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What soothes indigestion after vomiting? I've tried antacids, tea- ginger, chamomile, peppermint hours later, still have indigestion. Thank you.
Indigestion: Would get checked out. Sometimes indigestion is caused by bacteria H pylori so need testing . Could also be food intolerances ,. gall bladder. or may be gastroenteritis. Avoid alcohol, caffeine ,smoking sodas, spicy foods Try ranitidine or prevecid. F/U w/doc rarely could be cardiac ( more in males) or ovarian and check HCG. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Heartburn? Belching that tastes bad, usually doesn't happen to often. Had stuffed green peppers for dinner not spicy though. How do I cure it? Thanks
Reflux: Sounds like you're getting some reflux. The most natural way to help the symptoms is to try to avoid foods and drinks that could aggravate it: alcohol, caffeine, high fat foods, spicy foods, tomato juice. Avoid lying down within 2-3 hours of a meal. If you're still having symptoms, then you can try otc Tums (calcium carbonate) or heartburn. But avoidance of food/drink triggers is key! ...Read more
I often have mini vomits after eating foods like spinach, bell peppers, or dairy. I have no heartburn pain. Stuff comes up after drinking alotta water?
Yes!: Black pepper is an excellent source of manganese, with just 2 teaspoons of pepper containing over 12 percent of your daily recommended value of the mineral. The same amount of pepper also contains 8.6 percent of the daily recommended amount of vitamin k. It is afe during pregnancy, just do not go overboard! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Unlikely to happen: Eating foods that contain cayenne pepper can help with weight loss only if a person doesn't increase the total amount of calories eaten per day. For example, eating spicy food might lower a person's appetite, so he doesn't eat as much at that meal. However, drinking a root beer float to wash down the spiciness will give a person lots of sugar & fat calories, thus increasing his calories & weight. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Listen to your body: Wikipedia has a number of possibilities and other sites as well. There is an entire book devoted to health benefits. The caution to start with a very low dose that would be used in cooking as a spice is wise. With a slow increase you can to see how you personally respond. ...Read more
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Pepper & cinnamon: Pepper is considered a heating spice and therefore may speed up metabolism, but in such a small way that it is of no practical value in weight loss. Cinnamon is helpful in balancing glucose and may have a small effect on mood. The safest and most helpful thing to do is see your doctor and then a nutritionist. Please ask them about the low carb higher protein food plan. Peace and good health. ...Read more
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