Get Your Gut Happy: Easy Tips to Fight Gastritis and GERD

Get Your Gut Happy: Easy Tips to Fight Gastritis and GERD

πŸ™‹β€β™€οΈ My firsthand journey with laryngitis, gastritis, GERD, acid reflux, IBS, gut inflammation, and more taught me the importance of addressing red flags head-on to achieve lasting wellness, not just temporary fixes.

Today, I am healed, and honestly, it was not a straight path. Healing takes time and varies for everyone. It took me almost four years of continuing with my lifestyle and diet changes and keeping up with drinking our MOJO & MELO herbal teas to maintain a healthy stomach and gut.

While I occasionally indulge in foods that aren’t ideal, I know how to manage my diet and take action to prevent any serious setbacks.

Most importantly, I am drug-free and have learned how to heal myself and maintain a healthy stomach and gut.

πŸ‘‰ Here are the 7 lifestyle and diet changes I made to support my healing journey, and maybe they could work for you too:

This plan could be a game-changer for you too. πŸ’š #1 Track what you eat & drink: Keeping a food diary can help you identify trigger foods that worsen your digestive symptoms. By tracking your intake and any associated discomfort, you can pinpoint which foods may be causing issues and eliminate them from your diet.

#2 Cut out acidic foods & drinks: Acidic foods and beverages like citrus fruits, tomatoes, coffee, and alcohol can exacerbate acid reflux and stomach inflammation. Cutting back on these items or eliminating them altogether can provide relief and prevent further irritation to your digestive system.

#3 Eat smaller portions: Overeating puts extra strain on your digestive system, leading to symptoms like bloating, indigestion, and acid reflux. Eating smaller, more frequent meals throughout the day can ease the burden on your stomach and promote better digestion.

#4 Stop eating 3-4 hours before bedtime: Eating too close to bedtime can trigger acid reflux symptoms, especially when lying down. By giving your body ample time to digest before lying down, you can reduce the risk of nighttime reflux and improve sleep quality.

#5 Manage stress: Managing stress is crucial for digestive health. Incorporating stress-reducing activities into your daily routine can significantly impact your overall well-being. For me, activities like walking, hiking with my dogs, weight lifting, Padel and cardio exercises, or pilates have been incredibly effective in reducing stress levels and promoting better digestion.

#6 Sleep with an elevated pillow: Elevating your head while sleeping can prevent stomach acid from flowing back into your esophagus, reducing the risk of nighttime reflux. Investing in a wedge pillow or using extra pillows to elevate your head can make a significant difference in your sleep quality and digestive comfort.

#7 Drink MOJO & MELO teas: Our specially crafted herbal teas are designed to soothe and support your digestive health naturally. Whether you're experiencing discomfort after a meal or looking for a calming beverage to relax, our Stomach Soothe, Stomach Calm, and Stomach Relief teas offer gentle relief without the need for medication.

🌟 Repeat this regimen for at least 15 days and observe how your body responds. Keep track of any changes in your symptoms and adjust your lifestyle accordingly.

Remember, small changes can lead to significant improvements in your digestive health and overall well-being. By prioritizing your health and making informed choices, you can take control of your digestive issues and reclaim your quality of life.

πŸ‘‡ Disclaimer: While this plan worked wonders for me, everyone's body is unique, and individual results may vary. It's essential to listen to your body and consult with a healthcare professional if you have any concerns or underlying medical conditions.

I am not certified doctor, hold a medical degree, or a nutritionist. My advice and tips are drawn from my own experiences dealing and healing from gastritis and acid reflux.⁠
Please seek medical advice if you are on prescribed medication, suffer from allergies, high blood pressure, or are pregnant. It's essential to consult your healthcare professional for personalised guidance and care. ⁠
Tea should not be taken as a substitute for a varied diet. This product is not designed to prevent, treat, or cure any disease or medical condition. ⁠

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