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Eating breakfast is key for those dealing with acid reflux. So, if you are one of the many "breakfast skippers," keep reading. Because making this small change can significantly impact your acid reflux — and overall health.
Acid reflux doesn’t have to get in the way of summer fun. Follow these tips at your next barbecue to plan ahead and eat smart.
These tasty recipes, from appetizer to dessert, will make your mouth water — without that reflux burn.
Looking for meal ideas that won't leave you with reflux? We've got you covered for seven whole days with breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snack ideas.
Changing your diet can have a huge impact on acid reflux symptoms, which include heartburn, dry cough and vomiting. Here are some foods to consider adding to your diet to help.
If you’re living with acid reflux or GERD, the ketogenic diet may make your symptoms worse.
If you have acid reflux, you may want to avoid caffeine. But there are some caffeine-free tea choices that may actually help your symptoms.
If you live with acid reflux, friends have probably recommended that you cut certain foods — like coffee — from your diet, but does any evidence support this?
Instead of going out and fighting the crowds on Valentine’s Day, treat your partner to this four-course meal at home that is both romantic and reflux friendly.
Your pantry may be full of foods that inflame your acid reflux. These pantry makeover tips can help you replace them with reflux-friendly alternatives.