Natural Alternatives to Nexium, Maalox, Tagamet, Prilosec & Other Acid Blockers: What to Use to Relieve Acid Reflux, Heartburn, and Gastric Ailments

Written by health professionals who are well recognized in their respective fields, these concise, easy-to-read books focus on a wide range of important health concerns. From migraine headaches to high cholesterol, each title looks at a specific problem; each provides a clear explanation of the disorder, its causes, and its symptoms; and each offers natural solutions that can either greatly reduce or completely eliminate the problem. Some titles also focus on natural alternatives to drugs with serious side effects―alternatives that in many cases can be used in conjunction with prescription medications. This growing series of titles can be counted on to provide safe and sensible solutions to all-too-common health problems.Written by health professionals who are well recognized in their respective fields, these concise, easy-to-read books focus on a wide range of important health concerns. From migraine headaches to high cholesterol, each title looks at a specific problem; each provides a clear explanation of the disorder, its causes, and its symptoms; and each offers natural solutions that can either greatly reduce or completely eliminate the problem. Some titles also focus on natural alternatives to drugs with serious side effects―alternatives that in many cases can be used in conjunction with prescription medications. This growing series of titles can be counted on to provide safe and sensible solutions to all-too-common health problems.

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3 Responses to Natural Alternatives to Nexium, Maalox, Tagamet, Prilosec & Other Acid Blockers: What to Use to Relieve Acid Reflux, Heartburn, and Gastric Ailments

  1. peardrops123 says:

    This book has saved my life I wanted to stop taking Lansoprosol 30 mg as I was not happy taking them and I still had acid reflux. I looked at many sites but they were all American and I wanted to buy something that I could get in Great Britain. I went on Amazon and I saw this book, thinking it was an English doctor who had written it, no offence to our American comrades. Well I read the book and as I had been on antibiotics for 30 years for bronchitus I had the most terrifying gastro problems. Two years of shear hell…

  2. James C. Cowper says:

    Worth its weight in gold Having been put on acid blockers in 2000 and having suffered extreme side effects which my doctor, over the years, virtually told me the problems were all in my head! I found this book and read it and re-read it and still am reading it and all my problems with acid blockers have been made so clear. This book should be required reading for anyone who is prescribed acid blockers as it is full of common sense and has given me the courage to give up the Omeprazole and Nexium and I can fully…

  3. MargaretLucie says:

    Required reading for those on acid blockers This book is scary reading if you have been on acid blocking drugs for any length of time, but ignorance is NOT bliss when it comes to your health. This book is honest, well researched and informative, and stresses the importance of getting a clear diagnosis of digestive problems before putting the relevant advice into practice. The alternatives to the conventional medical profession’s “cookie cutter” approach are explained in detail and offer hope for those suffering from all manner of…