Almost every adult will experience some acid reflux at some point in their life. Occasional heartburn is mostly an annoyance for people and is generally not a problem. People with persistent acid reflux symptoms should be tested for acid reflux disease, which is the malfunction of the lower esophageal sphincter muscles. This condition requires medical intervention and a specialized diet.
Food allergies are increasing worldwide for reasons that are not completely clear. Recent studies suggest that nearly 4 percent of adult Americans are afflicted with food allergies.This number is even higher for children. In both adults and children, food allergies may cause gastroesophageal reflux. The food allergy and acid reflux link has…