Gastroesophageal reflux disease GERD is a common esophageal disorder that is characterized by troublesome symptoms associated with increased esophageal acid exposure. Cornerstones of therapy include acid suppressive agents like proton pump inhibitors PPI and lifestyle modifications including dietary therapy, although the latter is not well defined. As concerns regarding long term PPI use continue to be explored, patients and providers are becoming increasingly interested in the role of diet in disease management. The following is a review of dietary therapy for GERD with an emphasis on the effect food components have on pathophysiology and management. Although sequential dietary elimination of food groups is common, literature supports broader manipulation including reduction of overall sugar intake, increase in dietary fiber, and changes in overall eating practices. Most commonly, this is characterized by the presence of burning mid-sternal chest pain, regurgitation of fluid or food, or development of esophageal inflammation that may lead to swallowing dysfunction 2. Additionally, patients may experience extraesophageal manifestations including cough, bronchospasms, and hoarseness 3.
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Epidemiology of gastroesophageal reflux disease in Asia: a systematic review. Abstract Background: Although diet has been associated with gastro-oesophageal reflux disease GORD, the role of dietary components total energy, macro and micronutrients is unknown. The results showed that among total dietary factors, only percentage of energy from total protein was significantly associated with GERD. To the best of our knowledge, this is a preliminary study that examined the association of total diet as well as individual meals including large meals and snacks with GERD. Mizuta et al. Dietary intake of micronutrients was not associated with erosive esophagitis in this study. More interestingly, fat consumed at lunch provokes GERD symptoms; whilst at evening snack alleviates the symptoms. Subjects were instructed by a trained dietitian to consume their usual diet. Results are reported as mean and standard deviation or absolute frequency and percentage. Nebel et al[ 84 ]. Diet and risk of esophageal cancer by histologic type in a low-risk population.