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The best foods to eat when suffering from acid reflux

If you find yourself left with an uncomfortable feeling of burning in your chest and throat after eating, you may be suffering from acid reflux. There's a few lifestyle changes you can make to help reduce the severity of your reflux, which includes eating low-fat and non-acidic foods. Steamed, poached and grilled poultry and seafood is a great base for your meals, then add vegetables like fennel, celery and ginger (known for reducing acid in your body). Light, easy-to-digest carbs like oats, rice and couscous can also be eaten. Try to avoid high-fat foods like cream, cheese, avocado or mayonnaise.

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