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What foods can kill H pylori and heal your stomach?...

I’m often asked what foods can kill H pylori, and for several reasons it’s not that easy of a question to answer. Some foods can definitely kill H pylori and this is shown in the scientific literature. But there is a big difference between killing H pylori in a test tube or lab dish and killing it once it is in the human digestive system. Furthermore, it’s not easy to know precisely how much of a food needs to be eaten to actually eradicate H pylori. Foods that kill H pylori include: Cranberries Broccoli sprouts Certain berries (e.g. blackberries)...

Foods to eat when you have H pylori and a bad tummy...

I’m often asked what foods to eat when you have H pylori, and for several reasons it’s not that easy of a question to answer. It may be more important to consider foods to avoid when you have H pylori rather than the ones you eat. Why? Simply because some commonly eaten foods can make H pylori symptoms much worse, and make it harder to eradicate H pylori infections. Foods such as refined vegetable oils, gluten, cow’s milk, soy, sugary foods, processed carbohydrate, alcohol, processed meats and spicy foods should all be eaten with caution if you have an...

The problem with antacid medications (part one)

Are you presently taking antacid or acid blocking medications? If so, you’re not alone because these drugs are some of the highest selling in medical history. Unfortunately, their long-term use can cause fatigue, Candida overgrowth, bloating, SIBO, constipation, depression, headaches and many other problems. They may even increase your risk of developing kidney problems, cardiovascular disease and osteoporosis. There is a dark side to acid blocking medications, which isn’t explained clearly enough by doctors. It is my hope that you feel more informed about the dangers of acid blockers by the end of this two part article. Acid blocking...

The serious genetic disease we all have…

Did you know that you actually have a serious genetic disease? It’s called “I can’t make vitamin C disease” and as far as science knows, it affects every single human on the planet. Doctors rarely, if ever talk about it, which is a shame because what you don’t know about this disease can hurt you in many ways. Fortunately, there is a cure, and it’s easier than you might think. Here’s the scoop: We humans are genetically unable to make vitamin C ! Nearly all other mammals and reptiles can make their own vitamin C. Moreover, they manufacture it...

How a visceral osteopath can help your digestion

Before I launch into this interesting article, I’m pleased to announce that I’m now running clinics in both London and Leeds, in addition to our phone and Skype consulting service. You learn more about the benefits of a consult here. Let’s talk about the elusive visceral osteopath. So, how on earth can an osteopath – who treats bones and joints (right?) – help with your digestion? Well, it’s all about a really cool technique known as ‘visceral osteopathy.’ As you know, I advocate a holistic approach to improving wellness, and this is especially the case for digestive health. I...

How to overcome anaemia

In order to overcome anaemia, you have to know two things: First, what kind of anaemia do you have? Second, why do you have it in the first place? Once you know the answers to these questions, overcoming anaemia isn’t that difficult in most cases. I want to be very clear that anaemia is very common, much more common than your doctor will tell you. In fact, I’d say that fully 50% of my clients have some form of anaemia or mild nutrient deficiency. The consequences of not dealing with this can be profound because the nutrient deficiencies that...

Anaemia could be making you feel tired, so what can you do about it?...

If you’re feeling tired, lethargic, depressed, listless and unmotivated, or if your skin is pale, or even if you’ve noticed more headaches, your memory and concentration declining or tingling and numbness in your arms and legs, it could be anaemia. Anaemia is a major issue, but the trouble is that it’s not being properly tested by docs. I’ll explain why shortly, and I’ll also let you know about a brand new blood testing service we’ve developed to make sure you get the most out of your blood work. Please read to the end as this information is critically important...

Do your fingernails chip, peel or break easily?

Fingernails that chip, peel or break easily are a sign of low stomach acid, a damaged intestine and a number of nutritional deficiencies including trace minerals, protein and essential fatty acids. The nutrient deficiencies are caused by poor eating habits and an inability to digest food due to low stomach acid and poor pancreatic function. Low stomach acid is a really common problem and leads to lots of digestive complaints, including: H. pylori infections (H. pylori prefers it when your stomach acid is low) Toxic bowel (which can also lead to bad breath and body odour) IBS SIBO and...
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