Learn 5 Natural Home Remedies for Acid Reflux.

How often has a delicious meal been ruined by a painful bout of heartburn?   Over the counter heartburn medications are very effective but here’s the good news:  home remedies can also help you get much needed relief.  In this video you’re going to learn 5 of the best, natural acid reflux remedies.  These tips are the go-to solution our family uses for acid reflux relief and today, you will see exactly what foods to avoid - to lower the risk of acid reflux and heartburn.


Here is our list of our top 5 natural remedies for acid reflux treatment:

1. Apple Cider Vinegar
ACV helps calm the stomach and lowers the pH of the stomach contents to reduce the pressure build up.  Add 2 tsp of ACV to a ¼ cup of water and drink.  This is a fast-acting natural remedy for acid reflux
2. Lemon Juice
Lemon Juice’s pH makes it an acid stronger than vinegar.  It contains lots of nutrients, especially Vitamin C so it can help with heartburn and is a great choice when in pain.  Juice 1 lemon into a glass.  If you can, drink it straight, otherwise add a ¼ cup of water and take like a shot.

3. Baking Soda
A natural antacid that provides quick relief from heartburn as it neutralizes stomach acid.  Mix 1 tsp of baking soda in a glass of water.  Stir well & drink down quickly.

4. Chew Gum
Chewing gum after meals stimulates saliva production, in turn washing away acid build up in the gut.  Being alkaline, saliva also helps neutralize stomach acids.

5. Aloe Juice
Aloe does more than relieve sunburn. Because it reduces inflammation it may be able to help with heartburn too.
Drink ½ a cup of aloe juice before meals.  Look for a brand that has the laxative component removed.

These 5 simple home remedies for acid reflux are highly effective but want to know the best part?  Most of the ingredients can normally be found right there in your kitchen!


And we don’t stop there!  Here are some additional tips:

There are certain known ‘trigger foods’ that can increase your risk for acid reflux and you should be especially wary of items that can lead to symptoms.  Try avoiding these foods:

Chocolate, Garlic, Onions, Soda, Citrus fruit juices, high-fat foods (such as fast food products), fried foods, caffeine, alcohol, tomato sauce and other tomato-based products.  By limiting or avoiding these triggers you may experience fewer symptoms.

If you suffer from acid reflux, determine what’s causing or exacerbating the problem.  Foods that contain living enzymes are crucial in eliminating and preventing acid reflux.  Change your diet! Avoid processed foods & sugars and try eating fresh organic fruits and vegetables.
Try eating smaller meals, especially before bedtime; it puts less pressure on the stomach, reducing the backflow of stomach acids.

Avoid laying down after a meal.  That can trigger heartburn, and once you do go to bed, try elevating your head with extra pillows to avoid night-time heartburn.

Drugs used to treat acid reflux only temporarily treat SYMPTOMS but do nothing to solve the underlying PROBLEM.  Want to know how to get rid of heartburn? Well here’s the secret: you must RESTORE your natural gastric balance and function.  And here’s the kicker: You can almost always do this naturally, without the help of medications or chemicals.



 Have any of our natural heartburn cures worked for you?
Do you have any practical tips you’d like to share with us?

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