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Is Strawberry Juice Good For Gastritis
Not in my opinion: brandies, because they often contain sort of "cooling" compounds, were thought to be "medicinal," but they aren't/ Alcohol is not good for any kind of infection - it actually increases inflammation, diminishes the immune system response to infections, and has many drug interactions with many antibiotics and other medications used in treating various conditions. ...Read more
Apple juice?: Apple juice (a) does nothing to cure a patient of any kidney disease. A has a much lower content of potassium (p) than most other fruits juices. Patients with serious kidney disease need to monitor their k intake, and a helps them do that. Here is a link that details the potassium content of common foods: http://westernhealth.Nl.Ca/uploads/healthyeating/potassium_content_of_selected_fruits.Pdf. ...Read more
Is frozen purple grape juice, apple juice and peppermint tea ok to drink for ulcer. Ipeppermint tea seems to calm tummy but some say bad for ulcer?
Probably OK: I see no problem with grape and apple juice, though i strongly recommend organic juices as both conventional grapes and apples are high in pesticides. The only reference i found re: ulcers says it should not be used in stomach ulcers because it lowers esophageal sphincter pressure, but i don't see why that would be bad for an ulcer. Many authorities claim peppermint tea is good for ulcers. ...Read more
A little: Cranberry juice has sugar, which can help a little the way any juice can. Plus staying well hydrated is important. In regards to it's laxative power, not really. Cranberries themselves offer fiber the same way other berries do, and that is substantiative. However, juices have little fiber and aid little as a laxative. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ginger juice: Better of two choices, though honestly not familiar with is use for sore thoat but is safe, avoid alcohol for any medical problem, it is not a medication. Try honey, warm herbal tea, hot shower, cough drops, salt water gargle, hot chicken soup, honestly home remedies, besides alcohol, are best choices. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Citrus in general is good for you - vitamin c is a wonderful vitamin and our diets are low in it. C helps with collagen formation which is the foundation for our skin - fights wrinkles. It also contains lycopenes which are wonderful anti-oxidants for the skin and the rest of the body. Our bodies are too acidotic from too much animal protein and c helps alkalinize to rebuild tissues and bones. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can diet cranberry juice from oceanspray be good as juice to heal h.Pylori and mild gastritis.Also what fruits and food to help heal the infection?
Probably not: The mild gastritis is likely caused by the h. Pylori infection. H pylori is a bacteria that attacks stomach lining. Effective treatment is a 10-14 days of antibiotics and a proton pump inhibitor ( like omeprazole) to decrease acid. Lack of treatment may lead to chronic stomach pain and/or stomach ulcers. There is no good evidence that cranberry juice or specific foods are good treatments. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes! Proven 4 ulcers: Research studies done in the 1950's at stanford medical school confirmed the effectiveness of this old folk remedy for gastric & peptic ulcers. Many thousands have successfully used cabbage juice for ulcers. I have not seen research on gastritis but it is almost certain to help this too. Many advise adding carrot juice for flavor. See http://www.Naturalnews.Com/027454_cabbage_ulcers.Html. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Antibiotic: If it's truly a UTI and especially since you're male, you need antibiotics. No home remedy will cure it. ...Read more
Ehlersdanlos3, pregnancy , chronic gastritis/esphogitis (no hpylori) making GERD unbearable... Help ... Natural if possible. Raw cabbage juice?
Can cranberry juice irritate my gastritis I have kidney stones they told me to drink this to help with the stone?
Absolutely!: There may be many stomach irritants: citrus, tomato, peppermint, spices, chocolate, splenda, etc. You have a double-whammy because you need to acidify your urine (hopefully a recommendation based on analysis of a stone your submitted!). If this is the case, find other compounds that may help your kidney stone condition. If you haven't caught a stone for analysis, then don't just go on a whim! ...Read more
Center: The fruit it self. Peeled and prepared in a variety of ways. Fried will probably be the least effective. ...Read more
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Caleb Treeze: Advertised as an amish remedy a "carefully balanced mixture of certified organic unfiltered raw apple cider vinegar, ginger juice and garlic juice. Special combination to achieve almost instant relief from acid reflux" it is not likely to be harmful except perhaps to your wallet. Only you will know if it helps. ...Read more
No one size fits all: Your answer is quite complicated. If serious conditions and food allergies and insenstivities have all been excluded, it is a great idea to keep a food diary. Keep track of what foods agree with your system and which foods agravate your digestive tract. Alcohol and coffee and spicy foods should be avoided. ...Read more
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