Acid Reflux Cook Book

Famotidine, sold under the trade name Pepcid among others, is a medication that decreases stomach acid production. It is used to treat peptic ulcer disease, gastroesophageal reflux disease, and Zollinger-Ellison syndrome. It is taken by mouth or by injection into a vein. It begins working within an hour.

Each recipe here includes fruit, which ups the fiber content and overall healthiness. And, of course, fruit is low in fat. One of the healthiest desserts you can eat? Fruit! Now, if you have acid reflux, citrus is most likely out of the picture for you. When fruit alone won’t cut it, make one of […]

Have you been popping too many antacids or PPIs lately? Worried about GERD next? Find out what causes acid reflux and how you can manage it naturally.

Fiddleheads are one of the first wild edibles of spring but last only a few weeks. Learn how to find, identify (pics included) and cook them.

Sample day: Alkaline diet plan. We’ve put together a sample menu from our Alkaline for Life® meal plan to give you a sense of what you might eat if you’re trying to achieve an 80% alkaline diet.

Dietitian’s Take: Quaker Quick Oats vs. Instant Original. At the same serving size, the calories, carbohydrate, fat, protein and fiber contents are basically the same between the two versions of oats.

Unable to load Tweets

This is the first article of a four part series on acid reflux and GERD. Read the second article on the myths of H. pylori and low stomach acid being the major causes, the third article on the main stream medical treatments and the final article on the myths of trigger foods and a GERD diet that works without drugs.

According to Ayurveda, acid reflux is caused when the heat energy within our cells, known as Pitta, becomes imbalanced. Pitta is located in the stomach and is symbolized as a.

Sample day: Alkaline diet plan. We’ve put together a sample menu from our Alkaline for Life® meal plan to give you a sense of what you might eat if you’re trying to achieve an 80% alkaline diet.

Fiddleheads are one of the first wild edibles of spring but last only a few weeks. Learn how to find, identify (pics included) and cook them.

This is the first article of a four part series on acid reflux and GERD. Read the second article on the myths of H. pylori and low stomach acid being the major causes, the third article on the main stream medical treatments and the final article on the myths of trigger foods and a GERD diet that works without drugs.

Each recipe here includes fruit, which ups the fiber content and overall healthiness. And, of course, fruit is low in fat. One of the healthiest desserts you can eat? Fruit! Now, if you have acid reflux, citrus is most likely out of the picture for you. When fruit alone won’t cut it, make one of […]

[embedyt]//www.youtube.com/embed/[/embedyt]

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *