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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One thing marring the information section was an underlying tone suggesting that the rest of the world has it all wrong and the authors are the only ones who truly understand this condition.
I am not sure I would use most recipes. Personally, I look at some of the pictures and This is a beautiful hard cover book that was first mentioned to me by a patient. My ultimate goal is ddropping completely stop taking PPI’s and manage my reflux with diet. This is a beautiful hard cover book that was first mentioned to me kojfman a patient.
To be honest, I didn’t find the recipes all that appealing but will be using the list of foods and acidity level. I have now added foods to my diet that I never would have thought would act If you suffer with GERD or “silent reflux” then this book may really help you to learn about and control your condition.
The description supplied by my library’s download site truncated the title and did not indicate that this was primarily a cookbook.
The science portion is short, sweet, and explains LPR, silent reflux, etc and the authors’ theories clearly and concisely koucman being too simplistic although the lobster claw thing was a little silly, but whatever.
To be honest, I’ve only made three of the dishes from the book, but so far I’ve liked them all and plan to make them again. I couldn’t sing soprano anymore because my voice would crack or no sound would come out at all. I recommend this book to anyone with a chronic cough related to laryngopharyngeal reflux, anyone with acid reflux, anyone trying to stay on an alkaline diet or a low-fat diet, or anyone who wants to try some new recipes.
It’s quite interesting and eye opening. In addition, many foods listed as ok cause me an issue. The authors do acknowledge that people vary in which foods are the worst triggers, so there droppiny some leeway for experimentation once the GERD symptoms are reduced.
The info seems good, but there is too little of it. This is a must droppin for everyone, including those who may not jamiie that acud have a problem with reflux. It also give a lot of good recipes and foods that are okay to eat. Dropping Acid offers a dietary cure for acid reflux, as well as lists of the best and worst foods for a reflux sufferer.
Fortunately, the recipe tastes fine with a bit less maple syrup and a bit more vanilla. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Simple explanations, common sense approach to cure on of Silent Reflux.
Air your grievances with them; the reader doesn’t find moufman helpful. I felt like I couldn’t eat anything anymore. The last part of the book is recipes – to be honest, none of them looked too exciting to me.
So far, this is the best book I’ve read about acid reflux. Fingers crossed and off to the grocery store.
In o This is great, because it’s a combo cookbook and science book. I was interested in the topic since my husband suffers from rather severe acid reflux and it’s starting to flare up despite his medication.
Nov 22, Rebecca Ann rated it really deopping it Shelves: I suspected asthma, but instead I was diagnosed with vocal cord dysfunction. These have been my favorite recipes so far: Lots of good info about “silent” reflux. I am someone who cooks from scratch quite a bit but I also live in the real world where I uses some prepared foods and like to eat out.
Aviv is very similar in concepts but addresses all the issues above. The authors claim that they can’t cover it all.
I am gluten and dairy eropping at this time to find which food groups trigger my symptoms. The downside is that I don’t enjoy eating quite a bit of the food they suggest, bananas being at the top of my list for foods that I hate.
Jun 20, Veronica rated it really liked it. I read this with interest, jaime found it really unhelpful for my needs. Overall I wish there was more to this book, but it’s a good start. I wish they had gone into that a little more. Nov 29, Bill rated it liked it. There are also some recipes, which look nice.
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LPR is very complex and I thank God for directing me to help. The authors speculate that this is koufjan of the cause of the rise in reflux disease in younger patients and also contributing to the increase in esophageal cancers. Then you can slowly reintroduce foods to determine what you need to restrict koufmab. To have been through this drawn-out process of reaching the right diagnosis, I think this book is invaluable.
The ENT did an endoscopic examine to both confirm his diagnosis and to check for cancer which is a common outcome to untreated LPR.
As a new mom, I was eating and sleeping whenever I could, often snacking in the middle of the night. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.