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I have a little kid with GERD as a result of an anatomical condition she was born with. She’s on PPI’s and she’s had a Nissen but it still flairs up occasionally.

Her reflux seems to be worsening lately after being fairly well controlled for a year and a half or so. Since she’s eating less as a result of the reflux, her GI suggested I send her to school with a protein smoothie every day. I’m just noticing more reflux and I’m wondering if it’s because of the protein powder. I’m using a hemp protein powder.

It’s hard for me to pinpoint food triggers because she obviously doesn’t have amazing communication about these things given she’s four.

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3 points · 1 year ago

I've never tried protein powders, but definitely check if it's chocolate flavored. Chocolate is a big acid reflux trigger for me.

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4 pointsGerd Inflamming Bladder Cause Acid Reflux (👍 How To Get Rid) | Gerd Inflamming Bladder Home Remedies Forhow to Gerd Inflamming Bladder for · 1 year ago

Is it high in fat? Chocolate? Try Raw Fusion's vanilla or unflavored protein powder. Whey is bad for my GERD https://www.refluxgate.com/ultimate-guide-to-lpr-causes-and-treatment This, and Dr Jamie Koufman's books on GERD and LPR - helped me more than any Doctor I met. Her 2 week diet is great. USE THIS. Good luck!

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2 points · 1 year ago

Is it chocolate flavored? Chocolate is a known trigger of acid reflux and drinking a chocolate protein shake usually triggers mine.

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Original Poster1 point · 1 year ago

It’s just unflavoured. But I didn’t know that about chocolate! Good to know!

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Honestly I’ve found the issue to be the milk or water mixed with it. Almond milk has been best for me

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I’ve been using oat milk because they can’t have any nut products at school. Do the 1 last update 06 Jul 2020 you find dairy makes it worse? She does drink cows milk. Maybe I should switch.I’ve been using oat milk because they can’t have any nut products at school. Do you find dairy makes it worse? She does drink cows milk. Maybe I should switch.

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Original Poster1 point · 1 year ago

I have the same issue with whey and soy myself. I’ll try a pea based one next.

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1 point · 1 year ago

Not sure about protein powder, but Ensure shakes definitely are a trigger for me. The ingredients list is huge so I didn't bother trying to figure out what it was that was triggering me. I suspect some artificial flavors or preservatives could be a trigger since I get some problems with preflavored oatmeal, while I do fine on plain oatmeal that I add honey to. You might try a different kind of powder or something with a significantly shorter ingredients list to pinpoint which ingredient is causing trouble.

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