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H pylori and Stroke – could H pylori infection lead to a stroke?...

On first inspection, it seems unlikely that a stomach infection could increase the risk of having a stroke, and so people – including the medical system – don’t associate H pylori and stroke. Delving deeper, however, the research indicates a possible link between H pylori and stroke. This blog post summarises the literature on how H pylori and strokes are linked, and why it’s important for you to view H pylori as more than just a “tummy bug”. Don’t forget that you can get all my information on H pylori and cardiovascular diseases in one place, in my e-book,...

H pylori and heart attacks – is there an association?...

Is there an association between H pylori and heart attacks? H pylori and heart attacks aren’t really the kind of things you’d associate with one another.  One if a tummy bug best known for its role in causing stomach ulcers, and the other is a serious, life threatening event. But believe it or not, there’s an association between certain kinds of H pylori and heart attacks. This post cuts to the chase, revealing how and why H pylori and heart attacks are related. I also reveal a dozen important heart disease risk factors that your doctor wont tell you...

H Pylori and vitamin B12 deficiency – a recipe for disaster?...

In this blog post I’ll show you research that reveals how H pylori and vitamin B12 levels are correlated. In other words, I’ll show you how H pylori appears to cause vitamin B deficiency in some people, ultimately leading to symptoms such as low energy, depression, headaches and possibly even increasing the risk of  developing heart disease. In this blog series on H pylori and heart disease, you’ve so far learned how H pylori can result in: Greater development and severity of atherosclerosis (narrowing of the arteries) High blood pressure Elevated total cholesterol, LDL and oxidized LDL cholesterol levels...

H pylori and cardiovascular disease – surely not?...

H pylori and cardiovascular disease – why don’t we know about it? In the previous article, I introduced the association between H pylori and cardiovascular disease. If you haven’t yet read that post, it will really help you, so I humbly request that you please read it first by clicking here. Now, having read the previous post, you’ll be familiar with the basic associations between H pylori and cardiovascular disease. H pylori symptoms don’t just include heartburn, acid reflux, belching, bloating, stomach pain and ulcers. They can extend all around your body because of H pylori-induced nutrient deficiencies and...