Heartburn After Eating Bread

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Heartburn and acid reflux are to a large extent the result of what kind of diets we adhere to. This becomes obvious when you consider the fact that healthy digestion is due to proper levels of stomach acid. A diet composed of good acid reflux food can limit the amount of these acids, thereby reducing the possibility of reflux. When the stomach acids become increased, they have a greater chance of disabling the lower esophageal sphincter (LES), which normally keeps the stomach contents in place.

Stomach Safe Foods

It is good to know that there are stomach-safe alternative foods which can help us to avoid reflux as much as possible. Long term benefits from these foods come with making them a regular part of your daily diet. In addition to regular digestive maintenance, some also offer immediate relief from heartburn symptoms.

Before digging into these dishes, it needs to be understood that not all of them should be consumed similarly. You first need to determine which of these foods are safe to consume in larger quantities, and which should be used more moderately. We can have a look at some of the foods in each of the two categories.

For the first category, we will list some examples of stomach safe foods which can be eaten in larger amounts;

  • Soy Cheese
  • Sour Cream
  • Skinless Chicken
  • Red Licorice and Jelly Beans
  • Multi-Grain Bread
  • Mineral Water
  • Green Beans
  • Graham and Soda Crackers
  • Fish
  • Feta or Goat Cheese
  • Fat-free Cream Cheese
  • Carrots
  • Cabbage
  • Broccoli
  • Bananas
  • Baked Potatoes
  • Apples (fresh, dried and juice)

The foods in this group are significant because they are free from any acidic content, they have very little fat, salt, or oil, and they help the body generate saliva. This is essential to heartburn because these foods will not disrupt the natural stomach acidity levels, and they will help to provide the necessary amounts of saliva necessary for optimum digestion and protection of the esophagus.

Our second category is composed of foods which ought to be eaten in moderation as a preventative measure to avoid any recurring episodes of reflux;

  • Yogurt
  • Peaches
  • Onions
  • Muffins
  • Meats not fried or cooked in oil
  • Leeks and Scallions
  • Grapes
  • Granola
  • Garlic Bread
  • Garlic
  • Eggs
  • Chicken salad
  • Cheddar and Mozzarella Cheese
  • Berries
  • Baked or Broiled Fish
  • Apple Cider

This second of two food categories will provide many necessary nutrients while having a minimal effect on reflux if used in moderation. Rather than avoid everything except the foods in category one, you can supplement your diet with the foods from group two so that you get the needed nutrition while limiting any potential for reflux.

It is important to note that the two lists above are limited to the foods which are generally good for all people with reflux, but it is impossible to predict the reactions of everyone. With this second category, you may want to experiment a little to get a feel for what foods your stomach can tolerate, and which one's may not be suitable.

Some Final Advice:

Even though adopting the above foods into your diet can have some positive results, all will be in vain unless you also implement some additional changes into your life.

Seriously consider some of the following points:

  • Be patient when eating. Chew and swallow slowly.
  • Spread your food out over 4-6 smaller meals a day rather than 3 large meals. This will keep your stomach from overexertion.
  • Try to keep your mealtimes free from high tension and stress so that the stomach can work properly without tensing up.

Avoiding heartburn is not that difficult when you have knowledge of the right acid reflux food for your diet.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    Why do i get heartburn after eating starchy foods like white bread?

    • ANSWER:
      Your body is telling you that there is something in that food it doesn't like. I always recommend to my clients that they listen closely to what their bodies are telling them.

      You may have a sensitivity to something specific in the food or you may be eating the wrong foods for your metabolic type.

      http://www.diet-and-exercise-for-health.com/healthy_diet.html

      Good luck!

  2. QUESTION:
    How come I frequently get heartburn after eating a turkey sandwich?
    I'm 24 female and frequently get heartburn after eating homemade turkey sandwiches for lunch. Nothing crazy turkey, wheat bread, mayo. Most sites online say that is one of the best meals to eat to NOT get heartburn. Any explanation?

    • ANSWER:
      People are all different. If turkey sandwiches give you heartburn - don't eat them. Also, you might try taking a Prilosec daily for a couple of weeks and see if that helps your problem.

  3. QUESTION:
    what can i do for my heartburn?
    I get heartburn after eating breads, sweets, coffee, just about everything. What can I do about this and what does it mean? Could thier be something serious?

    I take tums, drink milk, drink vinagar ect. I cant seem to find something that works.

    • ANSWER:
      Well I suffer from acid reflux disease and battle heartburn all the time. I finally found something over the counter that works wonderfully---Prilosec. I only have to take one pill a week before the heartburn comes back. It's a bit on the pricey side but I say Hey if it works, that's all that matters.

  4. QUESTION:
    why do I get heartburn with white flour but not with wheat?
    I often get heartburn after eating white bread or starchy foods...but why does it not affect me with wheat or whole wheat foods/pasta??

    • ANSWER:

  5. QUESTION:
    What are some good foods or natural products to reduce acid reflux?
    I seem to get heartburn after eating bread products. Is there a natural way to reduce it? I don't like taking antacids beacuse they seem to do more harm then help.

    Thanks for your help :)

    • ANSWER:
      It's really unusual to get heartburn from bread.... you may be allergic or sensitive to something in it. Could be the yeast or any other component of the breads you're eating. I'd suggest talking to an allergist or other doctor to find out what's causing it before you continue to eat bread. Heck, there might even be a simple enzyme you could take to adjust that and prevent the problem. Good luck!


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