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    vinh2012 is offline Assistant Cook
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    thank's you !

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    AllyB is offline Assistant Cook
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    My husband had really bad acid reflux. He was on Pepcid like he was eating M&Ms. He got rid the reflux by eliminating wheat from his diet. worked wonders for him and he also lost 40 pounds.

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    Me too, I use omeprozole. It's is very effective against the reflux. amiciziaeamore

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    Increase vegetable and fruits in your diet and reduce meet and oily foods.

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    Pro biotics are not a really natural way to lose weight, I woujld strongly recommend eating more natural and organic foods. These can be found at a decent price and they are certainly not going to be stolen by any thieves. Any type of diet plan is a good idea, but I stongly believe that taking drugs and pro-biotics to lose some weight is not how we are supposed to stay in shape.

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    Decrease the amount of fat in your diet and eat smaller, more frequent meals.
    Avoid foods that aggravate your reflux. Keep a food diary and track which foods caus heartburn symptoms. Some of the most common foods known to cause reflux are: chocolate (McKinley Health Center at the University of Illinois states that chocolate contains methylxanthine, which causes relaxation of smooth muscle and reduces lower esophageal sphincter pressure), coffee, peppermint, carbonated beverages, fried and greasy foods, spicy foods, alcohol, onions and tomato products.

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    AlenChris is offline Assistant Cook
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    Thanks a lot. I was have read lot a about anti reflux diet but it is always a good experience to read others opinion.

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    Citrus Food cause acid in stomach we need to avoid such fruits and vegetables.

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    Water is always a safe option when on a reflux diet, but if you get bored with it or just need a little bit of flavor, try fruit juices like apple or grape. Steer clear of citrus juices such as orange or grapefruit juice.

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    I've always found it best to avoid garlic and onions when I'm dealing with reflux.

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    Modifying one’s diet and lifestyle remains the foundation for treating the symptoms of
    reflux. Your goal is to prevent the problem by keeping stomach contents where they
    belong and staying away from foods that loosen the lower esophageal sphincter (LES).
    Here are some prevention tips for people troubled by heartburn:
    Eat smaller meals. A large meal remains in the stomach for several hours,
    increasing the chances for gastroesophageal reflux. Therefore, anyone who
    suffers from this problem should distribute his or her daily food intake over three,
    four, or five smaller meals.

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    Drinking lot of water, fruit juices except citrus content fruits. Milk, butter milk, cheese, creams. Avoid vegetables like tomato and onion. Eat green leafy spinach. Meat should be salty like bacon. All these can help you recover from anti reflux.

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    I like the formula of the stop flow back but . I want no more about it and if I want to eat healthy meals what kind of the safety measure i have to take that so that it will not impact my wellness.

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