The foods that you shouldn't eat when you have "GERD"

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03 May 2022

The foods that you shouldn't eat when you have "GERD"
      If you don't want to burn your stomach because of GERD. Just adjusting your diet can help relieve symptoms.

Ratchasima Hospital has a checklist the foods that you shouldn't eat when you have GERD

  • High fat food.
  • Highly acidic fruit.
  • Fermented food.
  • Foods with a lot of gas.
  • Chewing gum.

      GERD is caused by inflammation of the esophagus from a condition in which acid or gastric juice flows back until you feel heartburn, belching and nausea. If left unattended, it may cause inflammation and ulceration around the esophagus which is at risk of spreading into cancer.

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High fat food.
      Patients with gastroesophageal reflux disease or GERD should refrain from high-fat foods such as Fried food, fast food, chocolate, coconut milk, milk, etc.Because these foods are combined with stomach acid cause malnutrition or heartburn.


Highly acidic fruit.
      Avoid fruits that are very acidic, such as oranges, lemons, pineapples, or those with a sour taste because it will increase the acid in stomach causing heartburn.


Fermented food.
      Fermented foods are another thing that GERD patients shouldn't eat, such as pickled fruits or pickled fish. Because it increases gas in the stomach causing colic and distension.


Foods with a lot of gas.
      You should refrain from soft drinks, tea, or coffee because of these beverages. Will stimulate the production of gastric juice, causing more burning or colic symptoms.

Chewing gum.
      Chewing gum increases the secretion of saliva, resulting in gas in the stomach, more causing colic symptoms. Therefore, patients with gastroesophageal reflux disease should refrain from chewing gum while still having symptoms.

      If you are having concerns or questions about acid reflux treatment can consult at Ratchasima Hospital.

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