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H-Pylori Bacteria

Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Okay, here's what I learned today from a herbalist in my hometown. H-Pylori is hard to fight and can even be resistant to antibiotics. Sugar feeds the bacteria. Of course, I did not learn any of this from my doctor. He suggested some herbs to take, as the regimen that I was taking from my doctor didn't completely take care of the problem. So now, I have to drastically cut back on sugar and I already ordered the herbs he suggested. When I can stick to this regimen, I know that this weight will fall off! Now, it has no choice.
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    That's the bacteria responsible for stomach ulcers, I believe. The more they learn about sugar the worse it gets to eat it! Good luck!
    1773 days ago
  • MJ7DM33
    Take care!
    1774 days ago
  • DEBBY4576
    So you will take care of two things with one change. Big Change. Most disease is worsened by sugar. Auto immune diseases especially. You'll do great.
    1774 days ago
    emoticon I do hope it gets better.
    1774 days ago
    I hope you can get this problem under control. I personally have never heard of this H-Pylori. I know I eat food with sugar in it, and occasionally a sweet, but I do not eat raw sugar, as in coffee or tea. Hope you are ok.
    1774 days ago
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