Success Story


"The burning sensation, the chest pain, the bloating and
the constant burping have completely disappeared. It
really feels like magic...


"I used to be hooked on junk food, Tums and Pepto Bismol. I had suffered badly from severe acid reflux, chest pains and bloating to the point when I begged my doctor to be hospitalized. My doctor had insisted that acid reflux is a lifetime condition and that there was no cure. Your book and the holistic approach sounded very appealing and since I had nothing to lose, I bought your book and followed your program to the tee. I was really blown away by the fact that in approx 20 days since I started applying the dietary and cleansing principals outlined in your book, my acid reflux was completely cured. This is amazing and I was so excited I had to drop you a thank you note. The burning sensation, the chest pain, the bloating and the constant burping have completely disappeared. It really feels like magic.

thanks ...for everything! "

-- Karyn Thompson (New Zealand).








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The Experts Agree: Acid Reflux and Heartburn
Can Be Very Dangerous If Left Untreated
In time, when acid from the stomach leaks into the esophagus and comes into contact with the delicate esophageal cells, it can lead to more serious medical conditions that may require surgery.
GERD, if left untreated, can over time go beyond being plain painful or irritating and lead to dangerous complications such as dissolving of the enamel of the teeth, fluids in the sinuses, lungs and middle ears, ulcers, erosive esophagitis, multiple scars within the esophagus and Barrett’s esophagus.
Here's what one leading expert is saying:






"Ulceration of the esophagus can result in
hemorrhage...the formation of an abnormal lining of the
esophagus can become cancerous. 


"The complication is chronic inflammation of the lining of the esophagus caused by the acid that is in contact with the lining for hours when one is recumbent. The complications are stricturing, which is scaring of the esophagus, which can cause obstruction, ulceration of the esophagus that can result in hemorrhage, and the formation of an abnormal lining of the esophagus that can become cancerous. "
John Bryant Wyman, MD
University of Wisconsin
School of Medicine


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