Acid reflux: Avoid THESE foods to prevent heartburn and leaky stomach acid

Acid reflux: Avoid THESE foods to prevent heartburn and leaky stomach acid
 

Acid reflux is usually caused by the muscle, which keeps food inside the stomach, weakening.
Stomach acid can seep back up the oesophagus, causing an unpleasant, sour taste at the back of the mouth.
The condition can lead to oesophagitis - a sore, inflamed gullet - and bad breath.
Garlic, fizzy drinks and acidic foods can all trigger acid reflux, according to GP Dr Roger Henderson.
“The main foods to avoid are spicy food, onions and garlic and caffeinated drinks, including coffee,” said Henderson.
“It is richer food, and more of it washed down with alcohol.”
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6 November 2017 in Health, Views: 39
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