H pylori can make you feel tired and contribute to chronic fatigue.
This is a medical fact, yet is rarely mentioned by docs… AND H pylori may make you tired without causing obvious digestive symptoms.
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It’s not ideal to have iron or B12 deficiencies (let alone the other nutrients not yet properly studied).
Deficiencies can lower quality of life and even cause major problems later in life so don’t take chances.
Removing pro-inflammatory foods, eating a healthy, balanced diet and nourishing your gut with zinc, B5, herbs and healing nutrients accelerates your progress.
AND, you may need to take additional steps to increase your stomach acid level.
There’s lots of info on how to not only beat H pylori, but also heal your digestion, in The H Pylori Diet.
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