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Acid reflux diet

Foods to eat if you suffer from acid reflux

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    Julie Owen — 17.02.2018 10:13
    I have a Hiatus Hernia & am suffering a lot of pain. I am taking Omeprazole 2 a day to help. I'm now waiting to have an Endoscopy. I am reading anything I can find on this subject but one thing I'm finding frustration is no-where can I find what exactly I CAN drink. Water, is fine but I've been told to not have too much because it will wash the acid back up. I'm really thirsty & daren't drink anything other than sips of water, but it isn't enough? Can I drink the flavoured milk drinks? Please can you help? Many Thanks...Julie

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      Ali — 19.02.2018 15:12
      Hi Julie, You can drink heaps of water, it's ok! It's just a matter of timing. Drink your water up to half an hour before meals, then stop, and wait 1-2 hours after the meal before starting to drink again. If you drink mainly water (warm is fine if it's easier that way - this is soothing for your digestion) then you'll get your hydration back up. Best Wishes, Ali

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    Diana Byrne — 13.02.2018 11:02
    Is it possible to have a meeting with you to discuss my diet. I had two ulcers which burst and wish to avoid a recurrence,

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      Ali — 16.02.2018 12:15
      Hi Diana, My clinic is in Ayrshire in Scotland. Are you local to here? If not then you can find a practitioner like me nearer you at www.bant.org.uk. Best Wishes, Ali

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    Mrs M S Ralph — 22.01.2018 08:26
    I have suffered from acid reflux for several years, I’m not too bad in the day, but night times are a real dread. I get pain in my upper stomach and acid in my mouth. Dr medication is no real help. Your food advice looks hopeful, so I will try it. I am a 73 year old female.

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      Ali — 25.01.2018 07:57
      It is also helpful to really focus on chewing every mouthful thoroughly, relaxing whilst eating and ensuring that you are sitting up well, with your shoulders back. Don't drink within half an hour either side of food. These practical steps can be amazingly effective. Best Wishes, Ali

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