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By | January 12, 2010

H-Pyroli Cures And Helicobacter Pyroli Ulcer Treatment

H-pyroli or Helicobacter pyroli is a serious bacterial infection that affects the gastrointestinal tract and is caused due to the consumption of food or water that has been contaminated with fecal matter. The infection spreads from one person to another through saliva, hence sharing food with an infected person could be dangerous. The infection spreads rapidly  and may assume the proportions of an epidemic in places where people live in overcrowded, unhygienic conditions. The most common symptoms of this infection are extremely painful stomach cramps, bloating in the abdominal region, loss of appetite, nausea and vomiting, stomach upsets, very dark stools and formation of ulcers in the digestive tract.

Tips For Preventing H-Pyroli Infection

The most effective way of preventing H-pyroli infection is to raise the level of acids in the stomach, as the bacteria cannot thrive in an acidic environment. For this purpose, the consumption of tea, coffee, alcohol and cigarettes must be stopped immediately. You should also eat a few cloves of raw garlic and liberally use raw onions in salads during every meal in order to maintain a healthy pH level in the stomach so that the growth of H-pyroli bacteria is inhibited.

The high sulfur content of onion and garlic effectively destroy harmful bacteria in the stomach and help prevent infection in the ulcers that might have formed in the digestive tract.

Spices like cinnamon and pepper should also be used in generous amounts in cooked food, as they are known to eliminate bacteria from the stomach. Eating citrus fruits on a regular basis is also known to be of great help in preventing and treating this condition, as they are rich natural sources of vitamin C that helps prevent bacterial infections.

Drinking a glass of pineapple juice every day also helps soothe the inflamed walls of the stomach and aids speedy recovery. You must also drink 10-12 glasses of water to prevent the accumulation of toxic wastes in the body.

In addition, a few basic rules of hygiene should also be followed to control the spread of this infection. Always wash your hands with antibacterial soap and water after visiting the toilet. Make sure that you wash all your utensils properly before using them for cooking. Never forget to wash your hands before and after meals. Ensure that you the source from which you obtain drinking water is not contaminated by any means and filter and boil the water before you drink it to minimize the chances of contracting this infection.