Food For People With Stomach Acid?
I was hit by Adam’s stomach. well these days my mother’s home cooking is red and rendang soup, because there is no other food I eat the food. because I like rendang so I eat quite a lot. Is that okay sometimes for stomach acid? thanks.
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. We understand your confusion. Gastric acid disease is a disease when the stomach produces stomach acid in large quantities, or there is a disruption in the muscles holding the stomach acid. Thus, stomach acid rises into the esophagus or even into the oral cavity, causing symptoms such as heartburn, nausea, vomiting, tongue feels sour, tightness, throat pain, and bloating.
To avoid this disease, we need to understand what triggers it, including:
Eating spicy, sour, oily and fatty foods, also coconut milk
Consuming coffee, tea and soda
Eat too much at one time
Therefore, regarding your question, because rendang is oily, especially if what your mother made is spicy and especially if your stomach acid disease is already severe and can be raised a little, your disease can still recur. And even if you only take it occasionally, the potential for stomach acid to stay up is there. Just as you are beaten by your friends, even if you are only beaten once in a while, every 6 months or even only once a year, the pain will still be the same. Likewise with stomach acid, triggering it occasionally does not necessarily make symptoms lighter.
But if you are faced with a condition where your stomach acid will be triggered, at least prepare over-the-counter ulcer drugs or drugs that have been given to you by your doctor and take them before meals as a preparation. If it still hurts after that, check with your doctor. So, hopefully answering your question.