Heartburn Resources

This page lists some helpful and recommended resources that complement my ebook, The 30-Day Heartburn Solution.

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Please be sure to read the book for guidelines for how to take the supplements.  Supplements should only be used as support, not as a replacement for dietary changes.


 hydrozyme IIIHydrochloric Acid (HCl) – You can find HCl products in the supplement section of any health food store.  Make sure to find a product that also contains pepsin, which works synergistically with HCl.  Please be sure to review the HCl challenge test guidelines in the book or work with a knowledgeable practitioner before using any HCl product.   This is my recommended product.


apple cider vinegar heartburn resourceApple Cider Vinegar – This is option #2 in the book for stomach support and one that can be used in place of HCl.  Purchase a good quality, organic, raw apple cider vinegar.  There are many good products in health food stores.  This one and this one are two good options.



fish oil for heartburn

Fermented Cod Liver OilGreen Pasture is the only cod liver oil on the market that is using historical methods of production via fermentation.  The fermentation process preserves and enhances the nutrient content, in particular, the omega-3s and the fat-soluble vitamins A and D as well as the co-factors that help absorb them.  Most fish oil companies add synthetic nutrients back in due to the processing methods that destroy them.  Find Green Pasture products here.


prescript assistProbiotics – There are many good probiotics on the market.  Make sure to find a product that has the CFUS guaranteed at the time of expiration on the bottle and a wide spectrum of bacterial strains.   My probiotic of choice is Prescript-Assist as it contains 29 soil-based strains of beneficial bacteria and it does not require refrigeration.  It is also been proven effective in a clinical trial.  Find Prescript-Assist here.


Real Food Resources


Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon – An absolute must-have cookbook for your kitchen with recipes and sections devoted to fermented foods, broths, proper preparation of grains, healthy fats and so much more.

Full Moon Feast by Jessica Prentice – Inspiring and beautifully written, this book is the perfect complement to Nourishing Traditions which further explores the wisdom and healing power of traditional foods and the connection they instill in our local communities and in ourselves.


www.localharvest.org – for finding local farms, farmers markets and CSAs using organic, sustainable growing methods in your area.

www.eatwild.com – same as above with a focus on grass-fed, pastured animal products.

www.westonaprice.org – for more information on the research of Dr. Weston A. Price with a huge database of real food nutrition information.

Fermented Foods Resources


Wild Fermentation by Sandor Katz – If you would like to learn more about home fermentation, this is the book to get.   Katz eloquently conveys the simplicity and creativity of home fermentation with easy-to-follow basic recipes and guidelines.  Highly recommended.

Oh Lardy’s Guide to Fermenting Fruits and Vegetables – This ebook is a nice complement to Wild Fermentation and is especially recommended if you have kids as many of the recipes are kid-friendly (which is a rarity!).

Recommended products

Bubbie’s fermented vegetables

Zukay probiotic beverages


Bone Broth Resources


Nourishing Broth by Sally Fallon and Dr. Kaayla Daniel  – a fantastic in-depth exploration of the history and science of broth with lots of recipes that extend upon the basics presented in The 30-Day Heartburn Solution.

Recommended products

US Wellness Meats – an online source for ordering a variety of different bones (and other pastured animal products) for making broths.

Wise Choice Market – an online source for ordering traditionally prepared, real chicken and beef broths.

Grain and Gluten-Free Resources


Practical Paleo by Diane Sanfilippo  – a great grain-free cookbook with lots of customizable grain-free meal plans.

Primal Blueprint Quick and Easy Meal by Mark Sisson and Jennifer Meier – great layout with tons of simple grain-free meals that can be made in 30 minutes or less.

Recommended websites


Recommended products

Jovial Foods – nice selection of einkorn and gluten-free products.

Bob’s Red Mill – all gluten-free options

Sprouted flours

Sprouted grain breads

Courses and Programs

Fearlesss Digestion – this is my online digestive wellness program.  Though not specific to heartburn it covers many of the same principles in the book, albeit in greater depth.  There are eight digestive health modules that you progress through at your own pace and includes handouts, recipes, cooking videos and a support forum for class members. Learn more at www.fearlessdigestion.com

Grain-Free (Paleo) Meal Plans – this is a great online meal planning service.  Highly recommended if you feel overwhelmed by going grain-free.  All of the meals emphasize quality and simplicity.  Learn more here.