Combating Acid Reflux May Bring Host of Ills

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From the L.A. Times:

“Many depend on proton pump inhibitors to treat gastroesophageal reflux disease, but their side effects can include nutritional deficits and vulnerability to infections.” read more

Dr. Nemechek’s Note:

The complications outlined in this article are increasingly common.  The real underlying problem of heartburn is the brain’s inability to correctly empty the stomach.

A reduction of inflammation and re-stabilization of the autonomic system can reverse heartburn and GERD within only a few weeks.  Go to DrBuckeye.com to learn more about autonomic re-stabilization  and how to make an appointment with Dr. Nemechek.

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Sandip Ghosh
Sandip Ghosh
April 6, 2019 6:06 am

Dear Dr Nemechek, can inulin be taken with a PPI (esomeorazole)?

Sandip
Sandip
April 7, 2019 7:26 pm

Thanks for confirming. Our son is 2 years 3 months old. When he was a baby, he used to bring up a lot of breastmilk, until he was 9 months old. We managed it with gaviscon. We also had an eco of his LES when he was 4 months old and everything was fine. Then at 9 months, the reflux disappeared but chronic sinusitis started and has been present until 4 weeks ago. When his ENT prescribed esomeprazole to check whether the mucus was caused by reflux. The chronic rinitis finally disappeared. Our son has been showing signs of autism… Read more »

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