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DIGESTIVE DISORDERS >> Recommended diet
There are certain foods that help indigestion. Eating these foods can not only help indigestion, but they can also prevent it before it occurs. Dairy products, such as milk and yogurt, are known for being foods that help indigestion. Mixing honey in your milk can also prevent symptoms of indigestion.

Neutral Foods

Some foods are neutral in terms of indigestion—they don’t contribute to it, but they don’t protect against it either. Examples of such foods include: apples, bananas, broccoli, carrots, peas, skinless chicken, extra-lean ground beef, London Broil, low-fat soy cheese, feta or goat cheese, fat-free sour cream, corn bread, pretzels, graham crackers, rice cakes, multi-grain or white bread, baked potato chips, licorice, and jelly beans.

Foods That Promote Indigestion

While there are some foods that help indigestion, there are also other foods that only contribute to it. Knowing which foods cause indigestion is perhaps even more important than knowing which foods help indigestion, because being aware of the foods that contribute to it means that it will be easier for you to avoid them or replace them with more suitable foods.

Diet suggestions and foods to avoid

  • Do not overeat and eat slowly
  • Coffee and alcohol
  • Carbonated drinks (with and without caffeine)
  • Fried food or foods high in fat
  • Pickled foods
  • Acidic foods such as citrus, onions and tomatoes, if these set off your heartburn.
  • Fruit should not necessarily be avoided unless they trigger your discomfort but eat the whole fruit and a avoid processed juices as these are more acidic
  • Peppermint and chocolate
  • Foods that you have discovered trigger your heartburn
  • Eat regularly, try not to miss meals
  • Small and frequent meals or snacks may be better tolerated
  • Do not eat large meals, especially late at night






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