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    My vote is for tryptophan.  Tryptophan has been shown to help Gerd without increasing melatonin. Tryptophan can be transformed into melatonin or into niacin as the body needs.  Tryptophan is water soluble. Any excess your body doesn't need will be excreted. Melatonin independent protective role of l-tryptophan in experimental reflux esophagitis in rats https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.g...
    It's been a little over a month for you, but it can take two years to recover: Keep a food diary for other foods that may be causing you issues, for example main celiacs can't have dairy until their guts are fully healed. 
    Yes - he has a very good diet overall with lots of chicken, fresh veggies and rice/potatoes. We have not ruled out other allergens yet but I am pretty sure his diet is gluten-free based on the nurse reviewing all his current meals with me. Thanks for your feedback.