For reduction of classic acid reflux symptoms, your doctor may suggest over-the-counter or prescription medications, but they do not stop the reflux from occurring. Diet and lifestyle changes can have a big impact when it comes to helping you feel better.
Gluten sensitivities have gotten a lot of attention in the past few years; most of us have a friend or family member who has gone gluten-free. But for people living with celiac disease, eliminating gluten isn’t a choice—it’s a necessity.
Occasional acid reflux, or heartburn, is fairly common. But when it graduates to gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD)—reflux that involves a more significant amount of acid, occurs at least twice per week and interferes with daily life—the pain and inconvenience may be too much to “just deal with.”