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Tags: Health Topics | Digestive Problems | h. pylori | bacterial | gastric problem

Dealing With H. Pylori

By Friday, 20 December 2019 09:28 AM Current | Bio | Archive

H. pylori is a latent bacterial infection that often goes undiagnosed or misdiagnosed. Frequent acid reflux and gastric pains, frequent indigestion, and a sensation of stomach fullness after a small meal are all signs of a possible H. pylori infection.

Constant gastritis interferes with emptying of the stomach. That causes bloating. It has also been shown that H. pylori infections are associated with a higher incidence of heart attacks and strokes, glaucoma, stomach cancer, esophageal cancer, and possibly Alzheimer’s disease — all because of constant inflammation.

Keeping the immune system strong — especially cellular immunity — is critical for keeping these infections under control. It is this arm of the immune system, cellular immunity, which keeps these viruses and bacteria under control and dormant.

This can be accomplished by taking 250 mg to 500 mg of beta 1,3/1,6-glucan on an empty stomach once a week or at least every two weeks.

Olive leaf extract also keeps immunity strong and reduces the risk of heart attack. Unlike beta-glucan, it increases the phagocytic effectiveness of white blood cells, needed to remove bacteria and viruses.

Probiotic health is also important as it plays a major role in keeping immunity strong and healthy.

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H. pylori is a latent bacterial infection that often goes undiagnosed or misdiagnosed. Frequent acid reflux and gastric pains, frequent indigestion, and a sensation of stomach fullness after a small meal are all signs of a possible H. pylori infection.
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