Everyday we get emails from grateful people all over the
world telling us about their success with Great Taste No
I LOVE reading each and every one...and what really jazzes
me is when I read about someone who has had some horrific
challenges but is now able to flush their medications away
Like Mirna... She was prescribed sleeping pills, anti-
depressants (which she never took) and 3 different stomach
medicines (which she did take), but she's now symptom- and
medication-free thanks to Great Taste No Pain:
On March 30, 2007 I became very sick. My hands became
numb and it was very difficult to breathe. I had pain in
my neck and throat, and tightness in my chest. The left
side of my stomach was very achy and swallowing was very
At the hospital, I got checked for diabetes, heart
problems, brain tumor, thyroid disease, and all the tests
were normal. Therefore, the doctors concluded I was having
an anxiety attack.
Over the next 2 months the symptoms got more intense, and
the doctors gave me sleeping pills and anti-depressants.
I moved out of Canada for 3 months and went to Belize,
where my sister is a doctor. She immediately did an
endoscopy and a stomach ultrasound, and found that I had
gastritis, H. Pylori Bacteria, and gallstones.
I was put on antibiotics plus Nexium and H2 blockers, and
after three weeks, I had my gallbladder removed. I had to
repeat the antibiotics, Nexium and H2 blockers for 2 more
In August 2007, I came back to Canada, and my doctor here
wanted me to take Prevacid, Motilium, and Ranitidine
indefinitely. I did it faithfully for 1 month, but my
belching, diarrhea, and tightness on my chest and throat
barely improved with the medicines. So, I decided to try
natural medicines and vitamins.
I also wanted to change my diet, but I needed the advice
of an expert on what kind of diet would be suitable for me
since I don't have a gallbladder anymore.
I saw your website and immediately downloaded your program
and I am glad I did because since I have been following it,
I am free of throat and chest pain, and have no more
embarrassing episodes of belching and diarrhea.
Thank you Sherry for helping me. God bless you.
Mirna's story is great...it's just too bad that she didn't
discover Great Taste No Pain long ago, because she likely
wouldn't have gotten so sick to begin with. But the good
news is she's now on the road to pill-free great health for
the rest of her life.
Learn from Mirna's experience. Don't wait until you have
to be rushed to the hospital to start taking care of your
body and eating in the best way to keep acid and
inflammation low. Start now...before it's too late.
To your health,
PS: Here is some info on the drugs Mirna was using:
Motilium is a drug that is not used in the United States,
but is regularly prescribed in Canada. It is generically
known as domperidone and is used to treat nausea and
vomiting caused by other drugs prescribed to combat
Parkinson's disease, by increasing the constrictions and
movements of the stomach and bowels.
Some patients may experience severe side effects, which
require immediate medical assistance. In the event that the
patient experiences side effects including light
headedness, irregular heart rate, disorientation,
dizziness, fainting, difficulty with speech, loss of
balance or coordination, or loss of muscle control, the
patient should be taken to the nearest emergency medical
Sounds terrific, huh? Sign me up.
And the other drug was Ranitidine HCL, which is also
prescribed as Zantac. It is commonly used to decrease acid
in the stomach which leads to indigestion, heartburn, and
gastro esophageal reflux disease. Ranitidine is a member of
the family of medications known as histamine 2 blockers. It
may take as long as eight weeks before the patient notices
a significant decrease in symptoms.
8 weeks? Sheeesh!
Use Great Taste NO Pain and you could be pain-free in as
little as an hour.
There is a risk of side effects associated with ranitidine
HCL, some of which are severe. A patient who is
experiencing a serious side effect or an allergic reaction
should seek immediate emergency medical attention. An
allergic reaction will present with side effects such as
facial swelling, including swelling of the lips, mouth,
tongue, or throat, hives, and difficulty breathing. Other
serious side effects which require emergency medical
attention include symptoms such as fast heart rate, slow
heart rate, chest pain or heaviness that includes the arm,
coughing up green or yellow mucous, shortness of breath,
unusual weakness, vision problems, unusual bleeding, easy
bruising, fever, sore throat, headache with severe or
blistering skin rash, stomach pain nausea, loss of
appetite, dark urine, clay colored stools, and jaundice.