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Relieving GERD (Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease) Naturally

Relieving GERD (Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease) Naturally

Relieving GERD (Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease) Naturally

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hey guys I’m back in this video we’re gonna talk about something called GERD gastroesophageal reflux disease I’ve done other videos on this I guess this would be part three and the reason why I wanted to do this videos because I had several people on my show bring this up they were doing the usual things it wasn’t working so I guess this would be a part three just to help people that have tried the usual things and it’s not working okay first thing what is it what is GERD it’s a situation where you have acid and that’s going the wrong way it’s going up into this little tube right here from the stomach into your esophagus okay so it’s it’s it should be staying down there but it’s going up through the little valve here so it’s really a problem with this valve the valve is not staying shut now it’d be nice if we can just call a plumber and get developer placed in problem solved but the usual thing that’s causing this is that there’s not enough acid in the stomach here you are you have GERD and you have this acid reflux you’re thinking wow I have too much acid it makes sense that’s logical but in reality if there’s not enough acid in that stomach this valve which has sensors will pick that up and it won’t close properly so it’s kind of an open valve if the stomach is between 1 & 3 which is very strong this valve stays shut that’s how it works now there could be other causes as well there could be a situation where you have a problem with your part of the nervous system called the autonomic nervous system that does control valves because your adrenals are really really weak that’s a potential cause but most of the time it’s just that you don’t have enough of the acid and it’s not strong enough so that’s what’s causing this so it’s very cognitive because you’re operating as if you have too much acid when in fact it’s just the opposite and this is why it’s very hard to fix this problem because you’re doing all the wrong things now medically what they’ll tell you is number one lifestyle changes which I’m not sure exactly what they mean by that but you have to change your lifestyle but they don’t get into specifics number two there’s medication number three if that doesn’t work we can do surgery very low very low emphasis on the exact right food so unfortunately if you look up medically what causes this condition it’s kind of funny because they say what causes GERD is acid reflux but like seeing the cause of hypothyroidism is low thyroid hormones you’re just describing the whole thing you’re not telling what really causes this problem so they really don’t know okay risk factors they always say it’s obesity and pregnancy okay doesn’t really give us any good data but if you just go about this as if you have not enough acid and you add more acid you’re going to be shocked to find out that’s actually going to improve the situation greatly and maybe even resolve it okay now I just want to touch on anti acids for a second in America alone there’s over 15 million people that are prescribed anti acid medication that’s not counting all the over-the-counter antacids so it’s basically a nine point five billion dollar industry okay so what the problem is when you take these any acids you never cure the problem you have to keep taking them and keep taking them and keep taking them and the problem is there’s massive side effects there’s one here for something called PPI that’s protein pump inhibitor which has a purpose of lowering the stomach acid but there’s some slight minor complications increase risk of death by 25% increase risk of dementia by 44% increase risk of heart attacks by 20% and you’re also going to increase your risk of stomach cancer by a 50% totally insane and people are still taking this and this is still being prescribed alright so now that you know what this is what do we do the first thing that I would recommend is to start taking apple cider vinegar in a pill or in liquid with your meals I would also then add something called betaine hydrochloride it’s an acidifier it’s a natural acidifier and you take it before the meal and you can take it in pills like three or four or five or even six before a meal what’s gonna happen it’s gonna start building up your acids and by the way one of the causes of low stomach acid is low salt because sodium chloride the chloride helps make the hydrochloric acid so that could also be one cause now if you take either one of these and you feel worse you get like a burning sensation that means either you have gastritis which is inflammation of the stomach wall or you have an ulcer so you don’t want to continue to add acids to an area that’s like sensitive or you have this hole in your stomach so you want to back up first and start consuming something like chlorophyll chlorophyll like from a concentrated leafy green wheatgrass juice powder or something that can actually heal those areas for a while and it’s going to probably take a while for that to heal could take months licorice root in an extract form is really good for that as well okay so now if you take this and you don’t get the success of burning but you still have the problem then you may want to start working on the lower intestinal friendly bacteria down here because if you have enough bacteria which by the way makes lactic acid it’ll help sometimes balance the acids up here and things will work better so taking a good probiotic may help you and the one that I recommend is called effective microbes and I put a link down below for more information but probiotics can actually greatly help this because it’s it’s actually improving one part of the digestive system to actually take the stress off this area right here now one really good food for gastritis or acid reflux or any problem with the stomach is cabbage sauerkraut is good but coleslaw cabbage seems to be very soothing on the digestive system so that’s just an extra little tip now the last thing I want to bring up there is a situation where you may have a condition called SIBO SI bo small intestinal bacterial overgrowth okay that’s a situation where you have too much bacteria from the bacteria and your small intestine and it really should be in the large intestine I put a link down below for more data on that but if you have that you’re gonna notice when you consume vegetables especially in larger quantities you’re gonna get a lot of bloating and gas okay that would be a good indication of that because you’re actually feeding those microbes also if you take a probiotic you’re gonna feel worse alright so if that’s the situation you want to follow what I’m gonna recommend in the video down below which is avoid vegetables for one month because the microbes consume the fiber in the vegetables and you don’t want to keep feeding them because you’re going to make them grow and they’re already in the wrong place so we want to avoid that and then we want to also add the opposite of vinegar in the betaine and the chloride because we want to make this really really acidic that’s going to help the digestion of the stomach level because if we have an incomplete digestion here we’ll get undigested food down here and that’s gonna be a mess okay so if if there’s a possibility you might have SIBO we have to address it a little bit differently of course it’s a given that you need to do healthy keto cut your carbs down and many times that alone will solve this issue and let’s not forget in a minute fasting an average time period for food to travel through the entire system is between 35 and 40 plus hours okay how often do people eat very frequently right they can’t even go three hours without having to eat or snack on something so we have a lot of food that is in our intestinal tract all the time and we’re wondering while we have GERD right so it’s very healthy to do intermittent fasting especially for this condition because you’re allowing you digest a system to finally for the first time rest and calm down and after work so hard and actually just clean it out you’ll get great improvements in in the healing if there’s a gastritis situation or an ulcer in a mood of fasting is probably one of the most powerful things you can do to improve your digestion overall so we don’t want to forget that and then that’ll give you a system a chance to reset and heal alright there you have it this is this is more of a complete video on what to do if you have GERD thanks for watching so if you want more knowledge on how to create a healthy body subscribe now and get daily notifications daily notifications that sounds weird well I’ll just remind you on a daily basis how about that

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In this video, Dr. Berg talks about a condition called GERD or Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease. It is when you have acid that flows backwards because the valve in the esophagus is not closing. The cause of GERD is not having enough acid in the stomach. If the stomach is between 1-3 pH the valve stays shut. Taking anti-acids doesn’t cure the problem and there’s massive side effects. One of the causes of low stomach acid is low salt.

PPI or Protein Pump Inhibitor Side Effects (which lowers stomach acid)
• Increase risk of death by 25%
• Increase risk of dementia by 44%
• Increase risk of heart attacks by 20%
• Increase risk of stomach cancer by 50%

GERD Remedies:
• Take Apple Cider Vinegar with your meals

• Add Betaine Hydrochloride – a natural acidifier. Take it before the meal.

• Gastritis – Inflammation of stomach wall or ulcer. If you take ACV and Betaine HCL and still have excessive burning.
Gastritis Remedies: Chlorophyll, Wheat grass juice powder, Leafy greens, Licorice root

• Probiotic – If you still have the GERD even without the excessive burning sensation then start working with the lower intestinal friendly bacteria.

• Cabbage

• SIBO or Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth – A situation where you have too much friendly bacteria in the small intestine that should be in the large intestine.

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Dr. Berg, 52 years of age is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis & Intermittent Fasting. He is the author of The New Body Type Guide and other books published by KB Publishing. He has taught students nutrition as an adjunct professor at Howard University. He no longer practices, but focuses on health education through social media.


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