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Unknown89

387d

Does anyone take anything naturally for their acid reflux instead of medicine? And if you take medicine, does it help with the reflux when you’re drinking coffee I can’t drink coffee anymore without making me nauseous right away and it’s very upsetting because I used to drink coffee all the time and now I can’t or even . ice black tea.

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    • Ory

      386d

      Getting the proper fiber reduces acid reflux, as well as helping all kinds of other issues! I use just a tsp of psyllium husk powder every morning mixed in a smoothie or juice. It's a powder made from dried mushrooms, very high in fiber. You can find it on Amazon!

    • Ory

      386d

      Getting the proper fiber reduces acid reflux, as well as helping all kinds of other issues! I use just a tsp of psyllium husk powder every morning mixed in a smoothie or juice. It's a powder made from dried mushrooms, very high in fiber. You can find it on Amazon!

    • Unknown89

      386d

      Yes I can not eat gluten either as well. And thank you everyone!:)

    • wise

      386d

      simple, filling carbs helped when I stopped being able to afford my medication. I can't have gluten so I get these little par-cooked microwave sticky rice things at Costco, or I'll make a whole pot of rice if I've woken up with some sick nasty heartburn and I'll eat it over the course of the day. I also get calcium carbonate chews, not the chalky tablets that make my soul nauseous. they're more of a mentos texture if you prefer that over sidewalk chalk

    • AnimalBoy

      386d

      Mostly just eating foods that help balance it out, whole grains work the best so coffee and oatmeal or pancakes or similar foods could be a good match assuming you drink it/ want to drink it the most around breakfast. Also root vegetables help and some people have had luck with greens.

    • Aria17

      387d

      Not a supplement, but I find it helps to eat some plain carbs like crackers or bread when I can. It seems to sort of "soak up" the excess acid

    • Undiagonsed

      387d

      Try drink Matcha.

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