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How To Heal Helicobacter Pylori Infection Fast

Have you been trying to rid your stomach of helicobacter pylori?


Helicobacter pylori is a gram-negative, spiral bacteria that is often found in the stomach. In fact, many people have h. pylori infection without knowing about it. 


H. pylori bacteria is often treated with antibiotics (e.g. triple therapy for h pylori) or proton pump inhibitors for managing H. Pylori symptoms like heartburn, indigestion, and reflux. 


It’s estimated that approximately 50% (over 3 billion) of the world population is infected with Helicobacter pylori bacteria.


Have you tried to treat Helicobacter Pylori with antibiotics, PPIs, or histamine H2 blockers?


And maybe you felt better initially but then…


Your H. Pylori symptoms got worse? 


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After taking Helicobacter pylori medicine for a week or longer, you may experience an increase of indigestion, reflux, bloating, irregular bowel movements, emotional imbalances, and even first signs of depression. 


If you’ve been on this downward spiral to fight Helicobacter Pylori infection, this post is written for you! 


In this article, you learn where exactly you need to start treatment of helicobacter pylori 100% naturally and without antibiotics.

If you don’t want to get stuck in a life-long dependency on supplements and medication, then it’s time to treat the underlying cause for Helicobacter symptoms like bloating, anemia, stomach pain, reflux, and bad breath.



Antibiotics are not the answer for Helicobacter Pylori!


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Antibiotics damage your microbiome and worst of all even strengthen pathogenic bacteria like resistant strains of streptococcus. 


Have you taken antibiotics to treat the helicobacter pylori infection? 


Leave a sentence about your experience in the comments below. 


Here’s what I’ve seen over and over again…


Antibiotics like clarithromycin, metronidazole, and amoxicillin may give short-term relief from H. pylori symptoms but…


It’s like spending and spending money from your credit card. 


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Because antibiotics against Helicobacter pylori infection come with a HIGH “interest rate”. 


Just take the word alone: Anti = against, biotics = life


Did you know that they have MORE microbial cells including bacteria, viruses, and fungi than human cells? 


You need bacteria to survive.


Antibiotics are absolutely destructive (think atomic bomb) for our bodies. 


Because they do not just kill (some) pathogenic h.pylori bacteria but also millions of healthy bacteria that are needed for e.g. breaking down food and proper immune function.  


Furthermore, antibiotics can literally burn holes in your stomach and cause major digestive damage that may take months (even years) to recover from.


If you’ve taken medications like PPIs or antibiotics in the past, there’s one organ that gets hit the most (after your gut).


Any guesses? 


It’s your liver.

Helicobacter pylori medication gets absorbed by your liver and its residues may stay there for decades until you do a gentle cleanse or detox.



The Alternative: Do This to Heal Helicobacter Pylori Infection 


1. Amp up your natural stomach acid 


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Have you been told you have too much acid and need to reduce it, e.g. with proton pump inhibitors or histamine H2 blockers?




The truth is it’s VERY likely that you are low in stomach acid if you are dealing with helicobacter pylori symptoms. Watch this video to learn more. 


Your healthy stomach acid is there to protect you from stomach infections and kills pathogenic bacteria like h.pylori. 


Stomach acid is part of your intestinal immune defense. 


Furthermore, it’s needed to help break down the food you eat and to convert essential minerals like iron into its absorbable form. 


That’s why many Gut Feelers who are dealing with low stomach acid, helicobacter pylori infection, and indigestion are low in iron and vitamin B12.  

To heal H.pylori symptoms and rebuilt your stomach acid, I highly recommend doing the 1-Week Stomach Healing Challenge as soon as possible.


Stomach Healing Challenge


2. Stop feeding the “bad guys”


Has your doctor ever told you that certain foods feed pathogenic bacteria and make e.g. helicobacter pylori worse?


I bet he didn’t! 


Maybe you’ve even been told to lower alcohol and fat consumption…


But that’s by far NOT enough if you want to finally overcome h. Pylori symptoms.


All pathogenic bacteria, not just helicobacter pylori, and viruses feed of the following foods:


  • Eggs 
  • Dairy
  • Gluten
  • Soy
  • Corn


In order for you to heal from helicobacter pylori, it is crucial that you avoid foods that make this stomach bacteria grow stronger. 


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If you’re thinking now…


Well, that’s pretty much all the foods I eat every day.


What should I eat then? 


Air? Sun? Water? 


Don’t worry! 


I got you covered here with this in-depth guide that includes stomach-healing recipes, 1-week meal plan and best supplement recommendations to treat helicobacter pylori infection naturally.


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Rest assured, there are plenty of natural foods that feed your microbiome (e.g. healthy bacteria) and fight off pathogens like Helicobacter pylori WITHOUT causing harm to your digestion.



3. The one thing that makes helicobacter pylori infection 10x worse


Do you have any guesses?


Hint: It’s not food or supplement-related!  



It’s stress! 


Stress, worry, and your stomach health are 100% related. 


You could eat the best organic fresh foods and get 0% benefit IF your body is in stress mode. 


To make this real short…


There are two systems in your body: your sympathetic nervous system and your parasympathetic nervous system.


They can not be activated at the same time. It’s either one or the other. 


If you are stressed (emotionally, mentally, physically) your sympathetic nervous system is active. 


It releases the stress hormone adrenalin and most of your blood is sent to your arms and legs. 


This state is called fight or flight mode. 


Either run from the tiger or fight it. That’s why your arms and legs are powered up.


Now, let me ask you something…


What do you think happens if you eat something in this state? 


What do your stomach and intestines do?


Give it a guess! 



The answer is NOTHING! 


Digestion is not happening when you are in fight or flight mode. It’s not important if your body believes you’re running for your life. 


Does it make sense? 


The only time your body can digest properly AND fight off e.g. h. pylori infection is when you feel relaxed! 


I give you two simple, yet effective tools to lower stress and activate your body’s digestive mode here



SUMMARY: How To Heal Helicobacter Pylori Infection

  • Antibiotics, PPIs and H2 blockers are NOT a sustainable solution to heal h. pylori infection.They may get you short-term symptom relief but do not address the root causes for helicobacter pylori infection. 
  • To fully recover and heal your digestion you need to focus on three things:
    • Rebuilt natural stomach acid 
    • Stop eating foods that feed pathogens e.g. helicobacter pylori and include healing foods instead
    • Stress management: Train your body to respond differently to every day challenges

Comment below what the first step to recover from helicobacter pylori infection is for you TODAY.

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  1. I have been suffering from bad breath for the past 2 years , last time I visited the hospital, I was ask to do stool test, and I was diagnosed H Pylori bacteria, the doctor gave me some antibiotics, I felt better for one month , later I felt the same way again please I really need help, I need a lasting solution for this problem, I have suffered alot because of this,

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