Saturday, April 29, 2017

The Acid Watcher Diet By Jonathan Aviv Review


The Acid Watcher Diet

Do you suffer from abdominal bloating; a chronic, nagging cough or sore throat; post nasal drip; a feeling of a lump in the back of your throat; allergies; or a shortness of breath? If so, odds are that you are experiencing acid reflux without recognizing the silent symptoms. Even without the presence of heartburn or indigestion, more than 60 million people are suffering from acid-related disorders that are undetected or untreated--and leading to long-term health problems, including the rapid rise of esophageal cancer. Since there are no outward signs of acid damage and the typical symptoms might not be recognized, until now you might not have known how pervasive acid reflux is or that you have it.

In The Acid Watcher Diet, Dr. Jonathan Aviv, one of the leading authorities on the diagnosis and treatment of acid reflux disease, helps readers identify those silent symptoms and provides his proven solution for reducing whole-body acid damage quickly and easily. His 28-day program includes a two-phase eating plan, menu guide and recipes, and works to immediately neutralize acid, stabilize pH levels, and relieve the inflammation at the root of acid reflux. Dr. Aviv's Power of Five rule will help readers discover the key foods that offer fast relief, and his Dirty Dozen will reveal the foods to avoid (sugary soda, bottled ice tea, tomato, citrus, and more).

The Acid Watcher Diet's groundbreaking program is just what millions of readers need to reduce acid to help balance their bodies and minds for optimal health.

I received a complimentary copy.

Cassandra's Review- I found a lot of the chapters very interesting even though I am not currently in need of this diet because they break down information in a more easy to understand way.   There is also a meal plan and recipes to support it.  While not many families could afford to eat the foods instructed especially if they have kids, it is great to learn and discover new facts.

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