Chewing Gum After Meals is Not a Good Idea

A study that followed 12 people with gastroesophageal reflux disease, or GERD, and 24 healthy volunteers found that acid levels after a meal were reduced both by walking and by gum chewing. Several of our readers were concerned that this conflicted with advice I have given regarding chewing gum. I posted this story as an interesting demonstration of how the media can manipulate things for their benefit. The first blaring item that stands out is that the news story on MSN is sponsored by...

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