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Avoid foods that trigger acid reflux. Limit foods with high acidity like citrus (oranges, lemons, limes) and tomato (pizza sauce). Don't eat spicy foods (salsa, tacos, and burritos) and foods high in fat. Don't drink caffeine (soda, coffee, tea, chocolate) and alcohol. Write down the foods you eat and your body's reaction in a food journal to indentify and track trigger foods. Eating small meals is better for your sensitive stomach. 

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Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Soda is often on the “do not drink” list for treating gastroesophageal reflux disease or GERD. When you combine the high acid content of soda with the carbonation or bubbles in the soda, it is likely there will be backwashing, burping or belching. You may…

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