The revolutionary new book, Fast Tract Digestion Heartburn, explains in simple terms the role of intestinal bacteria and carbohydrate malabsorption in chronic acid reflux. Foods containing difficult to digest carbohydrates are poorly absorbed and can lead to a condition called SIBO which stands for Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth. SIBO causes inflammation, intestinal gas, cramps, bloating, reflux and potentially more severe symptoms and conditions.
Treating Acid Reflux with the Fast Tract Diet Program
The Fast Tract Diet Program is clinically proven, safe, effective and permanent and avoids the side effects and health risks associated with long term drug therapy including proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) and Histamine-blockers (H2 blockers). The remarkable and simple solution is the avoidance of difficult to digest carbohydrates. But how do you know which ones to limit and their prevalence in foods. The Fast Tract Diet uses a proprietary calculation called the fermentative potential (FP). The fermentative potential is a direct measure of each food’s potential to feed bacterial overgrowth. The reason the Fast Tract Diet is so effective is because it attacks SIBO, the bacterial overgrowth I believe is the ultimate cause of chronic acid reflux. This healthy diet also serves as a preventative to ensure healthy digestion without flare ups of SIBO-related GERD symptoms.
What do I eat?
In addition to explaining the problem and solution, Fast Track Digestion provides over 50 delicious recipes that were proven in a clinical study of people with chronic acid reflux. Breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack recipes ensure healthy and nutritious low FP foods for your meals. The book also contains sixteen tables listing a huge variety of foods along with each food’s FP value and other critical information that allows you to determine the best food choice and serving size to remain symptom free while your digestive system heals.