The other day, I overdid it on the spicy food. The heartburn crept up on me. Suddenly, it felt like my entire throat was on fire. I mean, it was excruciating. There is a simple weird little trick that is 100% natural. Simply eat a red, delicious apple. A simple apple triggers chemical changes in your gut that soothe your burning stomach and esophagus. Without the dangerous side effects of drugs.
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How Antacids and PPI’s can Destroy Your Health
New Science shows hidden, deadly risk of common Heartburn and Reflux Drugs.
If you take any over-the-counter drug for your acid reflux, heartburn, or GERD, including Prevacid and Prilosec, this timely report directly affects you. So take thirty seconds and read every word of this article. Carefully. Antacids and PPI’s can destroy your health. New science shows hidden, deadly risk of common heartburn and reflux drugs.
Acid Reflux Remedy Report
A slice of apple can bring you the relief you need.
Heartburn…acid reflux – whatever…it’s painful and it’s something you can do without. Do you know what your heartburn medication is doing to you right now? Yeah, you are reducing stomach acid…so how are you digesting your food? You can discover how a slice of apple can bring you the relief you need without being a drug addict.
Kitchen Cure for Acid Reflux
Learn it all in less than 100 words.
Acid Reflux Natural Cure Video
Free video presentation reveals doctor-approved acid reflux cure.
If you or someone you love suffers from painful heartburn, GERD or acid reflux then this could be the most important article you’ve ever read. Because Barton Publishing is blowing the whistle on the big drug companies by revealing simple home remedies that cure acid reflux without expensive prescription or over the counter drugs.
Naturally Treat Acid Reflux
Cure heartburn, lose weight, heighten sex drive.
The stomach contains acids! The function of this potent acid is to help you digest the food. Your stomach has no problem handing this due to its thick lining. However, the problem arises when the stomach acid backs up into your esophagus. When this happens it is clinically labeled heartburn. When this happens for an extended period, it is called acid reflux or GERD (Gastro-esophageal reflux disease).