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Can anyone suggest foods that aid the healing of a peptic ulcer?

 
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12/11/2012 02:59 PM
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Can anyone suggest foods that aid the healing of a peptic ulcer?
My Dad nearly bled out over the weekend due to a peptic ulcer. He's home from the hospital now, and I was hoping someone might be able to suggest foods and/or supplements that aid the healing process. Thanks.
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12/11/2012 03:48 PM
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Re: Can anyone suggest foods that aid the healing of a peptic ulcer?
My Dad nearly bled out over the weekend due to a peptic ulcer. He's home from the hospital now, and I was hoping someone might be able to suggest foods and/or supplements that aid the healing process. Thanks.
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Porridge :-)
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12/11/2012 03:56 PM
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Re: Can anyone suggest foods that aid the healing of a peptic ulcer?
heard it's a bacteria...check it out
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12/11/2012 04:02 PM
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Re: Can anyone suggest foods that aid the healing of a peptic ulcer?
I take one tablet every day of mastic gum capsules.Takes 24 hours to start working.
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12/11/2012 04:08 PM
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Re: Can anyone suggest foods that aid the healing of a peptic ulcer?
Well.....my dad uses cayenne pepper....drinks it with water every day. I started giving cayenne pepper mixed with apple cider vinegar to my husband every day and he said it really helped him with his stomach problems....

But - RESEARCH it first....
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12/11/2012 04:14 PM
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Re: Can anyone suggest foods that aid the healing of a peptic ulcer?
i'm taking aloe vera juice and it SEEMS to have stopped my back/stomach pains while i'm sleeping. early days yet though.

not diagnosed with ulcers or anything, just trying to self treat, cos the docs in this country are FUCKING USELESS!

just googled it, and it seems to be a recommended treatment too, so maybe worth a try OP?

it's not the best tasting stuff, but you get strangely used to it, and start liking it too. i'm taking 25ml twice a day
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12/11/2012 04:21 PM
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Re: Can anyone suggest foods that aid the healing of a peptic ulcer?
Decent list of foods to eat and foods to avoid for ulcers:

[link to www.botanical-online.com]

It's not mentioned on that page, but high doses of vitamin C can kill H. pylori, which causes most ulcers.
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12/11/2012 04:23 PM
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Re: Can anyone suggest foods that aid the healing of a peptic ulcer?
Food:
apples, celery, cranberries, onions, garlic, tea, blueberries, cherries, tomatoes, almonds, beans, whole grains, leafy greans

Reduce: meat, trans-fatty acids, commercial baked goods, crackers, cakes, french fries, beverages, alcholo

Supplemnts:
L-Glutamine
Glutathione
Vitamin E
probiotic supplements 10 billion CFUs
Vitamin C
licorice
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12/11/2012 04:27 PM
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Re: Can anyone suggest foods that aid the healing of a peptic ulcer?
Sea buckthorn juice, yogurt (Russian kefir), homemade chicken broth (preferably Russian)
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12/11/2012 04:37 PM
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Re: Can anyone suggest foods that aid the healing of a peptic ulcer?
Cumcumber does great atm for me.

Slice in half with salt and skin , just 1 euro.
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12/11/2012 04:54 PM
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Re: Can anyone suggest foods that aid the healing of a peptic ulcer?
Search online for:

Dead Doctors Don't Lie:

1. Ulcers, caused by stress?.

How many of you have heard that? If you don't raise your hand you've got Alziemers or you're fibbing, right? Well we knew fifty years ago in the veterinary industry that ulcers in pigs were caused by a bacteria called helicobacterpilory and of course we couldn't get one of these high-prices stomach surgeons from Mayo Clinic, (in fact, we always used to yell, "Hold the Mayo" when they would say stuff like that), and otherwise your pork chops would be $275 a pound to pay for that kind of surgery. We learned that with a trace mineral called bismuth and the tetracycline antibiotic that we could prevent and cure those stomach ulcers in pigs without surgery. And so that's what we did. Costs $5 to cure a pig of stomach ulcers with bismuth, a trace mineral, and tetracycline. The National Institute of Health, not the National Enquirer, came out in February of this year, February, 1994, and said ulcers are caused by a bacteria called helicobacterpilory, not stress. And they can be cured, (they actually used the cure word in this news release), (medical researchers never do that, they say "shows promising results", or "may be beneficial", they use the cure word), they can be cured by the use of the trace mineral, bismuth, and tetracycline.

For those of you who don't know what bismuth comes in, you can get it from any grocery store, or drug store. It's pink, about $2.95 for an 8 oz. bottle, and it's called Pepto-Bismol. So a teaspoon of Pepto-Bismol and some Orymiacin pellets, you can take care of ulcers. You have your choice of whether you are going to treat your own for $5, or go get whittled on. It's your choice.
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Re: Can anyone suggest foods that aid the healing of a peptic ulcer?
thank you all so much!
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