PPIs wreck the kidneys

The short-term relief from Big Pharma’s acid reflux Proton Pump Inhibitors (PPIs) packs some long-term side-effects and risks. Among the litany of harm done by PPIs, a recent study shows that PPIs inflict H-E double hockey sticks on the kidneys – including more than doubling the risk of kidney failure in seniors. So, the Big Pharma spin doctors came out with this fairy-tale fact that PPIs have an overall risk level of less than 1%. What they didn’t say is that the 1% includes ALL people – like including everyone who doesn’t take these drugs in the first place. But if you look closely at this “new math” reporting ploy, people who don’t take PPIs suffer kidney failure at 0.54% – but people who take PPIs actually suffer kidney failure at the rate of 1.349%. Uh, that’s actually some 250% more kidney failure in real world numbers and not a real risk level of less than 1%. Big Pharma must take us for idiots. Try taking some lemon juice next time reflux visits you. If the reflux goes away – you need more stomach acid, not less. If lemons don’t help, drink some fresh cabbage juice. Either way, don’t buy into the Big Pharma spiel – find the cause and fix it.

Find the cause and fix it!

Find the cause and fix it!

About Craig Stellpflug NDC

Craig Stellpflug is a NeuroDevelopment Consultant and a Certified Nutritional Consultant. Craig is a cancer nutritionist and child brain disorder specialist at Healing Pathways Medical Clinic in Scottsdale Arizona.
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