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by Francene Frayer (2020-07-30)

I have got a letter from one of Internal 911 my old friend who suffers Candida Albicans and asked me about Helicobacter Pylori. Recently, she had a blood draw for Helicobacter Pylori blood test stating that it would measure this stomach bacterium. She would like to know if I have some knowledge on this and if the bacterium is possibly linked to Candida Albicans. Helicobacter Pylori, or H-pylori, as it is often called, is not a strain of bacteria that is native to our gut terrain. In many instances, it is responsible for ulcers and even rosacea. I took some of the herbs known for killing H-pylori, for several months prior to taking the blood test she mentioned above, so it is natural that my results came back negative. I guess I will never know if I actually had the bacteria at anytime, but at least I know I don't need those herbs anymore. Regarding the question if it is linked to Candida Albicans, I would say yes and no. To be in optimal health, the gut terrain needs to be balanced, so if H-pylori are present, it disrupts this balance. This means that the good, or necessary bacteria count, could be low, which would allow candida and/or other strains of pathogens to grow out of control. But, while I don't have H-pylori, I do have citrobacter freundii. Eliminating it from my body doesn't mean that candida will follow suit, but it is still a necessary part of my treatment. We have to keep our system in balance.

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