I am off tomatoes and onions as I know these are bad foods for reflux. My diet is a combination of gluten free and acid reflux diet (low acid, low fat, low carb, low sugar). If I want something carb related (and not everyday), I make sure it is gluten free. For example, I am able to tolerate brown rice, so I have gluten free marshmellow bars for a treat, gluten free brown rice pasta for a meal (with olive oil and salt, sometimes a pinch of some fat free cheese) or gluten free brown rice chips for a snack. Most of the time I am eating lean protein, vegetables and frutis that are non acidic, almonds, red protatoes. I eat organic also and chew gum constantly. I am also taking papaya enzymes, B12, vitamin D, magnesium, omega 3 fish oil, and Nexium 40mg. The other night my husband made a gluten free and dairy free cake(we used almond milk) for my mom's birthday (so I could have some) and i was fine. I had a small slice, if I had eaten half the cake I am sure I would not be fine! I also sleep with a bed wedge and do not eat past 7pm.
I went on my honeymoon and was able to stay on the diet. It was hard and awkward at times. I had to talk to the waiters to make sure they prepared my dinenrs without seasoning or sauces and I mostly ate fruit for breakfast, fruit, lean protein and a potatoe for lunch or a salad, and a lean protein with vegetables like carrots and broccoli for dinners. You have to get creative. I will use honey as a maranade and put it on chicken or turkey and then crush some almonds up and coat it in that and bake it. Pretty good. You get used to it. I went from a size 6/8 to a size 2. I am probably healthier than most people I know who are eating whatever and drinking whatever.