Dr Oz: Acid Reflux Detox Recipes
Dr. Oz’s Acid Reflux Type Quiz is a great way to figure out what is causing your heartburn. Do you suffer from acid reflux? When are you most likely to experience that burning in your chest? After eating a heavy meal, eating dinner too fast, or drinking two double shot espressos. If you said a heavy meal, you may be the “food trigger” acid reflux type. If you answered eating too fast, you may be the “speedy eater” reflux type. Finally, if you answered the espressos, you may be the “caffeine trigger” acid reflux type. But now that you know what is causing your heartburn, what can you do about it? Dr. Oz shared a Purple Shake Recipe, a Green Shake Recipe and a bunch of tips for how to get rid of your Acid Reflux in two weeks. You will love the purple and green smoothie recipes on the next page…
Dr Oz: Alkaline Shake Recipe
Now that you know your acid reflux type, Dr James Rosser has a customized detox plan just for you. First, for those with the food trigger type, was to replace two meals per day with alkaline shakes. You also want to be sure you stop eating three hours before bed.
Dr Oz: Purple Smoothie Recipe
Dr Rosser explained that when you discuss acid reflux, you have to talk about acid-causing foods and alkaline foods. Acidic foods are bad and alkaline foods are good. Alkaline shakes are loaded with with alkaline foods. Click to the next page to find the recipes for both the purple and green alkaline shakes.
Dr Oz: Purple Shake Recipe
- 1 C blueberries
- 1 tbsp almond butter
- 1 C light coconut milk
- 1 handful spinach
- 1/2 tsp honey
Dr Oz: Green Shake Recipe
- 3 kale leaves
- 1/2 avocado
- 1 C coconut water
- 1-inch piece ginger
- 1/2 C mango chunks
But what about for the speed eater types?
How Long Should You Spend Eating Dinner?
if you’re the speedy eater type, there’s a good chance you wolf down your meals in 5-10 minutes. Instead, try to make every meal last 30 minutes. Dr Rosser explained that when you eat slowly, there’s no food backing up in your esophagus and there’s no pressure building up in the stomach. Eating too fast can cause gas, bloating, and other symptoms on top of acid reflux.
Dr Rosser suggested “going Euro” because in Europe, they don’t eat fast. It also helps to eat with someone because the more you talk, the slower you eat. You can also bring your own utensils or use small utensils. Dr Rosser believes those small changes can add up to big results.