Acid Reflux

Foods to Avoid With GERD

…alcohol in the evening. In Norway, they discovered that individuals who routinely added salt to their meals had almost twice the risk of experiencing acid reflux. Reducing your salt intake is a simple GERD remedy. If the food seems too bland, then try substituting other herbs, spices, and flavored vinegars…

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How to Fix a Hiatal Hernia Naturally

If you have a hiatal hernia, you probably experience the horrible burning in your chest associated with heartburn and acid reflux after most meals. I’d like to offer a simple, natural solution for your mealtime discomfort. But first, a quick explanation of what’s happening: Your diaphragm separates…

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How to Give Yourself Heartburn

…sphincter. * Eat late in the day. Production of your digestive juices (acids and enzymes) increases between about 10 p.m. and 2 a.m. If you eat a big meal then head off to bed, your stomach will be full when you lie down, and the highly acidic stomach contents can leak through the sphincter. * Eat foods that…

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Kiwi Extract for Better Digestion

…probiotics that allow us to digest our food and absorb nutrients. With deficiencies in digestive enzymes we suffer from constipation, bloating, gas, acid reflux, and heartburn as a result of food not being fully or properly digested. Undigested food in your digestive tract will rot and increase the risk of…

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