Did you know that when proton pump inhibitors (PPI’s) are taken for an extended period of time it can wreak havoc on your system? It is only masking your symptoms; the acid is still there, you just can't feel it. It interferes with vitamins and minerals being absorbed...read more
Many times, I hear people saying, "even water gives me heartburn!" Surprisingly, that can be very true. Think of it this way, if you were to fill up a bowl with soup and then poured water over it, what do you think will happen? Yes, it will overflow. Now use the same...read more
Acid Reflux (AR) has become a massive problem in the American culture, and around the world as well. The change in our diet and our lifestyle habits have contributed to the rise in this problem. We tend to eat more fatty foods, eat late or on the go. Restaurants don’t...read more
Are you having difficulty swallowing? Experiencing a persistent sore throat? Have you suddenly been able to lose those last ten pounds with no explanation at all? While that might be signs of the flu that just won’t go away, it could also be the signs of Esophageal...read more
Being overweight or obese increases your chances of developing diseases like Type II Diabetes or High Blood Pressure, but in addition to those life-threatening conditions, you are also more susceptible to 13 different types of cancer. When it comes to esophageal...read more
Everyone is talking about "mindfulness." What are they all saying? Mindful of what? Eating? Sleeping? My surroundings? What's it all mean? Well if you are a sufferer of acid reflux and you want to take control of your health issues, then mindfulness of life should be...read more
I'll get people asking me, "Can I have wine if I have acid reflux? Can I drink coffee? I just read an article, and it's all over the news, that a glass of red wine a day is good for your heart and a cup of coffee is beneficial to your health!" Well yes, that is all...read more
Exercising and heartburn can be a common theme together. When someone has heartburn, the lower esophageal sphincter (LES) becomes relaxed and allows the acid from the stomach to float up through the esophagus. You see the LES should be closed for business, but acid...read more
Wouldn't it be nice to walk into your closest lab and get bloodwork to screen for cancer? Well according to Amy Norton, a reporter from HealthDay, a new direction to test for this terrible disease may be underway. This new blood test can detect breast, ovarian, colon,...read more
My husband Elliot suffered from silent acid reflux, but we didn't know it. Elliot's eating habits weren't the best; he would often dig into a pint of ice cream or have leftovers as a late night snack before bed. As he slept, he would start choking on stomach acid that...read more
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