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What type of diet should I be on with h. pylori?

I was diagnosed with h. pylori a little over a month ago. Still suffering with the aftermath, and possibly still have it.  Will know October 17th, when i go for a re check. Am curious what kind of diet I should be on.  It seems sugar is bothering me the most and any processed foods. Getting frustrated not knowing what I should be eating and/or not eating!

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4 years ago

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Janet, I am sorry to hear about the H. P. Even with antibiotics H.P can be difficult to get ride of. This is a medical condition and any diet changes should be discussed with your doctor.

Sugar is food for the HP. Avoid sugary foods as much as possible. I would avoid as much processed food as possible. It offers almost no nutrition and over works the digestive system.

If there are certain foods that cause stomach pain avoid them.

Avoid sugars, wheat, coffee, processed foods, alcohol, dairy, pickled foods, red meats and processed meats.

Increase your intake of fresh brewed green tea, garlic, green apples, strawberries, spinach, oats and carrots, Vitamins C, A and E are important for the mucosal lining of your digestive system. Probiotics are also very important for the health of your digestive system

You need at least 80 ounces of combined fluids every day. Most of it should be pure water.

A few years ago I beat HP by doing the following and I know others that have done the same. It may work for you and may not. It will take a few weeks.

For 1 month every morning, lunch and evening I had the following
1 tbs organic virgin coconut oil
1 tbs of raw unfiltered honey (Manuka 15+ is sgreat honey as well)
1/4 tsp ceylon cinnamon
1 tbs raw apple cidar vinegar (Braggs)
4 ounces of pure cranberry juice (not the typical grocery store type with other fruits and water)
4 ounces of pure organic aloe vera juice

I hope this info helps

Healthy wishes
Wally Bishop C.N.C.

This is not medical advise. Please consult with your doctor about any and all diet and lifestyle changes.

4 years ago

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Thank you so much Wally. I will discuss all of this next follow up with my gastro dr. It can't hurt to eat lots of fruits and veggies! Thanks again! Janet
Thank You,
This has been very helpful.
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