The Acid Watcher Diet: A 28-Day Reflux Prevention and Healing Program
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Jonathan Aviv MD FACS
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Dr. Aviv guides readers through healthy dietary choices with targeted recipes, helping them balance their bodies and minds for optimal health and break acid-generating habits for good.
Do you suffer from abdominal bloating; a chronic, nagging cough or sore throat; postnasal drip; a feeling of a lump in the back of your throat; allergies; or shortness of breath? If so, odds are that you are experiencing acid reflux without recognizing its silent symptoms, which can lead to serious long-term health problems, including esophageal cancer.
The Acid Watcher Diet, Dr. Jonathan Aviv, a leading authority on the diagnosis and treatment of acid reflux disease, helps readers identify those often misunderstood symptoms while providing a proven solution for reducing whole-body acid damage quickly and easily.
His 28-day program is part of a two-phase eating plan, with a healthy balance of both macronutrients (proteins, carbs, and fats) and micronutrients (vitamins, minerals, antioxidants), that works to immediately neutralize acid and relieve the inflammation at the root of acid reflux.
The Acid Watcher Diet both explains how the varied symptoms of acid reflux arise, and details a program for healing and prevention that can help many, if not most, people avoid the medications commonly prescribed to treat it."
—Jane Brody, The New York Times
Acid Watcher Diet is a blueprint for using “food as medicine” to not only heal and prevent acid reflux disease but to prevent and heal inflammation throughout the body.”
—Steve Kroft, CBS news, 60 minutes
The Acid Watcher Diet is a great, fast read that functions as both an indispensable voice care roadmap as well as a guide to an empowering lifestyle for acid reflux sufferers, featuring a simple healing diet that benefits not only recording artists, but everyone’s overall health and well-being.”
—Craig Kallman, Chairman and CEO of Atlantic Records
"An illuminating book. The Acid Watcher diet is an easy-to-follow, easy-to-prepare healing diet that is vital not only to treating your acid reflux disease but also to maintaining your overall health."
—John Turturro, actor-director
About the Author
Dr. Jonathan E. Aviv, MD, FACS is a world-renowned physician, surgeon, educator, inventor, speaker, and author. He is the clinical director of the Voice and Swallowing Center of ENT and Allergy Associates, the largest ear, nose, and throat private practice group in the United States. He is also clinical professor of otolaryngology at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.
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Dietary Acid Damage
Why We Should All Fear It
Dietary acid damage is one of the foremost health challenges Americans face, affecting more people than heart disease, diabetes, and celiac disease. Recent statistics reveal that incidence of gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), the most common form of acid damage, has more than doubled since 1995; in the United States alone at least sixty million people have acid reflux (the common name for GERD), and worldwide that number leaps to 1.4 billion people. Some researchers have even gone so far as to declare that a global GERD epidemic is taking place.
Since there are no external signs of acid damage, you may not know how pervasive it is. But experts in gastroenterology and otolaryngology (ear, nose, and throat [ENT]) see it in their patients every day. Even more alarming than the increase in the frequency of the occurrence is the severity of the symptoms. Over the last year, in my practice alone, I have diagnosed Barrett’s esophagus, a potentially precancerous condition of the esophageal lining, in nine patients under age thirty. That’s a big number for a disease that was once considered rare in people under age fifty, and a startling revelation of how young people with the disease have become. All of these patients had only throat-based symptoms and no heartburn co