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Old 05-02-2012, 05:35 AM
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Default The Huge Amount of Possible Symptoms from Helicobactor Pyroli

Bill Sardi on the possible repercussions from this worldwide stomach problem.

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Very interesting... when I worked in a large Alzheiher's faciltiy almost all of the patients were on a proton pump inhibitor... like prevacid or something.
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Excellent article but I'm surprised he didn't mention MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS initiation and progression. I think there is a big connection and reducing pathogenic bacteria may help MS.

I also think he could have mentioned LACTOFERRIN.
Meta-analysis: the effect of supplementation with lactoferrin on eradication rates and adverse events during Helicobacter pylori eradication therapy.

i suspect that the pasteurization and homogenization of milk, both of which reduce the lactoferrin content, reduces our ability to deal with pathogenic bacteria.
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Someone told me that they got rid of it by eating yogurt every day. It is understandable that probiotics would help.

They go beyond that list of symptoms though. They neutralize stomach acid by producing ammonia (alkaline). That causes many problems, including the diminished ability for the body to reject bad pathogens. Also not good for the b vitamins and several minerals.
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This is clearly caused by vitamin/mineral deficiency.

I would go with high dose vitamin c:


Citric acid inhibits growth of Helicobacter pylori in vitro: a new strategy for eradication.




BACKGROUND:


About 50% of the world population is infected with Helicobacter pylori. The association of peptic ulcer disease with Helicobacter pylori is well documented. Therefore eradication is obligatory. However, the high costs of multidrug therapy, the resistance of Helicobacter pylori to antibiotics as well as the sometimes present drug intolerance are limiting factors.

METHODS:

The inhibitory effect of 3% hydrogen peroxide, 8.4% sodium bicarbonate, 2% ascorbic acid, citric acid in combination with sodium citrate, 7% and 14% citric acid solutions, respectively, on nine Helicobacter pylori strains were tested in vitro.

RESULTS:

Citric acid showed a potent inhibitory activity on growth of Helicobacter pylori strains in vitro. This was observed not only when citric acid was applied alone but also if citric acid was given together with low concentration of sodium citrate. Two percent ascorbic acid inhibited three, sodium bicarbonate two and hydrogen peroxide one of the nine tested Helicobacter pylori strains, respectively.

CONCLUSIONS:

Citric acid is a cheap substance present in many fruits and produced by food industry, and it demonstrated powerful inhibitory effect on the growth of Helicobacter pylori strains. On the basis of our findings citric acid should be further evaluated for the eradication of Helicobacter pylori.
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