It's easy to get answers about health and nutrition! Just send your question by email to firstname.lastname@example.org and Dr. Harlan will respond to selected questions of general interest. Answers will be posted in the Ask Dr. Gourmet newsletter (sign up now!) and archived in the Ask Dr. Gourmet section of the website.
Will apple cider vinegar help
my acid reflux while I am on Coumadin (warfarin)?
Can I freeze your GERD-friendly tomato sauce?
Is there a connection between high acid blood levels and high blood glucose levels?
Will sushi provoke GERD / Acid Reflux?
Would adding baking soda to chili to make it GERD-friendly ruin the taste of the chili?
Why do some of your recipes contain GERD triggers when they're marked 'GERD safe'?
For some folks exercising can be a trigger for GERD (acid reflux). As with most triggers, however, exercise may affect some and not others. The general recommendation is to not exercise too soon after eating. Start slow with something simple, like walking, and keep a diary of your symptoms so that you can learn what will be a trigger for you.
Here are some links to resources here on DrGourmet.com that you might find helpful:
Thanks for writing,
Timothy S. Harlan, MD, FACP