From caffeine, mint, chocolate, fatty meats to milk and more, watch till the end to learn about all of them.
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Intro – 0:00
1. Onions – 00:50
2. Alcohol – :01:26
3. Spicy Foods – 02:09
4. Large Meals – 03:06
5. Mint – 04:01
6. Chocolate – 04:34
7. Jam and Jelly – :05:07
8. Tomatoes – 05:43
9. Citrus Fruits – 06:10
10. Caffeine – 06:43
11. Salty Snacks – 07:36
12. Fatty Meats – 08:04
13. Bubbly Beverages – 08:41
14. Milk – 09:08
1. Onions: Ah yes, we know that painful, stinky onion burp from hell all too well. Onions, while nutritious, contain a fermentable fiber , which has been known to increase reflux.
2. Alcohol: All forms of alcohol — including beer, wine, and spirits can have negative effects on people with heartburn issues. Alcohol affects all parts of your body, including your digestive system. Drinking it can inflame and irritate the stomach. It also impairs the functioning of your esophageal sphincter, which keeps food and secretions from going down your windpipe and the stomach acids from coming up.
3. Spicy Foods: Any food that is spicy has long been considered a heartburn trigger. The spiciness in most fiery dishes, whether it’s extra hot salsa at a Mexican restaurant or your favorite Thai curry, comes from a compound called capsaicin. This compound has been shown to slow the rate of digestion, causing food to sit in your stomach longer. This increases your chances of acid reflux. The hotness of capsaicin can also irritate your esophagus, aggravating any heartburn symptoms you may already be experiencing.
4. Large Meals: A big greasy burger and supersized serving of fries right before bedtime is a good way to fuel the flame of heartburn. Fatty foods, large portions, and late-night meals are the top three triggers that affect many people with heartburn. This problem is most common after eating a large meal. A belly full of too much food stretches the stomach, causing you to feel stuffed.
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