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While there are plenty of foods to avoid if you suffer from acid reflux, such as fatty meats and acidic fruits, there are also certain foods that can improve the symptoms. These include yogurts and probiotics, high fiber... More »

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Low-acid foods such as potatoes and whole-grain bread can help reduce symptoms of acid reflux. Green vegetables such as broccoli, green beans and asparagus have a low acid content, and grains like oatmeal and rice can be... More »

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Some foods that neutralize stomach acid include milk, ginger, apples and chamomile or fennel tea, according to Lauren McGregory for Jillian Michaels. Stomach acid helps the body digest food and is a natural substance in ... More »

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People who suffer from acid reflux should avoid eating fatty or oily foods, sweets, pasta, carbonated beverages, and certain vegetables, meats, dairy and juices, says WebMD. These foods can cause stomach acid to splash u... More »

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According to WebMD, people who suffer from acid reflux should eat a diet rich with low acid foods. These foods will alkalize the stomach and help reduce acid reflux symptoms. More »

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The best foods for acid reflux are those that do not cause heartburn such as apples, broccoli, feta cheese and pretzels, according to About.com. It is important for people to keep track of what foods aggravate heartburn,... More »

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Common symptoms of acid reflux include heartburn, regurgitation, dyspepsia, dysphagia and a sour taste in a patient's mouth, according to Healthline. A patient who has a sore throat, a hoarse voice, or the feeling of a l... More »

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