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My eBook, Acid Reflux: Achieving Lasting Healing with Traditional Foods ...Has Helped More Than 17,000 Customers end their acid reflux forever!

What is being offered here is a science-based strategy to  sustainably and permanently end your acid reflux through dietary and lifestyle changes. Give this a try and if it doesn’t work for you, we’ll give you your money back! -----> ***60 Day Money Back Guarantee*** <-----

There are Some Things You Need to Know… ONE IN FIVE people have acid reflux disease. Acid-reflux disease is an extremely common ailment of the digestive system in our society today. The increased incidence of digestive disorders is largely due to the drastic changes in our food supply since 1950. There are endless radio, television, internet and magazine ads dedicated to medication that treats acid-reflux and other related digestive complaints, but all of them leave you the consumer dependent on the medicine(s) to treat the symptom, not the disease. ASTHMA and EAR INFECTIONS are very commonly "accompanying symptoms" of acid reflux. 60 million Americans have acid-reflux, and nobody knows how much of the developing world is beginning to experience the same condition (from the same root causes). In addition to the typical symptom of acid-regurgitation, there are MANY other lesser-known symptoms including hoarseness, belching, chronic throat clearing and sore throat, persistent coughing, difficulty swallowing, nausea, asthma/wheezing and persistent hiccups in adults. In infants and children, frequent ear infections, excessive crying, nausea with or without vomiting, excessive coughing, respiratory problems, refusing food, and excessive belching and burping are prominent as well. What is the cause of this massive increase in "GERD"–there has been a 56% increase in the last few years, of...

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