Dropping Acid: The Reflux Diet Cookbook & Cure

Dropping Acid: The Reflux Diet Cookbook & Cure is the first book to explain how acid reflux, particularly silent reflux, is related to dietary and lifestyle factors. It also explains how and why the reflux epidemic is related to the use of acid as a food preservative.

Dr. Koufman defines the symptoms this shockingly common disease and explains why a change in diet can alleviate some of the most common symptoms. Dropping Acid offers a dietary cure for acid reflux, as well as lists of the best and worst foods for a reflux sufferer. The book’s recipes use tasty fats as flavorings, not as main ingredients; included are the recipes for tasty dishes that prove living with reflux doesn’t mean living without delicious food.

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2 Responses to Dropping Acid: The Reflux Diet Cookbook & Cure

  1. MMEF says:

    there is conflicting information in it (I only realised when I got to the end and there is a list of food pH levels that I proba I found out about this book as I was searching desperately online due to symptoms that are basically reflux coming into my sinuses and causing daily pain. This book is more aimed at those who have LPR (acid comes up to the throat) but most of it applied to me as well (I just wished she had mentioned acid coming into the sinuses as a possibility explicitly…). I followed the induction diet very strictly for around 3-4 weeks and then less strictly (occasional meal out etc. during the Christmas…

  2. Liam says:

    A good start but has flawed logic and strange recipes. Also overpriced. No doubt if you are completely at a loss with what to do you with your gastritis/reflux this is certainly a good starting point. The aching symptoms of gastritis should disappear if you stick to roughly a diet like this.However I think there is way too much concentration of the ph of the food ingested rather than the effect it has on gastric acid secretion. Milk is of course suggested but the protein content and calcium are shown to increase gastric acid secretion in the hours after…