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... I am 33 years old, not overweight, I don't smoke, rarely drink, and I don't eat a lot of junk. When I was able to eat, I generally ate low sugar oatmeal for breakfast, fruit and yogurt for lunch, and nuts, fruit, pretzels, or crackers for a snack. ... (2 replies)
... Belle, I eat red apples and they don't cause me any symptoms. I've notice that green apples do trigger my acid reflux. And for breakfast I eat oatmeal or raisin bran cereal with nonfat milk and my stomach feels good. I rarely eat bananas but I've heard that they are good for GERD. ... (24 replies)
Carb diet and Gerd
Apr 15, 2011
... I know there has been a lot in the past on here but haven't seen anything lately. I was having signs of acid reflux (pain in chest, pins and needles in stomach area). Now it is mainly in my throat, scratchy, sore, and bad taste. I was taking Nexium for a while, now I am on 80mg a day of Prilosec, 4omg morning and night. Although I was not eating the usual triggers -... (3 replies)

... Hi-- sounds exactly what i'm going through -- have you had all the test that involve a diagnosis of gerd? I find after I eat and I'm at the point all I can eat is oatmeal, that right after my heart races, chest throbs, etc. and definite stingy kind of pains in my breasts. All very scary, it can set you off to having an anxiety/panic attack --please get help if you feel that... (5 replies)
... I'm sorry for all that you're going through, as I just recently went through it myself. I was very ill, couldn't understand what was wrong - bad, bad stomach issues, naseau, sweating, cramping, etc. Went to see a Gastroenterologist and he scoped me, and I have a small hiatal hernia, GERD, and gastritis. Am on Nexium, and along with a very low-fat diet, I feel MUCH better.... (7 replies)
... It is best to try to eat foods with a ph of 5 or higher if you are having a lot of reflux and burning; otherwise, you can eat foods that are a ph of 4 or higher. Stick with the higher ph foods for at least 2-3 weeks to help reduce the burn. Foods to avoid include tomatoes, chocolate, soft drinks, alcohol, caffeine, citrus, spicy foods, garlic, most dairy and high fat foods... (3 replies)
... Known causes of my heartburn so far: Ice cold water from the water cooler at work Exercising and drinking water in close time proximities to eating Eating too much expanding foods like bread, pasta and oatmeal (9 replies)
... You really have to use trial and error to figure out what foods cause heartburn. Many people can eat bananas and apples, but those arei diosyncratic foods which can cause more heartburn. Foods high in fats or fried are some of the worst for heartburn. This causes the chest pain and burning esophagus. Peanut butter is high in fat as are nuts. I would eat some almonds but with a... (9 replies)
... This is my first post on this forum. I noticed around 6 years ago that I was getting heartburn on a daily basis, I didn't really know what it was at that time and soldiered for another few months before seeking medical attention. The culprit at this time was regular ground black pepper so I cut this out. For a while I hadn't had any problems until I came to Australia... (9 replies)
... Hi there! I know it is such a pain to have to be on a bland diet! It seems like everything is off limits. The following is what has worked for me: 1-Bananas (non-acidic fruit) 2-Graham crackers 3-Peanut butter sandwich (depends on how well PB can sit with your stomach. It is fatty, so can create acid, but has worked well for me). 4-Oatmeal (1 replies)
... at the end of the day of spending a day on the computer. I drink a lot of diet pepsi, have a bowl of oatmeal in the morning and eat carrots as a snack all day. I do not notice pain going down my arm at all. ... (2 replies)
GERD question
Oct 26, 2013
... I was diagnosed on September 11, 2013. I had an episode of it today because I stopped taking the medicine. I went in and they prescribed me PROMETHAZINE 25MG TABLET for my nausea. I took it and woke up. I felt fine then started moving around and it came back a little with a tightness feeling in the throat area. It is very slight but is something I have had in the past. I... (0 replies)
... In my opinion, there is no cure for acid reflux and probably no medication and/or remedies that work as well as PPI's for many people. These are the natural remedies I have tried that seem to help, but I have not conducted a controlled study to know for sure: 1) A diet that minimizes triggers and stays low on carbs. Therefore, I seem to eat lean meats, veggies, salads... (7 replies)
... Miserablewiththis: I agree with Stressedtomax. You need to eat. Try eating veggies, like a baked potato, or carrots with broccoli, whatever you like :). Your stomach is sensible right now since you haven't eaten for days. Later you will be able to eat more. You should also try drinking natural juices (fruit or vegetables). For breakfast you can eat some oatmeal, it won't upset... (50 replies)
... Hi, Yes, I've tried the ACV for my gastritis to no avail I'm afraid. It does work for some, for some it does not. It's a trial and error for everyone I guess. For a while, I could only eat oatmeal and dry whole wheat toast - now, it activates the gastritis. It helped keep me regular. I was also taking stool softeners each day until my GI told me I had a red area in the... (9 replies)
... I like to eat the granola mix at Whole Foods, rice cakes, fresh fruit, cereal, oatmeal, chickpeas with olive oil and ,on the rare occasion, Smoked Salmon with capers on whole grain crackers. (14 replies)
... Idont eat any meats save fish, so I generally eat healthy. Ill keep in mind the white bread/rice...I eat that sometimes, but prefer the multigrain more. Good, I am happy I found this and can give it a shot. It gives me some hope. I think I do well generally though. I a day I generally eat the same stuff, the following. bananas blueberries/raspberries multigrain... (5 replies)
... I am sure that may help some. Though there have been times where I could hardly eat anything aside from bananas and oatmeal-no milk, dairy in general, fruit etc. I think it varies from person to person Do you get nasua from this and the feeling you need to have a BM when its just gas? (4 replies)
... It is funny you say that, I have gastritis, and dudenitis, and last time I had porridge for breakfast, I felt very sick, now did you have yours with milk? Perhaps milk is what the reason for it?milk is not supposed to be good if you have GERD. (10 replies)
Diet for GERD
Mar 12, 2006
... Everything in your list except raw veggies looks fine. Raw veggies can be hard to digest and may cause you problems. Try to avoid broccoli, cauliflower, cucumbers. (32 replies)


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