Okay if your suffering from GERD or acid reflux how has it affected your diet. Have you tried weight watchers, Jenny Craig, etc. They all offer meals for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks. Do the meals work for you or complicate the issue further.
Here is an interesting quote on the PH of your stomach
Owing to the high incidence of acid reflux and gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), stomach acid has gotten a bad reputation. It’s been portrayed as something to reduce as much as possible, or, better yet, completely neutralize. If only we could eliminate stomach acid altogether, we would have a permanent cure for reflux and indigestion, right? Wrong.
Your stomach is supposed to be acidic. Very acidic. Between meals, an “empty” stomach has a pH of about 1-3, usually around 2. During a meal, when food is in the stomach, the pH rises to 4-5.
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