What can I do about acid reflux?

Take 1 tbsp of raw apple cider vinegar before meals, and your acid level will be normalised. If you find it too strong, you can mix it in a cup of lukewarm water with 1/4 tsp of raw wild honey.

Q: My acid reflux is a recurring nightmare. No matter what I take, it returns.

A: Acid reflux is a disease of the modern age. In earlier times, it was probably nonexistent. Of course, once in a while it’s normal to have a little heart burn or indigestion. This occurs when you overindulge in alcohol or rich food, or when you have overeaten. This, however, should go away in a few hours.

Acid reflux, as complementary medicine experts explain it, is simply the lack of natural stomach acids to digest your food. The reason you feel discomfort is not because your stomach is acidic. It simply lacks the acids required for proper digestion. Try not to take your antacids. They will reduce more of your stomach acids, if not all of it.

The solution is simple. Take 1 tbsp of raw apple cider vinegar before meals, and your acid level will be normalised. You will feel results soon enough. If you find it too strong, you can mix it in a cup of lukewarm water with 1/4 tsp of raw wild honey. For now, begin with one fresh raw apple.

See your physician if your problems persist.

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