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Old 02-11-2013, 08:52 AM   #1
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Too much oatmeal = heartburn

Who would of guessed? For a few weeks now for breakfast I have been eating oatmeal to try to lose weight. I figured it was healthy and filling, plus the fiber I needed. Often though, I ended up, like just now with terrible heartburn but I never put two and two together.

I just googled oatmeal and there is all sorts of information about how it can and will give you heartburn if you eat too much of it. Guess like the saying goes... too much of a good thing isn't always the best. Or whatever way the saying goes.
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Who would of guessed? For a few weeks now for breakfast I have been eating oatmeal to try to lose weight. I figured it was healthy and filling, plus the fiber I needed. Often though, I ended up, like just now with terrible heartburn but I never put two and two together.

I just googled oatmeal and there is all sorts of information about how it can and will give you heartburn if you eat too much of it. Guess like the saying goes... too much of a good thing isn't always the best. Or whatever way the saying goes.
Are you eating packaged oatmeal? It is usually something in the oatmeal and not the oatmeal. Also, some people are allergic and or if you have celiac disease it is off limits. Also if you make it from milk it could be a lactose reaction versus the oatmeal.

Hope you feel better soon.
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I eat steel cut oats and have no problem. They are not instant or quick to cook. I put bluberries in it when it's hot and the warm blueberries pop when I eat them. Yum!
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I just take an OTC acid reducer every day. Bread or coffee can do that to me.
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I eat steel cut oats and have no problem. They are not instant or quick to cook. I put bluberries in it when it's hot and the warm blueberries pop when I eat them. Yum!
DH eats steel-cut oats 6 mornings a week! A pain to prepare, but he loves it!
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Are you eating packaged oatmeal? It is usually something in the oatmeal and not the oatmeal. Also, some people are allergic and or if you have celiac disease it is off limits. Also if you make it from milk it could be a lactose reaction versus the oatmeal.

Hope you feel better soon.
Thank you. It is quick cooking oats. As far a celiac disease. Not sure what that is and if I could be suffering from it. Have to look that up. I drink allot of milk so I doubt it could be a lactose reaction.


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I just take an OTC acid reducer every day. Bread or coffee can do that to me.
Didn't think about that. I also have my coffee every day and if I over do it with coffee I get heart burn. Uh duh.... Sometimes my brain isn't working.
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I used to have the same problem-I went to gluten free oatmeal and never have any problems!
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