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What could be behind your stomach ulcer...

by , 24 June 2022
What could be behind your stomach ulcer...
If you've been experiencing stomach pain, burning, indigestion and nausea, and suspect a stomach ulcer - there could be something more sinister behind it than just your love for spicy food...

This bacteria could be eating away at your stomach lining...

80% of all stomach ulcers are as a result of an H. Pylori infecion.

Heliobacter pylori is a type of bacteria that attacks the lining of the stomach and small intestine, causing raw, inflamed and painsful sores.

And while antacids may provide temporary relief by reducing stomach acid, they won't solve the underlying problem.

Worse, long time use of antacids has been linked to cancer.

It's important that you get your doctor to do a test to check for H. Pylori which need antibiotic treatment...

Your doctor must test you again after the antibiotics course to check whether the infection has been eliminated, because the ulcers are also a risk factor for cancer.

Keep reading to find out which natural nutrients could help...

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It’s fascinating how the bladder works. As it fills up, the bladder muscles are relaxed. But when you go to the loo to pee, the muscles contract, and when they do, they pressurise the urine through the urethra and out of your body.

It’s like when you want to empty your plastic water bottle out faster – you squeeze it and the stream coming out of the bottle becomes stronger and more powerful.

But if you suffer from a swelling prostate, chances are your bladder health could also be affected...

You see, as you get older, your bladder muscles become weaker, and your bladder walls become stiffer and more rigid as they lose their elasticity – making urinating more difficult.

Not only this, experts speculate that many men who suffer from a swelling prostate also have an overactive bladder. When the urethra is squeezed by a swollen prostate, the bladder has to work harder to push the urine out. Over time, this can further weaken the bladder.

The result is a common bladder control problem, described as a frequent and intense urge to urinate.

But, when you support your bladder health with the right nutrients, these issues go away… 


Natural ways to help fight stomach ulcers...

Probiotics: A study showed that in some people, a quality probiotic with eight strains eliminated the H. Pylori infection.  

Green tea: Sip on this soothing tea which has been shown to prevent the growth of the H. Pylori bacteria.

Garlic and ginger: Add these ingredients to your food every day - they're powerful anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory nutrients.

Use these strategies to bring lasting relief.

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