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Heartburn due to Food Combinations


There are several foods which are either good or bad when combined with others and a bad combination of foods often causes heartburn. Here are some tips to avoid heartburn simply by eating foods in the proper order.  Get GTNP
Tips For Combining Foods to Prevent Heartburn
1. Eat fats and oils together with non starchy vegetables.  And, eat carbohydrates together with non starchy vegetables. Non starchy vegetables are those that are high in water content such as broccoli, asparagus, cabbage, and cucumbers.
2. If you do not have these foods or you want more variety of foods, there are other good food combinations for heartburn. These are carbohydrates together with fats and oils, proteins together with non starchy vegetables or mild starchy vegetables together with carbohydrates. Mild starchy vegetables include beets, cauliflower, carrots, peas and corn.
3. There are other food combinations which are not that great in preventing heartburn but they can somehow help. Also, these foods are the kinds of foods that most people eat nowadays. These food combinations are carbohydrates together with protein, fats and oils together with protein, fruits foods together with protein, acid foods together with protein and fruits together with starch foods.
4. To prevent heartburn, try eating several small amount of meals rather than eating 3 large ones.
5. Do not eat more than 1 type of protein food every meal.
6. Do not combine fruits together with other food group. Eat melons alone.
7. Avoid acid types of fruits such as citrus fruits if you already are experiencing heartburn.
8. When drinking milk, drink it without other meals especially for those who have heartburn.
9. Avoid eating desserts – that means REDUCE SUGAR!


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Food Combining to Avoid Heartburn

Food Combining

The problem of heartburn or GERD (gastro esophageal reflux disease) is worsened by improper food combining. It leads to discomfort in the stomach and acid reflux in the esophagus. To avoid the impacts of heartburn, make sure you eat food in the proper combinations. Different groups of food items are digested with the help if different enzymes. When these enzymes mix, food doesn’t digest properly and it can result in heartburn.  Get a free report.

The concept of food combining provides for eating only certain kinds of food items with each other. Food can be mainly divided into three groups:   carbohydrates, proteins and neutral. Cereals and potatoes for example, are  common carbohydrates. Protein rich foods are meat and fish. Vegetables are in the neutral food category. The best food combining option is to consume carbohydrates and neutral food items together.  Or, eat proteins and neutral food items together. There worst combination for digestion is to combine carbohydrates and proteins in the same meal. As mentioned above, the process involved digesting carbs and protein is entirely different. While the digestion of the carbohydrates begins in the stomach, the proteins are broken down inside the stomach.

The neutral foods are less complex and contains more fibers.  They can be digested easily, which reduces the chance of heartburn or GERD when consumed with either carbohydrates or proteins.  Get more information by clicking here and reading Great Taste No Pain.

Drop the Antacids and Laxatives


More than any country in the world, we have major digestive problems.  They  are SO common in our society today that it’s nearly impossible to find someone who isn’t occasionally bothered by  heartburn, gas, bloating and/or constipation.  Between 60 and 70 million people in the US alone are affected by digestive disorders.  (According to the National Digestive Diseases Information Clearinghouse (NDDIC) and the National Institutes of Health).  No other country suffers like we do.  Antacid use is widespread.     (Want the secret now? Click here:  GTNP)Tums. Rolaids. Pepto-Bismol. Gelusil. Prilosec. Maalox. People pop them left and right, many times daily or after EVERY meal.

Not to mention the prescription drugs —  Nexium, Aciphex, Protonix and Zegarid. They continue to be among the top-selling drugs year after year.

Laxatives are taken by the truckload too — US laxative sales topped a whopping $1 billion in 2011!

These people aren’t functioning like they should.

The answer – drugs ?

Drugs should actually be helping people, right?

Well, not always!

Not only do they NOT “help” (they only mask symptoms at best) but they are actually harming the health of the people who take them.

Look at the 2 most popular stomach drugs:

1- Acid reducers

Acid reducers “work” by blocking or neutralizing the acid enzymes in your stomach.

But your acid enzymes are needed to break down proteins. So when your stomach secretes acid when you eat meat, dairy or eggs, it’s doing its job and should not be interfered with.

When your foods are not broken down like they should be you get gas, bloating and pain.

Sound familiar? Those are the side effects listed on many an antacid package and now you know why.

Plus, poor digestion of proteins also can cause oversized protein molecules to force their way through your intestinal wall. Then they can travel through your bloodstream and cause inflammation, pain and eventually even fibromyalgia symptoms!

They can also put your immune system on alert, making it mistake the protein molecules as dangerous invaders and launch an attack–that’s how food sensitivities are created.

And without the protection of acid in your stomach to kill it, bacteria from your foods (like E. coli or salmonella) get a free pass right through to your intestines, where they can cause severe diarrhea and a wide number of illnesses.
2- Laxatives

When you use laxatives to have bowel movements, things may seem fine at first…  But something else is happening that you’re not aware of.

When you use laxatives, you’re weakening your intestinal muscles. These muscles are vital to carry out the contractions (called peristalsis) necessary to move your wastes along the intestinal tract and out your “back door.”

Weakened intestinal muscles make constipation even WORSE.

And it can get to the point where your intestinal tract is basically non-functioning and you’re 100% dependent on laxatives…and you can’t even have a bowel movement WITHOUT them!
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If you’re one of the 60-70 million people with “issues” on a pretty regular basis and are a slave to purple pills or Ex-lax, it’s time to take a look at what may be causing your gut issues.

Here are 4 possible reasons why your digestion isn’t what it should be:
Gut answer #1: What you eat

This is the most common cause of digestive issues.

If you ever want hopes of being free of GI problems you MUST eat foods that digest well together.  Read this again, in bold:  you MUST eat foods that digest well together.

When you do this, your foods are broken down like they should be, your stomach doesn’t have to overproduce acid, and your intestines can “finish the job” like they’re supposed to.

What that means is: No more feeling like a fire-breathing dragon and/or be willing to give your right arm just to have a BM.

The good news is that eating for great health and optimal digestion is simple and VERY tasty.

Just follow the scientifically sound, proven advice in the The Great Taste No Pain manuals.

The Great Taste No Pain system spell out why it’s so important to avoid certain meal combinations because they tax your stomach and intestines. It’s logical, based on simple chemistry and will make perfect sense to you.

Then GTNP goes on to show you what GOOD meal combinations are, gives you suggestions for meal planning, and even gives you a dining out card to carry with you everywhere so all your meals will be pain-free!

You also get 112 delicious dishes that you will absolutely LOVE. Savory soups and stews. Tasty salads. Appetizers you’ll be proud to serve your party guests. Even desserts! (Yes, I show you how to enjoy an occasional dessert without suffering any consequences.)

Gut answer #2: Have the enzymes for the job

Poor digestion can also be the result of too few digestive enzymes.

You see, after years of eating difficult to digest foods, you may have diminished your body’s ability to produce enzymes, because you’ve used up SO many trying to digest complex meals for SO long.

When your body’s done making enzymes, it’s done.      Get the book:  GTNP

And, eating cooked foods of any type inherently uses more of your body’s enzymes because the naturally occurring enzymes in the food are reduced or destroyed the more you cook the food…so your body has to do ALL the work.

BTW – using acid reducers depletes your enzymes too!

You see, when you use acid reducers, your stomach continues trying to break down your foods by secreting more digestive acids, but then those acid enzymes it secretes get zapped by the drugs.

Now, your stomach doesn’t just give up at that point–it keeps trying and trying and trying…and the drugs keep zapping and zapping and zapping away your enzymes.

What that means is LOTS of digestive enzymes being secreted and just wasting away.

Gut answer #3: Have the gut flora for the job

Not only does poor digestion make you bloated, gassy and miserable, but having a bunch of wastes stuck in your intestines (aka constipation) also wreaks havoc on your intestinal flora.

This leads to a vicious cycle because, since the friendly bacteria in your intestines help with digestion, when they’re overcome by harmful bacteria they can’t do their job.

And your digestion and constipation get even WORSE.

Harmful bacteria overgrowth also compromises your immune system, making you susceptible to every bug and virus around, and weakens your gut wall so the undigested proteins I mentioned earlier can seep into your bloodstream and cause pain and inflammation.

Take a multi strain probiotic formula every day.  It builds up your population of beneficial bacteria, which will improve your digestion and strengthen your immune system.

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Gut answer #4: See a chiropractor

I know this may sound strange, but it’s quite real.

Scientific studies have proven that chiropractic care can allow the digestive system to work properly and can alleviate many gut problems.

You see, your posture and spinal alignment could contribute to digestive problems because your nervous system and digestive system are very closely related.

Chiropractors can make adjustments to your spine that allow the nervous system along the spine (which affects your digestion at several points), to function without any interference from your body or other organs.

Chiropractors refer to this interference within the nervous system as a “subluxation.” By correcting subluxations, chiropractors can restore your nervous system to enable proper communication between it and your digestive tract.
So there you have it!

Four very common causes of gut issues and their safe, natural solutions.

If you’re ready to ditch the acid reducers and laxatives and finally start feeling REALLY good, then you must take a look at what’s behind YOUR digestive problems and do something about it.

When you do, a whole new world will begin for you.

Start now.   Get the book:  GTNP



12 Years of Acid Reflux

Richard said goodbye to 12 years of acid reflux:

Dear Sherry,

I have been suffering with chronic heartburn and extremely painful acid reflux for the past 12 years. I take a 20 milligram NEXIUM capsule every day to keep it under control. I have been on Nexium for the past 5 years.

I was extremely fortunate to receive the link to your website about 2 weeks ago from my wife who received the link from a concerned friend.

Upon reading your site I immediately ordered your Great Taste No Pain plan. I have been, with the great help from my wife, sticking to the Great Taste No Pain plan to stop heartburn and acid reflux from the first day I received the books.

I have been acid reflux free for 12 straight days and I have not taken the first Nexium pill during this time. I am truly amazed and have recommended this site to every one I find that suffers from acid reflux.

You and your system are truly amazing and quite a blessing. To those who suffer from acid reflux I cannot express how amazing this simple change in eating is. It does everything Sherry says it does. I have more energy and I have Iost a little weight without trying. Read the book and change your life forever for the better.

I will sum it up in two words, SIMPLY AMAZING.

Thank you so very much,


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