Well that's happy news! I think what it comes down to is know your own triggers. Eliminating specific foods that are on a list of possible triggers is pretty arbitrary. We all know that one person's safe food is another's trigger!
OJ and coffee is pretty radical! Still, it's "outside the box" thinking, and definitely worth considering. If someone is not eating all those typical GERD trigger foods, why not try them one at a time and see what does and does not trigger reflux!
Thanks for sharing!
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