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Acid Reflux, Heartburn, and GERD Diet

Heartburn also known as acid reflux, is a common complaint, characterized most commonly by indigestion or chest pain or discomfort. If you suffer from symptoms frequently, you may have Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), a more serious form of acid reflux, and should be evaluated by a physician. Certain foods may cause or aggravate your symptoms, and should be avoided. Following the below guidelines will help reduce or eliminate discomfort.

Benefits:

Reduces symptoms and discomfort associated with acid reflux, heartburn and GERD.

Food Recommendations:

Although the development of acid reflux, heartburn and GERD cannot be prevented, its symptoms and effects can be revered or controlled with a special diet. As with any special diet, there are certain foods to avoid, and there are others that work with the body to maintain a healthy, balance digestive system.

Foods to Avoid:

Safe Foods:

Other Recommendations:

Documents

Acid Reflux Diet Acid Reflux Diet (77 KB)

Recipes

Chicken Stroganoff Chicken Stroganoff (13 KB)

Roasted Broccoli Roasted Broccoli (71 KB)