I believe H pylori can be passed through kissing – I think I got it through kissing the second time round.
H pylori definitely lives in the mouth, and research shows we definitely exchange microbes when we kiss.
To watch the video, just click the little triangle in the bottom left of the video window and turn your sound up 🙂
As you know, I advocate a natural approach to beating H pylori and healing digestion.
Oh, and here’s the diagram I mentioned in the video – look how many places H pylori has been spotted in.
Drop me an email or leave a comment if you think you might have H pylori lurking in a strange place.
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