10. Calcium supplement
Calcium is good for your bones, but it may also help decrease acid reflux, especially if you suffer from it on a regular basis. Calcium helps tighten the lower esophageal sphincter. If the esophageal sphincter is tighter, it can prevent acid from traveling back up your esophagus. One of the most effective ways to take calcium is a preparation of calcium citrate powder. Place 250 mg of the powder in a glass of water and drink it four times a day for a total dose of 1000 mg. Keep in mind, this type of calcium will not act as an antacid.