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|Just thinking about heartburn can bring a frown to the
face of many a heartburn sufferer. Only a person who
has suffered from heartburn, can know the true pain
caused by it. That’s why most heartburn sufferers will
search almost zealously to find a solution to either
prevent, or cure their heartburn. One way of doing
this is to pinpoint the ‘heartburn food’ that triggers off
Researching the subject of heartburn food thoroughly
will bring more benefits for the constant heartburn
sufferer than realized, as not only will you be able to
stop or avoid intake of these trigger foods, but you
will now be able to concentrate more on the foods that
you can eat without a problem.
So, I think it’s safe to say that ‘heartburn foods’ can
be classed into two sections. Those foods that are
good for you, and those that will bring an attack of
heartburn at the drop of hat.
Naturally, different foods will induce different
symptoms in different people. What acts as a trigger
for one person, causing an intense pain, might not act
in the same way on another person. The pain caused
might only be one of mild discomfort, or perhaps that
person might not suffer any symptoms at all.
Unfortunately there is no comprehensive list to tell all
heartburn sufferers to stay away from this, this and
this particular heartburn food. Most of us will just
have to learn by trial and error.
Fortunately however, for the vast majority of sufferers
there are many common foods that have been found
to trigger heartburn, and these have to some extent
been catalogued. The best place to find a list of these
common foods would be at your doctor’s office.
Most people will be dismayed to learn that any kind
coffee, and tea, will generally produce heartburn, as
will acidic juices like orange, cranberry, and tomato.
Dairy products like ice cream, and milkshakes should
also be avoided. For those unfortunates with a sweet
tooth, chocolates, brownies, doughnuts, and butter
cookies should be avoided as well.
The list of heartburn food to avoid can sometimes
seem endless, but there is a sliver lining to this cloud,
and the list of good foods isn’t modest either. Apples
and bananas, carrots, and baked potatoes, are but a
few foods you can enjoy, along with breads, cereals,
sour cream and feta cheese.
If you’re looking to eat a meal that’s fit for a king, then
you’ll probably be disappointed by the choice of foods
available to you, but if you eat to live, and not live to
eat, then you won’t have any problem. The benefits of
staying away from such heartburn food that you might
feel drawn to, far outweigh the disadvantages of
actually giving in to your cravings. So remember to eat
healthy and live heartburn free.
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