Does anyone else seem to be helped - or at least not harmed - by coffee?
I've been around the block and know that dietary triggers are highly individualistic. But coffee is one of the things that, when it is studied, increases reflux. So I wonder why it does not hurt, and actually seems to help, me. I think it is because it empties my stock faster, perhaps relieving pressure. Has anyone else experienced this?
None the less I just bought Teeccino, assuming that it is healthier for me long-term. One thing is symptoms and another is reflux, and perhaps the coffee is giving me reflux without symptoms. Anyone tried Teeccino before?
The doctors always say, if it doesn't cause symptoms, don't worry about it. The goal is identifying triggers and symptom control. Of course many of us have no identifiable triggers. My only one is perhaps alchohol, which I gave up years ago...