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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.
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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Is it chocolate flavored? Chocolate is a known trigger of acid reflux and drinking a chocolate protein shake usually triggers mine.
Honestly I’ve found the issue to be the milk or water mixed with it. Almond milk has been best for me
I’ve been using oat milk because they can’t have any nut products at school. Do the 1 last update 04 Jun 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.
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.