(650) 342-7432

100 S. Ellsworth Ave.
Suite 507
San Mateo, CA 94401
(650) 342-7432

Coffee, tea, and carbonated beverages not only over-relax the esophageal sphincter, which keeps stomach acid confined to the stomach, but they also can act as diuretics, which can lead to diarrhea and cramping. Caffeinated beverages can be a particular problem, especially for people with gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). If you have GERD or heartburn, you should avoid mint tea; it can, however, also calm the stomach.

 

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100 S. Ellsworth Ave
Suite 507
San Mateo CA, 94401