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Vegetarian Diet with Acid Reflux:
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Vegetarian diet and acid reflux is a combination that almost goes hand in hand. Being animal-fat free, it never causes acid reflux since it neither excites the stomach for extra acid secretion nor invites the accompanying distress condition with its gruesome effect. Besides, vegan diet is toxin-free and neutral, which allows the lower esophageal sphincter (LES) to do its duty properly. While a spicy non-vegetarian lunch may sure create trouble for people prone to acid reflux, an appetizing vegetarian dinner can create all the difference between agonizing sleepless, while nights in the grip of severe heartburn, and a peaceful contented sleep that ushers in a new joyful day, every day!

However, though most vegetables are suited to people of all origin, one has to check personally the type that suits him or her best. Of course, all acidic vegetables like tomatoes and other citrus types should preferably be eliminated from the diet of all those who are suffering from GERD. Also significant is the method of cooking since doing so with animal fat may ruin the purpose. Since illustrating the project may make the topic more interesting, here are a few recipes given for the benefit of people concerned about vegetarian diet with acid reflux.

Pasta and Vegetable Frittata

The ingredients (for a single serving) consist of 2 oz angel hair pasta, broken to 2" pieces; ¼ cup low-fat mozzarella cheese; ¼ cup egg substitute; 1 tbsp nonfat milk; 1 tbsp parmesan cheese; pinch of basil and a pinch of salt to taste; ¾ oz artichoke hearts, water packed and sliced; ¼ cup black olives, also sliced; 2 tbsp slivered blanched almonds and 1 tsp vegetable oil.

The preparation involves cooking the pasta according to directions, sans salt or fat and then draining; combining the egg substitute, 3 tbsp shredded mozzarella cheese, milk, parmesan cheese, basil, artichoke hearts, black olives and salt in a bowl; spraying an oven proof skillet with nonstick vegetable cooking spray and placing it over medium high heat. Now you need to gradually add the vegetable oil. The well drained and cooked pasta may now be added when the oil is hot enough along with the egg substitutes. The heat may then be turned to medium low for cooking for 2 to 3 minutes and then placed in a pre-heated broiler for cooking the top for about 2 to 5 minutes. For dressing, the remaining sprinkled mozzarella cheese and slivered almonds may be spread over the top.

Bean and cheese burritos with avocado

The ingredients (serving 4) consist of 2 cups of nonfat refried pinto beans; 8 or 10 fat-free flour tortillas; nonstick vegetable cooking spray; 4 oz grated medium cheddar cheese; 1 avocado, thinly sliced; 4 tbsp low-fat sour cream and two cups of chopped lettuce.

The preparation involves warming the nonfat refried beans in a microwave oven and then placing a tortilla in a medium sized skillet sprayed with nonstick vegetable cooking spray and placing it over medium heat, adding ¼ cup refried beans along with ½ oz cheddar cheese at the center of the tortilla. Heat can be turned for cooking at the end of which some of the sliced avocado and the sour cream may be added into it. The process has to be repeated for the remaining tortillas till the fare is ready.

Both the dishes amply qualify as samples of vegetarian diet for acid reflux.

But here's something you should remember. A vegetarian acid reflux diet will at best not make the condition worse, but it will never solve you the problem. For that, you need to turn to holistic remedies because they are more effective than conventional medicines. Why is this the case? This is because holistic remedies treat the body as a whole and try to reach deeper and identify where the real problem is and then treat the symptoms.

This is often the better approach because the causes of acid reflux are many and complex. Identifying just the symptoms often means that the disease keeps coming back and haunting the person again and again, even after the symptoms have been removed with the treatment. So if you want a permanent sure, turn to holistic remedies.

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