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“GERD”

Low Acid Type Persons Are Prone To Have Heartburn

Low Acid Type Persons Are Prone To Have Heartburn
Heartburn (GERD or acid reflux) is actually the process in which to stomach pushes the partially digested food back into the esophagus. This way the acid that is being regurgitated along with the food, produces the pain usually called “heartburn”. It is named so, because the burning [...]

Natural acid reflux remedies for heartburn

CURE HEARTBURN PAIN WITH NATURAL ACID REFLUX REMEDIES.
Heartburn can be experienced by a surge of gastric acid coming from the stomach to the upper part of the chest which brings about unpleasant feeling of burning pain. When acid backs up, it travels through the esophagus commonly named (pipe food), it aggravates the lining tissues [...]

Acid reflux remedies

Need help?
Are you tired of suffering from Acid Reflux, heart and chest burns?
Have you been diagnose with GERD, and your doctor told you that it’s permanent, that it can not be healed and the only way to stop the pain is to pop pills for the rest of your life!
Are you [...]

Cure Acid reflux with Apple Cider Vinegar

Cure Acid reflux with Apple Cider Vinegar
Most heartburn sufferers believe that acid reflux is related to producing too much stomach acid. Although this statement is true, the real fact is people suffering from acid reflux could be caused by either producing too much or not enough acid to brake down the content in their [...]

What is GERD?

What is GERD?
GERD Definition: is the medical acronym for : Gastro- Esophageal Reflux Disease.

A brief explanation on how the digestive system works will better help to understand what GERD is all about.
The human body naturally produces stomach acid in order to help our digestive system to function better. Food that we swallow travel from the [...]

Cure GERD with ELF

You probably have GERD when simple indigestion has turned into the point of having refluxes when you drink a glass of water or when frequent acid reflux surges up into your throat damaging your vocal cords and causing your voice to become raspy.
These and many other related acid reflux symptoms are associated with a [...]