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How to Alkalize Pickles For Acid Reflux

How to Alkalize Pickles For Acid Reflux


Some people swear by drinking pickle juice to help treat their acid reflux, heartburn, and indigestion symptoms on a daily basis. And while you might enjoy a nice slice of pickle loaded with onions, peppers, or ham along with your meatloaf or grilled chicken, there is a world of difference between consuming pickle juice and drinking its juice - literally, pickle juice. The acidity of pickle juice contains a lot of vinegar, which can exacerbate your stomach acid if you drink too much. If this is an option you do not want to be ingesting, or if you have health problems that could pose a problem, it's best to stay clear of pickle juice and save your acid reflux, heartburn, and indigestion for an occasional glass of wine after dinner.

If you frequently experience heartburn, acid reflux or other acid reflux symptoms, chances are you've tried to cut back on certain foods, as well as having a few other health issues come up that have left you feeling lightheaded or listless. Many people find that if they simply avoid one or two of their favorite foods in the evening, they can feel better all day long. In addition, avoiding certain foods can lower your blood pressure, which in turn can help to prevent high blood pressure. If you've been dealing with some health issues recently, or if you're taking medications for any condition, it's important to talk to your doctor before you change your regular meals. While it's not good to completely eliminate any foods from your diet, you can pickle your favorite foods and enjoy those selections during the week, instead.

If you find that you can't get through your meal at times but still need to feel full, you can combine a glass of vinegar with some tomatoes or celery and pour the mixture over your food. It will add flavor without adding too much acid, but it can be hard to do if you don't like the taste of vinegar in your food. If you're feeling constipated and it's hard to eat a large amount of food, you can always pickle a couple of small pieces of food at a time so that you know that you'll be able to down a couple of servings at a time. You can even make pickle juice blends, consisting of cucumbers, carrots, radishes, leeks, and potatoes to suit any recipe.