Can I use digestive enzymes if I have acid reflux?

If you experience acid reflux, the stomach may be coated with toxic residue, which results in inadequate amounts of digestive juices required to efficiently break apart the nutrients from foods. A digestive enzyme will help relieve acid reflux by breaking apart the toxins blocking normal digestion.
 
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