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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...

Do probiotics cure H pylori on their own or do you need antibiotics, too?...

Do probiotics cure H pylori One of our readers – Colin, from Manchester – has written in asking, ‘do probiotics cure H pylori’ Thanks, Colin: This is a great question and one I’m sure lots of people would love to know the answer to. My response is both ‘yes they can’ and ‘no they can’t’. I realize this is a weird response, so let me explain… My initial research into H pylori and probiotics In 2007-8, when I did my first batch of research to answer the ‘do probiotics cure H pylori’ question, I found quite a lot of...

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...

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...

Pulse test for food allergy that you can do at home...

A pulse test for food allergy (also known as the Coca pulse test) is a really simple way to gauge whether you’re reacting to foods. There is a wide range of relatively expensive food sensitivity and allergy testing in the market place and to be honest, it’s quite hit and miss. I’ve tested hundreds of people using various labs and testing methods and the results have been inconsistent. Sometimes people feel great when they eliminate foods shown up as problematic by the testing, and other times they don’t. These days I prefer to coach people on how to remove...

Zinc challenge test at home – easy and inexpensive...

A zinc challenge test (or zinc tally test) is a simple way to check for zinc deficiency, which is incredibly common. I had pretty significant zinc deficiency, which I found using a combination of indirect tests and we see it an awful lot in our clients. One of these tests was a simple and inexpensive home test called the zinc challenge test, which is also known as the zinc tally test. Before I explain how to do it, here’s a brief explanation of why I recommend you get your zinc levels tested. Zinc deficiency symptoms Zinc is a critically...
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