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Re: Reactive Hypoglycemia and reactive Arthritis caused by H pylori ?.
 
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Re: Reactive Hypoglycemia and reactive Arthritis caused by H pylori ?.


Thanks fectoid , you definitely raise a good point there. Sweet potatoes seem my best shot at carb eating( luckily I love them also ! ).

What worries me about these bacteria , yeasts and parasites is that not many people ever seem to rid themselves of them and get back to a regular way of life without Antibiotic or antifungal treatment.

Although according to my test results candida isn't a problem I know for a fact Antibiotics were somehow a trigger for my health issues. Whether they effected my immune system so badly to allow me to become susceptible to H pylori and the other bacteria present or something else entirely I'm still pondering on.

This is a really interesting read and it further proves the point I've been raising with my family in regards to the majority of doctors ( even gastroenterologists ) not really understanding the true causes of most digestive complaints and barely ever performing the correct testing.

http://www.badbugs.org/mystory.htm



If the Matula Tea I'll most likely buy doesn't clear the H pylori ( which I'm not getting my hopes up with ) I'm going to be at a real brick wall in regards to actual treatment. I can imagine myself out of desperation starting the Antibiotic course. Hm..
 

 
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