Due to the length of the previous post by the same title, I have been asked to start a new thread what will link to the previous thread. Here is the first original post.
"Has anyone tried carbohydrate restriction for relief from GERD? I would very much be interested in hearing from people who have tried this approach and what their results were.
I have found and documented, in my new book, evidence that the consumption of excess carbohydrates is the root cause of GERD and by reducing your carbohydrate consumption you can completely eliminate acid reflux with out drugs. This is the only dietary approach that I am aware of, that really works and it only takes a couple of days. I believe this approach will soon be well recognized as the ultimate cure for heartburn. I am curreltly in discussions with Will Yancy, the primary author on a small clinical study showing that reducing carbs can cure heartburn. My book (that I cannot list here) explains why this works and tailors low carb dieting to the treatment of GERD.
If you tried this approach, please share your experiences."