Tomato juice room escape walkthrough

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Question by Sheila S: tomatoes can I eat tomatoes in a salad?
I want to know if I can eat tomatoes in a salad and is salad good for me with a hiatal hernia . Can I have a beer? I like to drink something hot can I have herbal tea

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Answer by Cathrine
Yes yes n yes

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  1. Yeah

  2. Yes to everything, except the beer question because that depends on your age. If you’re 18, then go ahead.

  3. So many questions are there.
    1.Tomatoes are good for health.You can use those in salad.
    2.Regarding beer,it is your option.
    3.Herbal tea is OK,if it is actually herbal.

  4. The acidity in the tomatoes may bother you. My grandmother has a hiatal hernia and had to give up acidy ttpe foods.

    Not sure about the beer.

    Try it once and see if it goes okay. Or lgoogle more info.

  5. I would avoid tomatoes. I just discovered I have an ulcer and learned that stress, caffeine, coffee, alcohol, tomatoes, citrus (oranges, grapefruit, ect.) black tea and cigarettes are the main triggers. Learn more about your condition through your doctor.

  6. Tomatoes contain acid which could aggravate your hiatal hernia. Beer contains alcohol which can also aggravate your hiatal hernia. The herbal tea is fine. With the beer and tomatoes it will take a bit of trial and error. If they bother you, don’t eat them again. Not everyone with a hiatal hernia suffers from acid reflux.

    The following foods are highly acidic and/or may weaken the lower esophageal sphincter, making it easier for stomach acids to back up into your esophagus:

    Citrus foods, such as oranges, grapefruits, and lemons, and orange juice, grapefruit juice, cranberry juice, and lemonade
    Fatty and fried foods, such as fried chicken and fatty cuts of meat
    Garlic and onions
    Spicy food
    Peppermint and spearmint
    Tomato-based foods such as spaghetti sauce, pizza, chili, salsa, and tomato juice
    Coffee, tea (including decaffeinated versions), and alcohol
    Carbonated beverages
    Dairy products, such as whole milk, ice cream, and creamed food. Try soy milk; it may be a good milk substitute. Also, mild cheeses, like feta or goat, may be enjoyed in moderation, or more often if you can tolerate them.
    Oil and butter

  7. Tomotoes have a lot of acid.Herbal tea is good.

  8. Those are all questions you should ask your health care provider since you have a health condition.

    Garnering advice from anyone else could cause you a great deal of discomfort/complications.

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