Pop a Pill for Heartburn? Try Diet and Exercise Instead – The New York Times

I’m always telling you that the popular press and conventional medical world will catch up eventually. I just don’t want you to wait, especially when your brain is involved. And drugs for heartburn, whether over-the-counter, or prescription, have a terrible long term impact on your brain.

Not only your brain, but your bones, your kidneys, absorption and assimilation of nutrients, especially minerals, increased risks of infection, and more…

Yet they are still one of the most used drugs in America, because it’s such a common problem, and most people don’t know what else to do.

Frankly, I’m terrified for people who use these and become reliant on them. It’s a band-aid that disguises symptoms, doesn’t heal the problem, and creates serious long term health issues.

Clients in my practice are often amazed how quickly their heartburn and reflux disappear, no matter how many years they’ve been suffering.

You don’t have to rely on trial and error, or someone else’s list of probable/possible culprits. This is something I can address simply and practically in your Initial Consultation with me.

Heal the gut, lower inflammation, learn to eat well – for you – and your health will soar.

I promise.

Source: Pop a Pill for Heartburn? Try Diet and Exercise Instead – The New York Times

p.s. I just returned from a 3 day conference on Healing the Brain, with Drs Dietrich Klinghardt, Joe Mercola, Simon Yu and many other brilliant experts who’ve empowered me with even more strategies for optimizing brain health both short term and long term. Want help? That’s what I’m here for!

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