H Pylori and Ulcerative Colitis

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Can H Pylori play a role in developing ulcerative colitus and can it be considered along with stress a causative ingredient?

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Nope. They're miles apart
by: Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune Queen!

Nope, sorry. You're looking in the wrong place for a cause of your ulcerative colitis.

The H pylori bacteria is in the stomach and stays in the stomach, while separated from the colon by 19 feet of small intestine.

But the same underlying cause has likely caused both H pylori and ulcerative colitis. With 'stress' being a 'catchall' term for what causes a lot of illnesses, while technically true- it means little to you in terms of helping yourself overcome your problem. If you are looking to actually try to get better (which you absolutely can) then you'll need to look at a combination of:

* Poor eating habits
* Environmental toxins
* Food allergies
* Gluten Sensitivity
* Adrenal Gland Fatigue
* Multiple nutrient deficiencies
* Severe inflammation
* Other intestinal infections such as parasites and/or
* Intestinal Candida Infection

Address these problems, which will take some serious work and lifestyle and diet changes, and you'll reduce your symptoms dramatically and potentially even stop your autoimmune disease process and 'potentially' even reverse your thyroid.

Kerri Knox RN Immune Health Queen

Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune System Queen
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