Could Fiber Cure My Acid Reflex?   I have been treating my mild acid reflux with antacids, but I still experience some discomfort.  So I was intrigued when a pal told me that switching to a high-fiber diet eliminated her chronic indigestion.  Are there some advantages to this approach?

Although antacids and prescription medications can help keep acid reflux in check, long-term use can lead to antacid dependency, depleted calcium stores and chronic stomach pain.  But dietary fiber is a natural fix for reflux since it has the ability to absorb excess acid in the body.  For foods rich in soluble fiber, reach for fresh produce, legumes, grains, ground flaxseed and nuts.  Or if you prefer the convenience of a fiber supplement, consider trying my Fast Track Super-GI Cleanse.

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