The Old Amish Digestion Tonic
is able to eliminate your heartburn and acid reflux in less than 2 minutes. Many of our customers have even claimed that taking a dose or two from the bottle has prevented their acid reflux for as long as 24 hours. Still, familiarizing yourself with the foods that cause acid reflux and avoiding them in your diet can do a great deal of good towards preventing heartburn and living a healthier life.
A single dose from the Old Amish Digestion Tonic bottle provides relief that is absolute and almost instant, which works perfectly on those nights when you don't make the healthiest food and drink choices. Below is a simple acid reflux diet guide that you can use on the nights that you do.
Foods to Avoid
Orange juice, lemons or lemonade, grapefruit, cranberries and tomatoes can all worsen acid reflux symptoms, primarily because of their acidity. Although the Old Amish Digestion Tonic is also acidic, its pH balance and properties are such that it works with the hydrochloric acid in your stomach to stop your acid reflux in about 1 minute.
Ground beef, fried chicken, hot wings, and most greasy or fatty meats are very difficult for your body to digest and should be avoided, along with French fries, potato chips and otherwise greasy snacks. Even the fats and oils in creamy salad dressing or peanut butter can set off your reflux, along with chocolates, sweets and dairy products such as sour cream or cottage cheese.
Timing of Meals
Gravity does a great deal of good for your digestive system. Choosing to eat a meal late at night or taking a nap after a heavy meal will put your body at a great disadvantage by taking away the natural gravity that helps your food to digest.
Lying on your left side or sleeping with your upper body at an incline can help to reduce this, but it's never a good idea to eat before sleeping. Your body will not be able to digest the foods you eat even if you remain standing for hours after a meal if you don't have enough hydrochloric acid in your stomach, so keeping a bottle of the Old Amish Reflux Tonic around to help this process along is essential if you want to remain heartburn and reflux free every day.
Both apples and bananas are usually fine for those who are prone to acid reflux. The apples can be fresh, dried or even in the form of a juice without causing any harm most of the time. Vegetables like broccoli, cabbage, carrots, green beans, peas and potatoes are also fine. Beyond these fruits and vegetables, people who are prone to acid reflux can usually eat graham crackers, pretzels, corn bread, baked potato chips, fat-free cookies, extra-lean beef, skinless chicken breasts, low-fat salad dressing and fish without any problems. Low-fat or fat free dairy products like low-fat cottage cheese or cream cheese are also usually fine.
Some people may experience acid reflux after eating a certain meal, but that same meal might be perfectly fine for another person to eat. WebMD recommends that you keep a diet diary that documents all of the things that you eat and drink along with the times you experience acid reflux or heartburn. By doing this, it will be much easier to point out the foods that seem to trigger your acid reflux and avoid them in the future.
Disclaimer: these statements have not been reviewed by the FDA.