Helicobacter, bacteria residing in the stomach and at the beginning of the duodenum. It causes inflammation and causes an increased acid, gastric ulcer and duodenal ulcer. It is believed that it may cause the occurrence of cancer. Over 80% of people who have helicobacter have no symptoms.
People who have symptoms, they are the same as in the stomach and duodenum: pain and discomfort in the stomach area (the upper part of the stomach), bloating, bad breath, a feeling of fullness in the stomach even after a very small amount of food entered, the lack of appetite, nausea, dizziness, nausea, black and dark-colored stools.
What does it matter?
Stress: Increased stress can affect the occurrence of Helicobacter
Red meat: Difficulty in digestion and helps the development of Helicobacter
Refined foods: Sweets with white sugar, soft drinks, unfavorable combined food hampers digestion and create a favorable environment for the development of Helicobacter.
Aspirin: The consumption of aspirin increases the level of stomach acid.
Coffee: Also mind and decaf.
Alcoholic beverages: bother stomach.
Cabbage juice: This is an old folk remedy for ulcers, tested and proven. To drink immediately after juicing. It is best to drink on an empty stomach, 2 dl per day.
Vitamin K: An essential for the absorption of nutrients and strengthens the digestive tract. Lack of vitamin K is common for people who suffer from ulcers and Helicobacter. Foods rich in vitamin K are alfalfa, corn, strawberries, dark green vegetables such as cabbage, broccoli, Chinese cabbage, kale, parsley.
Aloe vera: It relieves pain and speeds healing. Drink 50ml aloe vera juice daily. Liquorice root. Combined with angelica root, cooked as a tea that strengthens the stomach and helps in regulating the level of stomach acid.