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Is natural peanut butter bad for teeth or acid reflux? There is no sugar in it.

Is natural peanut butter bad for teeth or acid reflux? There is no sugar in it.

Sugar: When eaten by bacteria helps it grow and multiply. The more bacteria, the more acid it can produce. There's 3.5 grams of carb in 1 tbsp of peanut butter (chunky). Acid reflux produces acid. Acid weakens the enamel...Ask you M.D. Re: Flexeril (cyclobenzaprine hcl) side effects, e.g. Dry mouth and stomach pain...Dry mouth can make you more susceptible to get decay. I hope this helps :). ...Read more

Peanut Butter (Definition)

Guidelines from reputable health agencies suggest some steps parents can take to reduce their child's chances of having food and other allergies, although there are no guarantees of success. If either or both parents have a personal or family history of allergy, for example, asthma, eczema, hay fever, perennial allergic rhinitis (allergy to animals, dust mites, or molds) the following is recommended: * Avoid common allergenic foods, in particular peanuts and tree nuts, during pregnancy and while nursing -- peanut protein, as well as components of cow's milk, eggs, and wheat, are ...Read more


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LUQ pain and acid reflux after eating anything fatty ie peanuts fried chicken, pizza had gallbladder removed in 2007 but symptoms r still there?

LUQ pain and acid reflux after eating anything fatty ie peanuts fried chicken, pizza had gallbladder removed in 2007 but symptoms r still there?

GERD, hiatal hernia: Tou may have a hiatal hernia and you most likely have gastriesophageal reflux disease. This is fixable. You should get a barium upper GI study to examine for a hiatal hernia. ...Read more

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Can you eat one burger with acid reflux?

Can you eat one burger with acid reflux?

You CAN but..: You may experience an acid reflux flare. Most people with acid reflux have an idea of which foods/drinks trigger their symptoms and these items are to be avoided. If you have tolerated burgers before, you will probably remain comfortable, especially if you eat it without condiments, onions and tomatoes. ...Read more

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What can I eat to help with acid reflux?

What can I eat to help with acid reflux?

Avoid...: Stay away from sauces, greasy foods, spicy foods, caffeine, bread, mint. Some vegetables like tomato and broccoli can also trigger acid reflux symptoms. ...Read more

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Which type of foods do you eat when you have acid reflux?

Which type of foods do you eat when you have acid reflux?

Avoid food triggers: Avoid food triggers and eat small meals
1 after eating wait 2t0 3 hours before going to bed or lying down
2 avoid mint, cocolate, alcohol, smoking and chewing tobaco, onions and caffeine
3 avoid spicy foods, tomatoes, oranges,
4 avoid large fatty meals and eat small frequent meals, don't over eat
5loose some weight if you are over weight and avoid wearing tight clothings. ...Read more

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What is the most appropriate foods to eat to help acid reflux?

What is the most appropriate foods to eat to help acid reflux?

Avoid food triggers: Change eating habits and avoid food triggers
1 after eating wait 2t0 3 hours before going to bed or lying down
2 avoid mint, cocolate, alcohol, smoking and chewing tobaco, onions and caffeine
3 avoid spicy foods, tomatoes, oranges,
4 avoid large fatty meals and eat small frequent meals, don't over eat
5loose some weight if you are over weight and avoid wearing tight clothings. ...Read more

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Which type of pizza can you eat if you have acid reflux?

Which type of pizza can you eat if you have acid reflux?

None: You could have almost pizza with whole grain crust, . No tomato sauce & small amount low fat cheese. (immitation pizza). ...Read more

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What foods I can eat... I've got acid reflux.. And not a fattt liver.

What foods I can eat... I've got acid reflux.. And not a fattt liver.

Some ideas: Reflux:avoid coffee, tea (regular and decaffeinated) caffeine, carbonation, alcohol, citrus, chocolate, mint, fat, spice, onions, garlic.. Load up on fiber-packed fruits, veggies, nuts, and whole grains.
Ginger and fennel helpful. How you prepare your food counts, too. Instead of frying meals, try roasting, grilling, or poaching. Use extra-virgin olive oil instead of butter or margarine. ...Read more

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Which foods should you eat or beverages to drink when you have acid reflux?

Which foods should you eat or beverages to drink when you have acid reflux?

Not so much WHAT...: But how much -- the more in your stomach, the higher the pressure, more reflux. Eat smaller meals, and stay upright for at least an hour afterwards. Avoid tomatoes, citrus, chocolate, caffeine, peppermint, alcohol, and fatty foods -- these all make reflux worse.
Milk may soothe the esophagus; otherwise there are no foods that help. Make sure you take a powerful acid blocker (prilosec) etc. ...Read more

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Why does my acid reflux ease and my chest calms down for awhile when I eat dr?

Why does my acid reflux ease and my chest calms down for awhile when I eat dr?

It Depends: On what you eat. If you eat foods that are acidic (fatty or spicy), they will make your reflux worse. On the other hand, if you eat foods that are alkaline (fruits, vegetables, and nuts), then your reflux may actually improve. Hope this helps! ...Read more

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How much should my 6 week old eat? She is eating 2 oz every 3 hours with rice added or acid reflux. 14-18 oz a day?

How much should my 6 week old eat? She is eating 2 oz every 3 hours with rice added or acid reflux. 14-18 oz a day?

See below: Most 6 week old children are around 4 ounces at a feeding. However, if your child is growing okay. I always let them tell you how much they want to eat at a time. ...Read more

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I get pain in one or both upper sides in upper pack area right after I eat. Have acid reflux take med. For that. Hurst very bad.?

Gallstones: This is a fairly classic presentation of symptomatic gallstones. If your acid medication is not working, I recommend you see your doctor for further evaluation. ...Read more

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I don't have acid reflux and I'm not a diabetic but I always feel like I'm hungry all the time no matter what I eat I can b hungry in an hour!

I don't have acid reflux and I'm not a diabetic but I always feel like I'm hungry all the time no matter what I eat I can b hungry in an hour!

Irritated stomach?: Lots of causes of "hunger", but epigastric burning & pain after meals raises the probability of gastritis & ulcers. Stop any non-prescribed nsaid's (you're taking Motrin & ibuprofen) or aspirin; cut out tobacco & alcohol; trial an acid reducer. Seek emergency care if lightheaded, worsening symptoms, vomiting coffee ground material or passing black stool or blood. Pancreatitis possible? ...Read more

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How long can I eat after taking peptac for my acid reflux? I'm also taking a beta blocker propranolol how many hours do I leave between two meds.

How long can I eat after taking peptac for my acid reflux? I'm also taking a beta blocker propranolol how many hours do I leave between two meds.

The: Two medicines do not "interact" thus you could take them together.

It is usually recommended you take the Pepcid one hour before you eat.

Hope this helps
Dr Z ...Read more

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I Feel like there's a rock in my chest. It hurts to eat or drink anything, like its trying to get around the rock. I normally have awful acid reflux.

I Feel like there's a rock in my chest. It hurts to eat or drink anything, like its trying to get around the rock. I normally have awful acid reflux.

Dysphagia: You will need to be seen by a gastroenterologist. You may need an upper endoscopy or an xray-esophagram to evaluate these symptoms further. ...Read more

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Acid reflux nearly daily. Trying to pinpoint why. Could it be yogurt? I eat a low fat, almost zero sugar, plain yogurt every morning prior to symptoms

Acid reflux nearly daily. Trying to pinpoint why. Could it be yogurt? I eat a low fat, almost zero sugar, plain yogurt every morning prior to symptoms

Acid reflux Reflux: Is due to excessive acid PLUS an incompetent sphincter at the lower end of the esophagus. Acidy foods, carbonated beverages, and drinking fluids while eating make it worse....
I do not think yogurt causes it and I do not think it can be "pinpointed"!
BTW try sleeping with the head of your bed on blocks (thick books will do)
Hope this helps!
DR Z ...Read more

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Why would my esophagus feel weird and when I eat it makes it feel better? I have acid reflux.

Reflux GERD: 25 F unknown medical Hx or meds: Asks: Why would my esophagus feel weird and when I eat it makes it feel better? I have acid reflux. ANS: suspect you have GERDS and food lowers pH. Discuss details with your Dr. Who knows you best. ...Read more

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I'm having to burp after I eat. Are these symptoms of acid reflux?

I'm having to burp after I eat. Are these symptoms of acid reflux?

Consciously stop it: If you have acidity, probably yes. Avoid food items like onions, beans. At times it is a habit
some people feel relieve and unconsciouly
burp after meals. You can train your-
self to consciously stop it. Just
think it is uncouth in the presence
of company. ...Read more

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What can you eat to reduce acid reflux?

What can you eat to reduce acid reflux?

What to avoid: Rather then eat foods to reduce reflux, I try to counsel patients on foods to avoid that trigger reflux. This may differ in everybody but known triggers are caffeine, chocolate, nicotine, alcohol, soda, licorice, peppermint. You should keep a dietary log to see what your triggers are. And if you have red flags like difficulty swallowing, weight loss, vomiting or black stools, please c md. ...Read more

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What should I eat when you have bad acid reflux?

What should I eat when you have bad acid reflux?

Not so much WHAT...: But how much -- the more that's in your stomach --> higher pressure --> more reflux. Eat smaller meals, and stay upright for at least an hour afterwards. Avoid tomatoes, citrus, chocolate, caffeine, peppermint, alcohol, and fatty foods -- these all make reflux worse.
Milk may soothe the esophagus; otherwise there are no foods that help. Make sure you take a powerful acid blocker (prilosec). ...Read more

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Please suggest what foods do you eat if you have acid reflux?

Fods: Avoid beverages that seem to trigger heartburn or make it worse, such as:
coffee or tea (both regular and decaffeinated)
other beverages that contain caffeine
carbonated beverages
alcohol

avoid foods that seem to trigger your heartburn or make it worse, such as:
citrus fruits, such as oranges and lemons
tomatoes and products that contain tomatoes, such as tomato sauce and salsa
chocolate
mint or. ...Read more

Dr. Dariush Saghafi
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Acid Reflux (Definition)

Technically called GERD, acid reflux is the presence of acidic stomach contents in the esophagus. The acid irritates the esophagus causing heartburn symptoms. The regurgitation or reflux can vary greatly as can the symptoms. Blocking stomach acid with medications can alleviate the burning but medication cannot stop the reflux. Complicated GERD requires surgical treatment ...Read more


Dr. Gary Sandler
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Reflux (Definition)

Acid reflux is defined as the presence of acidic gastric contents in the esophagus causing irritation. It's cause is blamed on the a lax gastroesophageal shpincter that permits usch regurgitation. Vesicoureteral reflux is regurgitation (backing up) of urine in the bladder into the ureter ...Read more