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Ulcer Kills: Stop Eating Too Much Of These 3 Things, If You Want To Live Long

How do you treat an ulcer? Ever miss a meal because of an ulcer? This page discusses ulcer-causing foods and pain-free living.

What Is Ulcer?

Ulcers are gastrointestinal lesions. Esophageal sores can occur (throat). Small intestinal ulcers are common. These are called "duodenal ulcers." Stomach ulcers are gastric ulcers. Ulcers might be oral, stomach, or heart.

Over half the population has stomach ulcers, says a survey. Many people have lost their favorite foods due to this possibly dangerous ulcer.

What are some of the items you eat to help relieve ulcers?

Flavonoids, often called bioflavonoids, may help stomach ulcers, research shows.

2# Licorice that has been deglycyrrhizinated. 

Probiotics (#3) 

Honey, 4# 


Garlic, 5# 


6 pound cranberry 

7# Fiber is found in fruits, vegetables, and entire grains.

This article can help you identify foods that may cause ulcers. Included are health-boosting foods.

The following are some things that you can never take in excess in order to avoid ulcers. 

TOO MUCH RED PEPPER SHOULD BE AVOIDED. 

This study confirms that consuming red pepper raises gastric acid, which worsens duodenal ulcer symptoms. This study used less red pepper than other countries.

Instead of pepper, try locost beans or ginger, which have less side effects and more benefits.


STOP TAKING TOO MUCH ALCOHOL

Excess alcohol irritates and inflames the stomach lining. Bleeding can spread. H. pylori is also believed to induce gastritis, and heavy alcohol usage enhances ulcer risk.

Excess alcohol use irritates the stomach. Alcohol causes the stomach to create more acid, which can induce gastroenteritis (the inflammation of the stomach lining). Heavy drinkers have stomach pain, vomiting, diarrhea, and blood.

STOP SMOKING TOBACCO AND CIGARRETE

Smokers are more prone to developing ulcers that are difficult to heal. Heavy smokers are more likely to develop peptic ulcers than nonsmokers. Cigarette smoking, however, is not ulcerogenic.

Tobacco use increases ulcer risk and reduces medication efficacy. Consider these reasons to stop smoking: Increases the risk of peptic ulcers and hinders healing.

NOTE; All images used in this article meant for illustrative purpose!

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Source: https://health.usnews.com/conditions/digestive-disease/peptic-ulcer/articles/stomach-ulcer-diet-foods-to-eat-and-avoid

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