Permanent Heartburn and Acid Reflux Relief – How I found the best Remedies for Indigestion

June 11th, 2011 5 comments

Hey it’s Dan here, If you are new to my website, please let me quickly introduce myself and then I’d share my story on how I found Natural Remedies for Indigestion that helped me cure my heartburn and acid reflux permanently. About me and my struggles with Heartburn and Acid Reflux My name is Dan and I used to suffer from severe heartburn. I dealt with this problem for a little over 5 years. I used to suffer from burning pain […]

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Simple Home Remedies Cure Acid Reflux! Find out how…

February 25th, 2014 Comments off
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Heartburn, the regurgitation of stomach acids into your throat, can creep up and make you uncomfortable at the most inconvenient time. Whether you’re diagnosed with gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) or occasionally experience symptoms of heartburn after eating a spicy meal, acid reflux can be unpleasant. Symptoms of heartburn can include: burning in the throat, abdomen, or chest nausea trouble swallowing coughing sore throat frequent burping   Learning some quick relief methods and tips can nip your symptoms in the bud. However, speak […]

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10 Ridiculously Healthy Foods

June 17th, 2013 Comments off
10 Ridiculously Healthy Foods

The following healthy power foods can claim big bragging rights: They can fend off diseases like heartburn, diabetes, cancer, and heart disease; fortify your immune system; protect and smooth your skin; and help you lose weight or stay slim. If you’re eating most of these healthy foods already, pat yourself on the back – you totally rock! If not, now is the time to load up your shopping cart and supercharge your health! 1. Fat Free Milk Yes, it does […]

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What Can I Eat to Improve Digestion? (Everyday Health)

September 15th, 2011 Comments off

The experts at everydayhealth.com offer a extremely valuable nutrition tips that can help improve digestion. Here are some highlights from the article:   Christine M. Esters High fiber diet: chia, flax, acacia Enzymes: fresh juice like carrot, wheat grass, celery, cucumber, ginger, and apple Omega 3 — 6 — 9: coconut, flax, hemp Lisa Ganjhu, DO Enjoy healthy lean proteins. Incorporate more vegetable protein than animal protein. Breads should be whole grain. Your dairy products should be fat free or low fat. […]

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Is Heartburn No More the Best Remedy for Indigestion?

September 1st, 2011 Comments off

  If you have been suffering from acid reflux, heartburn, indigestion and other digestive problems, you’ve probably already tried various home remedies of indigestion like mint, apple cider vinegar, most of the antacids like Tums or Maalox and prescription drugs like Nexium, Prilosec. You’ve probably visited your doctor numerous times, spent a boat load of money and are getting frustrated with the treatments options that seem to provide only temporary relief, while your indigestion just keeps getting worse. I have […]

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Cure Indigestion by cutting out the C-R-A-P

June 8th, 2011 46 comments

Get rid of Indigestion by cutting out the C-R-A-P (Coffee, Refined Sugars, Alcohol and Processed Foods)!!!   C-R-A-P (Coffee, Refined Sugars, Alcohol and Processed Foods) operate in the body as triggers to produce more acid as the stomach struggles to digest them. If we eliminated all the difficult-to-digest CRAP, most digestive issues would be eliminated. Especially when the stomach is very irritated and the we continues to consume, it’s like pouring alcohol on an open wound. For example, drinking orange […]

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Heartburn Remedies – Foods that provide Relief

June 4th, 2011 3 comments

Heartburn can make you feel miserable and helpless. Numerous antacids and medicines are available over the counter that should relieve the pain, but you can also try eating certain foods for relief. Heartburn, also known as gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), is caused by stomach acid which irritates the stomach and parts of the esophagus. Consuming foods which neutralize the acid and improve digestion can decrease the severity of these symptoms. If you have gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), how you eat […]

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Eating to Prevent Heartburn during Pregnancy

June 3rd, 2011 3 comments
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  Heartburn does not just affect those who are high stressed or love their spicy foods.  Pregnant women suffer from heartburn too.  You will find as your pregnancy progresses that antacids tend to become your best friend.   Heartburn has nothing to do with your heart. It is when the acid from your stomach leaks up into the esophagus.   How do I know Heartburn from Heart Attack? CLICK HERE   Heartburn is very common during pregnancy.  In fact one in […]

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Heartburn or Heart Attack? How to Tell

June 2nd, 2011 8 comments
Heartburn or Heart Attack? How to Tell

Chest pain is one of the most common reasons a person goes to the emergency room. While many of these patients are suffering from a heart attack, some actually may be experiencing severe heartburn. Often, the pain caused by a heart attack and during a severe heartburn episode is so difficult to distinguish that sophisticated medical testing is needed to determine whether or not you are having a heart attack. Brain can mix-up pain signals from chest and stomach GERD […]

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Reasons for Heartburn

June 1st, 2011 2 comments

Heartburn typically occurs after eating a large meal or drinking a lot of alcohol. Some people get heartburn when they bend over or lie down. The frequency of stomach acid reflux varies from one person to another. For most people, it happens very rarely. But weekly or daily incidents of heartburn or acid regurgitation may occur.   What can I do to help myself? Try to lose a little weight by eating healthy. Extra weight around the midsection, especially, can […]

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What is Heartburn?

May 30th, 2011 6 comments
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Heartburn is caused by stomach acids rising up in to the esophagus, also called reflux. It happens when the sphincter at the opening of the esophagus relaxes, allowing the acids that break down food in the stomach to come up. This creates a burning feeling that, if left untreated, can eventually damage the esophagus. This type of chronic reflux is a serious problem that should be addressed. It can be so incredibly painful as to be nearly debilitating, interrupting sleep […]

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Top 10 Natural Home Remedies for Indigestion and Heartburn

May 28th, 2011 3 comments

  Try these remedies for Indigestion before you go to the drugstore Indigestion and heartburn are separate conditions, but they often have similar symptoms and related causes. Indigestion reveals itself through a sensation of fullness or bloating after eating. This results in a burning or pain in the stomach. Heartburn stems from excess acid buildup in the stomach that rises up into the esophagus and leads to burning sensations in the upper chest and throat. Both conditions find relief through […]

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What is Indigestion – Causes, Symptoms and Cures

May 27th, 2011 2 comments
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  What is Indigestion? Indigestion, also known as dyspepsia (pronounced: dis-pep-see-ah), is just another name for an upset stomach. Indigestion usually happens when people eat too much or too fast, or certain foods don’t agree with them. It might happen more often if you smoke, drink alcohol, are stressed out, or don’t get enough sleep. Sometimes indigestion can be accompanied by heartburn. Despite its name though, heartburn actually has nothing to do with your heart. It’s caused by stomach acid […]

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Welcome to Remedies for Indigestion – Let’s Cure Heartburn & Acid Reflux Naturally

May 26th, 2011 3 comments
Dan Chopra

Hi, my name is Dan Chopra. I started this website to help people suffering from indigestion find natural, home remedies. The goal of this website is to help you permanently cure indigestion (heartburn, acid reflux) without drugs or antacids. This is important to me because I used to suffer from acid reflux and heartburn for 15 years and understand the physical and emotional pain you have to deal with. Though this website, I’ll try to explain what Indigestion/ Heartburn is, what […]

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