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Let’s begin with how important cholesterol is to the human body. Cholesterol belongs to a group of fats referred to as Sterols. Chemically it is not a fat, although Sterols are found in all fats and oils, especially animal fat. The chief sources are eggs, egg yolk, liver, kidney, brain, fish oil and oysters. It is also found in a lesser degree in meat, whole milk, cream cheese and butter. Cholesterol is commonly thought of as a poison and something to be avoided at all cost. Nonsense! This is a mistruth.
There are a multitude of reasons for you to not take antacids. I’ve taken the liberty of discussing a little about antacids, food digestion, food rotting in the stomach, and what problems you may run into as a result of not chewing your food.
by: Ron Kosloff
Don’t ever take antacids, Prylosec (the purple pill), Pepcid AC, or Axid, as that would be a huge mistake! Medical doctors prescribe them but really they don’t know much about the human body. Let me explain in detail.
There is no such thing as “Acid Reflux Disease.” What you are actually suffering from is indigestion. You are not digesting your food. Most Americans do not digest their food. Before I proceed, I would like to explain an incident that happened to me a few years ago.