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It's a myth that gastric enzymes change the digestive tone or decreases gastric juices.
However, despite the presence of elevated gastric enzymes in cases of middle ear effusion, gastric reflux has not been shown to play a significant role in acute posttympanostomy otorrhea.
This is not necessarily a safe assumption to make; although many food allergens are indeed stable during digestion, many other major allergens are broken down by gastric enzymes, and these cannot be detected in the digestion stability assays.
Whereas some researchers have proposed that gastric enzymes play a major role in first-pass metabolism (Lim et al.