What are the Best Natural Remedies for Acid Reflux?

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Natural Remedies for Acid Reflux – One Item Cures Acid Reflux

If you have been suffering from acid reflux for some time, it’s likely that you’ve developed a sense of which foods make the problem worse.

A new study published in the Journal of the Formosan Medical Association pinpoints how cutting out just one specific food item can drastically reduce, even eliminate, heartburn.

And you probably didn’t expect it to be this particular item.

12 people with gastroesophageal reflux disease, an average age of 52 years, and a healthy body weight were given two liquid meals, one for lunch and one for dinner.

Meal A consisted of 500 ml of liquid containing 474.4 calories with 10.4 grams protein, 10.4 grams fat, and 84.8 grams carbohydrate.

Meal B also consisted of 500 ml of liquid but contained 850.4 calories with 10.4 grams protein, 10.4 grams fat, and 178.8 grams carbohydrate.

Three days before the study, the participants were given an endoscopy to examine their esophaguses and their esophageal sphincters (the valve that is meant to prevent reflux of stomach acid into your esophagus).

Throughout the study, they wore a pH probe with pH sensors connected to a digital recorder to test the level of acid in their esophaguses.

With all this information available, they could see that, compared with the lower-carbohydrate meal, the higher-carbohydrate meal caused:

1. A longer total reflux time

2. More periods of constant reflux

3. More reflux periods longer than five minutes, and

4. More heartburn sensation and acid regurgitation.

Therefore, to relieve your symptoms, you should eat lower quantities of carbohydrates.

But there is a simpler way to eliminate acid reflux—and, using this method, you can eat almost anything without experiencing pain. I’ll explain this simple method in detail here…

Natural Remedies for Acid Reflux – 5 Things That Eliminate Acid Reflux

Acid reflux is a serious condition that can cause numerous lethal diseases.

That’s probably the reason that many doctors jump to immediately prescribing medications. Unfortunately, these medications have proven to be more dangerous than the acid reflux itself.

So, we welcome a new study from Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School, published in JAMA Internal Medicine.

These researchers identify five simple lifestyle changes you can make to drastically reduce or even eliminate acid reflux.

The five lifestyle factors they identified were normal weight, no smoking, moderate-to-vigorous daily physical exercise for at least 30 minutes, no more than two daily cups of coffee, tea, or soda, and a prudent diet.

If you think about it, with the exception of the 30 minutes of daily exercise, these guidelines are not too difficult to follow. For example, they don’t tell you to follow a Mediterranean or a DASH diet, just any carefully thought-through sensible diet. You are even allowed two cups of coffee or soda per day.

They obtained their data from the Nurses’ Health Study II, a large nation-wide study that asked its participants to return detailed health and lifestyle questionnaires twice a year from 1989 onwards.

For this study, the researchers used data from 42,955 women aged 42–62. From 2005 to 2017, their questionnaires included questions about acid reflux and heartburn.

Those women who followed all five of these lifestyle guidelines managed to reduce their acid reflux symptoms by 37%. Some of them managed to reduce it by almost half.

To ensure that acid reflux medications did not interfere with their results, they separately examined the data for women on these medications, establishing that these lifestyle factors worked in their cases too, by approximately the same amount.

Therefore, whether or not you are on some unhealthy medication, these lifestyle factors work to reduce symptoms.

One of the most effective of these lifestyle factors was physical exercise, which the scientists speculated probably worked by promoting movement in the digestive tract that, in turn, cleared away the excess stomach acid.

Another factor was normal weight. Obesity puts pressure on your stomach that then compromises the functioning of the sphincter between your stomach and esophagus, where the acid then escapes.

Therefore, if you want to reduce your acid reflux by 37%, follow these guidelines.

Stop smoking, keep your body weight normal, exercise for at least 30 minutes daily, eat a sensible diet, and drink only two cups of coffee, tea, or soda per day.

But if you want to completely eliminate acid reflux in as little as five minutes, then just follow the one little tip explained here…

Natural Remedies for Acid Reflux – Cause and Cure for Acid Reflux Discovered

Around 20% of the population suffers from acid reflux.

The traditional medical system has no solution except popping PPI pills, which can cause serious side effects—from stomach cancer to depression.

This is a shame, because a new study published in in the journal Digestive and Liver Disease reveals a shocking discovery.

Apparently, most cases of acid reflux are caused by easily identifiable and avoidable lifestyle factors. So there’s no need for PPIs anymore.

Scientists from the Beijing University of Chinese Medicine identified 23 studies investigating environmental factors that contribute to acid reflux.

From these studies, they identified seven primary risk factors for acid reflux: being overweight or obese, having fat deposited around the abdomen, smoking, consuming alcohol, using nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), drinking coffee, and have a stomach bacterium called Helicobacter pylori.

The most serious of these risk factors are the ones that cause both gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) and erosive esophagitis together. The latter is a symptom of GERD. It involves serious inflammation of the esophagus that eventually causes esophageal cancer.

The risk factors that cause both GERD and erosive esophagitis together are being overweight or obese, having abdominal fat, drinking alcohol and coffee, and having Helicobacter pylori. These are especially important to avoid.

Smoking and NSAID use tend to cause GERD alone, without erosive esophagitis.

Watch this video to learn about the natural remedies for acid reflux – How to treat ACID REFLUX AT HOME – HEARTBURN TREATMENT(GERD)

Now, you may not be able to cut out all these lifestyle factors causing acid reflux. Or maybe you already have, but you still suffer. But don’t despair, because here is an even easier natural way to eliminate acid reflux—starting today…

This post is from Scott Davis’ Acid Reflux Solution. This program helps you to cure your heartburn and acid reflux by using natural remedies to quickly heal your stomach without dangerous medicine or risky surgeries. It can also help you to remove some disorders of acid reflux such as constipation or IBS.

To find out more about the program, go to Best Natural Remedies for Acid Reflux

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