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Books on Heartburn Prevention

Learning how to live with chronic heartburn

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Updated November 25, 2009

Learning how to prevent heartburn before it starts is important. The books listed here talk about the steps you should take to prevent heartburn.

1. Chronic Heartburn: Managing Acid Reflux and GERD Through Understanding . . .

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This book lists coping mechanisms for living with chronic heartburn. It talks about the behaviors and the foods that can either increase your risk of experiencing heartburn, or help prevent heartburn from occurring. Written by Barbara E. Wendland M.Sc. R.D. and Lisa Marie Ruffolo, this is a 256 page paperback book.
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2. Healthy Digestion the Natural Way

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This book contains methods of treating heartburn and the conditions that cause heartburn in natural ways, including dietary changes, how to exercise, and how to relax. Written by D. Lindsey Berkson, this is a 272 page paperback book.
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3. 50 Ways to Relieve Heartburn, Reflux and Ulcers

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This book puts forth 50 to relieve the discomfort heartburn and peptic ulcers. The book includes information on symptoms, treatments, and management techniques for heartburn, reflux, and ulcers. Written by M. Sara Rosenthal, this is a 192 page paperback book.
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4. Heartburn: Extinguishing The Fire Inside

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This book includes information on lifestyle changes people can make to improve their heartburn symptoms, when antacids are save to take and when they aren't, what medications may be best for a patient, and heartburn facts and myths. Written by Wolfe Michael, this is a 196 page paperback book.
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5. Living With Chronic Heartburn

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This books list steps you can take to manage GERD, lessen the symptoms, and how you may be able to prevent it from progressing to more serious conditions. It also includes treatment information for pregnant women, children, and seniors who suffer from GERD. Written by Paulo Panchecko M.D. and Marilyn Olson, this is a 200 page paperback book.
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6. Mayo Clinic on Digestive Health

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This book lists ways to manage heartburn, peptic ulcers, irritable bowel syndrome, celiac disease, along with other digestive disorders. John E. King is the Editor and Mayo Clinic the publisher. This book is a 197 page paperback.
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