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  • Why a Heartburn Blog?
    Back in 2003-2005, I had so much trouble with heartburn (acid reflux, GERD, call it what you like), I couldn't sleep at night because it felt like I was having a heart attack. I'd end up getting a couple hours sitting propped up in a chair. I was only 25 at the time! I always felt lousy, and I had RSI, acne, headaches, and other issues, too (only later did I find out this was all related).

    The doctors wanted me to take prescription-strength acid-blocking pills every day; I was afraid of what taking this stuff all the time might do, and it didn't even help that much. Finally, I came across a couple of books that led me to get tested for food allergies; it turned out I was gluten- and dairy-intolerant. When I eliminated these foods from my diet, my heartburn and acid reflux symptoms disappeared within a couple weeks (my other health problems gradually went away as well).

    I stopped posting to this blog when my problems went away, but recently I've seen so much utter BS on the web (buy my ebook and I'll cure your heartburn!) that it made me want to start posting again. I'm not a doctor, so please find a natural practitioner (or at least a doctor who will help you look for root causes rather than prescribing drugs) to deal with your own problems. But if you find this blog more useful than the sites trying to scam you into buying get-well-yesterday products, please link to it and let's try to help some people...

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April 14, 2006

Comments

hjkl

First of all I dont see how you can eat anything while having heartburn. I can barely get water down my "throat" is so tight. Second watch ouch because almonds actually gives me heartburn and is the cause of the first couple times i ever experienced the hellish pain.

Stephen King

I had herburn for years. Finally I heard about almond. I havea handfull half an hour before bedtime, I never had heartburn since.

ZeightS

Im 7 weeks pregnant and I don't know why but I've been having heartburn and indigestion this early in my pregnancy.
I tried almonds and they worked like a charm! I'm so thankful I found this remedy because I felt ill 24/7 and couldn't do anything.

Dr Crystal

Well.... interesting....got here as I just looked up almonds/heartburn inspired by my patient yesterday who I watched stop her raging heartburn with two almonds....she says it works everytime for her! (and nothing else seems to!)

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