Imagine being in so much pain because of acid reflux that you lose your ability to speak. Think about not being able to feed yourself because you are too scared of the inevitable pain that eating any kind of food will put you through. Even worse, imagine that your constant reflux eventually causes you to develop cancer.
Acid reflux isn’t just painful—it’s one of the most common diseases affecting people today.
That means millions of people are at risk of their acid reflux developing into a more serious and even life threatening condition. Acid reflux is more than just a little bit of indigestion. It’s a pandemic.
Some people are sure that acid reflux is a food related problem. You’re stuffing the wrong things into your stomach, and your stomach is taking it out on you. That’s the kind of thinking that does make a lot of logical sense, but it ignores a lot of what is actually going on in your body. Other explanations include problems with the lower esophagus or with the composition of stomach acids.
So what is the problem? In a new program called Heartburn no more, Jeff Martin says none of these things are what’s really behind painful acid reflux. According to Martin, there’s a completely different suspect and it’s living in your stomach. It’s called H. Pylori—and it turns out that it creates a hostile environment inside the gut that results in an acid reflux backlash.
But how did Jeff Martin find this out? And where were the doctors during all of this?
H. Pylori isn’t something new to the medical profession. This is a bacterium that The World Health Organization (WHO) has deemed to be cancer-causing. It goes hand-in-hand with most incidence of stomach ulcers, stomach cancer, and—you guessed it—acid reflux disease. However, getting rid of H. Pylori isn’t the way that doctors go about treating acid reflux.
Jeff Martin found all this out the hard way. He was an ordinary acid reflux sufferer, but it wasn’t until he found himself laying flat on his back in a doctor’s office, getting cancerous cells scrapped from his esophagus lining, that he realized how bad acid reflux really could be. He had to find a better way to fight this.
Luckily, he was put in contact with a university biologist named Richard Harrow who told him about H. Pylori and how to get rid of it from the body. That last bit was the secret the big pharmaceutical companies don’t want people to know: You can get rid of H. Pylori, not just hide the symptoms.
That’s what forms the backbone of Martin’s new treatment system Heartburn No More. He advocates ditching the prescription solutions in favor of a 100% natural course of treatment that he says kills H. Pylori dead. His natural approach is more relevant than ever, as new researchsuggests a link between using anti-reflux medications and kidney damage.
To find out more about the fight against H. Pylori and acid reflux, take a look at Heartburn no more for yourself.