Removing some foods from the diet may improved GERD and what the on person can tolerate may not be the same as what other can tolerate. Try eliminating all of the following foods to see if symptoms improve. Then try adding them back in one by one to see if some or all are contributing to GERD. Fatty or fried foods — oil, butter, mayonnaise, cream sauces, high fat meals, whole milk dairy products, salad dressing, cream soups Mint flavorings, peppermint, spearmint, peppermint oil, spearmint oil Spicy foods such as chili and curry Chocolate Citrus fruits and juices grapefruit, orange, lemon, lime Caffeinated beverages such as tea, coffee, soda Desserts Raw onion and garlic Tomato-based foods such as spaghetti sauce, pizza, chili If you believe you may be suffering from symptoms of GERD, you need to discuss dietary and medication changes with your physician.

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More than just a minor nuisance, this uncomfortable burning sensation can sometimes creep up into your throat — leaving an unpleasantly bitter taste.

While over-the-counter and prescription medicines are available, lifestyle changes can sometimes help those with only occasional acid reflux. The Mayo Clinic advises losing excess weight, eating smaller meals, and avoiding alcohol and nicotine. But dietary tweaks also can be key when trying to alleviate symptoms. Here are five foods to try. This low-acid fruit can help those with acid reflux by coating an irritated esophageal lining and thereby helping to combat discomfort.

Due to their high-fiber content, bananas also can help strengthen your digestive system — which can help ward off indigestion. One soluble fiber found in bananas is pectin, which helps move stomach contents through your digestive tract. Like bananas, melons also are a highly alkaline fruit. They are a good source of magnesium, which is found in many medicines for acid reflux. Furthermore, melons have a pH of 6.

Especially good are cantaloupe and honeydew melon. Like other high-fiber foods, oatmeal may help stave off acid reflux symptoms. Enjoy your oatmeal with low-fat or almond milk , as both are low in fat and highly alkaline.

Fiber not only promotes intestinal health, but it also reduces constipation and makes you feel full a long while after eating it. Like bananas, yogurt has a soothing effect that helps keep stomach discomfort at bay. It also contains probiotics, a type of good bacteria found in the digestive tract that gives a boost to your immune system.

Being a good protein source means yogurt also improves your ability to properly digest food. Make yogurt even more impactful by adding in a bit of ginger, which can act as an anti-inflammatory in your system. Green Vegetables. Being naturally low in fat and sugar, vegetables also help lessen stomach acid. Some foods may help alleviate symptoms in one person but aggravate them in another. In the end, make sure to speak with your doctor if you have questions about what kinds of foods should be part of your diet.

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