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Can Green Mangoes, Salt, and Pepper Fight the Effects of Acid Reflux?

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Acid reflux and gastroenteritis are closely related illnesses. Both involve malfunctioning of the stomach and digestive processes. They are both aggravated by coffee and they both involve saliva or acid flowing upward and choking the patient.

For some time after drinking lots of coffee…I’m a coffee addict by the way, I’ve had symptoms of both Acid Reflux and gastroenteritis. I’ve noticed that coffee intake exacerbates the symptoms. I did not go to the doctor. I stopped my coffee intake and did a slight modification of my diet. The symptoms eased up after a few months, but when I resumed drinking coffee, they started again.

I had heard through oral tradition when I was a child that the “sour” from green mangoes can cure such conditions, so I tried it. I chipped two green mangoes up and laced them with salt and better as shown in the picture below.

After eating the first “dose” of green mangoes, I noticed that the symptoms eased up considerably. I continued eating two green mangoes with salt and pepper each day for several weeks. It was mango season by the way and the mangoes were at that time green and in the process of ripening. It worked like a charm. I can now drink coffee again with any unpleasant regurgitation.

My opinion is that God wants us to eat a wide variety of food and it is our design to eat many different foods in order to achieve optimal health. Nature has a cure for almost everything. In this context, God knows why He made each tree to bear in its season. That is why He makes the mangoes stay green for some time and ripe for some time: because each stage is good for something and provides a different taste and flavor.

Can’t eat green mangoes because of edging teeth? We have a remedy for that too! It’s called toothcure, and you will hear about it soon!

Disclaimer: This article is directed to healthy adult males. It contains the personal opinions and experiences of the author. It is not medical advice and should not be used as an alternative for professional medical attention. Neither the author nor publisher of this article will be held responsible for any use or misuse of the information contained herein.

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