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for the past few years ive been dealing wit constant acid reflex. and i'm worried that it could be something more severe. & i have other health concerns. i'm 27 & constantly been dealing with a pain above my belly button. i'm always feeling bloated, constipated, & i always feel like there's a small bump around that area. when dr's push on my whole entire stomach everywhere hurts. i have had my gallbladder removed 4/29/13.  i've been to several dr's & they never do the right tests. the only test ive been givin is the h pylori test & that's always negative. i was supposed to get a catscan done, but since i didn't have insurance they refused to give me one.  so i'm trying to wait til i get health care before goin to a dr again. i also deal wit sharp shooting pains that go down my left leg, constant fatigue, frequent headaches. i'm 27 & my body feels like im way older. i'm not sure if bein a little big could have something to do with some of my health concerns. any advice would be greatly appreciated.

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Maybe you should get a 2nd opinion from another DR. 



thank you melissaw72. as soon as i get medical i'm going to make a dr appt to see if the dr's here where i moved to can figure out whats wrong with me. it's hard living with constant acid reflex. everything i take only lasts for a short amount of time. i go through tums like it's candy. 


Hi Amber, how about Apple Cider Vinegar?    (It is at the end of page 1.)

As you drink Apple Cider Vinegar (from BRAGG) (in raw form), it will detoxify your body by releasing all the bad stuff inside your stomach.  Inside of your drinking cup, add 1 tbsp of Apple Cider Vinegar to your drinking water and stir.  You will feel little bit of vinegary taste or feeling as that drink goes through your throat.  This is not a cocktail.  If you don't like the taste, add 1 tsp of honey. 

Or, how about ginger? Historically, it has been utilized for its effect on the digestive tract where it calms the stomach, dispels gas, eases nausea, and aids the absorbtion of nutrients.  Ginger is anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, laxative, general stimulant, reproductive stimulant, circulatory stimulant, stomachic, carminative, diuretic, antiseptic, antifungal, antispasmodic, anesthetic, and detoxifying.  Use in your cooking (meat or fish) (especially in summer when it is hard to keep them fresh) to reduce or eliminate the smell and to increase the flavor.  If you are happen to have high-body temperature, try to avoid it.

Yohan Chu  (LV  NV)


Here are some extra:

If you happen to be carnivore, you must include kiwi and pineapple. Kiwi fruit (king of Vitamin C) have been found to have an anticlotting effect, which is good news for people at high risk of heart disease and strokes. Eat 2~3 per day (cut it in 2 and scoop). Kiwi is the best source to make the meat more tender.

Pineapple (also rich in Vitamin C) is another food can help your stomach issues. Bromelain inside pineapple (pineapple stem) (an enzyme that helps in the digestion of protein) is useful for the treatment of sprains, muscle injuries, and post-operative inflammation by reducing pain and swelling. (more information on bromelain)

Try it. I hope it works for you because food is our best source to heal illness and ailments.

Yohan Chu   (LV  NV)

P.S.  I can't live without those foods, seriously and honestly.


I agree with the apple cider vinegar ... the organic Bragg brand with "The Mother."


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