TREATMENT OF ACID REFLUX

TREATMENT OF ACID REFLUX

Many people suffer from acid reflux or heartburn throughout their lives and don't understand why they experience that burning sensation that reaches through the chest to the throat. Medical professionals explain acid reflux as stomach acids and hydrochloric acid backing up into the esophagus. However, this theory of cause is unfounded and limited in its understanding, as we will explain in this article. The digestive system is such a mystery that most of the time when doctors treat patients for disease, their knowledge is based solely on theory. In fact, even the enzyme factor is only a theory. While enzymes do exist, all science and research can do right now is theorize what they do and how they cooperate with the digestive process. Nobody really understands enzymes. No one really understands what happens when food enters the stomach. For example, you may experience gas pain all the way up to your neck and shoulders, which may seem puzzling to you because you may wonder how gas can travel to that area of ​​the body (learn more about this in Anthony William's book The Healer Medium" , where he considers the permeability of ammonia). Digestive science and research still has so much to discover, which is one of the reasons there is so little useful information about understanding and truly treating acid reflux once and for all.

What is acid reflux?

Acid reflux, although actually related to heartburn, is not caused by stomach acid or hydrochloric acid from the stomach. If you or someone you know regularly experiences acid reflux, the acid comes from either bacteria or toxins in the liver and even the small intestine, although the most common cause is bacterial. The medical community has no idea that this is actually what is behind this unpleasant condition. There are cases of acid reflux where there is an actual bowel kink or hernia. However, if the cause is not visible, it is directly related to the weakening of the liver and the development of bacteria. This bacteria produces an acid that mimics stomach acid and fools the doctor into thinking it is it, when in fact it is not acid produced by the stomach glands at all.

When you develop bacteria and acid based toxins that cause acid reflux or heartburn, it means that you actually have a lack of hydrochloric acid in your stomach. Hydrochloric acid is the good kind of acid that actually kills bacteria, which in turn prevents acid reflux. In other words, if you have bad heartburn, it means you don't have enough good heartburn.

Acid reflux is also associated with a weakened liver. Indigestion is usually caused by an overworked liver that cannot produce strong enough bile, which then forces the stomach to produce hyperhydrochloric acid to compensate. This is extremely taxing on both organs and can lead to acid reflux. If you or someone you love has acid reflux, it's very important to understand how your liver actually works and how to take care of it. Anthony William covers this in detail in Helping the Liver . Bacteria build up, sometimes in the duodenum and sometimes in the lower part of the stomach pouch, and there is not enough hydrochloric acid to fight them off. Hydrochloric acid in the stomach is actually a complex mixture of seven different acids that have yet to be discovered. Currently, the medical community mistakenly believes that hydrochloric acid is just one acid (you can read more about this in the book The Healing Medium . If someone is deficient in three of the seven acids in hydrochloric acid, the doctor or health professional will not be able to notice the problem because the truth is unknown in medical science and research.

The three goals of treating acid reflux

Treatment for acid reflux is not about taking a magic pill. Just as with the other conditions that Anthony William has explained in his books, true healing of acid reflux requires a lifestyle change to heal the true underlying problem. There are three goals in treating acid reflux: building up hydrochloric acid, killing non-productive bacteria like strep or Escherichia coli, and strengthening the liver. As we'll discuss below, all three can be achieved with some dietary changes. There are also some really helpful nutritional supplements that can be taken that are powerful bacteria fighters. However, the main change will come with the diet.

Foods to avoid

The four most important foods to avoid when treating acid reflux are gluten, dairy, eggs, and it can also be very helpful to reduce or eliminate animal protein while you are being treated. Gluten, dairy products (milk, butter, cheese, cream, yogurt, milk kefir) and eggs are a favorite food source for bacteria, and it will be very difficult to cure acid reflux if you are still consuming them. If you hold onto the belief that yogurt or milk kefir heals the digestive tract because of its probiotic nature, it's important to understand that the rest of what yogurt and milk kefir are made of is still feeding all the unhelpful varieties of bacteria. Pathogenic microorganisms feed on food, and if you eliminate gluten, dairy, and eggs from your own diet, you remove food for the bacteria and prevent them from festering. Even if you get the highest quality organic egg from a free-range backyard hen, that egg will still feed the bacteria you're trying to fight. It is unfortunate that so many people and well-meaning doctors still consider eggs to be nature's perfect food. In fact, they feed pathogens that the medical community doesn't know are behind much of today's chronic disease. To learn more about pathogens and how they cause problems, you can read the books The Best Foods and Thyroid Healing .

It is helpful to reduce or eliminate animal proteins during treatment due to their inherent high fat content. All animal meats are high in fat, even if they are skinless and not fried. This may be surprising because you may have been told for a long time that eating skinless chicken breast or "clean" cuts of meat will help you lose weight because it is made up mostly of protein. However, this is simply not true. Fat is everywhere in chicken breasts and other "clean" meats, even if you cook them as cleanly as possible. By cutting back on fat by cutting down on animal protein, you'll give your liver the rest it deserves. Processing high-fat, high-protein food all day long is extremely taxing on the liver and forces the stomach to produce hyperhydrochloric acid to compensate. This is not a biased attack on eating animal protein. For example, if you eat a vegetarian or plant-based diet and have acid reflux, be sure to reduce your fat intake by reducing the amount of nuts, oils, and other high-fat foods you eat. Reducing fat, regardless of diet, is an important step when you want to cure acid reflux. In his book Helping the Liver , Anthony William discusses the true unknown impact of the fat we eat on our health and how the liver functions and responds.

What to eat

When treating acid reflux, focus on eating plenty of healthy carbohydrates from fruits, potatoes, sweet potatoes, and winter squash. You may have been told by experts, your loved ones or friends to avoid these foods, but fruits and potatoes are actually amazing disease fighters. Fruits are particularly powerful in killing bacteria. If you're worried that fruit has too much sugar, or you're afraid to eat it because you've been told it's not good for you, we can't tell you how wrong this myth is. Fruit sugar is not the same as processed sugars. It is critical to your health and the health of your loved ones that you understand this. I know it can be hard to let go of what you may have been told before, but fruit has more to offer you and your health than you can imagine. To learn more about why fruits are so important and why they've gotten such a bad rap, you can read our article The Truth About Fruits , as well as the books The Healing Medium and Cleansing for Health .

It is also useful to eat a lot of salads with cucumbers and tomatoes. Tomatoes actually have their own special type of vitamin C that can save someone's immune system and give them extra support in fighting off pathogens. Add spinach, thyme, butter lettuce, or other leafy greens of choice. Sprouts and microgreens are an especially amazing addition. Put some raw onions and raw garlic in your salads, which are powerful bacteria killers, and eat as much fresh thyme, oregano, rosemary, and sage as possible for their amazing help in treating bacterial problems. If you like avocado, you can also add a few slices of it. You can read about the undiscovered physical, spiritual and emotional healing benefits of each of these powerful foods in The Best Foods , which also includes 50 wonderful healing recipes.

The most miraculous food that can be included in the fight against acid reflux is celery stalk juice, which you can learn more about in our articles: "Celery stalk juice" , "Celery stalk juice - frequently asked questions" , "How to make celery stem juice" , "Celery stem juice for autoimmune and neurological conditions" , "Why should we drink half a liter of celery stem juice daily?" and "How the Sodium Cluster Salts in Celery Juice Help You Heal" . Drinking half a pint of pure celery stalk juice (do not add anything else to it for best results) every morning on an empty stomach restores the glands in the stomach that produce the seven component hydrochloric acid. There are undiscovered subgroups of mineral salts in celery stalk juice that contribute to this process and ensure the production of hydrochloric acid. Even drinking 100-200 ml. celery stalk juice every morning can work wonders in treating acid reflux. If you have severe acid reflux, you can even drink half a liter of pure celery juice twice a day, once in the morning and once in the afternoon or before dinner.

Antibacterial agents

Sticking to a diet full of fruits and vegetables will naturally support you in fighting the bacteria that cause acid reflux. In fact, fruit is the most amazing antibacterial and liver-healthy food we have. However, there are additional things we can do to combat the pathogen, such as including the following nutritional supplements. Hydrastis , elderberry syrup , cat's claw , and oregano oil are amazing antibacterials that can be included regularly or occasionally. You can also add licorice root and olive leaf extract to your food because these herbs fight bacteria and help eliminate gas that bacteria produce that the medical community doesn't know about. Another great antibacterial agent is aloe vera. You can make aloe vera water , which is the most powerful way to consume aloe, or drink aloe vera juice, or you can even cut open an aloe vera leaf, scrape out the gel, and eat it directly.

Also, consider adding herbal teas like fresh thyme, peppermint, elderberry, and lemon balm to your daily regimen. These herbal teas are powerful antibacterial agents and should not be underestimated. As we always advise, check with your doctor before starting a supplement protocol to discuss dosages that are right for you. To learn more about these supplements and many more that Anthony William recommends and uses, visit the Supplements section of his site: https://www.medicalmedium.com/preferred/supplements 

How to move forward

Now that you know the truth about what's behind acid reflux and heartburn, you can take the necessary steps to reduce and heal these conditions. If you manage to do one thing to improve your health today, celebrate that success and look forward to tomorrow when you can take another step toward healing. Focus on reducing your fat intake and drink celery stalk juice every morning when you can. Include the nutritional supplements that Anthony William recommends if you are ready for them. Enjoy lots of fresh, healing fruit and delicious salads. Over the years, many people have recovered from acid reflux and heartburn with these simple lifestyle changes, and you too can experience healing and relief from this condition.

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