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How to Fix a Stomach Ulcer

How to Fix a Stomach Ulcer

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hey guys today we’re going to talk about how to fix a stomach ulcer okay I had a stomach ulcer when I was in college it was very very painful and I was downing the tums like there’s nobody’s business I was eating these things buying the mega packs so I have a personal experience reality on what this feels like it’s actually a pretty severe problem okay when you think about it to actually have an ulcer eating away your stomach like a hole in your stomach it’s bleeding you know that’s like a major problem you have to be pretty sick to get one of these things and I was very sick I’ll tell you a little bit more in a minute but first I wanted to differentiate between an ulcer and acid reflux okay or heartburn okay the normal pH of the stomach should be between 1.5 and 3 that’s very very very strong acid you have a little valve on the top of the stomach right there if this pH starts to go higher which means more alkaline there are certain sensors in this valve that won’t close properly so acid will start splashing out this way and that’s how you would feel it as an acid reflux or indigestion it’ll get worse with food because the food will dilute this and then you start getting regurgitation that way but with an ulcer normally the food will coat this damaged area and make you feel better at least temporarily ok so I just wanted to make that differentiation so when you have an ulcer you have damage to the mucus layer which is a protective coating around the stomach and your body produces about 0.5 to 1.5 liters of gastric acids every single day and gastric acid is composed of hydrochloric acid potassium chloride and sodium chloride so you actually need potassium and sodium to help you digest okay now let’s talk about the four main causes of an ulcer one is H pylori okay I I did a separate video on this so I put a link down below if you want to get more data but this is a microbe okay that can actually create destruction and and hole in your stomach number two NSAIDs okay these are anti-inflammatories number three stress why because the nervous system that controls the stomach is called the autonomic nervous system and the primary system that dominates the digestive process is the parasympathetic so stress activates the sympathetic nervous system the flight-or-fight thereby inhibiting the parasympathetic I mean try to digest when you’re being chased by a tiger or you’re under stress it doesn’t really work you digest best when you’re calm and when you’re relaxed okay then number four and this is interesting idiopathic now you may not know what this means but this means unknown cause well there’s always a cause so let me tell you what I think the cause of this would be number one you know excessive alcohol will do it another condition called hypercalcemia too much calcium in the blood will cause an ulcer if you look it up you’ll see that’s one of the side effects but this is the big one right here refined foods okay especially when you’re you get depleted with vitamin E vitamin E protects the stomach from getting ulcers vitamin E is a very powerful antioxidant it also protects your arteries because if you think about it and also is oxidative damage to part of your tissues which means that you’re lacking certain antioxidants okay to help protect you and you you become susceptible when you consume refined foods without the antioxidant part okay and I’m not talking about taking any accidents as a supplement talking about eating the foods with the antioxidants already in it like vegetables for example now people with ulcers will always have a deficiency of one or more of these nutrients b1 b2 b6 b12 vitamin C or folic acid alright now let’s get to what you should take as a remedy to heal your stomach ulcer okay now of course I’m recommending healthy keto fasting absolutely that’s just a given I put a link down below if you don’t know what that means but these are the four remedies that are very effective one cabbage juice there are certain compounds in cabbage that are great for healing ulcers and this has been thoroughly studied I’ll put some links down below now you may not do well if it’s fermented cabbage juice like in sauerkraut because that might irritate this but if you juice the cabbage or even consume cabbage on a regular basis if you have an ulcer you’ll find that it will give you some relief okay chlorophyll is very very healing for a stomach ulcer where diga chlorophyll leafy greens wheatgrass juice powder licorice also has the ability to help heal ulcers and zinc carnosine okay this is a specific zinc attached to an amino acid that helps deliver the zinc into the stomach this is a really really powerful remedy right here so you can try one or more of these right here oh and I wanted to mention how I got my ulcer the combination of massive stress and only refined foods okay that’s the only foods that I consumed I didn’t have any chlorophyll in my diet I didn’t eat any anything green the only thing green that I ate was pistachio ice cream and lime green jello and that did not help I did not have any basic information on health at that time all right guys thanks for watching and I will see you in the next video so I want to thank you for being here and watching my videos if you haven’t already subscribed go ahead and do so so you can stay informed of future videos

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In this video, Dr. Berg talks about how to fix a stomach ulcer. When you have an ulcer, you have damage in the mucus layer which is a protective coating in the stomach. The body produces about .5 to 1.5L of gastric acid (composed of hydrochloric acid, potassium chloride, sodium chloride) every single day.

The difference between Ulcer and Acid Reflux/Heartburn:
The normal pH of the stomach should be between 1.5 and 3 (strong acid). With acid reflux or heartburn, if this pH starts to go higher(more alkaline), the stomach valve will not close properly so the acid starts splashing up. It will get worse with food. While with Ulcer, the food will coat the burning area in the stomach temporarily.

4 Main Causes of Ulcer
1. H. Pylori – microbes
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2. NSAIDS – anti-inflammatory
3. Stress (Gastric Ischemia)
4. Idiopathic – unknown cause

Idiopathic Causes
• Alcohol
• Hypercalcemia
• Refined foods

Nutrient Deficiency when you have Ulcer:
• Vitamin B1, B2, B6, B12, C, Folic Acid

Remedies for Stomach Ulcer (with
• Cabbage Juice
• Chlorophyll
• Licorice
• Zinc Carnosine

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