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Four natural kitchen remedies to relieve heartburn

by , 04 December 2015

Dear Reader,

You've done it again, haven't you?

You swore to yourself after your last painful bout with heartburn that you wouldn't go overboard again by eating so much food.

And now you're paying the price. You reach for your favourite antacid and swear you'll never eat that much at one time again.

Sound familiar?

Unfortunately, researchers at Stanford University found that the temporal relief that antacids provide could increase your chance of having a heart attack by more than 21%.

So if you want to know which antacids to avoid and natural alternatives for your heartburn then read on below.

The horrifying truth about increased heart attacks from using your favourite antacids

On the growing list of things that could possibly give you a heart attack, you can now add antacids.

In a study conducted by Stanford University on patients using proton pump inhibitors (PPI’s) and H2 blockers, researcher’s analysed medical data from almost 3 million patients.

They looked to see if patients had any recorded experiences of heart attacks while on either of these drugs.

Their results showed that patients using proton pump inhibitors (PPI’s) were 16 to 21 percent more likely to experience a heart attack. Those on H2 blockers were found to be unaffected.

You probably have some in your medicine cabinet right now.

And you could be taking them every day. There’s a good chance your doctor may even advise you to pop a couple before each meal to prevent heartburn.

But there’re natural alternatives that work just as well—if not better.

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Four natural ways to relieve heartburn

1. Chew gum:  It may sound strange, but gum stimulates the production of saliva, which is an acid buffer. In addition, chewing gum makes you swallow more often, which pushes those nasty acids back out of your oesophagus. When you pick a pack of gum, just make sure it's sugar-free so you also protect your teeth.

2. Take a teaspoon of mustard:  Indigestion is caused by an unbalanced level of acid in the stomach, and a small amount of mustard may help to restore this imbalance. Consuming as little as a teaspoon of the yellow sauce can neutralize stomach acids and at times bring near instant relief.

3. Drink plenty of water: Sometimes, the simplest solutions make the most sense. Drinking lots of water will wash any acid out of your oesophagus and give your stomach a fighting chance to do it's job properly. For immediate relief sip on hot water.

4. Add coconut oil to your diet: Adding coconut oil to your diet helps lower inflammation in your digestive tract. It also kills the harmful bacteria that cause heartburn and reflux in the first place. If you use coconut oil, make sure it’s cold-pressed and organic.

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