Gastroesophageal reflux, referred to as GERD, is a digestive issue caused when stomach acids get into the esophagus. This can happen after eating upsetting foods, and is often the result of a weakened muscle at the base of the esophagus, the lower esophageal sphincter, the body uses to prevent digestive juices and food from flowing into the esophagus.
The purpose of the GERD diet is to relieve many of the symptoms of GERD including heartburn, coughing, difficulty swallowing, chest pain, excessive clearing of the throat, the feeling that food is stuck in your throat and a sour taste or burning sensation in the mouth. Avoiding digestive stress can often alleviate some of the more uncomfortable or painful aspects of GERD.
Severe Heartburn And Diarrhea Heartburn Home Remedies (🔥 11 Foods That Cause) | Severe Heartburn And Diarrhea Home Remedieshow to Severe Heartburn And Diarrhea for Reactions to foods vary greatly between individuals. 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.
If you believe you may be suffering from symptoms of GERD, you need to discuss dietary and medication changes with your physician. Your healthcare provider is the best source of information for questions and concerns related to your health. To find a physician near you, please see our locations page.
It is important to monitor nutrition when taking acid-blocking medication (PPI’s) as over time these medications can lead to nutritional deficiencies. A Registered Dietitian can help assess your diet for nutritional adequacy and recommend a proper nutrition plan when taking these medications. A dietitian can also help address the underlying causes of too much or too little stomach acid and provide nutrition therapy that will help alleviate symptoms. To schedule an appointment with our Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, call 602.422.9800 or request an appointment online.
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