Kristie Leong M.D. is a family physician and medical writer. She and her husband, another family physician, collaborated on this book. Together they pooled their knowledge and years of experience seeing patients to help people take control of their health. They are strong believers in prevention and the power of nutrition and natural supplements to help ward off disease.
Eat to Treat Acid Refluxby Kristie Leong M.D.
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Do you suffer from acid reflux and heartburn? The symptoms of this common digestive problem can be disabling for many people. As a physician, I know the role diet can play, and I've seen patients improve once they change how and what they eat. In this ebook you'll discover what foods to avoid and how changing the WAY you eat can help your symptoms. This book doesn't stop there. I'll also discuss lifestyle changes and the role that a common supplement may play in treating reflux symptoms. If you're tired of leaving with the pain and inconvenience, find out what you need to do to relieve the symptoms.
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My recent trip to the ER indicated that I had a hiatal hernia. Before this incident I never experienced acid reflux-that I was awre of. Now I have much pain and discomfort, and I have lost a lot of weight in a short amount of time. This book gave me the essentials of what I needed wrapped up in a short set of digital pages. I highly recommend this book. It is a quick, get-to-the-point guide that helped now.
Easy Read. Informative and to the point. I have regular problems with reflux due to a hiatal hernia and have to watch what I eat. When i get off track this book is great for helping me stay focused on what I need to do to get back on track.
Well written and easy to follow information for an all too common problem. Good material to share with others.
This was not a book! It is a 15 page pamphlet. The same information is readily available in any article about the subject. Only about 5 pages were about "eating" to treat.