H. pylori has been learning exactly how to live with humans for over 30,000 years.
H. pylori is an expert at the following things:
- Taking over the brain by getting into the vagus nerve, which can potentially lead to, depression, anxiety and other mood disorders.
- Impairing the production of gastro-intestinal neurotransmitters producing food cravings.
- Getting into the human body–about 50% of the world’s population carries this bug.
- Hiding in the human body so it’s harder for the immune system to find it.
- Decreasing the amount of stomach acid a person produces, which could possibly lead to, SIBO, IBS, constipation, diarrhea, bloating and other gastrointestinal disorders.
- Eroding the stomach wall producing ulcers.
- Increasing gastrointestinal pressure, which may lead to a weakening of your lower esophageal sphincter creating GERD and heartburn.
H. pylori is certainly a tricky little bug, and for some, might literally take over their digestion making them feel absolutely awful. I know that it did for me years ago.
Luckily, I was able to address my and my family’s’ bodies (wife, son and daughter) and we were all able to kick this bug naturally, without the need for harsh antibiotics. 🙂
Once I addressed my H. pylori, my sinus problems dramatically improved, my restless legs went completely away, I started losing weight and the horrible nighttime heartburn that I had cleared up.
Now, I’m in no way whatsoever claiming to treat H. pylori with herbs and such, as the FDA is very clear that this bug is a medical problem and natural substances have not been approved to treat, diagnose, cure or prevent h. pylori.
But what I do know is that body does have an amazing ability to heal itself when you give it what it needs.
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