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    Trents, You might not be able to get a true pH number now that you are taking PPIs....official tests require you to be off PPIs for approx. 4 days or more ...this will cause horrible hypersecretion the 2nd day and why people get "locked in". ...the official test is a heidelbel capsule test. the dr. jockers article tells you of a couple of home remedies you can do test to see whether your stomach acid is low or not ...not ...how  low...that will take "an official test". https://drj
    Meat and dairy seem to be the easiest things for me to digest. I know that is the opposite of many peoples' experience. I can do essentially all veggies as long as they are cooked well. I don't do good with "woody" things.   Posterboy, sometimes it just boils down to pick your poison. None of us likes taking these prescription meds but it might be the better of two evils. And how would one determine what the PH of the gut is, anyway? Whether or not it's below 3.0? 
    Cyclinglady and Trents, Your experience is very similar to what the research shows. From this link on "acid suppression and allergic reactions" and why I posted it so other's could read it and ponder whether their acid reducers are contributing to their allergic reactions. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5464390/ quoting "The influence on IgE induction and skewing the immune response towards Th2 was confirmed for another subclass of H2-receptor blockers.[70]
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