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Melatonin for Reflux Control

Melatonin is widely known as the sleep hormone, vital for regulating our sleep-wake cycles. Many people turn to melatonin supplements to help them fall asleep faster and enjoy a more restful night's sleep. However, findings have also revealed an innovative use for melatonin: managing reflux. This discovery is giving new hope to people with the discomfort of reflux, which can significantly impact daily life.

Gut Health: Beat Acid Reflux with Alginate

If you're someone who has been dealing with the discomfort of acid reflux, finding an effective and easy-to-use solution is crucial. Acid reflux happens when the valve at the entrance to your stomach, known as the lower esophageal sphincter (LES), doesn't close all the way or opens too often. This allows stomach acid to escape into your esophagus. Discover how alginate-based treatments like RefluxRaft and other positive lifestyle changes can further improve your gut health and manage acid reflux symptoms. 


Choosing Alginate Over Proton Pump Inhibitors

Have you ever felt that burning sensation in your chest after a meal? That could be acid reflux, a condition where stomach acid flows back into the esophagus, causing discomfort. While many people reach for Proton Pump Inhibitors (PPIs) to manage this, there's another option: alginate products. These natural remedies have been gaining attention for their role in acid reflux management. This article will dive into the benefits of alginate compared to PPIs, and why you might consider making the switch.

Overeating and Reflux: A Digestive Dietitian Breaks Down the Connection

We get this question a lot: Can overeating contribute to reflux symptomsMolly Pelletier, our resident Registered Dietitian specializing in acid reflux/GERD/LPR, discusses the connection between overeating and acid reflux, and provides valuable tips for managing acid reflux symptoms around meal times. 

Natural GERD Treatment with Alginate

Alginate is a natural substance derived from brown kelp, a type of seaweed. It's been used in various applications, from thickening food to wound dressings, but its role in GERD management is particularly interesting. When you take alginate, it reacts with the acid in your stomach to form a thick gel that floats on top of the stomach contents. Think of it as a protective barrier, or a 'raft', that helps keep everything in its place, preventing the acid from splashing back up into the esophagus.

5 Steps for Navigating Reflux & GERD in Your Relationships

Living with Acid Reflux, GERD, or LPR goes beyond its physical toll, often rippling into one’s relationships and social life. Communicating effectively with loved ones and those close to you about what you’re experiencing and how you’re feeling can help to navigate and manage your symptoms and optimize the quality of your life. In this post, join me in exploring some actionable tips on how to open up about GERD to your partner, family, and friends.