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Foods to avoid when suffering from H pylori

Foods to avoid when suffering from H pylori… When I had H pylori, altering my diet did not really make a difference to my symptoms. I was already eating a healthy diet, yet continued to feel unwell. However, having worked with more than 2,500 clients around the world since then, I’ve come to realize that avoiding certain food when suffering from H pylori can make an enormous difference. Some people don’t improve their level of health at all unless they avoid some of the foods listed in this article and some improve their health by doing so even before...

How to treat H pylori with food and natural supplements...

If you want to know how to treat H pylori with food, you’ve come to the right place. Contrary to what many doctors will tell you, you CAN treat H pylori with food and supplements. However it’s not as simple as you might think, for several reasons. You may need to add some natural supplements to anti-H pylori foods in order get the result you’re looking for because foods alone may not be enough. How to treat H pylori with food alone Over the years, I have read thousands of studies on H pylori. Studies investigating the effect of...

Histamine intolerance: is it causing your symptoms?...

If you have heartburn, bloating, wind, abdominal pain, headaches, a blocked nose and other common symptoms, the culprit may be histamine intolerance. Red wine. Aged cheese. Citrus fruits. Sauerkraut. Bacon. These foods are ok, right? Yes, for many people these foods work great, but not if you have a histamine intolerance. These and other popular foods are capable of causing all manner of symptoms, including migraines, hives, anxiety, acid reflux, and nasal congestion. What is histamine intolerance? If you haven’t heard of histamine intolerance, don’t worry. You’re not alone. It’s hard to diagnose and can cause a lot of...

Foods that kill H pylori and help to heal your gut

If you’re wondering about foods that kill H pylori, this article and video will help. You CAN fight H pylori foods but you have to be aware that on their own they may not be potent enough to completely eradicate H pylori bacteria. Studies show that foods can have anti-H pylori activity, but we don’t really know how much of a certain food is needed, or for how long. Watch this quick video, or read the info beneath to get the full scoop on this important topic. Some foods that kill H pylori Many foods have been studied for...

H Pylori, Celiac Disease & Iron Deficiency Anemia in Children...

It’s rare to find studies that examine the health effects of both H pylori infection and celiac disease. Both conditions can cause the same, or similar symptoms, including bloating, heartburn, weight loss, irritable bowels, diarrhea, headaches and nausea. Celiac disease is a serious condition in which dietary gluten (in wheat, rye, barley) triggers an inflammatory reaction in the small intestine. H pylori causes an inflammatory reaction in the stomach, so it’s easy to see how these conditions cause similar symptoms. It is believed that 50% of the world’s population carries H pylori. Conservative estimates suggest that 1% of the...

Gluten Free Diet the Key to Sporting Greatness?

I’m not the biggest tennis fan in the world but I’ve been following the case of Novak Djokovic closely since I read an article that, after being diagnosed with celiac disease, he cut gluten out of his diet. Djokovic is now ranked the number one tennis player on the planet, and has been since July 2011. Here’s a list of his achievements since he eliminated this nightmare food from his diet: – made the final of the U.S. Open – won the Davis Cup and Australian Open – defeated Rafael Nadal four times – went on a 43-match winning...
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