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Old Fri, Feb-04-22, 10:53
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Default Heartburn and reflux

I've rarely had issue with this but lately it has really been an issue. Maybe because I'm eating lots of yogurt. I also think the protein bars might have been an issue. I'm trying apple cider vinegar now. Today is my second day of that.

Does anyone have any suggestions?
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Old Fri, Feb-04-22, 12:42
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Hi

I did find dairy caused those problems for me. Can't really take yogurt, milk, ice cream anymore. I occasionally have a soya yogurt, use almond milk and lacto free cheese. I would say though, also had stomach issues with dairy. Hope you find something that helps.
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Old Fri, Feb-04-22, 15:52
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Thanks! So far eating I'm eating smaller meals, taking ACV, and haven't had those protein bars or yogurt and I'm better today.
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Old Fri, Feb-04-22, 17:49
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hi Nancy,

Sorry you're having this experience . The acv before meals and eliminating the bars especially sounds like a good start. This article from Chris Kresser has useful information you might find helpful (ignore all the ads ) .. https://chriskresser.com/the-gerd-d...hat-not-to-eat/.

Hope you're feeling better soon


Doreen
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Sorry to hear that. Maybe eliminate one at a time, starting with that protein bar…some of the fibers used could do a number on digestion, and yogurt is so useful in a higher protein approach.
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Old Thu, Jul-13-23, 13:47
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I have not posted in a very long time. I am farming now, clearing 20 acres of fallen timber. I had maintained my weight until reading WAP's advice to eat sourdough. I still make bread but have quit eating it after a 2 year, 8 kg sourdough detour. I am back down to my high normal weight and loving life. I have reverted to fatty meat (I am carnivore). Too much fat gives me reflux.
If you want a high fat treat just make some brown butter bites. They are soooo tasty!
Hey Janet good to see you still active and see many other familiar long time members.
Cheers.
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Old Sun, Jul-16-23, 06:24
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Hi Mintaka

Happy to "see" you back here as well, with your good report of farming and getting back on track after a "Sourdough Detour". I’m tempted just by the name.
I started a journal (after 13 years) since you last visited. It is helpful to have a core forum, not on FB, Twitter or Instagram

Cheers,
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Old Mon, Jul-17-23, 16:17
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DH and I both fixed digestive issues as described here:

https://drruscio.com/betaine-hcl/

Using Betaine HCL. That's available from many major websites, we like the NOW brand.
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