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Dietary Tips for Digestive Distress

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All this information helps me make informed choices Report
Very informative. A lot of the comments are informative also. Report
These are some good ideas! I'm glad I read the article. Report
I have been very lucky and have never had heartburn Report
great tips. many have worked for me. Report
Don't have reflux or indigestion or belly aches or bloating... but I can imagine anyone cutting out the stuff on that list would stop suffering those things because they would have NOTHING left to eat!!!! LOL Report
Losing some weight and cutting sugar and wheat carbs and all the reflux is gone ... Report
I was told by a Professor with a doctorate and works with hundreds of different families of chiles all day, that the capsaicin in capsicums actually fight the stuff that produce ulcers and help your digestive health. Your receptors might be firing, but it isn't physically doing damage. Report
Wouldn't it just be easier to say "don't eat"?? Report
Yikes, I eat all but 6 of the items on the list. Report
If you stop eating all the foods on the list, what is there left to eat? Report
Ditto what Woubbie said.
I have had GERD for more than 20 years.
I can eat all kinds of fatty or spicy foods without heartburn, but a few bites of bread will bring on the pain.
As my GI recommends, eat a "no white" diet Report
if you have a little heartburn eat 1/2 banana Report
No starch, no sugar, no GERD. Report
Drinking water can cause my Gerd at night. If it is really bad at night even though I took my morning meds a tablespoon of vinegar will help the burning in your throat. Took me awhile to try this as it seemed so strange but it did work. Report

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