Heartburn Solved: How to Reverse Acid Reflux and GERD Naturally

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Heartburn leading to acid reflux disease, or gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) seems pretty simple, right? Just an issue of too much stomach acid, right? Not so fast. The mass media, internet and conventional medicine have largely mischaracterized this condition - affecting millions and growing each year - for decades. "Heartburn Solved" identifies the real causes for this condition and lays out simple and low-cost natural solutions that physicians and their patients can readily employ. "Heartburn Solved" is not an anecdotal essay of opinionated conjecture. The author's groundbreaking scientific findings are supported by nearly a thousand clinical studies and hundreds of references from traditional medicines around the world, forming the most comprehensive alternative health treatise on GERD available today.

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Introduction

Chapter One: What is GERD?

Tony

Emily

The Canary in the Coal Mine

Symptoms of GERD

Diagnosing GERD

The Modern Rise of GERD

GERD Prevalence

GERD and Other Conditions

The Quick “Fixes”

Non-Acid Reflux and NERD

Chapter Two: The Physiology of GERD

The Esophageal Sphincters

The Stomach Machinery

GERD and Gastritis

Acids and Bases

The Helicobacter pylori Connection

The Mucosal Connection

The Stomach Lining

Heartburn Pain

Reactive Mucosal Glands

The Development of Mucosal Integrity

Epithelial Permeability

Mechanical Issues and Haital Hernia

GERD and Airway Mucosal Conditions

GERD and Sore Throat

Chapter Three: GERD and Probiotics

Probiotics and H. pylori

More Colonizers

Esophageal Probiotics

Probiotics and GERD-related Conditions

Chapter Four: GERD Precursors

Toxic Chemicals

Foods that Irritate

How we Eat

Obesity

Alcohol

Other Beverage Issues

The GERD Lifestyle

GERD and the Sun

GERD in Singers, Musicians and Athletes

Stress

Sleep

Heavy Metals

Water Pollutants

Microorganisms

Refluxive Pharmaceuticals

Chemical Food Additives

Air Pollutants

Other Toxins

Chapter Five: GERD Strategies

Anti-GERD Herbs

Anti-reflux Nutrition Strategies

Probiotic and Prebiotic Strategies

Enzyme Strategies

Weight Loss and GERD

Mucosal Hydration

Exercise Strategies

Infantile GERD Strategies

Acupuncture and Acupressure

Sleeping Strategies

Stress Strategies

Other Anti-GERD Strategies

Conclusion

References and Bibliography

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