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  • Q&A with Australian Health Practitioners

    What is the recommended diet for someone with Barrett's oesophagus?

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    What behaviours and foods should I avoid if I have been diagnosed with Barrett's oesophagus? (what foods increase chance of reflux?)
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  • Chris Fonda

    Dietitian, Nutritionist, Sports Dietitian

    As an Accredited Sports Dietitian, APD and athlete (springboard diver), Chris has both professional and personal experience in sport at the sub-elite and elite level.Chris … View Profile

    You want to avoid foods that can cause irritation such as excess caffeine, spices, alcohol, and cola-based beverages. You want to consume smaller meals and reduce the amount of fat in your diet and avoid high fatty foods. Try not to consume fluids with your meals or try not to drink large volumes with meals. If you suspect that certain foods may aggravate your reflux a food and symptom diary may be helpful to determine the culprit food. An Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD) can help you with this and ensure your diet is nutritionally adequate.

    In general a normal healthy diet making sure you achieve a good balance through variety of different foods such as fruit and veg, low fat dairy and lean meals, and whole-grain breads, cereals, pasta and rice is encouraged. To find an APD that can help you with your symptoms visit the Dietitians Association of Australia's website: www.daa.asn.au and click on find and APD tab in the top right of the screen.

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