Eating yogurt may help reduce symptoms associated with acid reflux or gastroesophageal reflux disease, according to Healthline. The probiotics found in yogurt help with digestion and help combat the symptoms of diarrhea and irritable bowel syndrome as well.
Increasing fiber intake may also be helpful in fighting acid reflux. Certain foods, however, cause or exacerbate acid reflux symptoms. High-fat foods such as French fries, butter, fatty meats, bacon and potato chips may allow stomach acid to enter the esophagus. Some people with acid reflux also find it exacerbated after they eat tomatoes, citrus fruits, pineapple and salsa. Garlic, onions, spicy foods and chocolate may also trigger acid reflux symptoms.