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Foods that Trigger Acid Reflux

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When you suffer from acid reflux, you need to make sure you are doing all you can to get on the mend. Acid reflux and heartburn happens when the muscle in your esophagus does not function properly

. It does not close after you eat, make the acid travel back up. For this reason, it makes sense that there are certain foods that will trigger symptoms.

There are foods and herbs that can actually help your acid reflux attacks. You can take ginger, peppermint, anise and even catnip to help aid your digestion.

Apple slices and even an ice cold glass of water may also help reduce your symptoms, but besides taking antacids, what else can you do to avoid acid reflux. How about avoid foods that trigger the symptoms? Here are some foods that you might want to avoid.

Citrus fruits: There are plenty of fruits that have a high acid content. Citrus fruits fall into this category. If you suffer from acid reflux, then you may want to eliminate certain citrus fruits. Avoid lemons, fresh lemonade, oranges, limes and fruit juices. Even strawberries and cantaloupe can trigger the attacks.

Spicy foods: You love that big plate of Mexican food, but chances are, if you suffer from acid reflux, it will only worsen your condition. Chinese food is another common culprit of these attacks. Spicy foods and foods that contain a lot of pepper are not things that you want to eat when you have acid reflux. If you simply cannot give up your spicy foods, then try to eat it in a smaller amount or try a milder version.

Fatty and fried foods: Fast foods have advantages. It is quick, easy and yummy, too. However, this can cause you to have an acid reflux attack faster than just about anything else. When you eat this kinds of foods, you are asking for trouble. Instead of grabbing fried chicken or those greasy French fries, try the baked varieties instead.

Chocolate: You love your chocolate, and who doesn’t? But did you know that eating chocolate when you are prone to heartburn and acid reflux can exacerbate this problem even further? It is true. When you already have problems with acid reflux, you will need to curb your chocolate craving more than ever.

Tomatoes: Tomatoes are in a lot of foods, but it can certainly trigger you acid reflux. Fresh tomatoes as well as other tomatoes based foods will cause you a lot of problems later on in the day. Think of the pizza sauce, spaghetti sauce and other tomato-y foods. Avoid these if you want to avoid acid reflux.

Onions and garlic: You have to have onions and garlic to make your foods tasty, but think twice. When you have acid reflux, this is a recipe for disaster. When you add these flavorful foods to your dishes, you will certainly have problems.

These are all common foods that can easily cause problems with acid reflux. Be nice to your digestive system and avoid these foods if at all possible.

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