What can you eat safely if you have GERD?

moringa can help. Then there's also what you need to avoid, which is the following:

* citrus fruits (oranges, lemons, etc.) and their juices

* tomatoes and related sauces, salsas, etc.

* tea and coffee, both caffeinated and decaffeinated; however, decaffeinated, non-mint herbal teas can be used

* peppermint and other mints

* alcohol

* fats, particularly animal fats

* chocolate

* soft drinks, particularly caffeinated, but even caffeine-free ones put carbonation in the stomach, which then pushes the acid out into the esophagus

* large servings and/or meals, which both generate a lot of stomach acid and also leave little room for the acid, forcing it into the esophagus