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If you have acid reflux or gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), you may spend mealtimes avoiding certain foods and drinks. These conditions cause stomach acid to leak back into the esophagus. GERD symptoms are affected by what you eat. The symptoms can include coughing, nausea, and hoarseness. Burping, sore throat, and regurgitation are also commonly associated with GERD. What you decide to incorporate or avoid in your diet can help relieve some of your symptoms. Beverages such as coffee, colas, and acidic juices often top the list of “don’ts.” These beverages may increase the risk of GERD symptoms. Instead, here’s what you should drink to help reduce symptoms.