It only took me four to five minutes to make this home remedy. And as I took the first sip, I felt my heartburn melt away.
Because at that point, I had been diagnosed with a deadly disease, directly caused by my acid reflux.
In the following short video, I’ll explain six fatal effects of acid reflux and how I finally managed to eliminate mine using three common ingredients found in most kitchens and all supermarkets.
Yes, heartburn makes your life miserable. It robs you of sleep, ruins your meals, and embarrasses you with burp and gas outbursts in the worst places.
Recent studies prove that acid reflux is the number one cause of not just one or two, but SIX types of fatal cancers (4).
Sum it all up, and you’re 1345% more likely to get one of these six cancers than does a person who doesn’t suffer heartburn.
I’ll explain in a second how I finally got rid of my acid reflux using a simple home remedy that takes only four or five minutes to make.
You most likely have all the ingredients sitting in your kitchen. So, if you want, you should be able to take the first sip within 10 minutes from NOW.
Like most people suffering heartburn, I was loading up on proton pump inhibitors (PPI), medications thinking they were safe.
According to a study from Washington University in St. Louis, PPI drugs increase your risk of dying within a year by a terrifying 50% (1).
Another study published in the Journal of the American Heart Association (2) proved that PPI pills drastically increase your risk of stroke.
And, in a new study from the University of Hong Kong and University College London published in the peer-reviewed journal Gut (6), these same drugs were found to double your risk of stomach cancer.
Other heartburn medications, such as antacids and H2 blockers (such as Tums and Zantac), may or may not be a little bit safer. However, numerous studies have also found a row of life-threatening side effects from these drugs.
When my insurance company stopped copaying for my medication a few years back, I had to shuffle out over $5000 a year for heartburn prescriptions.
Even after I turned to cheaper over-the-counter PPIs, I was still paying close to $2000 a year for drugs that were actually murdering me.
Additional testing luckily revealed that my cancer diagnosis was a false alarm — “false positive,” they called it.
PPI and other heartburn medications only temporarily mask the symptoms. They do not cure your acid reflux or GERD.
I’m sure you’ve tried everything from baking soda to just carrying around Tums everywhere you go.
When other common wisdom, such as sleeping sitting up, not eating spicy food, and avoiding sugar, chocolates, and tomato sauce… Read more…