am medication-free
after having been on Nexium for 
10 years!”

I have been completely off Nexium for an entire week now. And, yesterday was the first day I did not have to supplement with antacids. I’m feeling healthier and no longer live with the fear of developing esophageal cancer like my Mom.

Thank you Susan, and to everyone in the group, for the support and advice!

Gail
Plainville, Connecticut
Program
Participant: February to April 2017

Acid reflux is much more common than you may think.

Acid Reflux Statistics at a Glance

17.8% of the world population has heartburn once per week.1

Approximately 20 to 26% of Americans suffer from acid reflux (64+ million people).1, 2

More than 50 million adult Americans have undiagnosed silent acid reflux and don’t even know it.4

If you have AR 2 times per week for 3 weeks, this signals a condition that could be more serious.3

  1. World Digestive Health Handbook on Heartburn: A Global Perspective (5/2015)
  2. National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases
  3. Medical News Today (12/2016)
  4. Dr. Jamie Koufman and Dr. Oz “Silent Acid Reflux Epidemic” (2012)

Click here for a list of acid reflux symptoms
and to know when it’s time to see your doctor.

 

Susan shares her personal story of her husband Elliot’s journey with silent acid reflux and esophageal cancer. Read more

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The Silent Acid Reflux Quiz can save your life. Instantly download the quiz here:

Your email is 100% safe. Please check your email to confirm your subscription.

More than 50 million adult Americans have Silent Acid Reflux (SAR) and don’t even know it. Could this be you?

If left untreated, SAR can cause esophageal damage, which sometimes causes cancer or other diseases. The good news?

SAR can be healed naturally, so let’s get started! Sign up for the quiz now by entering your name and email in the box.