A burning sensation in the stomach or heartburn can be caused by nausea and regurgitation of gastric contents. Not everyone responds in the same way to the same foods, so it is recommended to keep track of what you eat in order to detect which foods are responsible for the worsening of heartburn.


Avoid wearing tight-fitting clothing.

Spread your meals over five or six small meals and avoid eating small meals in larger quantities.

A minimum of 45 minutes in an upright position. Do not lie down immediately.

Avoid fatty foods (butter, fatty cold meats, baked goods, etc.) and fried foods.
Avoid citrus or acidic foods, such as oranges, lemons, strawberries, pineapple, kiwi, tomatoes, etc.
Avoid coffee, tea, carbonated drinks and alcoholic beverages.
Avoid chocolate.
Avoid foods or preparations with strong seasonings such as onion, garlic, chilli, hot paprika, curry, etc.
Avoid drinking lots of fluids during meals.

In some people, they can make heartburn worse.