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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.


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:


Acid Reflux Diet Acid Reflux Diet (77 KB)


Chicken Stroganoff Chicken Stroganoff (13 KB)

Roasted Broccoli Roasted Broccoli (71 KB)