The Drug-Free Acid Reflux Solution is Out!

Dear Patients and Friends,
I am excited to announce the release of my first book, The Drug-Free Acid Reflux Solution. For the past ten years, I have been successfully helping patients get relief from reflux symptoms without drugs, and it was finally time to share this work with the rest of reflux suffers.

The inspiration to write this book came from the overwhelming success I experienced helping people with reflux symptoms. Patient after patient was able to dramatically reduce their symptoms, and in most cases, discontinue reflux medications. This was an important step in each of their journeys towards health because acid reflux medications come with some serious, often unknown side effects. Because these medications are available over the counter and prescribed by doctors with never ending refills, many people assume they are safe for long term use; however, that is not the case.

The most popular acid reflux medications have been directly tied to serious health conditions including:
1. Nutrient deficiencies
2. A higher risk of potentially life threating infections
3. Increased risk of bone fracture
4. The development of food allergies

While some health problems require the use of medications that have serious side effects, in most cases acid reflux is not one of these conditions. The symptoms can usually be safely managed with the proper diet and natural supplement regimen.

In this book I outline in detail what causes acid reflux, why medications can be dangerous, and give a step by step plan to help you recover drug-free. Also included is my acid reflux cookbook, which outlines a complete diet to help you become acid reflux free in as little as 1 week.

Here is an overview of some of the important things you will learn:
• The surprising truth about what causes acid reflux and why it’s often a sign of a bigger problem – Page 3
• The 7 major risk factors that contribute to acid reflux, and how to eliminate them – Page 11
• The shocking dangers of acid-blocking drugs, and why they don’t really fix anything – Page 33
• How to set the conditions for weight loss, healthy immunity and optimal wellness for life – Page 41
• How to identify “trigger foods” and hidden food sensitivities – Page 57
• How to end acid reflux permanently and safely so you can be heartburn free for life – Page 67

The Drug-Free Acid Reflux Solution distills all of my clinical experience working with patients into a simple, effective action plan with all the tools you need to heal your acid reflux and take control of your health. You will get:
• My 4-step approach to healing acid reflux naturally in as little as one week – Page 43
• A thorough explanation of the science behind the supplements that have helped thousands of patients heal their acid reflux – Pages 42-55
• A detailed week-by-week guide to how and when to take supplements and herbs over the course of the program – Pages 67-71
• Guidelines on what to eat to support your healing using my Reflux Recovery Diet –Pages 57-62
• Lists of what foods to buy at the grocery store and what foods to avoid – Pages 61-62
• Specific instructions for weaning yourself off acid-blocking drugs with no rebound symptoms – Page 72

Thank you for taking the time to read this and please share this important information with anyone you think might benefit.

You can visit my online store to purchase the book. Please contact my office at for exclusive access to the products recommended in the book.

As an added incentive, I will be personally signing the first 200 copies sold. Order today to guarantee you get your signed copy!

Wishing you the best of health,
Dr. Passero



  1. Hi, I have been taking Zantac 1 or 2 times a day for about 10 years and chewing Tums several times a day. I am 5 days into your diet plan and am surprised that I have gotten by without the Zantac or Tums. I went cold turkey on day 1. However, I still get a few short episodes a day when I get some reflux episodes. They pass in a few minutes to an hour. In your plan you indicate that those on proton pump inhibitors should wean themselves after 2 weeks. Since I was on Zantac, I didn’t think I should wean myself gradually. I have 2 questions.

    1 should I be coming off the Zantac gradually and if so, at what rate?

    2. Is their something I can use when I have a brief period od reflux, or tough it out.

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