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Acid Reflux/IBS diet ideas????
An_244108 posted:
I have had great difficulty finding foods I can eat with acid reflux that will not affect the IBS and visa versa. I am on IBS meds and Antacid meds.
lauraland responded:
I am having a problem finding anything to eat w/gerd
Every time I eat I start having heart skipping beats real bad.

It is getting to the point I am afraid to eat. was at the er the 221st and they say my heart is ok, it is the gerd.
mac911 replied to lauraland's response:
just diagnosed with GERDs and Barrets Esophagus... also having a hard time finding something that I can eat... I think it takes about 3 months to get your reflux settled so that you can eat whatever is on the list..
mac911 replied to mac911's response:
am also having the chest pressure issue and thought it was my heart..
ElysseP responded:
Found a great site that can help answer your questions.

Bananas are considered as natural antacid that can help soothe the pain and relieve acid reflux.

Fruits and Vegetables:
  • Bananas, melons and apples
  • Peaches and pears
  • Broccoli, carrots and potato
  • Cabbage, celery and fennel
  • Beans and green peas
  • Multi-grain bread or white bread
  • Oatmeal and bran
  • Graham crackers, pretzels and corn bread
  • White or brown rice and rice cakes
  • Red licorice
  • Jelly beans
  • Baked cookies
Meat and Dairy:
  • Chicken breast, fish, steak and egg white
  • Fat free cream and cheese
These are safe if you are experiencing acid reflux . They can definitely help soothe it.

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