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Do H pylori symptoms come and go with food, sleep or hormones?...

Why do H pylori symptoms come and go? I think this is a very important question and one that is worthy of some time and thought. First, having had H pylori twice myself, and having worked with several thousand people who also had H pylori, there’s no doubt in my mind that H pylori symptoms can definitely come and go. H pylori symptoms like heartburn, acid reflux, belching and bloating can fluctuate during the course of the day and also during the course of, say, a week or even a month. There are several reasons why H pylori symptoms...

Gut transit time and how to assess it

Gut transit time can be tested at home very easily and it gives you a nice estimate of how well your digestive system is functioning. Disorders like IBS, chronic constipation and diarrhoea are very common so it’s wise to regularly gauge your digestive health. You don’t always need expensive lab tests or trips to the doctor to do this. If your gut transit time is too fast, you wont digest and absorb nutrients properly. On the other hand, if it is too slow, you will get backed up, constipated and actually reabsorb toxins that your body is trying to...

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...

What is SIBO and how does it cause IBS?

What is SIBO (Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth) and is it making you feel unwell? The food you eat, the way you eat it, and infections like H pylori, parasites and Candida can all cause digestive symptoms such as irritable bowel syndrome. But there’s another common, yet frequently overlooked problem that isn’t very well known. SIBO – or ‘small intestinal bacterial’ overgrowth – is a relatively common condition among people with digestive symptoms. But what is SIBO, exactly? Well, it’s a condition in which large numbers of bacteria from your large intestine, or colon, end up in your small intestine...

Helicobacter pylori symptoms your doctor knows about...

Hey, it’s Dave here… with you again to discuss Helicobacter pylori symptoms. This post is mega, mega important. It’s so important that I actually want to jump out of the video screen below and have a discussion with you about H pylori symptoms! When I’m speaking at seminars or in the media I tell everyone that Helicobacter pylori symptoms can be split into two categories: Common Helicobacter pylori symptoms your doctor knows about Uncommon Helicobacter pylori symptoms your doctor doesn’t know about This blog and video is concerned with the ones your doctor knows about. Helicobacter pylori symptoms your...

How to Rejuvenate YOUR Health in 90-Days (part one)...

Hello, it’s Dave Hompes with you again! If you haven’t read the previous blog post, where I shared Melanie’s remarkable story of how she beat 9 symptoms in 90-days, click here: You’re gonna want to read that blog post before “devouring” this one, especially if you’re feeling a little under the weather today. It’s truly an inspiring read! Despite little or no help from her conventionally trained doctors, Mel was able to skyrocket her vitality by following a simple step-by-step process. It’s the same process we used with 237 other clients last year to help them rejuvenate their health,...
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