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riflemanz64 (@riflemanz64)

Barrett’s esophagus-friendly diet

Digestive Health | Last Active: Sep 27 10:44am | Replies (109)

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There is no “one diet fits all”. Best way to figure out “what works for you” is to keep a food diary. Make a list of what triggers your symptoms and avoid those foods. Some apples are more acidic than others. Some coffees are less acidic than others. Research low acid foods.

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A food diary is not overly helpful in my case. My disease progressed from GERD to Barrett's Esophagus because I was asymptomatic. I never knew I had a problem until it was too late. I've read that being asymptomatic is fairly common.