Fried foods, chocolate, coffee, tea, carbonated beverages and dairy products are among the acidic-promoting foods to be avoided, especially by people who are prone to heartburn, states WebMD. Acidic foods are known to al... More »

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Foods an acidic person should avoid include high-fat meals and fried foods, such as French fries, fried onion rings, ice creams and chocolate; in addition to potato chips, heavily spiced meats and high-fat red meat. Spic... More »

Medical websites from Healthline and WebMD provide a list of acidic foods. Other informative sites, such as Livestrong.com and eHow, have a list of high acidic foods as well. More »

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On the Blood Type Diet, created by Peter J. D'Adamo, people with type O blood should avoid grains, beans and dairy products, reports WebMD. Instead, they should eat a high-protein diet filled with lean meats, fish and ve... More »

Depending on specific symptoms, people with ulcerative colitis should avoid foods high in fiber, fat, caffeine or dairy products, according to Mayo Clinic. Physicians may also suggest avoiding large meals, spicy foods an... More »

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Foods high in tryptophan include dairy products, chicken and turkey breast meat, eggs, mutton, venison, beef or calf's liver, salmon, and tuna, as well as halibut, shrimp, scallops, cod, mackerel and snapper. Vegetable s... More »

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Foods naturally rich in iodine include sea bass, cod, haddock, perch, sea kelp and dairy products. Iodized salt is table salt enriched with added iodine, and is the world's main food source of iodine. Plants grown in iod... More »

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