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ACID ZAP Reduces Acid In Foods

Introducing Acid Zap™, a New Acid Reducing Product

If you struggle with acid sensitivity and haven’t had a good response with the popular supplement Prelief, a new product on the market may be worth trying. Acid Zap™ is a simple solution of sodium bicarbonate and water that can be added, by the drop, to those acidic foods which normally irritate the bladder, stomach, gut and prostate.

Acid Zap™ is easy to use and the result are instant! It can be used in just about any food you find gives you (or others!) discomfort from consuming. Be sure to add the liquid to your foods and drinks prior to consumption. Acid Zap is practically odorless and tasteless, so there’s nothing to lose and only relief to gain.

Acid Zap can reduce the acid levels in:

  • Coffee & Tea
  • Fruit & Vegetable Juices
  • Spaghetti Sauce
  • Chili & Tomato Soup
  • Salsas & dips
  • Pizza & pasta
  • Carbonated beverages
  • Red & white wine
  • Bloody Marys & Margaritas

Ingredients: Water, sodium bicarbonate, vegetable glycerin, xantham gum.

All-Natural Gluten-Free Sugar-Free Patented & Proven Acid ZapTM

What Acid Zap™ Customers Have To Say

I suffer from interstitial cystitis. A bladder condition that is greatly affected by acid foods. I have tried Acid Zap™ and have found it to be very helpful! I am enjoying acidic foods again! – Lisa B, Hamden CT

On occasion I have suffered from esophageal reflux after eating tomato soup, or other highly acidic foods. I recently discovered that just a few drops of Acid Zap™ effectively lowered the discomfort of eating my favorite foods. I can now eat anything I like without worrying about the consequences. – Laura C., Mayfield Heights, Ohio

I put a few drops of Acid Zap™ in my pasta sauce and I could not believe the results. Usually I need PrevacidTM when I eat pasta with tomato sauce. I’m sold!!! – Michael M., Strongsville, OH

How To Purchase It

Acid Zap™ is now available in the ICN Shop for just $12.99!  Click here for more info!

 

By |2017-01-31T08:38:47+00:00April 7th, 2016|Diet & Food, Interstitial Cystitis Network Blog|Comments Off on ACID ZAP Reduces Acid In Foods

About the Author:

My Google Profile+ Jill Heidi Osborne is the president and founder of the Interstitial Cystitis Network, a health education company dedicated to interstitial cystitis, bladder pain syndrome and other pelvic pain disorders. As the editor and lead author of the ICN and the IC Optimist magazine, Jill is proud of the academic recognition that her website has achieved. The University of London rated the ICN as the top IC website for accuracy, credibility, readability and quality. (Int Urogynecol J - April 2013). Harvard Medical School rated both Medscape and the ICN as the top two websites dedicated to IC. (Urology - Sept 11). Jill currently serves on the Congressionally Directed Medical Research Panel (US Army) where she collaborates with researchers to evaluate new IC research studies for possible funding. Jill has conducted and/or collaborates on a variety of IC research studies on new therapeutics, pain care, sexuality, the use of medical marijuana, menopause and the cost of treatments, shining a light on issues that influence patient quality of life. An IC support group leader and national spokesperson for the past 20 years, she has represented the IC community on radio, TV shows, at medical conferences. She has written hundreds of articles on IC and its related conditions. With a Bachelors Degree in Pharmacology and a Masters in Psychology, Jill was named Presidential Management Intern (aka Fellowship) while in graduate school. (She was unable to earn her PhD due to the onset of her IC.) She spends the majority of her time providing WELLNESS COACHING for patients in need and developing new, internet based educational and support tools for IC patients, including the “Living with IC” video series currently on YouTube and the ICN Food List smartphone app! Jill was diagnosed with IC at the age of 32 but first showed symptoms at the age of 12.