A diet designed to prevent or reduce acid reflux is usually easy to follow. The basic food groups of cereals, vegetables, fruits, dairy products, and meats can be eaten with only a few limitations. So, this diet generally meets the Recommended Dietary Allowances (RDA) of the National Research Council. A vitamin C supplement may be needed if an individual does not tolerate citrus foods such as orange, tomato, etc.
The lower esophageal muscle can be weakened by factors other than food. The following recommendations may be helpful in reducing symptoms:
This is just a very brief guideline for people just starting out with sx. Please remember I am not a physician and each person is different. What works for one may not work for another.
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Here is a tool that may help you. Remember each person is different and all this info is a guideline but you must know which foods are ok for you and which foods may trigger your GERD.
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