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Barret's esophagitis
Posted by: E Veenable
Date: October 9, 2000 9:34 AM

is there any cure or effective treatment for Barret's esophagus? Which nutrients or herbs are best for this condition? What are the main symptoms?

RE: Barret's esophagitis
Posted by: Ron Kennedy, M.D.
Date: October 10, 2000 3:51 AM

You can read up on Barret's esophatitis at:
[www.niddk.nih.gov]
The idea would be to persuade the columnar cells to revert to their former structure. The best way to achieve that would be through detoxification procedures and healthy diet - at least 80% raw food. The remaining item would be to deal with what provoked the hyperacidity in the first place other than the usual toxic state in which we all tend to find ourselves. That would probably mean change of lifestyle - exercise, relaxation, cessation of coffee, tobacco, alcohol, etc., emotional work, and so on. These are not popular changes, therefore the surgical treatment has an audience.



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