Heartburn Diet Directory
Some foods are notorious for causing heartburn problems -- citrus, coffee, soda, wine, tomatoes, garlic, onion, and more. If your diet is triggering heartburn, try to avoid or limit the foods that are the major culprits. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how foods can cause heartburn, how to create a diet that does not trigger heartburn symptoms, and much more.
Treating Acid Reflux Disease With Diet and Lifestyle Changes
WebMD provides lifestyle and diet tips to help you control acid reflux.
Simple Steps to Soothe Heartburn
Does your chest feel like it’s on fire after a big meal? Learn why heartburn happens, who’s at risk, and how to stop -- and prevent -- the pain.
What Is Heartburn?
Find out what heartburn is, what causes it, and how long symptoms last.
Lifestyle Changes for Managing Heartburn
Discover tips and suggestions to help you manage symptoms of heartburn by adjusting your eating, sleeping and lifestyle habits.
Heartburn Prevention Tips for Spicy Food Lovers
You don’t have to stop eating spicy foods just because you have heartburn. Here are tips that can let you continue to enjoy those hot spicy dishes without igniting the heartburn fire inside.
Cooking Tips for Heartburn-Friendly Meals
Having heartburn doesn’t mean you have to give up eating well. WebMD offers you cooking tips you can use to prepare delicious, heartburn-friendly meals.
Foods That Fight Hearbturn
You know certain foods can give you heartburn. But did you know others can help control it?
Top 10 Heartburn Foods
WebMD examines the 10 most common foods that cause heartburn. From coffee and alcohol to tomatoes and grapefruit, here are helpful tips for avoiding foods -- no matter how enticing -- that may trigger heartburn.
Video: How to Avoid Heartburn
What foods trigger heartburn? Find out what causes it and how to relieve your pain when it strikes.
Avoid Foods That Cause Heartburn
Suffering from occasional heartburn or a more serious condition like GERD? Here are changes you can make to ease symptoms.
How much impact does weight have on heartburn / GERD?
WebMD Expert Answers. Dr. William Balistreri reports from Digestive Disease Week 2013.