Gastritis and GERD Recipes

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Can you please post those recipes that you know that is friendly to gastrtis and GERD. I mean those that can be eaten guilt free that you know will not trigger any pain or symptoms. Will appreciate it a lot! Thanks!

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    Grilled chicken breast

    Steamed green beans

    Steamed carrots

    Boiled baby potatoes

    No sauce and I can only use salt and not pepper, I tend to live off chicken and veg with my gastritis!

    Eating for gerd and gastritis is extremely plain, no sauces and no sugar tend to be the best way forward & nothing with onion, garlic or tomato!

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      Hi Abbie! Thank you for your reply. Is it all that you it? Are you that disciplined to not be tempted by delicious foods? Or are we never ever be normal again. I mean like it what you want? 

      Do you eat rice? Here in our country it is a staple food. Evry meal we have it. 

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      ERRATUM: here is my reply. Sorry for the wrong grammar.

      Hi Abbie! Thank you for your reply. Is it all that you are eating? Are you that disciplined to not be tempted by delicious foods? Or are we never ever be normal again. I mean like eat what you want? Cause its really hard. sad

      Do you eat rice? Here in our country it is a staple food. Evry meal we have it. 

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    Confirmed by a recent research paper, it's more important HOW you eat rather than WHAT you eat. Keep upright, eat slowly and keep portion sizes small.

    Barrett's Wessex charity produced a book of recipes a few years ago that have helped many. A free copy of the popular book, "Cool Food" may be downloaded from their website, www BarrettsWessex org uk. Click on the TIPS tab and then on the picture of the "Cool Food" book.

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