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Is Gluten Intolerance Causing Your Acid Reflux Symptoms?

Have you noticed more gluten-free products on the shelves at the grocery store? Or maybe you’ve spotted the words “gluten-free” on the menu at your favorite restaurant. Gluten intolerance is linked with many chronic symptoms, including acid reflux. If you suffer from acid reflux symptoms, consider if gluten is a factor.


Take a look at these possible symptoms of gluten intolerance to see how your symptoms match up.

  • Nutritional deficiencies due to poor absorption
  • Indigestion (bloating, pain, gas, constipation, diarrhea)
  • Joint Pain
  • Eczema
  • Head aches
  • Fatigue
  • Irritability
  • Fertility issues like irregular menstrual cycle and miscarriage
  • Cramping, tingling and numbness
  • Slow infant and child growth
  • Dental problems



Growing awareness is leading more and more people to identify their gluten intolerances and make dietary changes. And, these people are seeing many of their long-term, chronic symptoms disappear. Dr. Oz agrees that gluten can lead to many health problems.

With the Functional Nutrition approach to health, overall patterns like gluten intolerance can be recognized and addressed, leading to lasting relief.


Next Steps

Click here to take Dr. Rose’s Nutritional Profile Quiz and get an overview of what your nutritional imbalances could be. You’ll get your results immediately.


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Dr. Marina Rose has helped people with acid reflux symptoms, gluten intolerance and other challenging, chronic health conditions in and around the city of Sunnyvale, CA.



  • Amanda

    Reply Reply July 24, 2013

    I had no idea gluten intolerence could cause all those things, like dental problems and miscarriage and even irritablilty. My sister was diagnosed with celiac and I thought it just caused stomach upset. It’s hard to find good informations. Thanks for your blog!

    • Marina Rose

      Reply Reply July 24, 2013

      Amanda, thanks for your post. Changing your diet is essential if you’ve been tested and found positive for gluten intolerance. You may also want to talk to your health care provider about doing some targeted support for rebuilding your intestinal lining that got damaged over the years. Researchers have found that your neurotransmitters (your brain chemistry) come mostly from your gut. So you want to help it heal and rebuild.

    • Marina Rose

      Reply Reply July 31, 2013

      Gluten intolerance can affect so many systems because the gut inflammation means you are less able to absorb nutrients. If your sister has celiac you might want to get yourself tested too.

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