Mainstream medicine would have you believe that you have too much stomach acid, causing you unbearable pain. Their solution is to turn off the stomach's ability to produce acid to stop your discomfort. This leads to improper digestion of food and improper absorption of vital nutrients. What is causing your acid reflux in the first place? Mainstream Allopathic medicine does not address the cause of Acid Reflux, they only take away the symptoms for a short period of time, only to rear its ugly head again later. Here is the giant elephant in the room. Your stomach acid is not too strong. Your stomach acid is too weak. The body is always trying to fix itself and whether your stomach acid is too strong or too weak is irrelevant. Something is missing from your body, for it to not be fixing itself. As with most chronic issues, it always leads back to mineral deficiencies. In particular, Calcium and Chloride. A good majority of Americans eat few vegetables and don't get enough calcium. Chloride is mostly brought into a diet through the salt shaker. Table salt is sodium chloride. I recommend sea salt. If your doctor has put you on a sodium restricted diet, you are at risk of a chloride deficiency and Acid Reflux. This is why you must supplement daily. I recommend you watch and follow my video, Foods that Harm. Start incorporating more fruits and vegetables into your diet and avoid refined sugar as much as possible. I recommend Greens plus to pack to body with good Phytonutrients and Ionic calcium, a cheap and highly absorbable way to get calcium, chloride, and trace minerals.
Calcium Rich Foods:
Black Eyed Peas
Milk (Not a big fan of Pasteurized and Homogenized)
Greens First Pro (Original, Berry, or Chocolate) One scoop a day.
*Ionic Calcium (especially if you are on a salt restriction, contains Chloride) 1/4 tsp a day.
*The ionic calcium has a strong taste. You can add it to your greens first to mask the taste.
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