[WARNING] FDA Calls for IMMEDIATE Shut Down of Popular Drug
It’s my goal to make sure you know about every threat to your health.
And the BIGGEST threat, the WORST bully of them all, is Big Pharma.
They tried to pull another fast one over consumers… but this time they were CAUGHT.
The FDA finally woke up to Big Pharma’s nasty tricks and they’ve recalled one of their most POPULAR drugs.
It could give you CANCER… and it’s probably sitting in your medicine cabinet right now.
Not long ago I warned you about a drug called ranitidine, more commonly known as Zantac. It’s a popular over-the-counter treatment for acid reflux.
The FDA recalled the drug because it was contaminated with a chemical called N-Nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA). What’s so bad about it? This chemical can cause cancer. And in true wishy-washy FDA fashion, they DIDN’T originally recall the drug completely… just one single batch.
But now they’ve FINALLY come to their senses and called for ALL ranitidine to be pulled off the shelves…
The contamination was first found in Zantac, but out of an abundance of caution, the FDA recalled ALL generic versions as well.
So what made them suddenly come to their senses?
They discovered that NDMA gets STRONGER the longer the drugs are stored… especially if it’s stored in a hot place.
If it’s sitting in your medicine cabinet, it’s time to toss it in the trash. No matter how long you’ve had it, it’s not worth the risk. There’s no reason to keep pumping your body full of this dangerous chemical.
There are many natural—and SAFE—ways to manage your indigestion and acid reflux. For immediate relief, try ginger chews. They’re both convenient, effective, and SAFE.
And for long term symptom prevention, start keeping a food diary to find out what foods trigger your reflux episodes.
Many studies show that certain foods like caffeine, alcohol, and acidic foods like citrus and tomato are BIG problems for reflux sufferers. Limiting these foods will allow your body to slowly heal and help you avoid painful reflux symptoms.
Like many drugs, ranitidine should not be quit cold turkey due to side effects. Make sure you talk with your doctor to learn how to safely quit ranitidine if it’s part of your daily medical routine.