Dr. Jamie Koufman of the Voice Institute of New York is a, if not THE, pioneer in treating respiratory reflux, also known as LPR. Download the eBook for Dropping Acid by Jamie Koufman, Jordan Stern. Read excerpts, book reviews, & watch videos at Simon & Schuster. The Hardcover of the Dropping Acid: The Reflux Diet Cookbook & Cure by Jamie A. Koufman, Jordan Stern, Mark Michel Bauer | at Barnes.
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I also happen to be one of the few for whom breads make my GERD go wild.
It also explains how and why the reflux epidemic is related to the use of acid as a food preservative. I liked learning what I could do to help my “silent” acid reflux hopefully without being on medication koufan the rest of my life. Being someone caid is unable to take medication for acid reflux because of allergies, this way of eating certainly helped me. The recipes looked OK, but most people should be able to find similar ones on-line working from a solid list of which foods are problematic and which are not.
The authors claim that they can’t cover it all.
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Nov 12, willaful rated it it was ok. Jaime came across this cook book while reading another book on silent reflux. Dropping Acid provides a list of the good and the bad foods for reflux sufferers and offer an induction diet to get sufferers back on track. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. I am allergic to many of the ingredients in the recipes so they may appeal to others.
I haven’t tried out A useful reference for me as I’m diving into some heavy diet and lifestyle changes. Dropping Acid offers a dietary cure for acid reflux, as well as lists of the best and worst foods for a reflux kojfman.
The authors main premise is that GERD has become epidemic because of changes in the American diet that include overconsumption of soda and highly acidic foods. In addition, many foods listed as ok cause me an issue.
One thing marring the information section was an underlying tone suggesting that the rest of the world has it all koufmna and the authors are the only ones who truly understand this condition. If only all the patients could resolve to make their meals instead of relying on meds Unfortunately, many of these contain pasta, barley, oats or breadcrumbs, and as I am avoiding gluten for my own health reasons, I won’t be trying them.
To have been through this drawn-out process of reaching the right diagnosis, I think this book is invaluable. My preliminary rating I received this last week as a First Reads giveaway.
I would have like more instruction on how to create those balances on your own. To be honest, I didn’t find the recipes all that appealing but will be using the list of foods and acidity level. I suspected asthma, but instead I was diagnosed with vocal cord dysfunction. She was a pioneer of laryngeal framework surgery, minimally-invasive laryngeal laser surgery, laryngeal electromygraphy, and transnasal esophagoscopy. Many everyday foods aren’t listed, but we get the ph of several different varieties of apple.
One of the best things about this book is how it emphasizes what you CAN eat, not just what you can’t. While they list the Ph levels of koufmn foods, it is in no way a complete list for example, they list the Ph of green grapes but not red.
Nov 29, Kooufman rated it liked it. I don’t have the background to judge the science behind their theories, but I don’t feel able to try them out for myself without a lot more supplemental information.
If not, you might want to look into some other sources — this book is good, but it definitely doesn’t start “at the beginning,” so to speak.
Nov 19, Dee Renee Chesnut rated it it was amazing Shelves: No more middle of the night or morning coughing fits.
Dropping Acid: the Reflux Diet Cookbook and Cure by Jamie Koufman – De Gustibus Cooking School
The most real information was in the very short section that explains what causes reflux problems to begin with. Highly recommend that book as well. Clever title and a very interesting look at “silent reflux” – acid reflux that is irritates the throat, but does not really cause heartburn which is what I have.
I think the science seems sound, it certainly explains why I’ve been sick for years with no one able to properly diagnose me, and why I’m feeling better now that I’m eating more in line with what this book proposes.