Prevent Acid Reflux Diet
Feb 7th, 2014 by Aldouspi

Diet
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Prevent Acid Reflux Diet

Acid reflux occurs when acids that can be found in the stomach to the esophagus because the valve separating the esophagus from the stomach does not close properly. These acids are very strong, and can cause serious damage to walls of the esophagus. That do not harm the stomach lining because it is protected by a special membrane.

Acid reflux is severe enough, can cause pain in the chest area and if untreated will be very erroded esophagus and gastric acid also reach the lungs, where it can cause coughing and asthma and mouth, which corrodes the teeth.

Diet plays an important role in the treatment and prevention of acid reflux and diet acid reflux is not expensive or difficult to follow. The idea is to reduce acid in the stomach and keep it filled, which can cause food and acid inside to reach the esophagus.

Here's what you can eat and what to avoid:

You can eat all the grains and vegetables you want. They contain a lot of vitamins and nutrients that help the body fight not only acid reflux but other diseases too.

We know the cinnamon as a spice for flavoring desserts, but cinnamon has been used for medicinal purposes for many centuries. E 'already well known to help in the treatment of colds and flu, but recently has been able to verify cinnamon also a benefit in the treatment against Candida albicans, as well as having the ability to help relieve the stomach acid.

cardamom
This unique spice is found in India and is known as a treatment for the disorder celiac disease. This disease makes people intolerant to gluten

Grapefruit peel
The grapefruit is very good fruit to relieve the symptoms of acid reflux and oesophagitis. How to use this particular natural cure? Grate the peel of grapefruit and then pour the contents of gods, leaving a plate to dry the pieces of peel. then put them in a jar and leave them there until ready to use them. When looking for a relief from acid reflux, try to chew the peel of grapefruit, it only takes a few bits and stomach once found well-being.

These we have described are just some of the natural cures for acid reflux, but there are many others, such as those based on romaine lettuce, or mace, nutmeg or eels. All these natural cures for acid reflux appear to be useful in treating this disorder because they contain nutrients that provide alkaline, which relieves the symptoms of reflux.

It definitely should stop smoking, because smoking damages the walls of snuff and weakens the esophagus. You should also avoid chewing gum because when you chew your stomach begins to produce acids that do not use and you can get into the esophagus.

If you are overweight try to lose some weight and avoiding fatty foods, because overweight people are higher levels of gastric acid.

Foods that acid reflux is known to stimulate the production progress of acid are: chocolate, milk, chewing gum, fatty foods, spicy foods, alcohol and garlic. Coffee can irritate the esophagus so try not to drink any.

Also try to avoid tight clothes that you can press the stomach, because this way the acid in it is almost forced to leave the stomach. Also, if you lie down right after eating helps the stomach contents back, so try sitting in a chair for several minutes, depending on how damaged the valve separating the esophagus from the stomach is.

If you follow the reports mentioned above can prevent acid reflux, and treatment more effective, but consult your doctor and take medication prescribed for you if you want to be completely healed.

The Author have been writing articles for years. You can also check out his latest website: http://acidrefluxremedies.myweightlosssystem.com where he reviews natural acid reflux remedies which contains reviews on acid reflux treatment

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Weight Loss Surgery
Sep 17th, 2011 by Aldouspi

Weight Loss Surgery

For many people the option of choosing weight loss surgery is very attractive, especially if they have a lot of weight to lose. For a lot of people who take this route it is because they have tried on many occasions to lose their excess weight by lots of different means which include diet, medication and exercise. However whilst weight loss surgery can appear to be an attractive proposition, it can carry its own problems as well.

Any type of surgery involves risks, and that includes the risks from both the procedure itself and also the effects of anesthetic used. Ironically a person may be considered so overweight, the surgeon is reluctant to perform any type of surgery in case they expire on the table. This is usually the case if the person has health related issues such as high blood pressure, heart disease etc that can exacerbate quickly into an emergency.

There are also the added risks after the operation as unfortunately they don't stop once the surgery has been completed.

It is important that anyone who is considering weight loss surgery do their due diligence and look at their options carefully. They should also ensure they choose their surgeon very carefully and ensure he is thoroughly researched. A good surgeon can also be found by word of mouth.

When it comes to a decision about the actual type of surgery to be used, there are a couple of different surgical procedures that can be used. These include laparoscopy surgery where the incisions made are very small (and carry less risk of side effects), or procedures such as a gastric bypass which involves a much bigger wound.

After undergoing weight loss surgery, patients are usually uncomfortable and in some degree of pain for several weeks afterwards whilst their wound heals. Also for those first few weeks, they are only able to tolerate a liquid diet which is made up of supplements and other nutrients.

Normal food can only be added to the diet in small measures and has to be given carefully to avoid upsetting the patient's digestion system which is now very delicate. If not introduced carefully, then the person is liable to start vomiting or passing very loose stools.

There is a condition which some weight loss surgery patients may be prone to called "dumping". This happens when food travels too quickly to the large intestine from the stomach. They then experience nausea, dizziness, loose stools and some abdominal cramping.

Unfortunately dumping is quite common after weight loss surgery especially if they have undergone a gastric bypass.

Eventually the stomach adapts to it's new shape and except for some minor problems the person is able to adapt to their new style of eating, However it is important that those people who have undergone this type of surgery are aware of other side effects of their weight loss surgery such as heartburn, indigestion, vomiting, stomach ulcers and dehydration.

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