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Diet: The word diet often implies the use of specific intake of nutrition for health or weight-management reasons (with the two often being related).
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Diet can Control GERD to a Large Extent

A proper diet can do a lot of good for GERD (gastroesophageal reflux) symptoms. Most often, when symptoms appear, a proper diet can completely control them without use of medications or the need for surgery. The diet for GERD must include foods that are low in fat and high in proteins. Eating small portions more frequently and stopping eating before…
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A proper diet can do a lot of good for GERD (gastroesophageal reflux) symptoms. Most often, when symptoms appear, a proper diet can completely control them without use of medications or the need for surgery. The diet for GERD must include foods that are low in fat and high in proteins. Eating small portions more frequently and stopping eating before feeling full helps. Certain beverages must are best avoided if you have GERD, such as coffee, tea, alcohol and carbonated beverages. Foods that can trigger GERD are citrus fruits like lemons and oranges, tomatoes and products that contain tomatoes, peppermint or mint, spicy and fatty foods like chili and curry, garlic and onions. Smoking is a major contributor to GERD as it increases acid formation in the stomach and must be completely avoided.
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5 out of 5 |   Reviewed on

Diet can Control GERD to a Large Extent

A proper diet can do a lot of good for GERD (gastroesophageal reflux) symptoms. Most often, when symptoms appear, a proper diet can completely control them without use of medications or the need for surgery. The diet for GERD must include foods that are low in fat and high in proteins. Eating small portions more frequently and stopping eating before…
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A proper diet can do a lot of good for GERD (gastroesophageal reflux) symptoms. Most often, when symptoms appear, a proper diet can completely control them without use of medications or the need for surgery. The diet for GERD must include foods that are low in fat and high in proteins. Eating small portions more frequently and stopping eating before feeling full helps. Certain beverages must are best avoided if you have GERD, such as coffee, tea, alcohol and carbonated beverages. Foods that can trigger GERD are citrus fruits like lemons and oranges, tomatoes and products that contain tomatoes, peppermint or mint, spicy and fatty foods like chili and curry, garlic and onions. Smoking is a major contributor to GERD as it increases acid formation in the stomach and must be completely avoided.
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Problem solved solely by change of diet

I planned on taking medication, and even considered surgery if that was an option because I was in an immense amount of pain. But I decided to dedicate 2 weeks to changing my diet (very small amount of time) to see if it would do anything at all. To my surprise, I actually could see a difference and was already…
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I planned on taking medication, and even considered surgery if that was an option because I was in an immense amount of pain. But I decided to dedicate 2 weeks to changing my diet (very small amount of time) to see if it would do anything at all. To my surprise, I actually could see a difference and was already feeling better so I pushed for two additional weeks, and after about a month or so, I have a very small amount pain. Quite surprised by the impact it had.
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