Dr. Oz and Greenopedia.com both have lists of foods organized by degree of acid-production. Rense.com and EnergiseForLife.com feature comprehensive lists of both acidic and alkalinic foods, while Healthy.com lists the to... More »

Foods that are high in folic acid include asparagus, broccoli and all citrus fruits. Beans, peas, lentils, avocados and Brussels sprouts also contain a high level of the acid. More »

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Chocolate, onions, garlic, spicy foods, citrus fruits, tomatoes, and fatty or fried foods can all contribute to acid reflux. While each type of food contributes in a different way, they all lead to acid backing up into t... More »

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Foods that cause higher acidity in the body include grains, nuts, dairy products, fish, corned beef and turkey. Seeds, legumes, fruits, corn oil, sweeteners, salt, and tobacco also increase acidity levels. Hard cheeses a... More »

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Individuals should avoid highly acidic foods if they are prone to acid reflux. People are more susceptible to acid reflux if they are overweight, pregnant or a smoker, explains Medical News Today. Untreated chronic acid ... More »

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Websites like WebMD, Mayo Clinic and Dr. Oz contain lists of high-fiber foods. The websites provide the amount of fiber found in each of the listed foods to help users create a diet that contains a sufficient amount of d... More »

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Foods that cause the buildup of uric acid include mackerel, liver, kidney and other organ meats, beer, dried legumes, mussels and anchovies. These foods are high in purine, which is broken down into uric acid. More »

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