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Why Stomach Acid Is Good for You: Natural Relief from Heartburn Indigestion, Reflux and Gerd (Anglais) Broché – 20 août 2001

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Why Stomach Acid is Good for You This groundbreaking book unleashes a brilliant new plan for permanently curing heartburn by relieving the root cause of the problem: low stomach acid. Full description

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 This wonderful book got me started on a journey that corrected ... 15 octobre 2016
Par IBHIPRU2? - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Stomach Acid Rocks! This wonderful book got me started on a journey that corrected some nasty problems, some of which have nagged me for years! I have had asthma since youth but it has worsened in the past two years. Two years ago I developed periodic bouts of hoarseness, phlegm buildup in my throat shortly after eating, a constant post nasal drip and a feeling of some sort of gas creeping up into my trachea about 30 minutes after eating. A trip to an ENT doctor resulted in a diagnosis of a form of reflux called LPR or silent reflux. This form doesn't burn your esophagus but wrecks havoc in your sensitive upper respiratory area. The Doc gave me...yes you guessed it Prilosec, an acid reducer. Upon doing my own research on LPR I ran across the works of Chris Kressor and Norman Robillard (Fast Tract Digestion, HESARTBURN, A Revolutionary Diet System to Treat and Prevent Acid Reflux Without Drugs" that attributed reflux to Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO), which can be the result of low stomach acid. I did the stomach acid self test and determined I was deficient. I started taking HCL with Pepsin about three months ago and can report no more hoarseness, no more asthma and no more upper respiratory discomfort. Surprisingly, another chronic ailment I have suffered with for decades has also apparently gone away and that is pelvic floor pain. Recent research has identified a connection between pelvic floor pain and SIBO.
8 internautes sur 8 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Troubles with heartburn or acid reflux? You need this book! 8 décembre 2016
Par R. HAMILTON - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This was a wake up call. I hadn't had recurrent problems with heartburn or acid reflux for over a year (only once in about 18 months) but after an endoscopy my doctor put me on a proton pump inhibitor to cut down on stomach acid. Well, it did that rather effectively, and along with it I had major lung congestion, heavy mucous in the mouth and throat, and bouts of swallowing difficulty. I found this book and discovered that we need that stomach acid, so I decided to see what would happen if I stopped the meds. Everything cleared up within 24 hours!

You might not have the same result, but read this book before (or after) you go on acid reducers or PPIs to cut down on acid. It may be the opposite of what you need! Make an informed decision. Doctors are advertised to, sold to, and pushed by drug companies to use drugs to solve everything.

By the way, yes, at one point I had some acid reflux problems. But I fixed that by losing weight, changing to a low-carbohydrate diet, and eating supper 3 hours before bed. Now I'm healthier in many ways.
16 internautes sur 17 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Absolutely essential reading 9 juillet 2016
Par J. FELLA - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This is an excellent book, written by an incredible holistic-minded physician. This guy knows his stuff: Dr. Wright was the guy who brought bio-identical hormone therapy to the U.S. He explains in a lot of detail why stomach acid is critical for the health of the entire human body. Where some of the myths or misunderstandings about it came about, etc. He also explains how to easily and inexpensively test/treat yourself with HCL/pepsin capsules in a very concise manner. I found that my acid levels are lacking after following his protocol. I went up to the maximum 7 capsules per meal, and never had any burning or discomfort in my stomach. That means for at least the last 10 years or so, my poor stomach has been having a hard time, and thus, the rest of my digestive system as well.

I should mention one of the reasons I suspected I had poor stomach acid production. Off and on, for the last decade or so, I'd periodically have this persistent, gnawing hunger in my stomach, even after I had just eaten. In fact, sometimes it would literally get worse after I ate. That symptom had gotten a lot worse the last year or so, happening more frequently, sometimes for days at a time. After some searching, and ruling out a couple of other causes, I found that this is a common symptom of low stomach acid! I'm happy to report, that the HCL/pepsin therapy seems to have taken care of that annoying symptom, or at least knocked it way down.

If you or anyone you know, has heartburn or ANY other digestive issues, I strongly encourage you to read this book. It is a real eye-opener. The ONLY thing I will say, is that, in the book he mentions they don't really know why people with low stomach-acid production experience heartburn, but that they observe clinical improvement when acid production is improved. From what I've read elsewhere, we DO know why: if stomach acid is deficient, food sits in your stomach and ferments, which creates gas. That gas carries particles of the stomach acid upward, to the GE sphincter, and irritates it, causing the heartburn. But that's just a side-note and doesn't warrant taking away a star for this book. Great stuff
36 internautes sur 37 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 First time I have ever reviewed a book... 4 août 2013
Par Amorette Halley - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I have six children, and don't have time to sit down and write book reviews, but after recommending this book again to a friend, I believe it has proven itself worthy of a review from this busy Mama. I had wonderful pregnancies, but they could do a number on my stomach as little feet pressed up against my stomach, and that all too familiar acid reflux demanded that I pop Pepcid, Gaviscon, etc. I even had my esophagus stretched in between pregnancies after months of horrible "new" issues. My throat would be so tense for weeks it would feel like I was about to cry constantly, while my stomach was in a constant state of misery after every meal and between meals. If I was hungry, the issues became even worse. The last thing I wanted to do was be on a prescription for the rest of my life. I picked up this book years ago, when there were just a handful of reviews. It was a fascinating read, but I was scared to death to take the acid. In desperation I began taking licorice root to help my throat heal, and shortly thereafter, started the acid. What a life changer!!! I took the acid for almost a year, and now I no longer need to take the acid, except for occasional flare ups. Even my husband asks "Where is the acid?" when he feels things are stuck. All I can say, is please try it. If it makes you miserable...you have wasted $15.00 and a few minutes of your time. If it makes you instantly feel better, you have saved yourself thousands of dollars in meds, and your stomach/throat/and peace of mind will thank you.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Some minor irritating errors in the Kindle version, but generally helpful and easy to understand 23 décembre 2016
Par LaffingKat - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I found the content of this book quite helpful and easy to understand, but I had some frustrations with the format and organization, particularly in the Kindle version.

As someone with several autoimmune diseases, I was particularly interested in the chapter that discusses the connection between hypochlorhydria, leaky gut, and autoimmune disease. I've just recently started taking supplemental HCl and pepsin under the guidance of one of the physicians at the Tahoma Clinic (of which Dr. Wright is the founder and medical director), and I am already seeing some improvement in my digestive symptoms. I will be very interested to see whether this also improves the symptoms of any of my other health problems.

My frustrations are primarily due to problems that should have been corrected by an editor or proofreader. Some of these problems were likely due to the use of OCR software. For example, "tly" consistently appears as "dy," and "Tums" appears as "Turns." In other places, there were minor grammar problems or missing punctuation that may have been in the original text. The intended meaning is not difficult to decipher, but I find these kinds of errors annoying.

As for the organization, I was a little frustrated having to wait until Chapter 7 to read about the suggested changes to relieve heartburn and correct low stomach acid, but I wouldn't mind so much if there was an entry in the Table of Contents linking to the lovely summarizing table. Again, a minor complaint, but something I would have wanted to change if I had edited this book.

Despite these minor frustrations, I think this book was generally clear and easy to understand, and many people would benefit from reading it.
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