Heartburn, Gerd & Reflux

Acid Reflux And Gerd Are Very Common

These Symptoms Are Not Just Painful — They Also Mean Your Digestion Needs Help

Heartburn, otherwise known as acid reflux, sometimes happens. The contents of your stomach (food) doesn’t break down — instead it just sits there and creates gas. Gas and the food particles creep up into your esophagus and cause a burning pain. Sometimes sitting up helps. Changing food habits definitely helps. There are foods to eliminate and foods to encourage. We have menus, grocery lists and yummy recipes that naturally eliminate the likely culprits: fried foods, spicy foods, naturally acidic foods, alcohol and carbonated beverages. But it goes beyond that.

It is our experience (and up-to-date science confirms) that a primary problem with acid reflux is that food is just sitting in the stomach, not breaking down properly and metabolizing so that your body isn’t getting the building-block nutrients it needs. With some targeted supplementation, we can get food moving and breaking down again. Actually, it’s a fairly an easy fix for us.

So, please reach out, and we’ll be happy to help.