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Hi, I recently was diagnosed with GERD and I am finding it hard to find foods and recipes pertaining to this disease. Any suggestions on where to start and does HyVee have GERD sensitive recipes?
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GERD

posted at 1/25/2012 10:47 AM CST
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Last: 1/25/2012
Hi,

I recently was diagnosed with GERD and I am finding it hard to find foods and recipes pertaining to this disease. Any suggestions on where to start and does HyVee have GERD sensitive recipes?

Re: GERD

posted at 2/1/2012 11:05 AM CST
Posts: 72
First: 7/13/2011
Last: 4/17/2014
In Response to GERD:
Hi, I recently was diagnosed with GERD and I am finding it hard to find foods and recipes pertaining to this disease. Any suggestions on where to start and does HyVee have GERD sensitive recipes?
Posted by mick1227


GERD is an individualized condition, meaning that each person is different in what foods trigger their symptoms. This does make it difficult to collect GERD focused recipes. However, here is a list of common foods to limit in your diet that may reduce your symptoms:

·Peppermint and Spearmint
·Chocolate
·Alcohol
·Onion
·Garlic
·Tomato sauce
·Caffeinated beverages (teas, coffee, colas, energy drinks and other caffeinated soft drinks)
·Decaffeinated beverages and decaffeinated regular teas
·Pepper (seasoning)
·High-fat foods, including- 2% milk, whole milk, cream, high-fat cheeses, high-fat yogurt, chocolate milk, cocoa, fried meats, bacon, sausage, salami, pepperoni, bologna, frankfurters/hot dogs, deep-fried foods, nuts, nut butters, high-fat desserts and consuming more than 8 tablespoons of oil, butter and/or shortening per day.
·Any fruits or vegetables that cause symptoms (These can vary from person to person). 

When preparing recipes that ask for these types of ingredients, you can either omit the ingredient or substitute with a GERD friendly ingredient. Your local Hy-Vee dietitian will be able to direct you to many recipes that will work specifically for you.

There are also lifestyle changes that may help you reduce the frequency of your symptoms:
·         Maintaining a healthy weight
·         Avoid tight-fitting clothes
·         Eat smaller meals
·         Don't lie down after a meal, wait at least three hours after eating before lying down or going to bed. Avoiding eating a late night evening snack would be a good practice to follow.
·         Elevate the head of your bed
·         Don't smoke


Please feel free to ask any additional questions, and I recommend consulting with your local Hy-Vee dietitian for additional individualized advice.

Re: GERD

posted at 2/9/2012 7:05 PM CST
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First: 2/9/2012
Last: 2/9/2012
EasyCAP
Hi guys.Well as far as I know there are necessary food required for you, Acid Reflux Diet, and for you to be aware, I provided here a table I found in the internet.Hope it can help you.
Food GroupFoods With Little Potential to Cause Heartburn
Fruit• Apple, fresh
• Apple, dried
• Apple juice
• Banana
Vegetables• Baked potato
• Broccoli
• Cabbage
• Carrots
• Green beans
• Peas
Meat• Ground beef, extra-lean
• Steak, London Broil
• Chicken , skinless
• Egg whites
• Egg substitute
• Fish, no added fat
Dairy• Cheese, feta or goat
• Cream cheese, fat-free
• Sour cream, fat-free
• Soy cheese, low-fat
Grains• Bread, mult-grain or white
• Cereal, bran or oatmeal
• Corn bread
• Graham crakers
• Pretzels
• Rice, brown or white
• Rice cakes
Beverages• Mineral water
Fats / Oils• Salad dressing, low-fat
Sweets / Desserts• Cookie, fat-free
• Jelly beans
• Red licorice
• Potato chips, baked

Re: GERD

posted at 7/25/2013 6:25 AM CDT
Posts: 115
First: 7/25/2013
Last: 9/15/2013
Avoid foods that are acidic such as tomatoes. Pizza and spaghettiis not a good idea. Carbonated drinks, caffeine and chocolates can trigger the attack of the disease. It is okay to hve them once in a while, just in moderate amounts.

Re: GERD

posted at 8/24/2013 3:09 AM CDT
Posts: 115
First: 7/25/2013
Last: 9/15/2013
Hi,

You can also check the link I attached here, for the lists of recipes that is best for you.


Happy cooking!

-Rosetta
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