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The Dr. Gourmet Diet for People with GERD / Acid Reflux

The Dr. Gourmet Diet will help you eat healthier, maintain a healthy weight, and manage your GERD / Acid Reflux. All recipes are specifically designed to avoid common trigger foods. Flavorful, delicious food that you'll love!

Includes:

Six weeks of meal plans, along with shopping lists
Over 50 GERD-friendly recipes, complete with nutrition information
Tummy Tips to help you manage your GERD / Acid Reflux
Ingredient information, cooking techniques and tips

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The Dr. Gourmet Diet Plan

Free GERD-Friendly Diet Planner

The Dr. Gourmet Diet Plan is your free, interactive meal planner that will help you eat healthier, maintain a healthy weight, and manage your GERD / Acid Reflux. All recipes are specifically designed to avoid common trigger foods. Flavorful, delicious food that you'll love!

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Shopping lists are automatically generated. Just print and shop for the next two weeks of meals.

Easy, kid-friendly meals with leftovers for lunches or later in the week.

Just select the GERD / Acid Reflux option when you create your profile for The Real World Diet.

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GERD / Acid Reflux Safe Recipes

Beef and Pork Main Course Recipes

These recipes should not provoke GERD / Acid Reflux / heartburn. Most of these recipes do not contain known GERD triggers. However, in many cases those with GERD / Acid Reflux will be able to tolerate small amounts of these known triggers, and those recipes with small amounts of GERD triggers are noted. Similarly, some recipes will be more likely to provoke symptoms when they are eaten in larger portions; these are also noted.

Foods and ingredients that trigger GERD / Acid Reflux / heartburn symptoms vary from person to person. While to the best of our knowledge these recipes should not trigger symptoms, only you know what foods are triggers for you. Keep a food diary so that you know which foods are triggers for you, and check the ingredients in each recipe to see if it contains foods that are triggers for you.

Beef Recipes

Meatloaf

Asian Steak - the garlic in this recipe is roasted garlic and may be safe for some.
Beef Stroganoff - The onions may be a GERD trigger, but the creaminess of the sauce may help this for some.
Beef Tips in Brown Gravy - The onions are soaked in ice water before extended cooking, so this recipe should be safe for those with GERD / Acid Reflux.
Chicken Fried Steak - No specific GERD triggers.
Cookout Burgers - No specific GERD triggers.
Flank Steak with Blackberry Glaze - No specific GERD triggers.
Grilled Sage Lamb Kabobs | Coumadin Safe Grilled Sage Lamb Kabobs - The onions and peppers may be left off of the kabob, as they may be GERD triggers. Replace with mushrooms and squash. The marinade may be too spicy for some with reflux.
Kung Pao Beef - No specific GERD triggers.
Maple Herb Crusted Rib Eye - The chives could be a GERD trigger for some. Consider replacing the chives with equal amounts of the other herbs.
Meatballs - No specific GERD triggers.
Meatball Hoagie - The tomato sauce will likely trigger GERD. Consider using Low Acid Tomato Sauce instead.
Meatloaf - No specific GERD triggers.
Philly Cheese Steak - The onions may be a GERD trigger. Soaking them first and cooking until they are well browned may help.
Pot Roast - The onions may be a GERD trigger, but they are cooked long enough that they should be safe.
Roast Leg of Lamb - No specific GERD triggers.
Spaghetti and Meatballs - The tomato sauce is a potential GERD trigger. Use Low Acid Tomato Sauce instead.

Pork Recipes

Pork Tenderloin

Shiitaki and Cranberry Stuffed Pork Loin - The shallots may be a GERD trigger, but could be left out of the recipe.
Pork Tenderloin with Balsamic Port Sauce - Because the onions are thoroughly cooked there is less of a chance for them to trigger GERD. No other specific reflux triggers.
Autumn Pork Chops - The white onion may be a GERD trigger, but because they are cooked longer may not be a problem for some.
Five Spice Pork Chops - No specific GERD triggers.
Pork Chops with Caramelized Apples - No specific GERD triggers.
Pork Chops with Savory Apple Compote - No specific GERD triggers.
Pan-Seared Pork Chops with Savory Peach Marmalade - Contains red peppers and lime juice, but in amounts that should be safe for those with GERD.
Pork Chops with Bourbon Pecan Sauce - No specific GERD triggers.
Pork Chops with Herbed Butter | Coumadin Safe Pork Chops with Herbed Butter - No specific GERD triggers.
Pork Tenderloin with Barley Casserole - No specific GERD triggers.
Roasted Pork Tenderloin with Caramelized Onion - The onions may be a trigger, but because they are cooked until they are caramelized, they may not be a problem.
Roasted Pork Tenderloin with Paprika Mayonnaise - Cooking the spices helps mellow the harsh flavors and for most folks this will be mild enough to be GERD friendly.
Sweet Potato Stew with Maple Roasted Pork - No specific GERD triggers.
Pasta Carbonara - The garlic is removed after cooking, so it should be safe for those with GERD / Acid Reflux.
Pork Chops with Lime Curry Sauce - Includes curry powder and lime juice, but in amounts that should be safe for those with GERD.
Roasted Yam Soup with Bacon Bits | Low Sodium Roasted Yam Soup with Bacon Bits - This recipe contains onions, but they are cooked long enough that those with GERD may be able to tolerate it.