edkrueger wrote:Oh. Ready to drink. The Japanese ready to drink market is "traditional" in the since its unflavored and unsweetened. As far as health effects I don't think it would be much different than traditional tea.
Maneki Neko wrote:Now, after a bowl of cereals and almond milk, I'm brewing my new sencha
victoria3 wrote: Chip wrote:...So it is hard to draw a conclusion that Japanese tea is responsible for the high GERD.
Yes, I agree with you.
Maneki Neko wrote: I've also almost eliminated milk products. But some of the symptoms, like bloating and gas, seem to stay
Maneki Neko wrote:Ok, it's worth trying Although it is very hard for me to avoid wheat. I'd have to cook separate meals for me and my husband for instance. Or eat curries with a spoon, which is going to be too spicy We generally eat it with flatbread or rotis.
There are other reasons why wheat could cause symptoms, besides celiac (which I don't have, for they took a biopsy there during the gastroscopy). I've learned there are certain complex sugars in wheat and legumes that are hard to digest for some people.