Foods That Cause Acid Reflux

April 8, 2011

Foods That Cause Acid Reflux

Foods that cause acid reflux don’t necessarily cause acid reflux for the reasons you might first think . . .

Most people are under the assumption that eating pizza or hero sandwiches trigger acid reflux and that’s simply not the case.

The hidden ingredients in food and the lack of nutrients are more responsible for triggering acid reflux symptoms than any one food.

Certainly eating bad food can make acid reflux symptoms worse, yet it’s not the food that did it, rather it may be the type of oil used to fry the fry that triggered your acid reflux.

Also eating bad foods at the worst times can be a acid reflux factor as well. A food eaten earlier in the day may not trigger your acid reflux, yet when that same food is consumed late at night you can almost guarantee an acid reflux reaction.

In other words it’s not what kind of foods that cause acid reflux, rather it’s when you eat food, how much you eat and what toxic ingredients are in the food.

Canola oil is rapeseed oil and has been shown to cause liver cancer in rats, plus what’s worse is now chemical companies like Monsanto make Genetically Manufactured Organisms (GMO) that can help cause acid reflux and other digestive problems in animals and humans.

Always avoid excitotoxins like monosodium glutamate and aspartame, even the new one called Neotame. Basically any artificial flavor, natural flavor or food additive is suspect of causing foods to trigger acid reflux symptoms.

Try using natural unprocessed items like RAW Celtic sea salt on your raw vegetables. This kind of sea salt is good for you, whereas table salt is bad for your acid reflux symptoms.

If you eat foods that cure acid reflux instead of foods that trigger acid reflux your digestive system will function better and the better your digestive system works the less acid reflux you?ll have.

Foods can hurt and some so-called foods can harm, but natural raw unprocessed foods always help, plus processed, denatured or cooked foods never help cure acid reflux, but usually cause it.

You were born to heal,

Todd M. Faass

Health Advocate

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