Is there really such thing as apple cider vinegar GERD? Well sort of! Many people are suggesting that this type of vinegar is the newest natural remedy for gastro esophageal reflux disease (acid reflux). But does it really work?
As a natural health expert, my research team and I have researched hundreds of cures and found many that are quacks. On the flip side, my research team has also found cures that out perform medications and antacids.
By the end of this article you will learn why you may wish to wean yourself off of antacids and try this new remedy.
Why Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV)?
Though it tastes horrendous, you may have heard a lot of positive things about apple cider vinegar. Many of you know at least one elderly person who drinks a swig everyday and claims that they haven’t been sick in 20 years. Some of you may even take a swig whenever you feel a cold coming on. The truth is that this type of vinegar is loaded with vitamins, minerals and acid!
But does it really work for GERD (also known as acid reflux)?
Yes! And let me explain why! Did you know that most acid reflux is actually caused by too little acid in your stomach? This makes sense when you think about how it works. If your stomach isn’t producing enough acid to digest your food, then more food (and gas) will stay in your stomach for longer periods of time…without getting properly digested.
So, the ACV is so acidic, it immediately starts digesting food in your stomach and eases your heartburn very quickly.
Apple Cider Vinegar GERD Remedy
How do you use this type of remedy?
You do not need very much apple cider vinegar for this remedy to work! One or two swigs will do the trick. That would equate to about 1 to 2 teaspoons.
After you drink the vinegar you will notice a slight burning sensation for maybe 5 seconds, but then it should go away and you’ll notice almost immediate relief. And the great thing is that this remedy will work for days at a time. (Antacids may only work for a few hours.)
We would also recommend you buy the best quality of vinegar possible. The Bragg brand has been a very popular choice by our customers. The cheaper brands have not been as successful.
Unfortunately, you will notice the terrible taste the first time you try this remedy. Fortunately, the taste won’t bother you after awhile. However, you can dilute the vinegar down by adding it to a glass of water and adding honey. This will make the mixture more tolerable and easier to enjoy.
Source by Joe Barton