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The H Pylori Diet helps you, step-by-step, to eradicate H pylori in days or less. . "After reading your ebook and getting onto your no gluten, no dairy, no soya. Download your free H-Pylori Diet PDF. Again, thanks for your interest in my work – I really hope it helps you. Here is your download link: The H Pylori Diet. Fiverr freelancer will provide Health, Nutrition & Fitness services and give H Pylori Diet Ebook By David Hompes within 1 day.

I hope the book fills the gaps that the medical system has left you with and that you are left in no doubt about the dangers of not dealing with H pylori even if when it is not causing obvious symptoms. I want you to be able to use the diet and supplement programme immediately to regain optimal health, or at least a level of health that is acceptable and desirable for you. Finally, I want you to contact us with your story so that we can actively continue to push forward and spread this information far and wide with the end goal of helping everyone live healthier and happier lives.

If youd like to send us your story please email it to office hpexperts. I have laid out the information to answer the common questions that land in my Inbox on a daily basis in a way that will help you understand the problem at the appropriate level. To this end, I have only included the information that you need to know and have omitted complex technical detail.

I have included a great deal of information that your doctor will almost certainly not be aware of. Much of this information is critical if you are to make a full recovery from your infection and do not wish to pass the infection to your loved ones. It is not your doctors fault if he or she does not understand H pylori in this amount of depth because doctors are there to help you with a wide range of health challenges rather than to specialise in one particular area.

Research has indicated that doctors simply do not have time to read medical journals or research these specific topics in detail. I feel that if you are to overcome H pylori successfully and keep it away, it is important that you understand why it is there in the first place, how it got there and why it is making you feel ill.

Once you have this information, it makes it easier to overcome the problem. This programme contains a comprehensive list of foods that should be avoided in order to help you reduce inflammation in your digestive system, foods that commonly cause hidden allergies that can worsen your symptoms and foods that will help your system heal.

I also review the foods, herbs and supplements that are advertised on the Internet and in health food shops as being effective against H pylori.

Needless to say, claims that some of these foods and herbs are miracle cures are highly exaggerated and so I teach you which ones work and which to avoid.

This section includes products that may inhibit H pylori, help you clear yeast and fungal overgrowth and replenish your digestive system with healthy bacteria.

It also contains information on specific foods and products that can help your digestive lining heal. It is important to understand that your symptoms may not clear immediately.

If you have structural damage to your digestive system and resulting nutritional deficiencies, it may take some time for your symptoms to resolve.

Think of it like this: if you go out in the sun all day without sunscreen, you may get badly burned. Just because you go inside, out of the sun, it doesnt mean that the sunburn is going to immediately disappear.

Likewise, just because H pylori bacteria are not there anymore, it doesnt mean that the damage to your digestive lining will heal right away and as a result your symptoms may persist, sometimes for weeks or even months. One of the most important aspects of the programme is to help you heal after you have cleared your infection. This is why I have included a comprehensive nutrition and lifestyle guide that teaches you the most common diet and lifestyle associated causes of symptoms so that you can work on these in order to strengthen your body against re-infection.

I have seen miraculous recoveries in people who simply altered their diet to remove problem-causing foods. Therefore, I highly recommend that you read through the entire book at least once before starting the programme. Take some time to absorb the information so that you are fully educated on the subject and what is required to ensure success. If you simply try to take a supplement that works against H pylori, you are missing the point and this may lead to reinfection or unsatisfactory results further down the line.

The programme will work if you commit yourself to days of good eating and taking the right supplements, at the right time and in the correct sequence. This is not unsurprising considering that I get more than one thousand people visiting the website each day and multiple thousands of online article and video views.

Ive also been fortunate to have worked with literally hundreds of people who have either had H pylori, or many of its symptoms. Because I had H pylori myself, I know a lot about H pylori from a patients perspective. Ive also read a lot of research many thousands of studies - from the scientific and medical community. As well as teaching you how you can safely eradicate H pylori, the programme also teaches you how to adapt your diet and lifestyle to reduce inflammation and speed up the healing of your entire digestive system.

Infection can cause serious complications that may lead to death. However we must acknowledge that these complications may not be solely caused by H pylori alone. Gastric cancers have causes other than H pylori and it is believed that only a very small percentage of H pylori infected people will develop cancer as a result of the infection. Insulin resistance, heart disease and other metabolic complications of inflammation are not the sole result of H pylori infection either.

Diet, nutritional status, lifestyle, stress, other infections and many other factors determine the development and outcomes of these diseases. If you have H pylori, you can avoid all these complications by simply making sure that you receive effective therapy. If you are experiencing symptoms, the causes of which have not been identified, then seek testing by speaking with your doctor, or use the resources presented in this book.

My team of practitioners can quickly help you identify the cause s of your symptoms and help you move back towards optimal health. This brings us nicely onto the next section. I receive dozens of emails each week asking me about H pylori testing.

Here is a list of the most common problems people face when it comes to getting tested for H pylori. Perhaps you have experienced some of these difficulties? For example some doctors do not know about stool testing for H pylori. However in my opinion, there is an even bigger limitation to conventional H pylori testing, which is that the procedures only test for H pylori.

H pylori has many cousins, most of which are capable of causing the same, similar or even worse symptoms than H pylori itself. Other bacteria, parasites and yeast overgrowth can all be confused with H pylori symptoms. Yet the medical system sees it fit to ignore these other infections for the most part even while they are wreaking havoc on your body!

There are four main tests for H pylori. The relative advantages and disadvantages of these tests are listed in the table below. May miss infection following antibiotic treatment if test is performed too soon. Non-invasive High accuracy is reported in the medical literature. May miss low-level infections, such as those in children. Requires visit to clinic. Involves blood draw and may be stressful to patient. Should not be used to retest after treatment.

May lead to false positive results because antibodies can be present even when infection is gone. A camera is used to identify inflammation, ulcers and hernias. A biopsy may be taken of the stomach tissue and analysed for H pylori.

Can identify many other infectious agents parasites, bacteria, yeast Variation in quality of laboratories. Samples may degrade during transportation. Some tests may miss the organisms if multiple samples are not taken. Can actually lead to H pylori infection research has shown that H pylori can survive on the equipment and be passed from person to person. High accuracy. Can identify hernias, which may cause reflux and burning symptoms. Each test has merits and drawbacks. All the tests can provide false-negatives.

It is also known that the blood and breath tests can also provide false positives, where H pylori is reported as being present when, in fact, it is not. Graeme contacted my office informing me that his 9 year old son, Brodie, had suffered with 2 months of symptoms, starting with nausea, vomiting, constipation, reflux, motion sickness and weight loss. He was unable to concentrate at school and was indeed having to take time off. He had taken a blood test and breath test for H pylori, both of which had come back negative.

When we ran a stool test, we found H pylori and Brodie was able to overcome his symptoms quickly. In my practice I run comprehensive stool testing with my clients.

Whilst there is an ongoing debate about which H pylori test is the most accurate, stool testing carries one major benefit: The level of information you can ascertain from a single stool test is infinitely more helpful than a single marker for H pylori and the testing can be done in the comfort of your own home.

The advantages of running comprehensive stool testing are as follows: From a single stool sample you can identify more than thirty different bacteria, parasites and fungal organisms that may be causing problems. Examples of these organisms include Salmonella, Clostridium difficile, Camylobacter, E.

It can be accompanied by many other opportunistic and pathogenic organisms. When one or more of these other organisms are present, successful H pylori therapy may not lead to any improvements in symptoms. On many occasions, H pylori is successfully eradicated only for symptoms to either remain unchanged or worsen and this is often because H pylori was only part of the picture.

These tools are priceless in helping to uncover the root causes of digestive symptoms and all the complications that are caused by digestive invaders. The following three examples are extreme in that they reflect the presence of many organisms in a single person. H pylori, E. This is an extreme case and it is rare to see this many different bugs in a single person. However, it is extremely common to see H pylori accompanied by other digestive invaders. I personally had both H pylori and Blastocystis.

But as you can see, there was still a significant microbial load, including Clostridium difficile overgrowth, Blastocystis hominis and Giardia parasites and a yeast and fungal overgrowth. Difficile are all capable of causing fatigue, gas, bloating, pain and loose stools or diarrhoea.

The case history for this particular client can be found at my website see link below. As you can see, the client has H pylori as well as three parasites. Until we ran the test, this client had been experiencing symptoms for more than a decade without ever knowing why. Read the case details at www. Because we are certain that H pylori can be passed from person-to-person I always recommend that family members are tested.

Even if symptoms are not present in each member of the family, I still recommend testing. Remember that H pylori can happily sit in your stomach without causing obvious symptoms. If you are diagnosed with H pylori and you successfully eradicate your infection, it is possible that if your partner or children also have H pylori, they could pass it right back to you. I have seen this many times in my practice and it leads to a great deal of frustration, not to mention wasted time, money and energy.

It is feasible that you may simply not be able to eradicate your infection if you are continuously being re-infected by family members. Your H Pylori Testing Checklist If you are experiencing symptoms that are consistent with H pylori, seek testing from your doctor.

If the test reveals a negative for H pylori, but symptoms persist, seek a second opinion. If the second test also shows a negative result, something else is likely to be causing your symptoms and a change in diet, along with a comprehensive stool analysis is recommended.

If your doctor refuses to test you, see the information on stool testing at my website: If you have H pylori, consider having your family tested, especially if you are finding it hard to eradicate the infection or if other family members have symptoms. Always re-test at least 4 weeks after completing treatment to ensure that your infection has been successfully eradicated. Simply assuming H pylori infection has been eradicated because your symptoms have improved is not enough.

The importance of accurate testing cannot be overemphasised. Your recovery depends on an accurate understanding of why your symptoms are occurring in the first place. Many of you will have the same symptoms but they may be caused by different infections and food sensitivity issues. I have also posted a great deal of information on testing, including sample reports and a 60min audio recording where I discuss the testing issue in detail, at my website.

Additionally, some of my clients have also been kind enough to permit me to share their case histories with you and these can be found at the website too.

Go to the links below to read and listen to this great information: Lab Testing Info: Doctors are not H pylori specialists. They do a great job dealing with a huge array of symptoms on a day-to-day basis, but they are not taught about H pylori in detail when they attend medical school.

So the result is that they simply tend not to be aware of the latest findings. The following excerpt from an excellent article written by Dr. Kent Holtorf, MD, emphasises this problem: Doctors do not have the time. They are too busy running their practices. The author, Dr. Claude Lenfant, M. The article states that medical researchers, public officials and political leaders are increasingly concerned that very few physicians learn about new discoveries at scientific conferences and medical journals and translate this knowledge into enhanced treatments for their patients.

Barry Marshall and Robin Warren more than twenty years to convince the medical establishment that H pylori causes ulcers? It is now self evident that H pylori infection causes the majority of ulcers, but for many years, Dr Marshall was ridiculed for even suggesting such a concept. I found an excellent article, written by Dr.

Joseph Mercola that highlights this point: In my view he has made one of the most valuable observations on the shifting of human views on truth as he stated that all truth goes through three steps: First, it is ridiculed.

Second, it is violently opposed. Finally, it is accepted as self-evident This is not only true for health but all areas of life. Three of the 12 truths I will cover in this fourpart series have reached the final stage and are now widely accepted by the medical profession, although some of my recommendations still include refinements that have yet to be embraced by conventional medicine. The remainder is in varying degrees of acceptance, and some will not be widely accepted for quite some time, but the evidence is clear for all those who are willing to objectively review the data.

Truth 1: Bacteria Cause Ulcers It was when I first became aware of Helicobacter pylori H pylori bacteria, and its role in peptic ulcers.

I learned this by reviewing the data in one of my favorite journals, Lancet. A family physician, Dr. Barry Marshall, from Australia, came up with a finding that turned the entire long held view of ulcers upside down. I was still in my residency training when I sought to apply these findings but remember very clearly that the specialist that I reported to ridiculed 60 The H PYLORI Diet me for even considering the wacky notion that bacteria could cause ulcers.

I was nearly removed from my training programme for seeking to put patients on this regimen. This was remarkable because nearly every one of the patients I put on the programme had immediate, long-lasting improvement, and did not require to go on lifelong antiulcer therapy. When I went into private practice in , the local gastroenterologists in my community considered me a renegade and would discredit me to other physicians.

Nobel Prize Awarded However, 20 years later, in , Dr. Marshall was awarded the Nobel Prize in Medicine for his discovery. A CDC survey during that time found most health care consumers were unaware that peptic ulcer disease was caused by infection with H pylori bacteria in 9 of 10 cases.

About 60 percent of respondents still believed that ulcers were caused by stress and 17 percent thought that ulcers were caused by spicy foods. I strongly believe that virtually all of these acid suppressing regimens are unnecessary and actually harm people. Your body was not designed to have its acid level suppressed. If that occurs, then the enzymes you need to digest are not activated, and your body will not be able to fully utilise the food you eat.

Well, it means that your doctor may not realise that H pylori is such a widespread problem. Can H Pylori be Eradicated? I was able to eradicate my own H pylori infection without the use of antibiotics and I have successfully helped countless people achieve complete relief from its symptoms as well, whether it has been through referral to doctors or via the use of herbal protocols.

Unfortunately not everyone enjoys a smooth journey back to wellness. For example, I know some of you reading this information will not be able to tolerate antibiotics such as Penicillin, whereas some of you will have great success using them.

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We really must consider individuality when dealing with all symptoms and metabolic imbalances. Each of you may require a slightly different approach to successfully overcome H pylori: Remember that H pylori has many cousins that can cause the same or similar symptoms. A little healing time may be required, just as it is when you cut your finger on a piece of glass, for example.

Conventional treatment of H pylori involves the prescription of Triple Therapy.

Triple Therapy is based on the use of two different antibiotics to kill the H pylori. Antibiotics do not work as effectively in the acid environment of the stomach, so a different type of medication is used alongside them to help reduce the acidity in the stomach.

Antacid medications stop the production of acid in your stomach, which in addition to increasing the efficacy of the antibiotics, can help to relieve symptoms such as acid reflux and heartburn. Brand names include Nexium, Protonix, Prilosec and Pantoloc. Older versions of the prescription antacids can also be found as over the counter medications in some countries, an excellent example being Prilosec.

Over the counter antacid medications include Zantac ranitidine , Tagamet cimetidine , Rennie, Gaviscon and Tums. Conventional triple therapy for H pylori usually includes one of the following combinations of antibiotics for days.

If you have taken antibiotics for H pylori, you will probably recognise some of these drugs. They are sometimes sold in packs such as Prevpac or H Pac: Omeprazole, Pantoprazole E. Prevacid, Nexium, Prilosec Brand names: Flagyl Amoxicillin Metronidazole Tetracycline Brand names: Amoxil, Dispermox, Trimox Brand names: Flagyl Sumycin, Terramycin, Tetracyn, Panmycin It is accepted within the research community that the success of H pylori eradication treatment is declining.

Resistance to the drug Clarithromycin has been shown in numerous countries to be rising to a level where the use of standard triple therapy in its current form may no longer be justified. This means that half the people who took the Triple Therapy did not eradicate H pylori.

Treatment regimes based on bismuth and levofloxacin are now emerging as superior protocols. Some strains of H pylori are more resistant to the medications than others and some of the antibiotics seem to be more effective in certain geographical regions than in others. This may account for variations in success rates seen in the literature and in practice.

In addition, it has been shown that different strains of H pylori can live in the same person. One strain may be susceptible to the medications but the other may be resistant. In such circumstances the antibiotics may only be effective in eradicating one of the strains. In a report Dr. One study showed that a group receiving sequential therapy had an eradication rate of Quadruple Therapy, where three antibiotics are taken alongside the proton pump inhibitor, may also be used in cases where triple therapy does not work.

This strategy can involve the patient taking up to pills per day. Some studies indicate that this method yields higher success rates whereas others show less encouraging results.

In one study, for example, the success rate of using Quadruple Therapy was still only Patient Screening Because some H pylori strains are becoming more resistant to antibiotics, some experts have recommended that the only way to effectively manage the infection is to screen each person in order to identify the exact H pylori strain in each individual. Theoretically this is great concept because it enables doctors to identify whether they are dealing with resistant strains and choose eradication protocols accordingly.

The problem is that medical resources in most countries are already stretched to the limit. In some areas patients have to wait weeks or even months to even gain access to a breath test or endoscopic exam, never mind an advanced test to identify which strain of H pylori they may be carrying. So whilst testing for specific strains and their sensitivity to treatments would be a fantastic option, realistically this will not happen outside the research setting for a long time, if at all.

Many people cannot tolerate eating gluten and others are intolerant to lactose. It stands to reason, therefore, that the unnatural chemical compounds that are contained in medical drugs can also cause reactions and side-effects. Dr Alan Gaby, MD, states that: Antibiotic therapy can lead to the development of pseudomembranous colitis, a potentially severe infection caused by Clostridium difficile. In addition, antibiotics frequently enable the overgrowth of Candida albicans, which can result in vaginitis, gastrointestinal disturbances, or other complaints.

Moreover, antibiotic treatment could lead to the overgrowth of antibiotic strains of H pylori, making further attempts at eradication more difficult.

The most common side effects seem to be: It really depends on you as an individual. I am always sad to read emails from people who had lots of side-effects when they took antibiotics for H pylori, only to find that the antibiotics failed to clear their infection. This is a very important point to remember.

Whenever antibiotics are taken, beneficial bacteria good bacteria that inhabit your digestive tract that form an important and integral part of your digestive and immune systems may also be affected. When antibiotics are taken, this ratio can be altered. When this happens, the door is opened for the opportunistic overgrowth of other infectious organisms such as other bacteria — Clostridium difficile, for example - and yeasts such as Candida that can prevent recovery and even worsen symptoms.

Yeast has also been found alongside H pylori in tissue samples taken from the stomach. The highly acidic stomach environment usually prevents yeast from growing there and also prevents it from entering into the small intestine.

The authors concluded that: The importance of considering Candida overgrowth alongside H pylori or after treatment with antibiotics cannot be understated because if yeast and fungi overgrow in the digestive tract it can cause very similar symptoms to the H pylori itself. I have lost count of the number of cases of yeast and fungal overgrowth that have been revealed in our comprehensive stool testing.

Many of these clients were experiencing symptoms that could have been attributed to H pylori but their symptoms were, in fact, the result of the fungi. It is actually quite common for doctors to prescribe antacid medications to help reduce heartburn, reflux and symptoms that result from ulcers. Some people take antacids for many years, day after day. But the long term use of antacids poses several problems.

The main problem is that they shut down the production of acid in your stomach. But the acid serves two very important functions! Hydrochloric acid in the stomach is essential for assisting with the digestion of food and in particular protein. When food is inadequately digested, nutrients cannot be released and absorbed in the intestine.

This is one of the reasons why H pylori positive patients often have low iron and vitamin B12 levels in their blood.

Of course, iron and B12 are just drops in the ocean when we consider the full spectrum of nutrients required by the body, but they are the only ones that tend to be tested routinely in the medical setting. My experience has been that people who have had H pylori for a long time may actually develop significantly more nutritional deficiencies, which in turn cause or contribute to many symptoms, including fatigue, mood and sleep problems.

Incidentally, while we are on the subject of nutrients, H pylori infection has been shown to reduce vitamin C levels in the stomach lining. Digestion of food is not the only function served by stomach acid. The acid also provides a barrier that prevents unwanted organisms slipping through into the sensitive intestines.

When stomach acid levels are too low, due to H pylori infection, antacids, or both, the path is cleared for these organisms to break through the barrier. This is one reason why we see so many different digestive infections alongside H pylori in the comprehensive testing.

Whilst the short term use of antacids can provide significant relief from symptoms, it should never be used long term in my opinion. Prevacid, another antacid medication, was 7th in the table of best selling drugs. Apart from anything else that means that there were a lot of people walking round with heartburn and acid reflux, thinking they needed antacids and there are still millions of people relying on these drugs, often unnecessarily.

The way this happened deserves exposure as it constitutes an ingenius piece of deception on the part of the pharmaceutical companies and highlights everything that is wrong with the relationship between the medical and pharmaceutical systems. By freaky coincidence, AstraZeneca also makes Prilosec.

The company actually designed Nexium to replace Prilosec in order to protect its profits once the patent on Prilosec expired. You may think that this sounds reasonable enough: Marcia Angell, MD. For the public, generics are great because they are sold at much lower prices than the original drug. Prilosec is a mixture of an active and a possibly inactive form of a molecule called Omeprazole you may have been prescribed Omeprazole. What AstraZenca did is this: They then promoted this as an improvement on Prilosec!

AstraZeneca lowered the price of Nexium ever so slightly compared with Prilosec and gave discounts, free samples and any other fillip they could think of to doctors and hospitals to get them to use Nexium. They even offered coupons in newspapers. It was all about Nexium and Prilosec had essentially been forgotten. Prilosec was now being sold over the counter for a fraction of the cost of prescription Nexium.

To get FDA approval for Nexium, it had to be tested in clinical trials and shown to be more effective than Prilosec. Some trials compared Nexium to a placebo a sugar pill. Not surprisingly, Nexium worked better than the sugar pills! Four clinical trials did compare Nexium to Prilosec. But oddly, these trials were done in reference to a condition called oesophageal erosion not heartburn, which is the primary use for these drugs.

Instead of comparing equivalent doses, for example 10mg Nexium versus 10mg Prilosec, the company used double the dose of Nexium and the trials compared 20mg Prilosec to 40mg Nexium. Nexium won, but still only by a small margin. The logical conclusion might have been to double the dose of Prilosec rather than create a new drug, especially as people would have been able to download it over the counter for a fraction of the cost of the prescription version.

But of course, this would have lost AstraZeneca billions of dollars. It was the third best selling drug in the US in They simply do not address the root cause of the problem - they never have and they never will.

The sad thing from my perspective is that there are millions of people who have heartburn and who rely on these medications, but they are never told the reasons why they have their symptoms. Often, it simply takes some dietary changes to completely clear heartburn, acid reflux, stomach pain and bloating.

Make sure you address these issues initially by following the H Pylori Diet and then work from there. Angell was editor in chief at The New England Journal of Medicine for twenty years and her detailed explanation of how drug companies deceive the public is very eye-opening.

Discontinuing Antacids Whilst I am certainly against the long term use of antacid medications, I do not recommend that you discontinue their use without consulting with your doctor. Coming off these medications can be an uncomfortable experience. A report by the European Helicobacter Study Group, entitled Helicobacter pylori and Nonmalignant Diseases emphasised the importance of taking care when discontinuing antacid medications: So please take care if you do make the decision to discontinue these medications and seek medical counsel prior to doing so.

Final Comment on Antacids I recently read a good article on the BBC website, dating all the way back to the year You can read the article, below.


Without going into too much detail, it suggests that antacid medications are expensive to the UK National Health Service. Guidelines on indigestion and heartburn treatment could save the NHS millions, say the government advisory group behind them. But experts have warned that it may not be easy to make such pronounced savings. As many as four in ten adults suffer from symptoms of dyspepsia, or heartburn.

Many of them are given high doses of drugs called Proton Pump Inhibitors PPIs when they visit their GPs - these are extremely effective at removing the symptoms. Many GPs spend more on PPIs than any other drug they prescribe, and just by cutting back in this way, millions could be saved. Patients currently on high doses can now expect these to be cut back in many cases.

He said: Perhaps aiming for a decreasing rate of increase would have been more realistic. If routinely followed, this could place NHS testing facilities under great strain. Read this article online at: This was one of the main drivers behind me writing this book.

I want you to know that alternatives to conventional healthcare are available if you know where to look. You most certainly can access the appropriate tests and expertise to enable you to restore balance to your health. Natural Health Alternatives I am walking proof that H pylori can be eradicated using a natural programme. The results of these studies and the spurious claims from supplement manufacturers that accompany them must be taken with caution. Unfortunately, some of you may not experience improvements using diet changes and you may also need to add medical treatment or use a herbal protocol to restore a favourable balance of bacteria in your digestive system.

But with due diligence, you can overcome your symptoms relatively quickly and without experiencing the side-effects that conventional treatment can cause. We know that H pylori infection increases the risk of developing ulcers and more complex digestive symptoms, as well as being associated with anaemia, skin disorders, fatigue, depression, sexual dysfunction and sleep problems.

Although the precise mechanisms of action are not known, many of these symptoms probably result from nutritional deficiencies and the wider effects of chronic stomach and intestinal inflammation. We also understand that H pylori is the number one risk factor for certain stomach cancers.

Recent research has focused on the role of H pylori in creating metabolic imbalances that lead to insulin resistance, diabetes, heart disease and stroke. Even when the correct diagnosis is made, treatments do not always work and may cause side effects.

Even when treatments do successfully eradicate H pylori there is no guarantee that symptoms will improve unless diet changes and other digestive imbalances are addressed. The good news is that just like countless people before you, you have the ability to bypass all this confusion and uncertainty.

Part Two of The H Pylori Diet is going to provide you with a programme that has been shown time and time again to safely and effectively restore the correct balance to your digestive system and remove the unpleasant symptoms that you have been experiencing.

In writing a book, I am unable to derive such detail about you. Each of you is a unique individual with a completely unique set of symptoms and life circumstances. Whilst I have done my very best to include as much information as I possibly can in order to help you overcome your H pylori symptoms, I cannot make outrageous guarantees that you will do so using the information in this book alone. I run my practice and write my books with the highest level of honesty and integrity and what I can guarantee is that if you follow this programme step-by-step, you will feel much better unless you have hidden and unidentified factors that act as road blocks to your progress.

Many of your chronic symptoms will clear as you eliminate simple foods that cause inflammation in your stomach and intestine, improve your sleeping patterns and learn to control your blood sugar levels. You will have more energy, begin to gravitate towards your optimal weight, enjoy better sleep and relax into more stable and uplifting moods. The H Pylori Diet guide provides the foundation for your success and, at your discretion, may be supported on a clinical level by laboratory testing and specific supplement protocols to help balance and boost the different systems of your body that are in need of support.

Whilst the majority of you will have great success using this programme, some of you may need additional resources and support in the form of laboratory testing and specific protocols to help clear the road blocks.

If you have H pylori, there will often be other issues that you need to address in order to elevate your health to your desired level. I actually discovered that I had H pylori while I was working with Dr. Dan Kalish, a chiropractor and Functional Medicine practitioner of some fifteen years. I actually spent six months on Dr. At the time, I had some nasty heartburn and reflux symptoms, so I ran a stool antigen test, which returned positive for H pylori.

After running a natural stomach cleanse, my symptoms disappeared and I felt much better. However I soon developed diarrhoea, which was very unusual for me. I ran a retest, using the same stool antigen test procedure. It came back negative for H pylori, which was great news because it meant that the programme had worked, but it showed up a positive for a parasite called Blastocystis hominis. When I ran a separate herbal protocol to eradicate the parasite, my loose stools disappeared.

My point is that H pylori may not be the only factor contributing to your symptoms. In many cases, H pylori can be successfully eradicated but symptoms remain, or new ones appear. In these cases, it is important to do further investigation in order to uncover the cause of the problem. Food sensitivities can play a huge role creating your symptoms, which is why careful consideration of diet is so important. Remember that the metabolic imbalances that are caused by chronic inflammation can be widespread.

If there is a lot of collateral damage, your symptoms may take some months to resolve. It is my goal to not only help you overcome H pylori but to also teach you sound nutrition and lifestyle principles that will help you prevent re-infection and remain at the pinnacle of your health for many years to come.

I want to help you make your body bullet-proof so that it becomes difficult for anything to get in there and start causing problems! Some of you will find this programme easy to apply and some may find it more challenging. It is important to understand that adhering to these recommendations is a critical factor in determining your success.

You can take the best, most expensive supplements in the world, but if you do not provide a solid foundation for your healing, the supplements simply may not work.

Using The H Pylori Diet Please take the time to read through The H Pylori Diet guidelines in full and then choose the aspects of your diet and lifestyle that are going to be easiest to change first. If you feel that you cannot implement all the changes immediately, please do not worry. Take the programme step-by-step. Just imagine what you can achieve in ten weeks by changing just one aspect of your diet and lifestyle each week.

The supplement recommendations provided in the stomach cleanse section of the programme are based on many years of clinical experience and teachings that have been passed down to me by number of leading natural health practitioners.

Different protocols exist, for example, if you live in Australia. If your symptoms are mild, I recommend waiting at least 8 weeks from commencing the nutrition programme before you use the supplement protocols. However if you are in discomfort, using the supplements immediately may bring significant relief from your symptoms. In the unlikely event of your symptoms not improving, or if you would like to significantly accelerate your progress, I strongly recommend that you take advantage of our personalised consultancy services as your case may require additional evaluations and expertise.

Details of our services and full contact details can be found on page Finally, I welcome and encourage your comments, feedback and success stories. We must constantly strive to improve our educational materials to benefit you, so we actively encourage you to send feedback and suggestions on how we may improve our service.

In so doing you will see precisely why it is so important to adjust your diet and lifestyle so that you optimise digestive function. The ulcerative phenotype of H.

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The gastric cancer phenotype of H. Indications for eradication therapy, apart from gastric cancer and peptic ulcer disease, are as follows: MALT lymphoma, atrophic gastritis, dyspepsia, immune thrombocytopenia, iron deficiency anaemia of unknown origin, B12 vitamin deficiency and previous treatment of gastric cancer or MALT lymphoma, as well as family history of those malignancies. In recent years, a potential role of H. Eradication therapy Pharmacological therapy of Helicobacter pylori infection is based on at least two antibiotics combined with a double dose of proton-pump inhibitor PPI.

The problem of eradication therapy is the abruptly increasing resistance of H. Moreover, eradication therapy requires multiple-day complex drug administration and is associated with side effects, mainly gastrointestinal e. Long-term antibiotic treatment results in qualitative and quantitative modification of gut flora, selection of resistant strains of H.

Helicobacter pylori has accompanied man for at least 58, years [ 9 ]. More and more data indicates that bacterial colonisation, as well as long-term negative consequences, may also provide some benefits to the host. It is known that H. Vibrio cholerae [ 10 ] and may protect against diarrhoeagenic gastrointestinal infections in children [ 11 ]. Reports on atopic asthma and other atopic diseases prevalence reduction in the H.

An eradication therapy has been known for last few decades. Alternative methods of Helicobacter pylori infection treatment In light of the above considerations, questions concerning the potential association between complete eradication and H.


The main studies on alternative therapies include substances of plant origin, probiotics, peptides, and polysaccharides [ 13 ]. Although alternative therapies do not allow for permanent H. Some methods enhance the efficacy of traditional antibiotic treatment and simultaneously prevent antibiotic side effects [16—18].

In this paper, I have focused on readily available food products with proven bacteriostatic or bactericidal properties against H. Relatively low cost, overall availability, and lack of side effects are the main advantages of such methods. Lactoferrin Lactoferrin is a glycoprotein of the transferrin family, exhibiting antibacterial properties.

It chelates iron ions, and thus limits the availability of this element to bacteria. It is an element of non-specific immunity. In their study, Wang et al.

In a meta-analysis of prospective randomised trials assessing the impact of lactoferrin addition to triple or quadruple eradication regimens, lactoferrin significantly increased the rate of effective eradications and decreased side effect severity [ 16 ]. Beside a reduction in the availability of iron ions, lactoferrin may exhibit synergistic effects with antibiotics due to facilitation of their penetration through the cell membrane.

Isothiocyanates In traditional medicine, sauerkraut juice has been considered as an efficacious remedy for peptic ulcer disease for centuries. Brassica vegetables among others cauliflower, swede, headed cabbage, rape, radish contain substances called isothiocyanates.

The above-mentioned substances exhibit anti-cancer activity, such as: apoptosis induction, inhibition of cellular proliferation, and modulation of liver cytochromes involved in carcinogen metabolism. In a prospective trial involving approximately 18, Chinese patients, an association between the risk of malignancy occurrence, inter alia, gastric cancer, and urine isothiocyanate metabolite concentration was assessed.

During the year observation concerning a group of patients with high levels of urine isothiocyanates metabolites, the risk of gastric cancer occurrence was lower. This effect was independent of the body mass index BMI value; however, it was not observed in smokers and patients with regular alcohol intake. The authors believe that the protective effect of isothiocyanates should be attributable, inter alia, to their bactericidal activity against H.

Sulforaphane, the highest concentrations of which in the form of a precursor called glucoraphanin are observed in broccolis and their sprouts, is one of the isothiocyanates inhibiting growth of H.

Sulforaphane also exhibits in vitro bactericidal activity against H. In the study by Yanaka et al. This therapy was well tolerated, and no adverse effects associated with broccoli sprouts intake were reported [ 21 ]. Phenolic derivatives Many fruits exhibit in vitro bacteriostatic activity against H. It is believed that the antibacterial activity of fruit extracts results from their content of phenolic derivatives [ 22 ]. Highbush blueberry extract exhibits in vitro activity reducing H.

In their study, Chatterjee et al. Zhang et al. In The above-mentioned effect was also maintained on the 90th day [ 24 ].Whilst this list is not exhaustive, it illustrates the weird and wonderful effects that a simple digestive infection can have on other areas of the body. I have seen this many times in my practice and it leads to a great deal of frustration, not to mention wasted time, money and energy. The resulting stomach inflammation is known as gastritis.

You may also experience cravings for other foods such as caffeine and sugar. I have gathered so much scientific and medical research that Im in danger of developing short-sightedness from reading so much! Barry Marshall, from Australia, came up with a finding that turned the entire long held view of ulcers upside down. Endolimax nana is another microscopic parasite: