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I'm almost at 3 months post op. Is it ok to have a cup of low acid coffee in the morning?

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Info from my nutritionist said Decaf coffee, or after 3 months one cup of caffeinated coffee per day. I drink decaf all the time because regular coffee cause me to have high blood pressure.

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Yeah you should have no problems

Cold Brew coffee is low acid.

French Roasts are low acid.

I drink probably 10 cups of coffee a day. First year I was acid sensitive. Not anymore

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At 3 months out I was drinking regular coffee with no issues. Everyone's stomach is going to be a little different. I haven't heard of anything worse than some irritation.

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I too started drinking coffee again just days after surgery. The only way to know for sure how you'll tolerate it is to try some and see how you do. Be careful and good luck!

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I found some good coffee that's acid-free and we started carrying it in the BariatricPal Store. It's called Tyler's acid-free coffee. You can check it out at https://store.bariatricpal.com/collections/tylers-coffee .

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I am two months out and I started drinking Decaf low acid coffee with no problems. Simpatico makes a terrific decaf low acid coffee! It tastes better than the Starbucks brand I used to have every morning.

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I never knew there was any coffee restriction. I drink Decaf, but not at home everyday, really just on vacation the past two weeks. No problems.

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