Food triggers play key role in acid reflux, expert says

11/5/2012 | Huffington Post, The

Acid reflux can be caused by a faulty valve linking the stomach and the esophagus, but New York University associate professor in endocrinology Loren Greene said food triggers, such as tomatoes or garlic, also are a problem. Eating foods containing caffeine, alcohol, mint, chocolate, citrus or vinegar also can lead to reflux symptoms.

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