7 Steps to Reducing Acid Reflux

How I alleviated my acid reflux

My Journey

For years I’ve had digestive issues and I was on and off proton pump inhibitors.  It got to the point where the medication didn’t work.  You name the medication, I probably was prescribed it. I knew I had to make a change.

I’ve always been interested in nutrition and enrolled in an online nutrition class.

It was at a women’s networking meeting that I met a woman who was enrolled in the Health Coach Training Program at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition.  I asked her why she was enrolled at IIN and the difference between their program and the nutrition class I was taking.  She mentioned that she liked the IIN program because they offered a holistic approach to nutrition and taught over 100 dietary theories.

When I got home from the meeting, I got on the internet and began researching IIN.  I was impressed with their program and the fact the program covered learning several dietary theories and there was a section of the program devoted to digestive health. So, I enrolled in the program!  I was excited!  I met so many like-minded people and these people are now my friends/colleagues!

When I enrolled in the Health Coach Training Program, my first objective was to write down my health goal. My goal was to naturally alleviate my acid reflux.

Steps to reducing acid

Elimination Diet

The Elimination Diet means doing the following for one week:

  1. Temporarily eliminating dairy products (milk, ice cream, cheese, etc.)
  2. Eliminating the “white” stuff (white pasta, white rice, potatoes, white flour/bread)…gluten!
  3. Reducing/Eliminating meat (beef, chicken, etc.)
  4. Eliminating processed foods
  5. Reducing acidic foods
  6. Reducing sugar cravings!  This is a big one for me!  I love my sweets!
  7. Reducing caffeine and alcohol consumption.

Reintroducing foods the right way

This is also much simpler than people make it out to be.

Pick one thing you eliminated—like gluten, dairy, or eggs—but not more than one, and eat it.

Once you’ve made a call on the first food you reintroduce, pick another one and follow the same steps.

By gradually reintroducing one food group back into your diet at a time and keeping a food journal, you can track how you feel after eating these foods. See how you feel over the next 48 hours. If you have no reaction after two days, eat that same food again, and for a second time, notice how you feel. From there, it’s up to you whether or not to re-incorporate that food into your diet on a regular basis.

  • DO eat fish.  Watch out for fish with high content of mercury and try to avoid farm raised fish.
  • DO eat lots of fiber, fresh whole foods, and unprocessed meals you make yourself.
  • DO eat lots of healthy fats found in olive oil, ghee, coconut oil, sunflower oil, flax oil, walnut oil, and avocados.

Adding clean foods back into your diet such as brown rice, brown rice, buckwheat, or whole grain pasta, quinoa, almond milk or coconut milk, organic ice cream, and sprouted bread. Adding in more fruits and vegetables, and alkaline foods.

On a personal note: I began eating kale and I had never heard or tried kale and had not eaten many other leafy greens (cruciferous vegetables ) until I enrolled at IIN. I added kale in to my smoothies as well as superfoods. I also added quality nutritional supplements, probiotics, digestive enzymes, omega-3, Vitamin D, resveratrol, and grape seed extract.

I temporarily went vegan but I consider myself a Flexitarian. I eat raw, vegan, gluten-free, non-GMO, and organic when I can. I also eat eggs, chicken, fish, and ground turkey. I add turmeric, ginger, and lemon for my foods/soups/water.

You will lose weight, feel less bloated, have more energy, and sleep better!

Remember this: No one diet works for everyone.  Eating healthy, losing weight, and weight management is a lifestyle not a diet!

Check out my eBook, Clean Eating: Guide to Clean Food Detoxing and Gut Rebuilding on Amazon.

Made more raw cacao balls

I’ve been tossing the idea of adding more superfoods to my raw cacao balls.  This time I added spirulina, chia powder, maca powder, goji berry powder, raw cacao nibs, and organic shredded coconut to my recipe. This is a good healthy day or evening snack. And tasty too!  I brought them to work and my coworkers loved them!

The ingredients are:

  • 10 medjool dates
  • 1/2 cup almonds
  • 1/2 cup cashews
  • 1/2 tbsp coconut oil
  • 1 tsp NutriBullet superfood powder (maca, chia, goji, and raw cacao)
  • 1 tsp raw cacao powder
  • 1/4 cup raw cacao nibs
  • 1 tsp spirulina powder
  • 1/4 cup shredded coconut – optional

Blend everything together in a NutriBullet until well blended. Shape in the form of balls or brownie.  Roll balls in coconut or top brownie with coconut.

Banana Cinnamon Blueberry Pancakes


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Don’t know what to do with those bananas that are over ripe?!  Here is an idea!  Add them to pancakes.  I just love them with blueberries! I add a half scoop of Arbonne protein powder to that I get my protein.  These pancakes provide a great boost of energy in the morning and they are healthy too!


  • Whole Wheat Pancake Mix
  • 1/2 scoop of Arbonne Vanilla Protein Powder
  • 1 tsp cinnamon
  • 1 tsp coconut oil
  • 1 organic egg
  • 1/2 cup almond milk – amount varies on how thick you want your pancakes
  • 1/4 cup fresh or frozen organic blueberries
  • 1 soft banana

Combine pancake mix, protein powder, coconut oil, cinnamon, egg, milk, and banana.  Add in blueberries.




Raw Cacao Superfood Balls

This is the perfect late night dessert for the chocolate lover! It’s raw, vegan, dairy-free, and gluten-free – a healthy option for the entire family!  Without the guilt!

The Raw Cacao Superfood Balls are simple, inexpensive, and only takes five minutes to prepare. 

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1/4 cup Almonds

1/4 cup Cashews

10 Medjool Dates (seeds removed)

1/2 tsp Raw Cacao Powder

1 tsp NutriBullet Superfood Boost (Chia, Goji Berry, Cacao, and Maca Powder) 

1 tsp Coconut Oil

1/2 cup shredded organic coconut

Mix all of the ingredients except coconut together in a blender for about a minute – which should create a sticky, thick consistency. Once blended, remove blended ingredients to a plate.  Shape in the form of balls or pour ingredients into a square baking dish and shape as a brownie. 

Roll balls in shredded coconut or pour shredded coconut over brownie mix.

Optional:  top brownie with sliced fruit and refrigerate. 

Makes the perfect dessert or afternoon snack!  Enjoy and let me know what you think!

Blender and Juicer Comparison




VitaMix  – Price range $449 and up

Classic Blenders: C-Series – $449.00

This blender steps up to your recipe repertoire with a can-do attitude that chops, creams, blends, grinds, churns, makes hot soup & more. From a 64-ounce family-sized blending container to ultra-responsive controls to a quiet motor, this elegantly designed countertop chef makes more!

  • Made in USA and Imported
  • Includes full-color hardbound Create cookbook & a tutorial DVD hosted by Chef Michael Voltaggio
  • Chops, creams, blends, heats, grinds, churns & more
  • Add a drop of dish soap & warm water, then run on high for 30 seconds for self-cleaning
  • BPA-free Eastman Tritan® co-polyester container is spill-proof with a vented lid & plug for safely adding ingredients while blending
  • Laser-cut stainless steel hammermill & cutting blades measure 4″ in diameter for a consistent blend
  • Tamper with collar prevents tool from hitting blades
  • Soft-grip ergonomic handle
  • 2-peak HP motor
  • Measures 17.4″ in height with container in place so it can be conveniently stored under a kitchen cabinet
  • 7-year warranty

Next Generation Blenders: G-Series – $639.00

The Vitamix Professional Series 750 offers five pre-programmed settings, including a self-cleaning option. The ultra-responsive Variable Speed Dial and Pulse feature allow you to precisely chop and mix ingredients to your exact specifications, making this blender the ultimate sous chef for your home kitchen.

Five pre-programmed settings ensure simple cleaning, walk-away convenience, and consistent results for smoothie, frozen dessert, soup, and purée recipes.

Newly designed 64-ounce container is perfect for family meals and entertaining, while fitting comfortably under most kitchen cabinets.


Your machine is designed and built for outstanding performance and unsurpassed durability. When purchasing a Vitamix, you’ll enjoy:

  • Easy-to-use equipment paired with extreme versatility
  • The ability to chop, cream, blend, heat, grind, churn, and more with a single machine
  • Quick and easy self-cleaning with a drop of dish soap and warm water; just run on High for 30 seconds
  • 7-year full warranty
  • Ongoing recipe ideas and community support

Blendtec – Price Range $279 and up

The Blendtec Total Blender is also popular. It has a 1560 Watt motor, supposedly the most powerful home product on the market. It has a futuristic electronic display with no knobs or dials. It includes a 64-ounce jar along with a book of over 100 recipes. Blendtec also now offers a full 7 year warranty for the Total Blender, the same as Vitamix. The Blendtec has an under-counter height of 15.5 inches vs 20.5 for the Vitamix, which may be useful to people who have specific counter-top height requirements.

One of the key differences between this blender and the Vitamix is that it can’t always handle frozen and whole uncut fruits. It’s just pure physics, without a way to push the food into the blade it won’t always blend. If you love the sleek digital display and look of this machine and don’t plan to use much frozen or uncut material then you would probably be very happy with this blender.

Ninja Blender Model NJ600 $139.99

When life picks a different pace, go with it! High power, professional capability introduces effortlessness into your routine, so you can conquer every day with nutrient-packed smoothies, delicious beverages and endless meals made easy. A quick-clean sleek design with a 72-ounce dishwasher-safe pitcher becomes the cornerstone of your kitchen with three speeds and a convenient pulse function. 1-year limited warranty. 

  • Imported
  • BPA-free carafe with lock-in lid with pour spout
  • Electronic control panel
  • Cord storage to keep counters clean
  • Sturdy, no-slip base
  • Ninja blades
  • 1,000 watts
  • Measures 17.25″ x 6″ x 8.46″
  • Request warranty information

Note: If you have young children, the Ninja has several blades. Supervision is recommended.  


NutriBullet 600 Series Model NBR-1201 $99.99 and up

The picture of good health. Using innovative extractor technology, which combines a 600-watt motor with an incredibly sharp & precise blade system, this blender-, juicer- and processor-in-one cuts through thick skins, stubborn nuts, tough stems and other nutrient-rich foods to pack your drinks and juices with the natural vitamins your body craves. 1-year warranty. 
  • Imported
  • Maximizes hidden nutrition within all the foods we eat!
  • Includes tall cup, high-torque power base, user manual/cookbook, short cup with handheld comfort lip ring, flat blade, pocket nutritionist, short cup with handle and comfort lip ring, emulsifying blade and 2 stay-fresh resealable lids
  • Measures 12.87″ x 9″ x 13″

Nutribullet 900 Series Model NB9-1501  $129.99 and up

If you want to make smoothies, juices, and raw desserts, this is perfect for your kitchen. This super-powered blender offers even more room to mix & make your favorite concoctions. Including everything from a 32-oz. colossal cup to two 24-oz. tall cups to stay-fresh resealable lids to two extractor blades & more, this NutriBullet rethinks the way you prep & create meals. 

  • Imported
  • 15-piece set includes:
  • 2 extractor blades
  • 32-oz. colossal cup
  • (2) 24-oz. tall cups
  • 18-oz. short cup
  • Flip-top to-go lid
  • 2 lip rings (1 handled & 1 non-handled)
  • 2 stay-fresh resealable lids
  • User manual/cookbook
  • Pocket nutritionist
  • Life-Changing Recipes book
  • 900-watt motor base
  • 25,000 RPM
  • Measures 3.98″ x 7.87″ x 16.14″
  • 1-year limited warranty

NutriBullet 1700-Watt Blender  $324.99

Eat smart. Built with innovative technology & a powerful motor, this hardworking tool extracts even more nutrients from you food, so everything you make is full of the good stuff. Whip up a cup for yourself or treat the entire family to something tasty—from heated soups to chilly beverages to go—with the interchangeable cups. Model N171001.
  • Imported
  • Includes 42-oz. handled colossal cup, 24-oz. handled short cup, 1-liter soup-making handled cup, pitcher lid, comfort lip ring, stay-fresh resealable lid, blade-opening tool, extractor blade & hardcover “Natures Prescription for Optimum Health”
  • 2.3 horsepower motor & 1700-watt power base
  • Extracts even more nutrients out of your foods
  • Smart Technology automatically creates nutritious drinks & heated soups or sauces
  • Creates both single servings & family-sized servings
  • Measures 15.16″ x 15.6″ x 13.11″


Centrifugal Juicers

These juicers extract juice by pulverizing fruit and vegetables against a round cutting blade that spins very quickly against a metal strainer.  The centrifugal force generated by the spinning motion of the cutting surface separates the juice from the pulp.


Breville Juice Fountain Plus Model JE98XL – $149.99

Breville Juice Fountain Plus. Drink to your health. Get into the world of juicing with this no-nonsense dual-speed juice fountain. Easy, lightning-quick operation and simple clean-up.

Enjoy fresh juice in seconds — just choose a fruit and drop it in this powerful, commercial quality extractor. The extra wide feed tube accommodates whole fruits like apples and pears — there’s no need to pre-cut any ingredients — and two speed settings adjust for everything from carrots to delicate berries for optimum results. 

  • Imported
  • 1 liter juice pitcher with froth separator
  • Overload protection
  • 5 liter pulp container
  • Precision-formed Italian micro mesh filter
  • Measures 14″ x 16.5″ x 12.5″
  • Request warranty information

Masticating Juicers

Masticating juicers work slower than centrifugal juicers.


Omega Juicer Model VRT350R. – $379.99

Get fresh. Amp up the way you eat & drink with this masticating juicer that mixes the efficiency & precision of a 80 RPM motor with the convenience of a compact vertical design. Working at high speeds, this juicer prevents the oxidation and degradation of fruits & veggies for even healthier results that are enzyme and nutrient rich. 

  • Imported
  • Oversized spout easily fills glasses without splashes or spills
  • 80 RPM extracts the maximum amount of nutrients & enzymes
  • Measures 7″ x 8.5″ x 15.5″
  • 10-year warranty

Omega Model 8004 – $259.99

Juicing at just 80 RPM, this powerful pro minimizes heat build-up and oxidation, which means your juice is even healthier with a higher enzyme count and a richer, fuller flavor. Enjoy more than just juicing, too, as this tool can turn nuts into butter, extrude pasta, grind coffee, mince garlic and so much more. 15-year warranty.

  • Imported
  • Great for making baby food and whipping up soy milk in a flash, too!
  • Continuous juicing with automatic pulp ejection
  • Exclusive dual-stage masticating extraction with a high juice yield and very dry pulp
  • Powerful commercial motor, low rotation speed and even less foaming than double gear juicers
  • Engineered for quieter operation and longer life
  • Easy to assemble and clean
  • Measures 6 1/2″ x 14 1/2″ x 15 1/2″

Is coconut oil the new miracle potion?

If you’re like me, you probably have spent hours trying to figure out how to pick out the right kind or healthier coconut oil in your local health food store. I’ve spent half an hour or more reading and comparing labels determining the difference between extra virgin coconut oil, unrefined virgin coconut oil, and refined coconut oil!

Difference between extra virgin coconut oil, virgin coconut oil, and refined coconut oil?

Let’s start with the processing of coconut oil.

Refined Processing

Whether coconut oil becomes refined or unrefined depends on what processing methods the oil undergoes. Refined coconut oil starts out as dried coconut meat, known as “copra.” Because coconut oil producers frequently dry the meat in open air, it can gather hazardous bacteria and pathogens-so any oil extracted from copra needs further purification before it’s safe to consume. During the refinement process, copra undergoes bleach filtration to screen out impurities, as well as heat treatment to remove its distinctive odor.

Unrefined Processing

Unrefined coconut oil, on the other hand, starts with fresh coconut meat rather than dried copra—ensuring the extracted oil is sanitary without the need for further purification. To produce unrefined coconut oil, the meat goes through one of two methods: “quick drying” or “wet milling.” Quick-dried coconut meat receives a small amount of heat to remove moisture, and then mechanical extraction separates the unrefined oil from the meat. With the wet-milling process, machines press the liquid out of fresh coconut meat—and then use boiling, refrigeration, centrifuging, fermentation or enzymes to isolate the oil from the extracted liquid. With both the quick drying and wet milling methods, the resulting coconut oil is safe for consumption without bleaching or deodorization.

Unrefined, Expeller Pressed Virgin Coconut Oil

As the name suggests, it is the crude coconut oil that has been obtained right from the expeller; unrefined, unfiltered and without any additives. Sometimes, it is also called the Pure Coconut Oil to mark its differences with the Refined Bleached Deodorized Coconut Oil, known as the Refined Coconut Oil.

Virgin Coconut Oil, Organic Coconut Oil, and Organic Virgin Coconut Oil can be unrefined too.

Note: there is no difference between extra virgin or virgin coconut oil.

Advantages of Virgin Coconut Oil

  • Taste: Unrefined Coconut Oil is tastier than the Refined Coconut Oil as it is neither bleached nor refined.
  • Flavor: Unrefined Coconut Oil has a beautiful flavor of that of fresh coconuts which is absent in Refined Coconut Oil, since it is deodorized.
  • Nutrients: It is more nutritious than the refined one, being least process and subjected to least heat. It is richer in proteins (this is almost absent in refined oil), vitamins and antioxidants. Contains medium chain fatty acids.
  • Natural: It does not undergo any chemical processing therefore is not refined. It has a more natural touch. It is derived from fresh coconuts and is not subject to heat. This preserves all the natural goodness of this oil, such as high content of Vitamin-E and minerals, which are otherwise almost stripped from the Ordinary Coconut Oil during processes like heating, filtration, refining, and bleaching which are done to make it colorless and odorless.
  • Wholeness: It is wholesome coconut oil.
  • Virgin Coconut Oil is very effective as a moisturizing agent.

Disadvantages of Virgin Coconut Oil

  • Hygiene: It is less hygienic than the Refined Coconut Oil, since it does not undergo any refining and may contain dust particles and other unwanted stuff.
  • Therapeutic Uses: It may not be suitable for therapeutic uses.
  • Internal Applications: The Refined Coconut Oil is better in this respect, being more hygienic.
  • Cost: Despite being less processed, it is bit more money than the refined one, since most of the coconut oil produced is converted to refined oil.
  • Availability: Unrefined Coconut Oil is less easily available than the refined grade.

Health Benefits of Coconut Oil

The health benefits of coconut oil include:

  • Hair care
  • Skin care
  • Stress relief
  • Maintaining cholesterol levels
  • Weight loss
  • Increased immunity
  • Proper digestion and metabolism
  • Relief from kidney problems
  • Heart diseases
  • High blood pressure
  • Diabetes
  • HIV
  • Cancer
  • Dental care
  • Bone strength

These benefits of coconut oil can be attributed to the presence of lauric acid, capric acid and caprylic acid. Its properties are antimicrobial, antioxidant, antifungal, antibacterial, and soothing.

Organic Virgin Coconut Oil can be purchased at Whole Foods, Mother’s Market, and Sprouts.

For more information on coconut oil, a good book to read is The Coconut Oil Miracle by Bruce Fife, CN, ND. It is available on Amazon.com or your local health food store.




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Is Food Combining the Secret to Healthy Eating?

      Yes, food combinations is the secret to healthy eating.

The discomfort of indigestion is so common in today’s society that it’s almost considered normal. Instead of using medication to suppress symptoms, it be wiser to properly combine foods in order to remove the causes of indigestion.

According to Ayurveda, Chinese medicine, and other alternative medicine, if you combine the wrong foods, your body will become acidic and unbalanced, and actually will secrete enzymes that cancel each other out. This causes bloating, gas, weight loss and fluctuations in energy levels. It can also lead to slowed or impaired digestion. It also causes food to ferment in the stomach or toxins to be released in the intestines.

Proper food combinations are based on the idea that there are foods groups that digest well with each other and others that don’t. So what is food combining? What food is a protein and what food is a starch?

Food Combining Categories

• Lean proteins: Lean fish, lean meats and poultry, low-fat dairy, protein powder

• Starches and starchy proteins: Grains (including bread, pasta, etc), potatoes, sweet potatoes, beets, parsnips, carrots, pumpkin, winter squashes, beans, lentils, peas, tofu, tempeh

• Fats and fatty proteins: Avocados, olives, nuts, seeds, oils, butter, cheese, yogurt, eggs, fatty fish, poultry, meat

• Greens and non-starchy vegetables: leafy greens, sprouts, celery, cucumber, cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, asparagus, radish, zucchini, onion, garlic, mushrooms, green beans, fresh corn

• Fruit: lemons, limes, grapefruit, oranges, tomatoes, strawberries, pineapples, apples, berries, pears, apricots, peaches, grapes, plums, cherries, mangoes, papayas, figs, bananas, dates, dried fruits, fruit juice, watermelon, cantaloupe, honeydew

• Sweeteners: sugars, syrups, malt syrups, honey

Proper Food Combinations

• Greens and non-starchy vegetables combine well with pretty much any type of food.
• Lean proteins combine best with greens and non-starchy vegetables.
• Starches and starchy proteins combine best with greens, non-starchy vegetables and fats.
• Fats and fatty proteins combine best with greens, non-starchy vegetables, starches.
• Fruits combine best with greens and should be eaten first as they exit the body most quickly.
• Sweeteners are best eaten on their own (i.e. in tea).


• Acidic fruits (citrus, tomatoes, strawberries, pineapples) combine well with fats or proteins.
• Melons should be eaten alone, since they digest faster than other fruits.
• Bananas can be eaten with starches due to their starchy content. Once bananas are fully ripen, their content turns to sugar.
• One-pot meals cooked slowly with lots of water (like soups and stews) don’t tend to cause as much difficulty in digestion when there are poor combinations.

Poor Food Combinations

Starch and proteins should be eaten separately because they digest differently. Starch begins to break down in the mouth, as all carbohydrates do, whereas protein breaks down in the gastrointestinal tract. If eating a starchy carbohydrate with a protein, such as pasta or rice, the carb will sit in the stomach acid and will ferment and putrefy while the system is digesting the protein and fat. It’s best to eat starches and proteins with vegetables.

Avoid if possible:

• Proteins with other proteins, fats, fruits and sweeteners
• Starches with other starches, proteins, fruits and sweeteners
• Fats with proteins, fruits and sweeteners

To summarize, once the body is balanced, or alkaline, and the digestive system is healthy and active, you will be able to eat more combinations, unless you have digestive issues like IBS, chronic constipation, Crohn’s, candida, bloating, or other chronic issues. The digestive system is designed to digest food and will continue to do so as long as it isn’t overloaded too much or too often.

The most important point to remember is to keep the body alkaline or balanced. Most often, the body will tell you which combinations work and which ones don’t.

Every rule has an exception, and one person’s food is another person’s poison. Listen to your body’s messages and find out what works best for you.




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Environmental toxins can be found in what you eat, drink, breathe, feel and think. You may not be aware of toxins, but if you want to be healthy, being educated on the latest in toxins is a must! Chronic conditions, like type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and obesity, may be associated with environmental toxins in your body.

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Genetically Modified Foods as Toxins in Everyday Eating

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