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Humans have been colonized by Helicobacter pylori for at least 50,000 years.
H Pylori is a controversial diagnosis. Helicobacter pylori is present in about 50% of the world’s population. I don't believe it needs to be "treated". Here are a bunch of references relating Helicobacter pylori to asthma prevention.
H. pylori may help protect kids from asthma, hay fever or skin allergies in childhood. H. pylori may protect against Tuberculosis, less reflux disease, less esophageal adenocarcinoma, less anti-micr..., etc.
The concern with the studies considering H. Pylori as pathogenic... Were the studies done on the SAD, with dysbiosis due to antibiotics, steroids, antacids, preservatives, anti-nutrients and chemicals in food, etc.?
When we change the *environment* of the gut ph by adding nutrients AND include naturally fermented microbials WITH adequate stomach acid and opening detox pathways, I don't believe the results would be equivalent, imo.
Parasites thrive for a reason. Pinworms thrive for a reason. Candida thrives for a reason. H. pylori thrives for a reason. Address the underlying environmental dysbiosis and they are less opportunistic. I trust the body to self-regulate, when provided the nourishment it needs.
Science studies things in isolation. Microbials thrive in a symbiotic environment. I believe they are a signal of an imbalance, perhaps. Stomach Acid Stomach Acid Rah! Rah! Rah!
For anemia, there are many alternatives to improve iron and ferritin. There are several types of anemia. But, basically, here is a list of foods high in iron, folate and B12 which all help anemia.
Also, the herbal infusions help all of those: