I wanted to update everyone on my ongoing journey, ridding myself of heartburn.

My heartburn started around 1990, nearly 25 years ago. After consuming pasta, pizza or alcohol, I would get a slight discomfort shortly after the meal. A sip of water dissolved the discomfort. Spicy chicken wings caused an immediate reaction, but that discomfort was brief.

The heartburn progressed over the years. I know I had to change something. I had graduated to the strongest remedy the doctor could prescribe, Nexium.

I was overweight, unhappy, and a bit frightened because before long, even the Nexium didn’t keep the heartburn away.

Fast Forward to Today!

I have been free of heartburn for almost a month. How could this be? What changed after years of stronger medicines and declining efficacy?

I made three changes that contribute my improvements:

  1. I eat organic foods *almost* exclusively, the exception is the occasional time eating at a restaurant.
  2. Frequent small meals including:
    1. Celery juice
    2. Smoothies made from wild blueberry, spinach, kale, lemon juice, banana, or avocado.
  3. I make certain that all supplements, vitamins, and herbs are Organic, non-GMO, and Vegan.

Here’s my proof to me:

Yesterday, for lunch I had spicy rice with andouille sausage (organic & non-GMO of course.)

For dinner, I had a very spicy vegetable soup. After eating these foods. Not a trace of heartburn.

I’ll post my progress again in a month or two.

Now, over a year later, these formula are working great.

David is an Author, Holistic Practitioner, Body Balance Practitioner, and Instructor living in Southwest Ohio. He has studied Reiki, Quantum Touch, Access Consciousness, EFT, The Emotion Code, Quantum Entrainment, Theta Healing and more. He conducts periodic Teleseminars and Webinars about Natural Healing. He sees clients by appointment at the Southern Ohio Holistic and Wellness Ceter, in his Aromatherapy Barn at his home, and in other locations.

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