Certainly! There are a number of superfoods that you can consume to help ease heartburn.

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Its high-fiber content can help absorb stomach acid, offering relief for some individuals.

Oatmeal

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Ginger is also Known for its anti-inflammatory properties, ginger can soothe the digestive tract and potentially reduce heartburn discomfort.

Ginger

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Bananas

Banana is a Low-acid fruits that can coat the esophagus and stomach lining, potentially reducing irritation.

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Non-citrus fruits like honeydew, cantaloupe, and watermelon are typically low in acid and may be easier on the stomach.

Melons

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Non-acidic options such as carrots, green beans, and sweet potatoes are generally gentler on the digestive system.

Vegetables

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Fennel seeds or tea are believed to aid digestion and potentially lower stomach acid levels.

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Skinless chicken or turkey breasts, when prepared without added fat, are generally well-tolerated and lower in fat than red meat.

Poultry

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Low in fat and a good source of protein, egg whites can be a suitable option for those prone to heartburn.

Egg Whites

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Apples, pears, and berries (like strawberries and blueberries) are low in acidity and might be less likely to trigger heartburn.

Non-Citrus Fruits

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While not a food in itself, aloe vera juice, when taken in moderation, is believed to have soothing properties for the digestive tract and might help ease heartburn discomfort.

Aloe Vera