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April 3, by Admin. In just the last couple of years, people have been going crazy for gluten-free diets even non-Celiacs! While cutting out gluten has little to no health benefit for people without a gluten-intolerance, going gluten-free has been noted to alleviate the symptoms in patients with certain intestinal or GI conditions, such as IBS. This news has raised questions about whether a gluten-free diet might reduce the symptoms of other chronic GI conditions, such as GERD. In addition to this, an article published in the September issue of Diseases of The Esophagus noted several studies that had shown that a gluten-free diet could efficiently reduce the symptoms of GERD and reduce recurrence. Despite these studies and many other personal testimonies of individuals who swear for going gluten-free for GERD, most experts find that the gluten-GERD link is no link at all. They believe that the similar esophageal symptoms are only due to the damage both diseases unleash upon the intestines and that any other similarities or gluten-free diet improvement to symptoms are merely coincidental. Studies like the ones mentioned above are sparse and there are many more that have shown the opposite. A reflux surgeon will probably point to the fact that GERD and Celiac Disease are caused by completely different factors and stem from different areas of the gastrointestinal system, therefore going gluten-free is unlikely to improve the symptoms of GERD.