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November 03, 2020 3 min read

For any who have had a sleepless night due to unbalanced stomach acid, you realize it can be a significant cause of discomfort. Next time, before reaching for potentially harmful traditional treatments, consider eating foods that decrease stomach acids. A change in diet may support a better nights rest!


Your stomach is highly specialized to keep stomach acid where it belongs. The body naturally functions in a way to keep stomach acid neutral. Some factors that can contribute to an overly acidic stomach include:

  • Eating on the go or too fast
  • High levels of stress
  • Too much fat at one time
  • Greasy fast foods
  • Too much acidic foods like tomatoes and many citrus fruits
  • Drinking soda or acidic beverages like cranberry or grapefruit juices
  • Processed and refined foods with artificial flavors and sweeteners

As a first step in neutralizing stomach acid, work to remove the triggers that lead to occasional discomfort. If it happens regularly you should discuss with your physician. We are all guilty of indulging in foods that we like that can result in burning sensation, whether chocolate cake or stewed tomatoes. If you are ready for a change in eating habits, here are five types of foods to decrease stomach acids and provide relief:


Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple cider vinegar (ACV) is an alkaline producing vinegar. In fact, though acidic, raw organic apple cider vinegar becomes alkaline when consumed. It has acetic acid, a natural acidic component, and enzymes that help to break down foods, especially proteins, and reduce acidity. It also helps to quickly relieve stomach acid.


This particular dairy product is not only good for you, it can provide a soothing relief to an acidic stomach. Yogurt has a high probiotic content which is very good for gut health. Probiotics are the ‘good’ bacteria found in the digestive tract. Eating yogurt daily can boost the immune system as well as benefit your digestive health and mood through the gut-brain axis.


A banana is an alkaline-based fruit that can balance acidic levels in your digestive system. They also work to coat the esophageal lining, which aids in combating the burn of excess stomach acid - the acid released from the stomach up to the esophagus. Bananas are also high in pectin, a soluble fiber that helps to digest food more quickly to prevent less acid build up.


Raw Vegetables

There’s nothing wrong with a good salad on any day, but one with raw vegetables high in natural alkaline can greatly benefit the digestive system. A salad of leafy greens and lettuces, carrots and cucumbers, or celery and asparagus are good foods to reduce stomach acids from flaring up and prevent inflammation around the clock. Not only are raw vegetables a preventive measure, but they are also a treatment. A hearty salad can satisfy your hunger, help to decrease stomach acid, and prevent indigestion symptoms.


Aloe Vera Gel

Aloe Vera is well-known for its topical applications in treatingtoo much sun exposure, minor cuts and abrasions. However, Aloe Vera supports general wellness throughout the digestive track due to its acid buffering and soothing properties and can even effect mood through the gut brain axis. Much of that can be attributed to Aloe Vera’s many compounds.  The plant's malic-calcium helps rapidly buffer stomach acid. The plant contains several enzymes which aid in breaking down fats and sugars that contribute to supporting healthy digestion. It contains two active constituents - glycoproteins and polysaccharides that help to ensure the proper digestion of food. When consumed as a drink, many users report a pleasant soothing sensation of the digestive system. 


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