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Does sesame seeds cause acid reflux

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Acid reflux is primarily caused by an imbalance in stomach acids, most commonly due to low stomach acid (which seems counter intuitive). Sesame seeds are alkaline, where when they are consumed enough can potentially lower the pH level of stomach acid. The resulting low stomach acid will allow the acid to then travel up the esophagus causing acid reflux.

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While an excess of anything is always harmful, overconsumption of sesame seeds can cause anaphylaxis. This may cause breathing issues, vomiting, and in severe cases lead to diarrhea.

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I haven’t come across of anyone having a trouble because of sesame seeds, but I read somewhere that its regular intake may cause a stomach ache.

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