Steak can be hard on those of us with acid reflux. The key is to go lean. This recipe accomplishes that with a flavorful marinade for lean sirloin steak. Just because you struggle with heartburn doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a good steak.
With cold and flu season upon us, chicken noodle soup is the perfect recipe to have in your arsenal. This recipe is easy to make and the difference between canned and home-made soup is huge. You just can’t beat home-made soup.
Seafood is usually a safe bet for those of us that experience frequent heartburn. This dish is a delicious GERD-friently recipe featuring mussels in a wine sauce. Don’t worry, the alcohol (a GERD trigger) cooks out of the sauce.
You just finished a delicious meal or you just got into bed to sleep and that familiar gnawing starts in your lower stomach. Or, you feel a sharp pain near your upper chest. You know what it is because, as someone who gets frequent heartburn, you’ve grown accustomed to the feeling. So, what causes heartburn and what home remedies are available to relieve the pain?