Preparing home-cooked meals is one of the most efficient ways to protect yourself from acid reflux flare-ups.
While there are many recipes that keep acid reflux in check, it’s not always so easy to hit the farmers’ market or grocery store before cooking.
This is why I suggest having an acid reflux shopping list on hand.
When your cabinets are stocked with acid reflux friendly ingredients, you lessen the risk of GERD symptoms that put you out of commission. If you want to stop the sensation of nausea, restlessness, and burning, then shop and eat with reflux prevention in mind.
First, it’s important to know which foods trigger symptoms. In the past, people would have to test a food to see whether or not it would trigger reflux symptoms.
Is that worth the risk?
At Cure Your Acid Reflux HQ, we’ve solved the problem of testing food. When you take a food sensitivity test, you’ll know which foods cause pain and discomfort, so you can shop for the ingredients you love and keep your acid reflux at bay.
Once you know your food sensitivities, you can shop and dine out in peace.
I’ve listed some reflux-friendly foods that you can do a lot with in the kitchen. To make it easy, print this list!
NOTE: always go local when the opportunity is available. Head out to your local farmer’s market to ensure you purchase quality foods that add nutritional value as well as protect you from acid reflux.
- Chamomile tea
- Brown Rice
- Chicken breast
“What if I’m sensitive to one of these foods?”
Even though I’ve listed ingredients that are generally reflux-friendly, there is still some risk involved. The last thing you want is to try something new only to experience symptoms of nausea or severe heartburn.
There’s a way to know for sure which foods will give you acid reflux.
When you take a food sensitivity test, you’ll never shop in the dark. Our food sensitivity testing measures your immunological reaction to specific foods that can be contributing to your acid reflux, as well as many other health conditions.
No more second-guessing and taking risks.
Take your food sensitivity test and see results in 2 weeks.