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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!

Create a two-week custom meal plan including breakfast, lunch and dinner, for yourself or your entire family - even kids under 14! NO making separate meals.

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 / Heartburn-Friendly

Salad and Salad Dressing 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.

Salad

Bok Choy Slaw - No specific GERD triggers.
Brussels Sprouts and Lima Beans Salad - The amount of vinegar is small enough that most should be able to tolerate it.
Cantaloupe and White Bean Salad - No specific GERD triggers.
Chef's Salad with Parmesan Dressing -The peppers may be a GERD trigger.
Chicken Salad - The garlic may be a GERD trigger and can be left out.
Chinese Chicken Salad - No specific GERD triggers.
Greek Salad - The acidic dressing, green peppers, cucumbers and onions may be GERD triggers for some.
Iceberg Wedge Salad with Blue Cheese Dressing - No specific GERD triggers.
Mango Chicken Salad - No specific GERD triggers.
Mushroom Salad - No specific GERD triggers.
Roasted Beet and Fennel Salad - No specific GERD triggers.
Roasted Garlic Potato Salad - The garlic in this recipe is roasted and many with GERD find that they can tolerate it. The green onions may be left out, if desired.
Scallop and Penne Salad | Low Sodium Version - No specific GERD triggers.
Seared Salmon and Chick Pea Salad - No specific GERD triggers.
Six Bean Salad (Pantry Meal) - No specific GERD triggers.
Tahini Cauliflower Salad - The amount of lemon juice in this recipe is small enough that some may be able to tolerate it.
Udon Noodle Salad with Salmon - No specific GERD triggers.
Waldorf Salad - No specific GERD triggers.

Recipes for Salad Dressings

Blue Cheese Dressing - This dressing has ingredients that might provoke reflux including the shallot and blue cheese. Because of the small amounts many may tolerate this well.
Papaya Poppyseed Dressing - No specific GERD triggers.
Cranberry Vinaigrette - No specific GERD triggers.
Thousand Island Dressing - This dressing has ingredients that might provoke reflux including the shallot and pickle relish. Because of the small amounts many may tolerate this well.