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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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NEWKATHYNOW 11/14/2012 10:43PM

    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!

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MJ7DM33 11/13/2012 9:32PM

  Take care!

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DEBBY4576 11/13/2012 9:13PM

    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.

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COCK-ROBIN 11/13/2012 7:41PM

    emoticon I do hope it gets better.

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JOYCECAIN 11/13/2012 7:36PM

    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.

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