Monday, December 26, 2011

About Heartburn / GERD: Rising Obesity and 50% Increase in Acid Reflux

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From Sharon Gillson, your Guide to Heartburn / GERD

Link Between Rising Obesity and Increase in Acid Reflux
A new study is showing evidence that as obesity increases around the world, the number of people suffering from acid reflux is also increasing. Read more

Creating Your Acid Reflux Diet
Over the last couple of decades I've learned what my food triggers are, and what foods are safe for me to eat. If you are still struggling with the whole food / heartburn link, or if you want to know how you can help your friend or loved one suffering from chronic heartburn, you can use this acid reflux diet guide to help you get started with creating your heartburn free diet. Read more

Share Your Favorite Heartburn Friendly Recipes
We all like creating recipes and sharing them with others. Now is your opportunity to share with others any recipes you have either adapted to be heartburn free or newly created by yourself. Read more

Esophageal Cancer
Esophageal adenocarcinoma is the fastest growing cancer in the western world. Major risk factors for this cancer are Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD) and Barrett's esophagus. Read more
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  • Treating Esophageal Cancer


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