End the misery of digestion problems

like irritable bowel syndrome, heartburn, acid reflux, constipation, diarrhea, ulcers, excess gas, and more!

Digestion problems are one of the top issues that send people to their doctors. Not to mention that Americans spend $2 billion a year on over-the-counter heartburn medications alone! Most digestive issues are caused by “functional” disorders — meaning they can’t be linked to a physical problem such as cancer or ulcers.

Even if your doctor can’t pinpoint the cause of your symptoms, chances are you can still get relief thanks to The Sensitive Gut, a Special Health Report from Harvard Medical School.

In The Sensitive Gut, you’ll discover:

Medications many people take that make heartburn worse
4 diseases with symptoms like IBS — but that need totally different treatment
How simply chewing gum can help halt the painful symptoms of acid reflux
The best time to take an antacid
The truth about probiotics no advertisement will ever admit
The real reason beans cause gas
Why feeling full after a few bites could mean functional dyspepsia

Top foods that may make heartburn worse

 

If you have heartburn, you may already know that drinks containing caffeine, such as coffee, tea, and colas, can trigger burning pain. Some people feel miserable after eating onions or garlic, while tomatoes and citrus fruits bother others. And who hasn’t regretted indulging in fatty or fried foods? They are notorious for bringing on symptoms. But did you know after-dinner mints, treats associated with helping digestion, could cause heartburn?

For more ways to relieve — or avoid — heartburn and other digestive disorders, send for your copy of The Sensitive Gut NOW!