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Spaghetti sauce (tomato) triggers for me and i find I like pasta with some burnt butter and garlic tossed with ricotta. If I am somewhere and they only have the tomato sauce, i only put a teaspoon of sauce. I had roast pork yesterday and felt nauseous and sweaty. Too rich for me.

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Bacons set me off. Worse than sausage. Usually anything that is moderately to extreme salty food set me off. So I watch my sodium and my stomach acid is okay for now. Spaghetti sauce is 50/50 chance of giving me a bad heartburn. It all depends on how much I ate of it.

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Thanks for the tips.
I have to use salt substitute and sometimes it seems it's a little hard on my stomach.
I had this condition under control. Not sure what has triggered this flare up.

My gastroenterologist (spelling?) once told me it was seasonal and they don't know why.
But they see flare ups in the spring and fall.
I wonder if anyone else has ever heard of this?

Edited by: MOVING2LOSE at: 9/11/2014 (04:45)
If you change nothing, nothing will change.

Do not let what you cannot do,interfere with what you can do.

Think about why you started.

A SETBACK is when you slip up,get busy, or become distracted from your goals.
A FAILURE is when you decide your health isn't worth the effort.

Don't give up..Don't give up..Do NOT give up!


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I understand your frustration. Having this kind of diet can feel very restricting. I've done a little research and found what foods I CAN eat that have NO acid. Fruit with no acid: bananas, coconuts, mangoes, and avocados. I haven't tried the coconuts, but I eat lot of avocados and bananas with no problem Low acid fruits I eat are: apples and pears. Vegetables that I eat are asparagus, broccoli, carrots, cauliflower, and celery. (Eat the vegetables cooked while you're having a flare up). In moderation I eat potatoes (just boiled potatoes plain without skin). Some other foods that you can eat are cabbage and beans (pinto, white, navy, red, and lima). I only eat very lean meats: chicken breast -skinless, turkey patties 93% fat free, pork tender loin, hamburger 90% fat free, steak or roast (very lean- eye round, top round, top sirloin). You may be able to eat fish, but I don't like seafood. Skim milk is ok. Basically a low fat diet.

The key is in how it is cooked. No spices (except salt), no butter, no oil.

I have given up eating out. I do not eat processed foods, that includes not eating smoked, processed, or pickled meat (lunch meat or sausage). Nothing out of a box or can. I do not use spices of any kind, except for salt. I only drink water and on occasion skim milk.

Eat small meals. Eat slowly. Chew, chew, chew your food. Don't eat after 8PM.

These are a few tips I have for anyone suffering from acid reflux. I also have GERD and suffer from reflux laryngitis and esophagitis from complication from GERD. Hope this helps.


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Thank you for that information. I knew the bell peppers were not hot peppers and I assumed they would be okay. I forgot about the acidic factor. Recently did some research on that.
Hmm..the list of foods I'm seeing on that list does not leave much room for variety.
So, it may have caught up with me I don't know.
For the last six days it's as if I wasn't taken my meds at all.
It's frustrating because a lot of the foods are really good for me too. Even coffee is now considered to have health benefits.

Thanks everyone! Will continue to read here.

If you change nothing, nothing will change.

Do not let what you cannot do,interfere with what you can do.

Think about why you started.

A SETBACK is when you slip up,get busy, or become distracted from your goals.
A FAILURE is when you decide your health isn't worth the effort.

Don't give up..Don't give up..Do NOT give up!


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Bell Peppers are on the list of foods to avoid with reflux. Sorry.

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I notice some are having a problem with water. Interesting, some times it makes me nauseous.

Stress is a factor with me also.

If you change nothing, nothing will change.

Do not let what you cannot do,interfere with what you can do.

Think about why you started.

A SETBACK is when you slip up,get busy, or become distracted from your goals.
A FAILURE is when you decide your health isn't worth the effort.

Don't give up..Don't give up..Do NOT give up!


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As I said in my introduction, I can go for months and not be bothered by most foods.

I've been on a fresh vegetable diet over the last few months (since last oct) sweet bell peppers, grape tomatoes, cauliflower, carrots and cucumbers everyday. No problem whatsoever. Then about 6 days ago I had ulcer like symptoms. Burning in stomach and some acid reflux.

Do you all think it's possible the tomatoes just now caught up with me?
I take two generic prevacid daily.
What about the bell peppers? It's my understanding bell peppers are okay.

Thanks for letting me share.

If you change nothing, nothing will change.

Do not let what you cannot do,interfere with what you can do.

Think about why you started.

A SETBACK is when you slip up,get busy, or become distracted from your goals.
A FAILURE is when you decide your health isn't worth the effort.

Don't give up..Don't give up..Do NOT give up!


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Things that trigger my acid reflux pain are; spicy foods, tomatoes, fruit flavored yogurt, greasy/fried foods, sometimes bananas, butter or margarine, and juices that have acid.

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I made my own chili and no symptoms. Needed this for a cold night. Brrr...

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Stress. Eating too fast. Letting my stomach stay empty for long periods of time. Not being vertical when I do eat. Anything spicy (even Taco Hell is too spicy for me!). Lying down (I sleep in a recliner).

And then there's the who-knows-what-caused-it-this-time-s.
Mostly I don't feel my reflux. It's there, but I don't know it. Makes it hard to protect against.

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I just found something else that gives me reflux. I had some leftover roasted vegetables
and now have reflux. I will eliminate for a few weeks and check again to see if it still does
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I have started cutting out coffee and might have one every three days and notice the difference.
My oat sourdough bread has helped me a lot. When I get burning, I toast some of this sourdough and it helps settle my stomach. I also keep Gaviscon handy for when it gets really bad.

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Empty stomach. I tend to wait too long to eat in the morning and then it is a never ending battle to get ahead of the acid for the rest of the day

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I wish I knew. There is no rhyme nor reason to it. One day I can eat berries, cantlope, oranges etc. Salsa, spicy foods and no problem then another day WHAM I am in bad shape. Like today!! It's been sneaking up on me for the past week and today is BAD! So I am nibbling on crackers and keeping the Gaviscon close by. Had to relent and start taking meds. But I know better days are ahead, I look forward to them.

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Stress and now oranges seem to be the big factor. I have also tried
lactose free milk and it is so much better for me than regular milk.

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Stress, chocolate, anything with tomatoes, anything spicy, and eating too much at once. I'm italian so the tomato one kills me!

It is what it is, or is it?

Tough times don't last, TOUGH PEOPLE DO.

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Dairy seems to set me off. No GERD while strictly Paleo eating. Tried a cup of whole milk and had the worst GERD and nausea. Not fun at all. Seemed to give me symptoms for a couple of days. Been 4 days since the milk and finally feeling better.

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it appears coffee is my worst enemy

but too much water can be a problem too
as well citrus
overloading my stomach
carbonated drinks
laying flat
pastry is a BIG problem too emoticon

I am beginning to suspect my favourite food is trouble too emoticon so will avoid them for a while now
and of course chocolate is a very definite NO-NO

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Lately coffee seems to give me reflux. I also get a pain in the ear and my GP says that
is from the reflux. I take a bite of some fresh ginger when it gets really bad.

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Hi, I'm new to Sparkpeople. I take Prilosec for it but a few things trigger it beyond the meds. Water is a trigger for me. I'm so glad to hear it is for others. I can no longer eat spicy foods, orange juice, anything acid.


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citrus
coffee
too much water
overloading my stomach
carbonated drinks
laying flat



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cruciforms
most nightshades
roughage
my meds
citrus
excessively hot/cold foods or beverages
spicy foods
being in the "wrong" position while eating
stress
fast eating
too large of pieces
carbonation
sleeping in anything approaching a horizontal plane ("bed" is a recliner)

I agree that gluten - ANY grains, not just wheat - is a killer for this
sugar, also
Neither one belong on a healthy plan for GERD or gastroparesis.

If I get myself into some digestive episode, my only relief is to "band-aid" it with sucralfate (Carafate™) until it passes.
I've had all the OTC meds, then all the Rx meds of the same families... and those all worked for a brief period of time and then quit. I was switched to AciPhex™ and bethanechol, which helped a lot and for much longer.
The symptoms have progressed lately, so the dosages have been doubled and I'm being sent to a higher level specialist to see what more can be done.
I *do NOT* want to hear the "surgery" word.
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I now have found that chamomile tea gives me a burning
in my stomach.

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Sugar triggers my acid reflux even substitute but not as severe. It causes me to cough but when I drink cold water it helps greatly.....
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Would you believe water? along with fried food, tomatoes and coffee. With coffee it is the brand. Folgers seems to cause problems more then some others. I find that timing is also important, there are some foods I will only eat early in the day.

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Today it was a banana. Hadn't had one for a while,
so now I know to avoid them.

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coffee, and today the scone I had which means wheat
and white anything.

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Cafinated coffee, caffeine pop, chocolate, stress

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This week, I started trying to cut out dairy things. I am drinking Lactaid milk. I am noticing a big difference already. Hooray!

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Definitely: tomatoes, onions, garlic, STRESS

After trying very hard to find ways to fit tomatoes, onions and garlic into my diet with out success, I have given up. In soups and recipes calling for onions, I will add dried chives with success.

Stress. Any kind of stress. Momentary stress, such as DH swearing while putting the blinds up. Long term stress also has an enduring effect, such as DS moving out of state and dealing with a substance abuse problem. For the stress I have started taking 5-HTP, which is a pre-cursor to melatonin. I take 200 mg after dinner. It seems to help me relax and sleep more in the night. I have fewer nigh-time acid reflux episodes.

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Tomato sauce triggers it more than anything else! it sucks since I'm Italian and have grown up on lasagna, ravioli, manicotti, etc. Also greasy fatty foods, BBQ sauce, obviously ketchup, and sometimes spicy foods, it just depends on the day with those. Greek yogurt helps decrease it which is wonderful and so does sting cheese. I'll cry if cheese starts giving me problems with my GERD like JOANNEEMERALD. My heart goes out to you!

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Recently, Cheese and even cheese crackers!

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Had two coffees at different friend's places today both made with
those capsules and I have pain. I think I will stop coffee for a bit
and hope I feel better soon. Have a great February.

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Fried foods, high fat beef, tomatoes, citrus. Also, any time I eat a lot of food at one time.

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I had raw onions tonight and now I am suffering. Have to
remember this is a trigger. Ugh...

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Stress, spicy food, drinking too much soda,etc.

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Coffee seems to flair my gerds, up, foods cooked in oils, restraunt foods, some peanuts. I have to eat very small portions, I read 1 tablespoon honey w/ cinnamon will help.

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Raw onions, peppers, pepperoni, mints, chocolate, and all of my favorite foods! Whaaaa! emoticon

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Unbearable pain is why I started acupuncture.
I still get some gas if I eat something I
shouldn't, but all in all, it makes a huge difference.


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Unbearable pain is why I started acupuncture.
I still get some gas if I eat something I
shouldn't, but all in all, it makes a huge difference.


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I love spicy food. I may just have to go to try acupuncture.
the burning and earache I get from the re-flux gets unbearable at times.

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I have had GERD for about 7 years, and I too find that everything is a trigger, or so it seems. One very simple thing I've found is that black papper (which I love) is a big trigger. Taking pepper out of my dishes helps a lot. Thing is,I don't just cook for myself and we're a family that loves spicy foods. So, slowly, I'm gathering recipes that are healthy and tasty, but without pepper or other spices that cause my acid reflux.

As I've said before, acupuncture has strengthened my digestive system and helped me a great deal. I would rather that than take a bunch of pills every time pain hits.

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I've suffered with GERD for about 20 years. Seems like everything is a trigger. I do see relief taking Prilosec OTC. I usually take it every 2-3 days and this helps. I still have to be care about eating and drinking before lying down and exercise.

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Yes, when my reflux is bad I notice that any constriction at all around my body adds to my discomfort.

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I am noticing that nearly everything I eat lately seems
to give me reflux. I have given up oats and wheat.
I do love chili and curries, but have to be careful now.

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Anything spicy, or acidic. Pizza is terrible for me, so is regular apple juice or orange juice. They really are hard as is Chili.

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Lately I am beginning to think that maybe my
wire support bra may be causing my burning
and acid reflux. Does anyone else notice this?

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