If you or a family member suffers from Crohn’s or Colitis take a moment to complete an online survey that can provide info needed to find cures!

Your participation in an online research study
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One response to this post.

  1. Posted by Linda on August 14, 2012 at 8:21 am

    I’ll bet my bottom dollar that all in Northport who suffer from cholitis and/or crohns disease will also test positive for h. pylori. My 36 year old daughter suffers from h. pylori and has learned loads about it. It IS curable…. H. pylori is a bacterium which colonizes in the stomach. (Bad water from Trail, perhaps??) Eventually it turns into ulcers and often esophagal cancer. Ask for a blood test (more reliable than a breath test or saliva test)… my family all did and all of the adults tested positive, but not the kids. We adults think we picked it up while travelling years ago in such places as India, Morocco, Afghanistan, where we got very ill with intestinal sicknesses. Not all who carry the h. pylori bacteria show symptoms. In my family, only one daughter… the symptoms start to diminish by working towards an alkaline system (we all bought alkaline water filters). Cabbage family is great for it. We now all eat loads of cabbage, broccoli, broccoli sprouts, sauerkraut etc. Decaffeinated black tea and coffee, etc. Most doctors know very little about h. pylori. My daughter bought the only book she could find about it on the web… the author has h. pylori and did major research. There’s one h. pylori clinic in England that deals with it. Seemingly cholitis, crohns, irritable bowel etc. are almost always related to an infestation of h. pylori. Good luck.

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