You know it all too well. Heartburn. That fiery sensation
that grabs hold of your lower chest after you eat something you know you
shouldn't have. What often follows is that sour or bitter taste of acid reflux
in your throat and mouth that can last minutes (if you are lucky) or hours (if
you are not).
Yes, millions of us are familiar with the discomfort of heartburn, a
condition in which stomach acids back up into the esophagus. The good news is
that heartburn is largely avoidable if you steer...