If you had an empty feeling in the stomach or the food you eat start to provoke a burning sensation in the chest, you're probably starting the process of gastrointestinal mucosal irritation caused by the same hydrochloric acid secreted by mucosa of the stomach to digest food. This process is called heartburn.
Before this process caused by multiple factors such as the presence of a hiatal hernia, prolonged fasting coupled with the consumption of large amounts of alcohol, coffee, spicy food with lots of fat, or gallbladder problems, stress and deficiency enzymes.
Generally we seek a solution to the unrest, in antacids, which usually relieve symptoms temporarily, without solving the problem digestive background, which leads to an abuse in the use of these substances, and this in turn leads to an offset in several minerals such as sodium, calcium, magnesium and aluminum depending on the type of antacid consumed.
A simple way to manage heartburn without resorting to antacids, is to keep a good diet plan where you removed the aforementioned factors, such as prolonged fasting and abuse of irritants, and include foods that help us counter the acidity among which are primarily potatoes, also oats, sweet potatoes, brown rice, papaya, mango, banana, carrot, chayote, green leaves, almonds, chicken and fish are some of the foods that should be eaten when heartburn hits.