The foods you eat and the way you eat them both can have a significant impact on acid reflux.
Overeating of any food may cause acid reflux and heartburn in most cases so avoid overeating.
Your body position can also induce acid reflux and heartburn. If you lie down after food then there is a high probability of acid reflux.
So, keep your body to an upright posture to prevent possible acid reflux.
Acid reflux occurs when the contents of your stomach rise into your esophagus.
Changes in both of these food habits of avoiding overeating and keeping the body posture upright after meals will reduce the possibilities of stomach contents to rise to esophagus.
However, certain foods can have chemical reactions in the intestine which can push the food upwards to esophagus to cause acid reflux.
These foods are bad for acid reflux and they can have varying impacts on people depending on their gut health.
Which means some people may get seriously affected by them and others don’t get acid reflux.
That is why there is a controversy among the medical fraternity to stamp any food that causes acid reflux as bad.
But researchers have found that some foods and beverages can trigger acid reflux in most people.