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Do red grapes cause stomach acid?
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Dr. Allen Seely
General Practice
8 doctors agree
In brief: NO
Generally foods (or special diets) do not cause stomach acid.
Treatment for stomach ulcers includes avoidance of caffeine, alcohol and smoking. Hope that helps!

In brief: NO
Generally foods (or special diets) do not cause stomach acid.
Treatment for stomach ulcers includes avoidance of caffeine, alcohol and smoking. Hope that helps!
Dr. Allen Seely
Dr. Allen Seely
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Dr. J. Patrick Tokarz
Family Medicine
3 doctors agree
In brief: Sort of
The stomach responds to eating any type of food by secreting stomach acid to begin the process of digestion , or the breaking down, of food into components that can be absorbed in the intestines.
Many foods that taste tart , like grapes oranges pineapple and apples , have acid in them to start with. This combination of acid in the food and more acid released by the stomach can lead to indigestion

In brief: Sort of
The stomach responds to eating any type of food by secreting stomach acid to begin the process of digestion , or the breaking down, of food into components that can be absorbed in the intestines.
Many foods that taste tart , like grapes oranges pineapple and apples , have acid in them to start with. This combination of acid in the food and more acid released by the stomach can lead to indigestion
Dr. J. Patrick Tokarz
Dr. J. Patrick Tokarz
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