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Foods That Are Safe to Eat if You Suffer From...
This chart shows foods with little risk of causing heartburn.
Infant Reflux Screening Quiz
Take this quiz to see if your baby has the symptoms of infant reflux.
Foods You Should Avoid if Suffering from...
This chart may help you see what foods you may need to limit to help you control acid reflux.
Could That Burning Sensation in Your Throat be...
Do you sometimes wake up with a burning sensation in your throat? I'll show you how GERD may be a cause of this unpleasant feeling.
Peptic Ulcer Screening Quiz
Take this quiz to see if you have the symptoms of a peptic ulcer.
What Does Heartburn Feel Like?
Do you sometimes get a burning pain behind your breast bone or in your throat? It may be heartburn. Here are 6 signs of what heartburn feels like.
The Peptic Ulcer Diet: Foods You Should Avoid
The information you'll find here will help you choose the foods you should eat if you have a peptic ulcer.
Do You Suffer From Heartburn? Limit These Foods
This chart can help you see what foods you may want to consume with discretion if you suffer from heartburn.
Do You Have a Peptic Ulcer?
An ulcer is a sore or lesion that forms in the lining of the stomach or duodenum. Gastric ulcers (stomach ulcers) and duodenal ulcers are usually referred to as peptic ulcers. Knowing the symptoms of peptic ulcers can help you know when to call the doctor.
What's Causing Your Severe Heartburn?
Do you know what heartburn is? Learn what heartburn is, and how it can be treated.
9 Treatments That Will Ease Your Heartburn...
When you suffer from chronic heartburn, whether it's caused by gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) or some other digestive disorder, it's important to know how to treat the heartburn. The treatment can range from lifestyle change to surgery in severe cases that don't respond to any other treatment.
Hiatal Hernia Screening Quiz
Take this quiz to see if you have the symptoms of a hiatal hernia.
14 Easy Home Remedies for Heartburn
Millions of people will suffer from heartburn. For some individuals, the episodes only occur occasionally, perhaps once a month. For others, heartburn can become chronic, occurring two or more times a week. There are treatment options available, but for many people, they prefer to use a natural, home remedy to treat their heartburn.
Is There a Link Between Barrett's Esophagus and...
Is There a Link Between Barrett's Esophagus and GERD? You will learn how GERD may increase your odds of developing Barrett's esophagus and cancer.
How you can get heartburn relief immediately...
Do you suffer from heartburn and want some relief? I list several options in this article, ranging from quick relief to longer term relief.
What’s Causing That Sour Taste in Your...
What cause sour taste in the mouth, and how?
Do You Know the Causes and Symptoms of...
Appendicitis is an inflammation of the appendix. Once it starts, there is no effective medical therapy, so appendicitis is considered a medical emergency. When treated promptly, most patients recover without difficulty. Learn what the causes and symptoms of appendicitis are.
17 Symptoms of Hiatal Hernia
Fifty percent of hiatal hernia patients don't experience any symptoms. For the other 50 percent of patients, the following symptoms may occur.
What You Should Know About Gastritis
Gastritis is an inflammation of the stomach lining. Several things can cause gastritis, one of which is chronic bile reflux. Although it doesn't cause heartburn, some of the symptoms of gastritis are similar to those produced by heartburn, and it's treated in a similar way to GERD, by taking medication to reduce stomach acid.
What Are Hiatal Hernias and How Are They Treated?
Learn what a hiatal hernia is, the symptoms, treatment, and possible complications.
Gastritis Screening Quiz
Take this quiz to see if you have the symptoms of gastritis.
8 Symptoms of Esophageal Cancer
Esophageal cancer is a disease in which malignant (cancer) cells form in the tissues of the esophagus. It is important to know what the symptoms are for this type of cancer.
Create the Heartburn-Safe Diet
There are some foods that should be avoided if you suffer from heartburn. Learning what they are is an important step to creating your heartburn-safe diet. Page 4.
10 Foods to Avoid on an Acid-Reflux Diet
While food isn't always the cause of heartburn, for many individuals, some of the foods they eat will worsen their heartburn. Here is a list of foods most likely to worsen your heartburn.
What Can I Eat if I Have a Peptic Ulcer?
If you have a peptic ulcer and are suffering from pain symptoms when you eat, this list of safe foods and those that should be limited is for you.
What Additional Complications Can Heartburn...
Esophagitis is a term used to indicate any inflammation, swelling, or irritation of the esophagus.
10 Symptoms of Peptic Ulcer Complications
Warning signs that your peptic ulcer is possibly worse. If you display any of this warning signs, seek medical attention.
6 Ways to Know if You're Suffering From GERD
Do you wonder what the symptoms of GERD is? This article will tell you the 6 ways to know if you're suffering from GERD
Symptoms of Stomach (Gastic) Cancer
Possible signs and symptoms of stomach cancer. One of the symptoms may be chronic heartburn.
Is Your Chest Pain Due to Acid Reflux?
A heart attack is most often thought of when someone experiences chest pain, but some digestive disorders can cause chest pain. One cause is acid reflux. How?
What Are the Causes of Heartburn?
To help you understand the causes of heartburn and help you prevent it, learn how a healthy digestive system works, and what can cause heartburn.
Got Heartburn? The Most Common Causes
There can be several causes of acid reflux. Finding out what these are can help you make changes in your lifestyle and habit so you can prevent the acid reflux from happening.
10 Things to Stop Doing if You Have Heartburn
Do you seem to have heartburn a lot? Maybe you are doing something you shouldn't. Here are the top 10 things you should stop doing if you have GERD.
Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease - GERD - What...
Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), also known as acid reflux disease, occurs when the lower esophageal sphincter (LES) does not close properly and stomach contents leak back, or reflux, into the esophagus.
Can a Spoonful of Baking Soda Stop Heartburn?
Can baking soda stop heartburn? Are there other ways of relieving heartburn?
10 Things to Stop Doing if You Suffer From...
You may be doing something that is making your heartburn worse. If you want to control your heartburn, here is a list of things you have to stop doing.
16 Worst Foods for Heartburn Sufferers
When you suffer from chronic heartburn, many times you can trace the causes of that heartburn to the food you eat. With the right resources, you can learn what foods can trigger your heartburn, and learn what foods you can safely eat.
The Easiest Ways to Avoid Foods That Causes...
If you suffer from heartburn, there are foods you may want to limit. Learn what these foods are, and how they can cause heartburn.
What Foods Can You Eat on a Peptic Ulcer Diet?
Some peptic ulcers patients can eat whatever they want with no problems. For others, eating certain foods can cause problems. If you are a ulcer patient and need to make some dietary changes, the following resources will get you started.
Everything You Need to Know About GERD
Whether you suspect you have Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (also referred to as acid reflux disease) or you are newly diagnosed, you will want to know the symptoms, the causes, and the treatment of GERD.
What Are the Best Ways to Treat Peptic Ulcers?
An ulcer is a sore or lesion that forms in the lining of the stomach or duodenum. Peptic ulcers can be healed with proper treatment.
Can Eating Smaller Meals Help Prevent Heartburn?
Heartburn can often be relieved if sufferers follow these ten suggestions that can significantly reduce the risk of acid reflux symptoms.
6 Tips for Eating on Hiatal Hernia Diet
If you have a hiatal hernia and also experience heartburn, ,nowing how to control the heartburn through diet is important. The following tips can help you.
GERD Screening Quiz
Take this quiz to see if you have the symptoms of gerd.
Can a Swig of Apple Cider Vinegar Relieve...
Can using apple cider vinegar help relieve heartburn? Does it do more harm than good?
21 Heartburn-Friendly Chicken Recipes
Chicken is a safe choice for most heartburn sufferers, but can become a boring meal without some variety. With these recipes you will get the great taste of many of your old favorites!
How Does H. plyori Cause Peptic Ulcers?
Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) is a type of bacteria. Researchers believe that H. pylori is responsible for the majority of peptic ulcers. What causes it? How is it detected?
Diagnostic Tests for GERD
Heartburn that occurs repeatedly should be evaluated by a doctor to determine what's causing the problem. There are specific diagnostic tests the doctor will use to determine if your heartburn is something more serious, such as gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD).
How Can You Treat Gastritis?
Learn what gastritis is, what causes it, what the symptoms are, how it is treated, and how to live with it.
4 Ways Alcohol Can Cause Heartburn
You come home from a stressful day at work, and have a glass of wine to help you unwind. Unfortunately, a few minutes later you are suffering from a bout of heartburn. Why?
13 Symptoms of Gallstones
Approximately 80% of individuals with gallstones do not have any symptoms of gallstones. Learn about the symptoms the other 20% of individuals experience.
The 7 Causes of Peptic Ulcers
An ulcer is a sore or lesion that forms in the lining of the stomach or duodenum. Ulcers in the stomach are called gastric or stomach ulcers, and those in the duodenum are called duodenal ulcers, and both are usually referred to as peptic ulcers. Understanding the causes and symptoms of peptic ulcers, and then getting a diagnosis and proper treatment, most people can find relief.
Do You Suffer From Heartburn at Night? 6 Tips...
Do you suffer from heartburn at night? If you don't want to spend all night with heartburn, try these 6 tips to feel better.
The 3 Types of Treatment for Heartburn
If you are one of the millions of individuals who suffer from chronic heartburn, you want, and need, a method of treating it. These treatments options include lifestyle modifications and may also include medications.
10 Tips to Living With a Hiatal Hernia
A hiatal hernia occurs when the upper part of the stomach pushes through an opening in the diaphragm, and up into the chest. This opening is called the esophageal hiatus or diaphragmatic hiatus. If you've been diagnosed with a hiatal hernia, you'll need to know how to live with it.
What Can I Eat if I Suffer From Heartburn?
If you suffer from heartburn, some foods may be triggering some of those episodes. Learn what you can do so you can enjoy eating without heartburn.
3 Common Conditions That Cause Stomach Pain
If you are suffering from stomach pain, you need to find the cause before you can start a treatment. Listed below are a few of the conditions that can cause stomach pain.
The 3 Types of Treatment Options for Gallstones
Has your doctor told you that you may have gallstones? While surgery is often thought of as the treatment for gallstones, there are other options.
7 Simple Ways to Live With Peptic Ulcers
You've been diagnosed with a peptic ulcer. Your doctor will have provided you with a treatment plan which will include antibiotics or lifestyle modifications, or both. In the majority of cases, a peptic ulcer will heal in time with proper treatment.
The Heartburn Diet: Week 1 Sample Menu
Week One sample menu featuring heartburn-friendly foods and recipes. Menu consists of a Sunday through Saturday meal plan, featuring breakfast, lunch, and dinner choices, along with two snacks.
9 Meal-Planning Tips for an Acid-Reflux Diet
One of the leading triggers of heartburn is the food we eat. Since we all have to eat, we need ways to prevent food from triggering our heartburn. This involves good meal planning.
11 Causes of Gastrointestinal Tract Bleeding
Bleeding in the digestive tract isn't a disease but is a symptom of a disease. Bleeding can occur as the result of a number of different conditions, and may be either acute or chronic. Some instances of bleeding are life threatening. Learn what causes bleeding in the digestive tract.
Gastroparesis Screening Quiz
Take this quiz to see if you have the symptoms of gastroparesis.
What are the symptoms of a hiatal hernia?
50 percent of hiatal hernia patients don't experience any symptoms. For the other 50 percent of patients, the following symptoms may occur.
10 Things You Should Do if You Have a Hiatal...
A hiatal hernia occurs when the upper part of the stomach pushes through an opening in the diaphragm, and up into the chest. This opening is called the esophageal hiatus or diaphragmatic hiatus. If you've been diagnosed with a hiatal hernia, you'll need to know how to live with it.
How Are Proton Pump Inhibitors Different from...
Proton Pump Inhibitors (PPIs) are a group of medications that decrease the amount of acid in the stomach and intestines. H2 blockers are also used for GERD treatment. Proton Pump Inhibitors are different from H2 blockers. How are Proton Pump Inhibitors different from H2 blockers?
Heartburn 101 - Acid Reflux Diet For Heartburn...
Do you suffer from heartburn? Does it seem like no matter what you eat, it keeps happening? Anyone suffering from heartburn needs have a special acid reflux diet. Find resources on creating your acid reflux diet, shopping techniques to use for your acid reflux diet, and recipes that are heartburn-free.
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Everything You Need to Know About Peptic Ulcers
A peptic ulcer is a sore or lesion that forms in the lining of the stomach or in the first part of the small intestine.
Everything You Need to Know About Gallstones
Learn about the two types of gallstones and how they form.
Treating Hiatal Hernias
For approximately 50% of individuals with a hiatal hernia, symptoms are not present. For those who do experience symptoms, it is usually caused by heartburn, or acid reflux. Many individuals with a hiatal hernia also have gastroesophageal reflux disease, or GERD. For them, their doctors may prescribe a treatment plan that is similar to the treatment for GERD.
The 8 Causes of Acid Reflux
Millions of adults have heartburn, either on a daily basis or a weekly basis. Here are the reasons acid reflux occurs.
Why You Shouldn’t Drink Alcohol if You...
Alcohol can have unpleasant effects on heartburn sufferers, so it' s best to avoid it if you suffer from acid reflux. Here are ways to minimize the problem.
Think Your Infant Has Reflux? This Quiz Can Help
If you think your baby has infant reflux, take this screening quiz, and then discuss the results with your baby's doctor.
These are the signs you may have gastroesophage...
Do you think you have gastroesophageal reflux disease? Here are the 6 signs of GERD you should look for.
15 Symptoms of Laryngopharyngeal Reflux
Laryngopharyngeal Reflux (LPR) happens when stomach acid reaches the throat. Learn the symptoms and how to treat it
What Can Cause A Persistent Cough?
In some studies, GERD accounted for about nearly half of cases of persistent cough in nonsmoking patients. It can even affect asthma.
Treating Barrett's Esophagus
Currently, there are no medications that will reverse Barrett's esophagus. Treating underlying GERD, however, may slow the progress of the disease and help prevent complications.
What’s the Difference Between Indigestion...
Some people who suffer from heartburn report to others that they are suffering from a case of indigestion. Though they both have similar triggers, and treatment may be the same in many instances, indigestion isn't the same thing as heartburn. For example, indigestion is the condition, and heartburn occasionally is a symptom of indigestion.
Breakfast Menus for the Acid Reflux Diet
Seven breakfast menus are shown. You can try them all, pick your favorites, or create your own meals from the suggestions shown.
13 Symptoms of Infant GERD
Reflux occurs often in normal infants. More than half of all babies experience reflux in the first 3 months of life. Reflux can become a more serious concern in some infants, when medical attention is needed, and knowing the symptoms of chronic reflux is important.
How Can Proton Pump Inhibitors Help Treat GERD?
Doctors prescribe Proton Pump Inhibitors to treat people with GERD, ulcers of the stomach or intestine, or other digestive disorders that may cause excess stomach acid. Learn more about what they are, how they, work, and what they are used for.
What You Need to Know About Paraesophageal...
If you have been diagnosed with a hiatal hernia, do you know what a paraesophageal hiatal hernia is? I'll show you why you need to know what this is.
Stages of Stomach (Gastric) Cancer
After stomach cancer has been diagnosed, tests are done to find out if cancer cells have spread within the stomach or to other parts of the body.
Upper Endoscopy
The upper endoscopy test allows a doctor to examine the inside of a patient's esophagus, stomach, and duodenum (the first part of the small intestine) with an instrument called an endoscope, a thin flexible lighted tube. What can you expect if your doctor orders this test for you?
Foods That Are Safe to Eat if You Have a Hernia
If you have a hiatal hernia, some foods may be causing some of your heartburn episodes. Learn what you eat so you can enjoy eating without heartburn.
10 Simple Steps to Lessening Nighttime Heartburn
Nearly eight in ten heartburn sufferers experience symptoms at night. If staying up all night isn't the option you are prepared to take for handling your nighttime heartburn, the following suggestions should help you.
10 Simple Steps to Prevent Heartburn
Follow these ten easy steps to help prevent heartburn. For example, don't eat 2-3 hours before bedtime because a full stomach increases chances of reflux.
4 Ways to Diagnose Peptic Ulcers
An ulcer is a sore or lesion that forms in the lining of the stomach or duodenum. There are several tests used to diagnose peptic ulcers.
Baked Chicken and Rice
A creamy mushroom sauce cloaks tender baked chicken breasts in this easily prepared entree.
19 Ways to Tell if Your Child Is Suffering From...
Almost all children have a little bit of reflux, without being aware of it. For some children and adolescents, however, this reflux may be chronic. Gastroesophageal Reflux (GER) often begins in infancy and then subsides, but for a small number of infants, GER symptoms continue as they grow older.
Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD)
GERD occurs when the lower esophageal sphincter (LES) does not close properly and stomach contents leak back, or reflux, into the esophagus. Learn how GERD is diagnosed. Page 2.
8 symptoms of esophageal cancer
Esophageal cancer is a disease in which malignant (cancer) cells form in the tissues of the esophagus. It is important to know what the symptoms are for this type of cancer.
Difficulty Swallowing? How to Tell if...
An esophageal stricture is a gradual narrowing of the esophagus, which can lead to swallowing difficulties. Learn the causes, symptoms, and treatment.
What Causes Difficulty Swallowing?
Difficulty swallowing (dysphagia) occurs when food does not pass normally from the mouth through the esophagus to the stomach. Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) may lead to difficulty swallowing.
11 Heartburn-Friendly Recipes
If you thought you had to give up your favorite dishes because the ingredients triggered your heartburn, try the following heartburn recipes. Whether you are cooking for yourself or someone else who suffers from chronic heartburn, these recipes are many of your favorite dishes, and contain heartburn friendly ingredients.
The 5 Most Common Prescription Medications for...
What medications can help Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease
9 ways to make living with acid reflux disease...
Have you been diagnosed with acid reflux disease, and you aren't sure about how to live with it? I'll tell you the 9 ways to make daily live easier.
Do you have an ulcer? This is how it can be...
An ulcer is a sore or lesion that forms in the lining of the stomach or duodenum. If you have an ulcer, this is how it may be treated.
What are the causes of bleeding in the esophagus?
Bleeding may occur anywhere in the GI tract. These are some of the causes of bleeding in the esophagus.
Do you have a hiatal hernia? Here is what you...
If you suspect you have a hiatal hernia or you are newly diagnosed, you should know the symptoms, the causes, and the treatment of hiatal hernias.
H2 Blockers for Heartburn Treatment
H2 blockers, also called H2 receptor antagonists, are medicines used to treat gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD.)
Do you need know what foods are heartburn...
Do you suffer from heartburn and like to know what to eat and what foods to avoid? The following resources can help you.
Heartburn-Friendly Beef Recipes
You may have thought you couldn't eat beef if you suffered from heartburn. While you may need to select leaner cuts of meat and very lean ground beef, it is possible to enjoy those beef recipes without having to worry about heartburn.
Can Your Stress Levels Cause Heartburn?
Many people believe stress causes heartburn. But is this really true? And if you have heartburn and stress together, what can be done to alleviate both?
Do you like dining out but don't like the...
Just as at home, eating certain foods in restaurants can trigger heartburn. There are methods you can use to limit heartburn. These methods include food choices, knowing how the food is prepared, beverage selection, and portion sizes. Page 2.
6 Signs You May Have GERD
If you have wondered if you have gastroesophageal reflux disease, here are the 6 signs you may have GERD.
What Are the Safest Foods and Recipes for...
Does it seem like no matter what you eat, you get heartburn? Learn what foods are safe, what ones you should limit, along with recipes and menus.
Pasta Recipes
Pasta is a staple most people have in their pantries, and it makes for a great addition to many meals. The following recipes are also heartburn friendly and can be enjoyed by heartburn sufferers.
Be Aware of These Medications That May Cause...
While we most often think of certain foods as causing heartburn, there are also some medications that may cause heartburn. This is a result of relaxing the lower esophageal sphincter (LES), irritating the esophagus, or slowing stomach-emptying.
Can Tums Help Your Upset Stomach or Heartburn?
Tums is used as an antacid to relieve heartburn, acid indigestion, and stomach upset.
Avoid Heartburn With Tomato Sauce-Free Lasagna
Love lasagna but tomato-based products trigger your heartburn? Now you can enjoy your old favorite with this no tomato sauce lasagna recipe.
Do you have diabetes? Gastroparesis has been...
Gastroparesis is a disorder in which the stomach takes too long to empty. It often occurs in people with type 1 diabetes or type 2 diabetes.
How are gallstones diagnosed?
Many gallstones are discovered by accident during tests for other problems. When gallstones are suspected to be the cause of symptoms, though, the doctor is able to make use of several tests to determine if gallstones are present.
Beef and Mushroom Stroganoff
Enjoy a hearty dish that has been tweaked to become heartburn-friendly.
Acid Reflux Diet - Breakfast Menus - Day 1
Sample menu for breakfast for the heartburn sufferer.
7 ways to get heartburn relief
Do you suffer from heartburn? Do you want relief? Here are 9 ways you may be able to get relief for your heartburn.
What Foods Should I Avoid if I Suffer From...
One of the leading triggers of heartburn is the food we eat. Since we all have to eat, we need to avoid the foods that are causing the heartburn.
Is there a difference between indigestion and...
Do you suffer from indigestion and wonder why it happens and what can be done about it? I will explain what it is, and tell you how it is treated.
21 Symptoms of GERD
Learn what GERD is, what causes it, what the symptoms are, how it is treated, and how to live with it.
How to Tell if Your Baby Has Acid Reflux
Many babies who spit up don't require treatment. However, for a small number of babies, symptoms of reflux are severe, and medical treatment is required.
What’s Causing That Burning Sensation in...
Not everyone who eats spicy foods will get heartburn. Why do some people suffer from heartburn while others do not? What's the difference between heartburn and acid reflux disease?
What Are the Causes of GERD?
In most sufferers this is due to a relaxation of the lower esophageal sphincter (LES) that opens to allow food and liquids to pass into the stomach.
Heartburn Record
When you experience chronic heartburn, the first step to controlling your heartburn is to record what may trigger your attacks, the severity of the attacks, how your body reacts, and what gives you relief. The next step is to take this information to your doctor so the both of you can determine what lifestyle changes you will need to make and what treatments will give you maximum relief.
What tests are used to diagnose hiatal hernias?
There are a few procedures that are used to diagnose the presence of a hiatal hernia.
Sample Weekly Menu Charts for the Acid Reflux...
Sample menu featuring heartburn-friendly foods and recipes. Menu consists of a Sunday through Saturday meal plan, featuring breakfast, lunch, and dinner choices, along with two snacks.
What Causes Gallstones?
Gallstones are hard, rock-like deposits that form inside the gallbladder. Here are the major risk factors for developing gallstones.
The definition of dyspepsia
Definition of what dyspepsia is.
Why Do Some Foods Cause Heartburn?
It seems a fact of life: If you suffer from heartburn, there probably are some foods that lead to heartburn for you. Why do some foods cause heartburn and others don't?
3 Types of Surgery for Peptic Ulcers
Ulcers in the stomach are called gastric or stomach ulcers, and those in the duodenum are called duodenal ulcers. Learn what types of surgery may be needed.
Stages of Esophageal Cancer
After esophageal cancer has been diagnosed, tests are done to find out if cancer cells have spread within the esophagus or to other parts of the body. The process used to find out if cancer cells have spread within the esophagus or to other parts of the body is called staging. The information gathered from the staging process determines the stage of the disease. It is important to know the stage in order to plan treatment.
Barium X-rays
Diagnostic x-rays in which barium is used to diagnose abnormalities of the digestive tract. What can you expect if your doctor orders this test for you?
Weekly menu of heartburn friendly foods - Week 6
This is a sample menu that contains heartburn friendly foods. This menu is for Week Six.
Do you have "NERD" GERD? Learn more
For some patients, GERD can cause erosive esophagitis, a condition that causes inflammation, swelling, or irritation of the esophagus. In recent studies, however, it has been found that less than half of GERD patient suffer from esophagitis. The majority of patients actually have what is called nonerosive reflux disease, or NERD.
What Is the Gallbladder?
Learn what the gallbladder is and why we have one.
Diagnosing Stomach Cancer
These are the tests that are routinely used when diagnosing the presence of stomach cancer.
Before You Eat Out
Just as at home, eating certain foods in restaurants can trigger heartburn. There are methods you can use to limit heartburn episodes. These methods include food choices, knowing how the food is prepared, beverage selection, and portion sizes.
Here are recipes that are heartburn friendly...
As a heartburn sufferer, you may want heartburn friendly recipes. If you also want low-fat recipes, the recipes below are a combination of both.
8 Quick Tips for Preventing Heartburn
You can relieve your heartburn symptoms by following a few quick tips each day.
Simple Tips for Preventing Heartburn During...
For many women, heartburn will happen to them during their pregnancy. That burning sensation in the chest and throat, and sour, acidic taste in the mouth, may become an all too familiar sensation for them. Even for women who have never experienced heartburn before, heartburn may occur for the first time while they are pregnant. Though you may not be able to eliminate heartburn completely, you can take some steps to minimize your discomfort.
When Do You Need an Antacid?
Prompted by television ads or the advice of a friend, you reach for an over-the-counter antacid when you have heartburn. But is this the best way?
Can Gaviscon Help Reduce Your Heartburn?
In addition to the acid-neutralizing ingredients found in most antacids, Gaviscon contains alginic acid and sodium bicarbonate. The combination of the alginic acid and bicarbonate will create a a foam barrier which floats on the stomach acid, possibly reducing the number of reflux episodes.
What Causes Gastrointestinal Tract Bleeding in...
There can be various causes of gastrointestinal tract bleeding in the stomach. These can include ulcers and cancer.
Will Chewing Gum Relieve My Heartburn?
an chewing gum relieve your heartburn?
Should You Use Maalox?
Maalox is an antacid containing aluminium hydroxide and magnesium hydroxide. These help neutralize or reduce stomach acid (antacid). Some formulas also contain Simethicone, which helps treat the gassy, bloated feeling (antigas).
Treating Stomach (Gastric) Cancer
Details on the four different types of treatment for stomach cancer.
What is Stomach (Gastric) Cancer?
Gastric cancer is a disease in which malignant (cancer) cells form in the lining of the stomach. Learn what the risk factors are for developing stomach cancer.
Controlling Heartburn With Lifestyle Changes
10 steps to controlling your heartburn with lifestyle changes. Step 2 to controlling your heartburn with lifestyle changes. Page 2.
Lower Esophageal Sphincter
Definition of Lower Esophageal Sphincter (LES)
Baked Chicken Parmesan
Heartburn-friendly version of an old favorite.

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