Inability to Gain Weight and Reflux Persist

Over the years, I have seen thousands of patients with gluten sensitivity.  I have helped them understand the condition, understand the diet changes necessary, and walked them through the process.  It has been very rewarding to see these people (many on their death beds) get better and have a chance at a healthy happy life.  Today, I wanted to share this powerful story success story with you about one of our fans who implemented the information from Gluten Free Society into her son’s diet and lifestyle…

A friend of ours was on facebook one day and began chatting with me. I told her about Patrick and she suggested that I check out a new website on gluten sensitivity, Gluten Free Society.org. I am so grateful to her that I did. This website has changed our life. Dr. Osborne, the doctor who started up this website has amazing insight into the gluten free diet. He is trying to change the way people look at living gluten free. Based on studies, he claims that there is gluten in ALL GRAINS, including those deemed safe on a typical gluten free diet such as corn and rice.

Once we eliminated corn and rice from our already gluten free diet, Patrick began to gain weight and got over his acid reflux overnight. It was a miracle!

Patrick is not the only person to have persistent issues with reflux or weight gain after going to a traditional gluten free diet.

Remember that their are a lot of differences between the traditional gluten free diet and a TRUE gluten free diet.  These differences can determine and influence the outcome of your health.  If you are on a failed gluten free diet, frustrated, at the end of your rope, and sick and tired of feeling sick and tired, check out the Glutenology Health Matrix video and get the help you need to restore your health.

All the best,

Dr. O

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9 responses on “How Patrick Was Able to Gain Weight and Defeat Acid Reflux

  1. Kevin Baker says:

    My mother had Celiac disease – and died of ALS.

  2. Cenia Parsons says:

    This was very interesting. I have terrible neuropathy, two siblings died of MS, my oldest daughter is suffering with ALS, and two grandchildren have Celiac disease. The grandchildren come from different children.

  3. Hank says:

    I’m.real tired of being able not to eat and tired of feeling sick all The time.. I’m. 39 and would love to fix this.. What can I do tho hey read of my reflux..please help

  4. Luann Mallen says:

    I’m a 61 year old women. I suffer from anxiety which trigged my acid reflux and lost some weight. I’m frustrated because I want to gain weight back but I don’t have a problem with gluten. What foods would be good to gain weight back.

    • Luann,
      You might want to try going gluten free first. The combination of anxiety and acid reflux with inability to gain weight sounds a lot like a gluten problem. Try the diet in No Grain No Pain (the book) for 30 days and get back with me on your results.
      All the best,
      Dr. O

  5. Lisa A. says:

    Dr. O. I have a very similar problem: anxiety which trigged my acid reflux and lost weight in 3 weeks. I’m have also been underweight due to having a fast metabolism all my life. I’m frustrated because I want to gain weight back but do not know if I have a problem gluten. What foods would be good to gain weight back as my anxiety is causing weight lose.

  6. Julie says:

    My 18 year old son was diagnosed with gastritis and bile reflux. He is 6’5″, 178 pounds, and spends alot of time at the gym. He has lost 8 lbs in 2 months, is constantly nauseous, and has no appetite. The doctor has put him on Nexium, but it seems to be a band-aid that is not addressing the root cause. Any suggestions? Thanks so much!

  7. AB says:

    I was recently diagnosed with acid reflux within the last month. . My aniexty also triggered ‘this I need to gain weight plus I am experiencing constipation. How can I tackle these issues . I would like to get on a probiotic or yogurt but not sure having acid reflux what I should do. I know the gut needs to have healthy bacteria correct? What can one take dealing with reflux. My Doctor has me on ompersole not sure if I like taking this. However my reflux is bad. Thank you

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