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Dropping Acid: The Reflux Diet Cookbook & Cure


Dropping Acid: The Reflux Diet Cookbook & Cure is the the first and best book on explaining how acid reflux, especially silent reflux, is directly related to dietary and lifestyle choices. Aside from explaining the underlying causes of acid reflux, it explains how and why the reflux epidemic is so strong, particularly relating its growth to the use of acid as a food preservative in modern processing.

Dr. Koufman elaborates on the basic and advanced symptoms of this surprisingly common disease, explaining why changing diet can help to relieve some of the most common symptoms. Dropping Acid presents a dietary cure for acid reflux, as well as spends time listing the ideal foods to eat, and the dangerous foods to ignore, for the average reflux sufferer. The recipes contained in this book tend to use tasty fats as flavoring instead of the main ingredient, which helps alleviate some of the acid problems.

Just because you are living with reflux doesn't mean you have to live without scrumptious food, at least not after reading this book!



This book is intended as a reference volume only, not as a medical manual. The information given here is designed to help you make informed decisions about your health. It is not intended as a substitute for any treatment that might have been prescribed by your doctor. If you suspect that you have a medical problem, we urge you to seek medical help. Any use of this book is at the reader’s discretion, as the advice and strategies contained within may not be suitable for every individual.
Mention of specific companies, organizations, or authorities in this book does not imply endorsement by the authors or the publisher, nor does mention of specific companies, organizations, or authorities imply that they endorse this book.
Measurements of acidity (pH) of the foods and beverages listed in this book were done by the authors using a Minilab ISFET pH meter (Model IQ128 pH meter with Silicon Chip Sensor, Pulse Instruments, Carlsbad, CA). The pH meter was calibrated before each use and cleaned between measurements, and it was noted that the device returned to neutral pH before taking the next measurement. Nevertheless, we recognize that sampling error can occur, and that any particular measurement might show significant variance. In addition, a particular food item can vary significantly in pH from day to day and from batch to batch, and depending on ripeness, growing conditions, handling, and processing.


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