Simple Swaps for a Heartburn-Free Tailgate

If you're really craving tailgate fare, try these swaps to keep GERD at bay.
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It's game day

Tailgates bring picnic tables' worth of tempting snacks. Though different foods aggravate gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) in different people, there are some universal trigger foods you want to limit—citrus fruits, fried foods, liquor, and fatty meats.

Always opt for the high-fiber, low-fat options, but if you're really craving football fare, try these swaps to keep GERD at bay.

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