Gastric reflux: what to eat?

Gastric reflux: what to eat?

Il gastric reflux it is invisible and annoying. Maybe you don't recognize it immediately, but there feeling of acidity permanent is one of the main alarm bells.

Unexpected symptoms, too cough and hoarseness frequent. Even the future mothers they know something ... We can help with thesupply, while, together with the attending physician, the causes (physical? mental / emotional?) are investigated.

We begin to understand better what to avoid and what to eat in case of gastric reflux.


Gastric reflux: what to never eat

Let's start with the difficult one: here are the foods to be avoided absolutely, because they are complex to digest, too demanding for a stomach that "already has its work to do".

  • Alimony packaged ready-made, often excessively seasoned with fat
  • Fries (all, including vegetables)
  • Dressings based on cream and / or butter, lard, margarine
  • Long cooking: boiled meats, meat sauce, stews
  • Il grasso meat (including bacon, lard) and hams
  • spirits (toxic to the liver)


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Gastric reflux, what to eat rarely

Here are the foods allowed with a lot of moderation, no more than once a week:

  • Chocolate
  • Citrus fruits
  • Tomato, also in sauce or puree
  • Onion
  • Peppers and chilli
  • Spices and herbs such as pepper, mint, garlic
  • Coffee, tea, sweetened carbonated drinks
  • Wine


Gastric reflux: what to eat

Foods that are of easy digestion, that do not carry waste to the body, natural foods not very complex:

  • Whole grains
  • Fruits and vegetables fresh in season
  • Acqua (at least 1,5 liters per day)
  • Milk and yogurt lean or partially skimmed
  • Vegetable drinks
  • Cheeses fresh, lean
  • White meat
  • Fish
  • eggs (not fried), maximum 2 per week
  • Extra virgin olive oil, to crude


Gastric reflux: how to eat

Here are some simple ones rules of eating behavior that will help relieve the symptoms of gastroesophageal reflux:

  1. Do small frequent meals, avoiding large meals.
  2. In general, prefer i foods of plant origin and low in fat.
  3. Avoid the jump in temperature, i.e. foods and drinks that are too hot or too cold.
  4. Beanie above all away from meals
  5. Eat while chewing slowly.


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