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It won't cure it but it might give you relief while you stick to the diet.
Speak with your doctor and they can give you advice on trying an "elimination diet." Basically you cut everything out and then start adding foods back into your diet in a controlled way. This will help you determine what foods are causing the digestive issues.
Hmm interesting Idea. I have been winging it with just sticking to a vegetarian diet but I still had some reflux periodically. Gave in last night and took a Prilosec. I swear that pill was ment to stop the acid if taken and get its worse if you dont.
by Peeples3 years ago
Is there a right way to start a mostly vegetarian diet?I am thinking about going mostly vegetarian (meaning no red meat with only occasional chicken) however I have no idea where to start. I am doing this for the health...
by abentley7 years ago
I had never had non-vegeterian diet as my parents were vegeterian. So, I would like to ask here that whether eating non-vegetarian diet would be okay for me or would it harm my digestive system any ways.
by Andrea Lawrence4 years ago
What would you consider the best benefits of a vegetarian diet?
by TajmaHill5 years ago
What are your arguments against a vegetarian diet?
by arpitme6 years ago
I believe yes, because killing is itself a violent act and if it is involved in the process of making food, it will definitely makes them more violent.
by Sturgeonl6 years ago
Is following a vegetarian diet healthier than a regular diet that includes meat?
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