Hello Jim and Welcome to the GERD and Heartburn forum. I am happy you found us and I hope we will be able to meet your needs.
Here are a few starter tips for you:
Avoiding factors that make acid reflux worse may help to reduce the symptoms of GERD but is not an alternative to treatment.
You may find it useful to keep a diary of your symptoms and the food you eat, so that you can see which foods affect you.
Avoid eating too close to bedtime. Try to leave at least 2-3 hours after a meal, before you go to bed.
Avoid lying down after meals.
Eat small regular meals.
Do not wear tight clothing that may increase the pressure on you stomach.
Raising the head of your bed by 4-6 inches may help reduce night-time acid reflux.
Safe Foods for the Acid Reflux Diet
Ground beef, extra-lean
Steak, London Broil
Chicken breast, skinless
Fish, no added fat
Cheese, feta or goat
Cream cheese, fat-free
Sour cream, fat-free
Soy cheese, low-fat
Bread, mult-grain or white
Cereal, bran or oatmeal
Rice, brown or white
Potato chips, baked
I am sure other members will have great shopping ideas for you. Each person is different so the diary is a good way to identify what triggers your reflux. I do not have info on what frozen dinners or prepared meals to offer you. Hopefully someone else will.