is a fact that millions of people are suffering from acid reflux these days and those who are experiencing them
can’t avoid heartburn from occurring. Doctors have advised their patients to avoid certain foods like chocolate,
tomato based products, mint and spicy foods to be avoided however there are also food that you can eat and will
not trigger this heartburn.
In this video, Dr. Frank
McGeorge is back to talk about the different types of food that you can eat in order to avoid heartburn or
acid reflux symptoms from occurring. He will explain to you how different types of
food can affect your diet as well as your condition. By taking notes on what kind of foods to eat and to avoid,
you will be able to have an acid reflux free body while enjoying the food that you eat.
The way you cook your food
can also contribute to your reflux. Here, Dr. McGeorge will teach you the different cooking techniques you can
use in order to prepare your food and keep in heartburn friendly. He will also teach you the different
alternatives you can use for cooking like using extra virgin olive oil or apple cider vinegar when preparing
your dish. This way lesser fats are included in your food which can help in minimizing acid reflux attacks.
Spices which are dried are also effective to use rather than using raw spices when cooking. This video will also
teach you the importance of these spices and how you can use them to avoid heartburn.
If you like to eat bread and
other types of pastries, then it is best that you make your own. This way you can monitor the amount of fat used
in these breads as well as the other ingredients used. By doing so, you are able to see what kind of bread you
are eating. In case you don’t like to bake then eating whole wheat bread is also a good idea. But if you like to
bake, you can search for simple recipes in making whole wheat bread. This way you can enjoy healthy foods that
will not trigger your heartburn. Here is the video.
*Disclaimer: The information found on this
website should not be used as a replacement for
professional medical care for the diagnosis, prevention, or
treatment of reflux. Please consult with your general
practioner or pharmacist before attempting to use any
medication (prescription or OTC) or following any of the
treatment methods mentioned. This information is
provided solely to help you become as informed as possible
about the acid reflux condition and its