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Why Stomach Acid Is Good for You: Natural Relief from Heartburn, Indigestion, Reflux and GERD

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This groundbreaking book unleashes a brilliant new plan for permanently curing heartburn by relieving the root cause of the problem: low stomach acid.

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  1. Rufus Quail says:
    83 of 83 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    End Antacid Dependency, February 3, 2008
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    This review is from: Why Stomach Acid Is Good for You: Natural Relief from Heartburn, Indigestion, Reflux and GERD (Paperback)

    A new remedy came on the market promising 14 days of heartburn relief. I rushed to the drugstore the day it hit the shelves. As advertised, I had 14 days of blissful remission.

    My suffering relieved, I relived the days when heartburn was impossible. There was a time I could gulp jalapeno peppers like candy. I could eat a double order of Nick’s Famous Coney Island Dogs piled with onions, washed down with a (small) pitcher of beer. I laughed at heartburn.

    When the 14 days ended, the heartburn returned with a vengeance, worse than ever. Warning labels proscribed continued use of the remedy. There has to be a better way, I concluded, and started researching heartburn online. This book turned up among the search results.

    Following the book’s advice, I swallowed a spoonful of fresh lemon juice to combat an attack of heartburn. The lemon juice caused some alarming turmoil in my stomach, but the heartburn subsided. I had some lemons on hand, so I squeezed them into glass bottles of drinking water. I put the juice of half a lemon in each quart bottle.

    For the next few months, I drank lemon-spiked water. The heartburn abated from day one. I didn’t need to take the acid tablets the book recommends.

    I am a beer and coffee lover, so there were occasional flareups. I might forget to take the onions out of my gyro. I fought these flareups with chewable papaya enzyme tablets, which work better than any antacid.

    My shopping habits changed. Instead of buying antacids in jumbo bottles, I bought lemons by the 5-pound bag. I squeezed one or two lemons a day into my drinking water.

    Eventually, water didn’t taste right without lemon. I ended my lemon water addiction. In 3 years, the heartburn has not returned. I’ve been working on the same bottle of papaya enzyme while eating and drinking practically anything I want (except onions).

    I’ve had a puzzling response from fellow sufferers when I have suggested this book. People don’t want to hear about it. They get the idea that it’s some kooky, possibly dangerous, health fad. Strangely, they seem reluctant to give up their trusty antacids. They’d rather keep fighting a losing battle than take a chance on a simple cure that sounds counterintuitive. MORE stomach acid will cure heartburn?

    I consider myself lucky to be open to alternatives. I turned to this book only because I was so fed up with years of riding the antacid merry-go-round. If you are serious about ending antacid dependence, this book has the answer.

    You have to be patient while the authors lay out their theories and research findings. For the doubting medical community and readers leery of jarring unconventional ideas, the authors take several chapters to make their case.

    Actual advice for heartburn sufferers can be summarized in a few pages. A few pages that can make your life a whole lot better.

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  2. G. Shane says:
    96 of 97 people found the following review helpful:
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    This book shocked me, January 6, 2005
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    This review is from: Why Stomach Acid Is Good for You: Natural Relief from Heartburn, Indigestion, Reflux and GERD (Paperback)

    A great, great book. I stopped taking my Prevacid before I finished the second chapter. Dr. Wright exposes how the medical profession treats the problem of a little bit of stomach acid in the wrong place (your esophagus) by almost completely neutralizing your stomach acid with powerful drugs. But without stomach acid, you can’t absorb nutrients properly, and you can’t prevent bacteria growth in your stomach! Thank God I found this book, or I would have taken those pills forever, and my symptoms weren’t even that bad. I needed to change a few eating habits, not get rid of stomach acid forever. I was honestly taken aback that doctors could be so ignorant of the importance of stomach acid for your health, and so willing to casually prescribe a powerful (and profitable) pill to simply make the symptoms go away without treating the cause.

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