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    Diane Zides
    Diane Zides
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    I had a burger out that had hidden garlic powder in it. I'm intolerant to garlic. They lied to me about the burger's contents. I told the waiter all my food intolerances. There's no excuse for him telling me I was safe eating the burger if he didn't actually know what the chef does with his food. I spent the next 8 hours with reflux, breathing problems, and tremendous fatigue. It must have irritated my esophagus and stomach eating it. I got gastritis from it which I though felt like gallbladder since I had pain in the same places that would be. I knew a few years back I had a drop of sludge, so I thought I might have more by now.

    My stomach wasn't getting better for days. I finally went to the ER (I was out of town). I unfortunately had my first CT Scan (don't like getting the radiation) and blood work. Both were normal. I have no sludge now. I have to say that my bloods weren't that great when I had done a gluten challenge for 6 months. I was happy to see everything wrong improve since going on a gluten/food intolerant free diet. My stomach is starting to heal. Does anyone know what I can use instead of the over the counter reflux medications to treat my irritations so they'll heal?

     

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    Norbert Banaszak jr
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    Back in 2009, way before discovering the gluten problem in Oct.2011,  I had to take Prilosec daily for reflux and burning but immediately (after the first usage of this product) stopped my 20 years of gastric reflux problems.  That is not even what I bought it for but nice.  Read for yourself and see the lab reports from Texas Tech Univ. and Texas State Univ. and watch the testimonial videos and decide for yourself.  I want to help and can only tell my fortune and am not trying to be a “troll” as I have nothing to gain.  You mix a bottle of this with a gallon of drinking water and take one or two ounces a day in some preferred juice or drink for flavor. I only use it every other day now. This first link is the new website with all the links to research,testimonials,labs, etc;    http://orizonresearch.org/

    Other than the mention of Silicon the rest of this high alkaline formula is proprietary. I did send an e-mail and got a reply from Dr. Chestnut who is the director of the company. He said this product is totally gluten free and not processed any where near grains, etc.  No adverse effects have been reported in the years of being sold.    Look for yourself and decide,   I actually feel like this product killed the “possible” bad pylori bacteria in my stomach and stopped the reflux/burning problem but can't offer proof, just total symptom relief with no more burning or taking any Prilosec or other acid meds.   Dr. Chestnut in his e-mail told me he also had reflux that stopped after using this product.  They are reporting that this supplement kills all the major bacterias,viruses and cancer cells and help restore cell stability?

      Do your own investigation and decide for yourself. 

    PS: I just wanted to add that I'm sure this product contains only natural plant ingredients and no chemicals.  A trace amount of silicon for bone health and my guess on the proprietary part is squeezed juice from a veggie like brocolli and the special ingredient could possibly be the juice from the old time “paw-paw” fruit? Just a guess but something similar and the high alkalinity does affect/kill all the bacteria,virus and cancer cell replication. Do a “Google” lookup for sources of information.

     

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    Diane Zides
    Diane Zides
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    Thanks for the info. After 6 weeks of gastritis that’s healing slowly since I’m not taking anything for it, I get woozy and fatigued after eating most meals, especially if they have more fat in them. I’ll be home in a week and will see my MD nutritionist since I don’t take anything unless He says I need it. I’ll also be getting an endoscopy to see what’s happening in my gut.

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