Peptest – A Reliable Test for LPR?

Peptest is a pepsin test that allows for detection of pepsin in the mouth. It is quite a simple test where you test the saliva in your mouth for pepsin. Someone who has LPR (Laryngopharyngeal Reflux) will likely have pepsin in their...

Natural Remedies for LPR – The Best Options

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When it comes to natural remedies for LPR (silent reflux) there are a selection of options. Some of these will actually stop and help prevent acid reflux from happening in the first place and others will be better for immediate relief that...

Acid Reflux Medication Not Working – What Can I Do?

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I often hear people saying things like their prilosec is not working or whatever medication they may be taking like zantac, tums and nexium to name just a few. Luckily though if your medication is not working for treating your acid reflux...

Acid Reflux / GERD – The Ultimate Guide

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Believe it or not 15-30% of Americans suffer from some form of acid reflux. For some it will be minor only affecting them on rare occasions, whereas for others it could be much more troublesome. Acid reflux sometimes called hyperacidity is due...

Alkaline Water for LPR – Does it Help?

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I am sure you have heard about alkaline water and its list of potential health benefits. Of course, one of these benefits being to help acid reflux and more importantly LPR in our case. It...

LPR Foods to Eat – The Best Food Choices to Calm LPR

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Undoubtedly when people talk about silent reflux and acid reflux in general, they often talk about the LPR foods that you should be avoiding and there is no doubt this is an important area to talk about. Though...