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    jesselaine12 posted:
    I was diagnosed with gerd about a month ago and I'm not quite sure what to eat. I have a really hard time because I'm also lactose intolerant. I do need to loose a bit of weight and I'm working on that but advice for a girl whose becoming scared to eat? I'm also having trouble with the eating multiple times a day thing.

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    calgal37 responded:
    Take a look at the dietary recommendations on www.gicare.com which will give you an idea of the foods to eliminate.


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