Tag: acid reflux

Best Low Acid Coffee K cups

Best Low Acid Coffee K cups

Is there anything better than waking up and having a rich, fragrant cup of coffee? For many of us, it’s one of life’s small joys that can make an early morning just a bit easier. Unfortunately, for some people that delicious brew can cause acid 

5 Easy Healthy Acid Reflux-Friendly Weeknight Dinner Ideas

5 Easy Healthy Acid Reflux-Friendly Weeknight Dinner Ideas

These quick and easy acid reflux-friendly dinner ideas will help you plan ahead for weeknight meals that are both nutritious and don’t trigger GERD symptoms.   Before I was aware that I had GERD, I was utterly clueless as to why I was dealing with 

5 Foods That Can Trigger Acid Reflux

5 Foods That Can Trigger Acid Reflux

Oh boy, this is a big one. If you have serious reflux issues then there’s a good chance you’ve spent a lot of time analyzing your diet and habits to see what’s helping and what’s hurting. We get to hear from a lot of people on 

Caffeine-Free Dandelion Tea Latte

Caffeine-Free Dandelion Tea Latte

I love this immune-boosting caffeine-free dandelion tea latte on a cold winter’s morning. With just a few ingredients this healthy acid reflux-friendly vegan drink is easy to make.   Happy New Year Friends!   We are back home after a sweet holiday with family in 

Baked Potato for Acid Reflux

Baked Potato for Acid Reflux

Baked potatoes are an excellent light lunch or side dish for those that struggle with acid reflux. They are naturally low in fat which can trigger symptoms and high in starch which can reduce symptoms. But what is the best way to prepare them?   

Why do I have acid reflux?

Why do I have acid reflux?

Why do I have reflux?   That’s the million dollar question, isn’t it? If you’re like me then you’ve probably laid awake at night burping up acid and asking yourself “Why me? What did I do wrong?”.   First off, know that you’re not alone. 

7 Tips for Eating During the Holidays With GERD

7 Tips for Eating During the Holidays With GERD

For those with digestive issues, the happiest time of year can bring on a great deal of food-related stress. There are, however, steps we can take to prepare ourselves so that we can be less anxious about food and more focused on enjoying the moment. 

Tomato-Free Pasta Sauce

Tomato-Free Pasta Sauce

Tomatoes are commonly known for causing heartburn, especially for those who deal with symptoms on a regular basis. Some reflux sufferers can tolerate tomatoes in small amounts, but there are a large number that avoid them like the plague, myself included. But it hasn’t always 

Top Tips for People with GERD

Top Tips for People with GERD

  GastroEsophageal Reflux Disease is a digestive disorder where the ring of muscle between the esophagus and stomach doesn’t close properly, allowing for acid and stomach contents to escape into the esophagus. There is also LPR, or LaryngoPharyngeal Reflux, where the stomach acid actually reaches the