GERD

GERD (Heartburn), Causes, Treatment Issues, Supplements, and Relief

GERD (Heartburn), Causes, Treatment Issues, Supplements, and Relief

Fix Your Gut Podcast on GERD The Causes, What Your Doctor Does Not Tell You, and How to Find Relief Increased Gastric Pressure and Heartburn/GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease) Heartburn (GERD) is mainly caused by too much intra-abdominal pressure on the stomach from excessive gas production from dysbiosis,

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D-limonene, the Important Supplement to Relieve Heartburn, a Review

D-limonene, the Important Supplement to Relieve Heartburn, a Review

If there were one “magic” supplement, that could improve reflux symptoms for most people it would be D-limonene. I have taken orange oil myself occasionally throughout the years with mostly positive effects on my H. pylori upper gut dysbiosis. For example, I contracted the norovirus a few

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Troubled Breathing (Dyspnea) Linked to Upper Gut Issues and Reflux

Troubled Breathing (Dyspnea) Linked to Upper Gut Issues and Reflux

Upper gut digestive issues as the cause of shortness of breath are widespread and overlooked. Many people go to their doctors complaining of breathing issues and are told their lungs are healthy. Your lungs sound clear, your oxygen saturation is healthy, and your lungs appear normal on

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Resolution of Upper Gut (H. pylori) Dysbiosis / Repairing Ulcers

Resolution of Upper Gut (H. pylori) Dysbiosis / Repairing Ulcers

GERD Protocol 2: Reduction of H. pylori More updated information about H. pylori! Upper Gut Protocols: Resolution of Upper Gut Dysbiosis / Repairing Ulcers Upper Gut Dysbiosis SIBO information and diagnosis has been a strong topic of contention in the natural health blogosphere for years. Many of

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Does Citrus or Spicy Foods Cause or Worsen Reflux?

Does Citrus or Spicy Foods Cause or Worsen Reflux?

Does Citrus or Spicy Foods Cause or Worsen Reflux? If you have reflux, there are certain foods that every known medium says you should avoid. The news, the internet, and even your doctor give you a list of foods that trigger reflux. Many people have heard that

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Strengthen Your LES (GERD) and Restore Digestive Enzyme Production

Strengthen Your LES (GERD) and Restore Digestive Enzyme Production

Strengthen that LES to Protect Against GERD! The lower esophageal sphincter (LES) is a sphincter that connects the top of the stomach with the bottom of the esophagus. The LES first relaxes to allow food to enter the stomach. The LES then closes tightly after food enters

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