Hundreds of thousands of people worldwide have experienced
"tummy benefits" by eating mainly alkaline, correctly
We've received letters from our clients about the relief
they've gotten from IBS, Crohn's, diverticulitis, acid
reflux, hiatal hernia and colitis, just to name a few.
But it doesn't stop there.
You see, the digestive tract is our "first line of
defense" when we eat an acid-creating diet, so that's where
people most often feel the effects.
But the toxins created by eating acidic, poorly combined
foods get absorbed through your small intestine into the
bloodstream--and they're transported all over your body.
They get into your organs, bones, joints, muscles and
connective tissues--literally everywhere your blood vessels
go--and wreak their havoc. That includes your skin.
We received the letter below from a Great Taste No Pain
client who has gotten relief from eczema that's she's had
Since I was a child I have suffered every winter with
eczema. My fingers and sometimes toes would crack and
Steroids would help for a few days, but shortly thereafter
I would have to stop using them because they would become
Eventually, I noticed my hands would worsen depending on
what I was eating. Thus began my search for the "bad foods."
After discovering milk products were a large part of the
problem I brokenheartedly gave up my dairy. It helped, but
it still wasn't the entire solution.
That's when I found GTNP.
Since I have been on the program I can proudly wear rings
and do my nails. I'm not wearing gloves to bed any more
and best of all--no more drugs.
Thanks for everything,
SB: Cathy, I'm not surprised that you saw some relief
after giving up milk, because milk is one of the most acid-
creating foods. And as you said, it was only part of the
answer. I'm so happy that you found "the rest of the
story" with Great Taste No Pain. Enjoy those rings and
If you've got skin condition and are sick of the
ineffective creams, lotions and steroids (that have their
long list of side effects), it's time to care of the
Reduce the acidity in your body and, like every other part
of you, your skin will say thank you.