Justin is a Health and Performance Expert. He has trained and consulted many of the greatest athletes, teams and corporations for over 18 years. He built, globally branded his last CPG into 12 countries, created an entire new category and sold it to a national brand in five years. He is an advocate on clean foods and products. He also consults and advises brands in the health and active space on strategic sales.
“As a board-certified internist with a focus in Gastroenterology, one of the most common medical conditions I treat on a daily basis is gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). Most physicians will agree that I am not alone. Studies have shown 36% of Americans suffer from GERD on a monthly basis while 4-9% of Americans experience symptoms
“Foothill Presbyterian Hospital has been using Axia-3 in our emergency room on a trial basis for approximately 3 months. The medical staff believes Axia-3 fills a viable pharmaceutical regime in the treatment of dyspepsia and heartburn related to hyperacidity. Axia-3 has a fast onset of action due to acid-base neutralization. The onset of action is
Heartburn is an uncomfortable burning sensation in the chest which can often creep up the throat. When the Lower Esophageal Sphincter (LES) allows acid from your stomach to go back up your esophagus, this strong burning sensation of heartburn can occur. It’s actually possible to have reflux without heartburn, but it is not possible to
“As a board certified Physician, I see many patients that suffer from heartburn. For many years I have been prescribing different products such as Nexium, Prilosec, Prevacid and Pepsid AC, etc. I actually prefer one of the newest antacids on the market which is a diabetic safe all-natural antacid a fantastic breath mint and it
What causes heartburn? Heartburn is the result of irritation caused by stomach acid that splashes from the stomach through the lower esophageal sphincter into the esophagus, which is located near the chest area. While many factors can trigger heartburn, the most common reasons for heartburn are associated with diet, stress, chronic disease (e.g., diabetes), exercise-induced
Heartburn and other digestive discomforts like indigestion, sour stomach and bloating afflict millions of people each year. In fact, over 100 million people in the U.S. each year suffer from heartburn – and nearly 25 million people suffer from heartburn every day. The stomach releases gastric acid to naturally activate digestive enzymes that are needed to
1. Avoid Heartburn and Acidity by Eating Right Heartburn, also known as acid reflux, is a common health problem in adults. It is estimated that nearly 60 percent of the population suffers from some degree of heartburn. While many would define the condition as a burning feeling in the chest, it can also manifest as