‘Digestive conditios’

How to kill H. pylori

how to get rid of h pylori

If you have stomach burns you have definitely heard of Helicobacter pylori. And hated it. It’s an unpleasant tenant that forces his stay into our stomach. Some people say it is a common bug and to some hosts, it is quiet and peaceful. But for some reasons, this bacterium is evil to others (5-10% of those infected). To them it brings gastritis, gastric and duodenal ulcers, gastric lymphomas, and gastric adenocarcinomas. Put it in other terms: H. pylori is a… Read More

Can I take honey in diarrhea?

what to eat in diarrhea

“Can I take honey in diarrhea?” “Yes, absolutely.” “That sweet liquid?” “Science says that. Not me.” Gastroenteritis is an acute inflammation of the gastrointestinal tract that may be caused by a variety of factors, and honey, with its anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial effects helps in treating it. A fact that is more and more recognized by science, through new studies and clinical trials. Among the factors that cause diarrhea: infectious agents, certain medications, plant and animal toxins, gastro-intestinal disorders and substances… Read More

Is honey good for ulcer? Does manuka honey kill Helicobacter pylori?

does manuka honey kill h pylory

Is there a natural way to cure stomach ulcer? Is honey good for ulcer or gastritis? Does manuka honey kill Helicobacter pylori? Or heal the ulcer? Before going to check if the pain we feel is cased by an ulcer in our stomach (gastroscopy is the test that can accurately diagnose stomach ulcer) we hope we can solve the problem at home, by changing parts of our diets (actually eliminating some of the acidic food that give immediate pain or… Read More

Do not eat manuka honey in IBS!

manuka honey in irritable bowel syndrome

Do not eat manuka honey if you have irritable bowel syndrome. Or the disease. The question whether a person with irritable bowel syndrome can eat honey or not has already been discussed in the article Can I have honey in IBS? The answer is a definite NO when the person is in the acute phases of the disease and yes, under certain conditions. These imply the type of honey, which should contain an equal amount of fructose and glucose, or honey with… Read More

Can I have honey in IBS?

can I eat honeyif I have IBS or IBD

Honey is medicine. It has been known since prehistory. Chinese knew it, Indians, Egyptians knew it. Muslims and Christians as well. But modern days have changed things. Honey is not recommended in some diseases, and despite old beliefs, diabetes is not among them. “Eat honey, my son, for it is good . . .” (Proverbs 24:13, New International Version) Civilization brought us good and bad alike and we have developed modern diseases. So many conditions are said to be linked only to… Read More

Dandelion honey benefits – another way to naturally reduce gastric acidity

dandelion honey health benefits

Real dandelion honey is well known for its health benefits, though this type of honey is quite rare. I say “real” because there is another type of “dandelion honey” which is made by humans, not by honey bees. If you manage to find real dandelion honey, buy it and enjoy it with much appreciation, because it will be your body’s friend. Let’s see what’s with this plant. Name: Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) Family: Asteraceae Other names: Lion’s tooth, Priest’s crown, Swine’s snout… Read More