Research Results Applicable for Children?

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Topic Title: Research Results Applicable for Children?
Created On: 05/27/2010 09:07 AM

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 06/23/2010 05:51 PM

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davidjames

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I would try to keep them away from processed foods, such as candy bars, processed fibers, (granola bars, cereal, etc) potato chips, processed breads (fresh bread seems OK)

In other words, if you read the back of the label and there are a ton of ingredients that you don't know what they are, avoid them.

Hope that helps...



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 06/07/2010 12:35 PM

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Body1Michelle

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I would certainly explore lifestyle solutions first. Whether they should lose weight depends on how much they weight to begin with. It's important that they keep a healthy weight.

Some treatment options include:

Eat smaller more frequent meals.

Stick to a special diet that avoids acid stimulating foods and beverages. Of course, they won't be happy to learn that this list of foods includes ice cream, french fries, and chocolate.

Don't eat within two hours of bedtime.

They could also keep a record of what they eat and when their heartburn is better or worse. This will allow them to determine what food and drink does and doesn't work well with their bodies.

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 05/27/2010 09:07 AM

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cvwarner

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Several young cousins of mine have experienced Acid Reflux from birth, I wonder if weight loss and exercise would similarly reduce the extremity of the condition in young children as adults.

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