Last Updated on January 13, 2020
Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) is a force to be reckoned with. It doesn’t go away in a hurry. I’ve seen thousands of patients with H. pylori in their stomachs. I’ve consulted with other doctors and gastroenterologists, and I’ve looked at the research on using the triple therapy protocol for treating H. pylori. I’ve seen the supposed 94% eradication rate with triple therapy, and I can tell you from the frontlines, that it just isn’t true.
The recurrence rate for H. pylori is extremely high, way higher than many people imagine. A negative H. pylori test does not necessarily mean you no longer have H. pylori. False negatives are not uncommon, and that’s true, whether it’s a breath test, blood test, or stool test.
Over half of the clients I see that have reportedly been successfully treated for H. pylori, still have symptoms, and respond beautifully to further H. pylori treatment. I’ve been told that is the “placebo effect” or that further treatment just improved overall well-being. That’s nonsense. In each of these cases, the H. pylori like symptoms went away when I treated the clients for that bug.
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If you are still struggling with gastrointestinal symptoms after H. pylori treatment, I’d be highly suspicious of ongoing H. pylori, even if you’ve recently tested negative for the bug. If you’ve got symptoms such as burping, upper GI discomfort, queasiness, nausea, specific food intolerances, fatigue, brain fog, and abdominal pain, then likely the Helicobacter hasn’t been eradicated.
My suggestion for anyone in that situation is to get some colloidal silver. If your symptoms are severe, I start with low parts per million. If your symptoms are less severe, I suggest starting with 40 parts per million or higher. Take the silver colloid about an hour away from food. I suggest taking it between breakfast and lunch, between lunch and dinner, and between dinner and retiring. Do that for three weeks, without taking anything other than the silver colloid.
After the three weeks are up, I’d suggest adding CanXida Remove. You can take CanXida Remove with each meal. This product will help clean up yeast and bacteria that have colonized the gut due to poor upper GI function.
Next, add CanXida Restore. I’d recommend taking one with breakfast and one right before you got to bed. CanXida Rebuild is another important addition and it should be taken with lunch
and the evening meal. CanXida Rebuild is an anti-microbial that also contains a lot of minerals and vitamins. Keep your doctor informed about how you respond to this treatment plan, so together you can adjust it as needed.