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Re: Hiatal Hernia and gall/intestinal pain
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Re: Hiatal Hernia and gall/intestinal pain

Hulda Clark found that people who succesfully used her programs eliminated their hiatal hernias problems without surgery.

On page 133 of The Cure For All Diseases "
Hiatal Hernia
When bacteria have spread to the diaphram and weakened it, along with the upper stomach valve, food is allowed to get pushed up right through the diaphram. Pressure in the abdom from overeating or sitting in an easy chair pushes it up. Walk after eating. Empty the stomach before going to bed. Don't sit in recliners. Very many of us, about 25%, have a small hiatal hernia. It only hurts if it is inflamed. Work at clearing up the inflammation first, to get pain relief. In time the area will strengthen and the hernia itself may get smaller.

She described two patients with hiatal hernia, a child and a teen. One had a Salmonella and the other a liver fluke in his stomach.

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