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Acid Reflux Beer Connection EXPOSED

Alcohols are generally known to worsen acid reflux symptoms in most people. However, the relationship between the two is not very clear given the array of alcoholic beverages available in the market one of these being beer. Beer itself has a lot of variations in composition and not all of these trigger acid reflux.

Acid reflux, more precisely gastro-oesophageal reflux disease, is caused due to malfunctioning of the lower oesophageal sphincter, clinically called the LES, and hyper acidity in the stomach. Acid reflux happens when the oesophagus, which carries food and beverages into the stomach and is guarded by the LES, that should allow entry of the eatables into the stomach but otherwise, should remain shut, fails in its duty to do so.

On account of muscle flaccidity and pressure of the gas built up within the stomach due to over production of hydrochloric acid in it, the LES often opens up, resulting in backward flow or reflux of acidic stomach contents into the oesophagus, giving rise to moderate or even severe heartburn and associated discomfort. Apart from sporadic use of anti-acidic medications and home remedies believed to reduce the symptoms, no specific treat for this distressing disease condition has yet been found by conventional medicine.


As a first step towards reaching the goal, all acidic food and beverages were discarded from the menu of the people suffering from acid reflux. The list of untouchables contain tomatoes, along with all its derivatives like tomato sauce, tomato ketchup, tomato soup; citrus fruits like orange juice, pineapple juice, etc and alcohol since most forms of alcohol available in the US are acidic in nature. Since beer (though having less acidic content in it) also has some amount of alcohol, it was naturally banned for acid reflux patients.


However, a recent research suggests that 'Unfiltered Wheat Based Beer' can be safely termed as "acid reflux beer" as it reportedly does not aggravate the disease condition.


Disputing this newly discovered acid reflux beer, another group of people are of the opinion that the only beer that may be judged as truly acid reflux beer is nothing but the Natural Brew 'Draft' Root Beer. The inner ingredients of this beer, they argue, do not stimulate over production of stomach acids and so may be consumed safely. This proclamation may be partly true since some of the components involved in the brewing process which include sarsaparilla, liquorice, cinnamon and ginger do have anti-acidic properties.


In fact, Sarsaparilla which is widely grown in parts of South America, India and China is often used as home-made treat for heartburn. Interestingly, root beer used to be quite a common drink in the United States during pre-Coca Cola days, when incidence of acid reflux was relatively fewer than what it is today.


To minimize the impact of beer in triggering your acid reflux, you can try the following


         Use water or club soda to dilute the beer

         Drink in moderation

         Choose the non-alcoholic variety of beer

         Rely on your personal experience to determine which kind of beer is the best/worst for your acid reflux condition


Sadly, many acid reflux patients make the costly mistake of seeking conventional remedies that actually do not work in the long run, but instead inflict dangerous side-effects. Holistic remedy on the other hand is the best because it can challenge the multiple factors that cause acid reflux. It treats the body as a whole and not just the symptoms of the disease and this is why it is so successful. It also comes without the side-effects of conventional medicine and does not compromise on your inner vitality. Holistic treatment is your best bet for treating acid reflux.

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