HOW THE HECK DO I DEAL WITH HYPERACIDITY?

does your stom­ach feel like it’s hous­ing the 10th cir­cle of hell? nix the md and try these home reme­dies.

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GIN­GER

Ac­cord­ing to Dr. Manoj Ahuja of For­tis Hospi­tal, New Delhi, gin­ger has ex­cel­lent anti-in­flam­ma­tory prop­er­ties. Ei­ther chew it fresh, or steep it in a cup of boil­ing wa­ter.

AP­PLE CIDER VINE­GAR

A low sup­ply of stom­ach acid is of­ten to blame for hyperacidity is­sues—this in­gre­di­ent will sta­bi­lize your stom­ach again. Mix it in a cup of wa­ter, or take one ta­ble­spoon and ‘chase’ it with a glass of wa­ter, says NDTV Food.

CO­CONUT WA­TER

Ac­cord­ing to Dr. Ahuja, drink­ing co­conut wa­ter causes your body’s ph acidic level to turn al­ka­line and helps the pro­duc­tion of healthy mu­cus that pro­tects the stom­ach from fur­ther in­flam­ma­tion. Chug, chug, chug.

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