Heartburn

How to Give Yourself Heartburn

…stomach contents from coming back into your esophagus and causing heartburn. A lot of heartburn issues are "self-inflicted," meaning we cause it with our own habits. In fact, there are three surefire ways to give yourself heartburn: * Even if you're full, keep eating. If your stomach is very full, an…

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Weekly Update for December 9, 2013

…diet please visit my Tumblr minisite! This week’s issue covers: * Fight the Flu with Vitamin D * Beating Metabolic Syndrome * Avoiding Holiday Heartburn Also, coming up on my blog this week: * The Excess Acidity Primer – Wednesday, December 11 * The Best Sleep Position – Friday, December 13 Be…

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Kiwi Extract for Better Digestion

…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 infection and…

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Foods to Avoid With GERD

…country whose population is seeing an increase in problems with heartburn, or GERD. By looking at study surveys, researchers at Karolinska Hospital in Stockholm, Sweden, compared 3,153 individuals who reported problems with severe heartburn or regurgitation to 40,210 people without GERD symptoms. They…

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Weekly Update for July 29, 2013

…email to begin receiving my health tips in your inbox. This week’s issue covers: * The Link Between Migraines and Breast Cancer * How to Avoid Heartburn * Tips for Healthy Eating Using Your Freezer Also, watch my blog this week. I’m launching a new publishing schedule with new content every Wednesday…

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