Here's a question about some increasingly common health
problems, so I thought I'd share it with you:
I've been diagnosed with Helicobactor Pylori (H-Pylori),
an allergy to casein (found in dairy products, etc.), and
with a B-12 deficiency (needing injections each month).
Will Super Shield help me?
SB: Brinda, the answer yes.
The answer comes in 2 parts.
Here's Part 1:
Part 1: H-pylori and ulcers
Research shows that the Helicobacter pylori bacteria (H.
pylori) causes or worsens most stomach ulcers.
The standard treatment for ulcers is "triple therapy" --
two antibiotics to kill the H. pylori bacteria and an
antacid to lower stomach acid and promote healing of the
Problem is, it often hurts more than helps.
On triple therapy you'll take as many as 20 medications a
Some of those pills (the antacids), slow and stop
digestion because your stomach requires those acids to
break down many types of foods. But the acid production is
blocked or neutralized by the medications. So you end up
with gas, bloating, constipation and diarrhea.
More lump in your rump: Triple therapy also causes reduced
nutrient absorption (likely a cause of Brinda's B-12
deficiency) which leads to increased appetite.
The antibiotics used in triple therapy can open you up to
a multitude of infections.
They also cause side effects such as nausea, vomiting,
diarrhea, dark stools, metallic taste in the mouth,
dizziness, headache, and yeast infections in women.
And the real kicker is this:
H. pylori can grow BACK... after all this "therapy."
So you'll be back at square one again with your stomach on
fire and downing more big bottles of expensive prescription
Probiotics Change The Game
Now what IS showing great promise in ulcer prevention and
treatment is probiotics.
Lab experiments have proven that certain Lactobacillus
strains -- L. acidophilus, L. salivarius and L. casei --
not only slow the growth of H. pylori, they can actually
Research was conducted with a group of people where they
were given L. salivarius for a few days, then they were fed
H. pylori. The researchers noted that the people were
completely protected from H. pylori infection.
Other studies were done on people already infected with H.
pylori. Feeding them L. salivarius AFTER infection reduced
the presence of H. pylori bacteria by more than 99%!
Impressive results have also been seen in human studies:
In a study reported in the American Journal of Clinical
Nutrition, researchers took a group of 70 adults who tested
positive for H. pylori, but had no ulcer symptoms.
For a six-week period, 59 of the 70 adults were given
yogurt to which L. acidophilus and Bifidobacterium lactis
were added, and the other 11 just drank ordinary milk.
After the 6 weeks the H. pylori levels in the probiotic-
laced yogurt group were lowered significantly, whereas the
milk drinkers saw no change.
Two months after the study, after the yogurt group stopped
taking probiotics, their H. pylori levels had again
It's got a whole lot more live cultures than any yogurt
will ever have.
Super Shield contains powerful, research-grade strains of
the types of bacteria that were shown to be effective
against H. pylori in research studies -- L. acidophilus, L.
salivarius, L. casei and B. lactis.
These and the 9 other feisty beneficial bacteria in Super
Shield continue their work further down in your digestive
tract, enhancing digestion, improving nutrient absorption
and keeping your colon wall healthy and strong.
Part 2: Probiotics and food allergies
Now, I haven't forgotten about Brinda's casein allergy
Wait until you see this--it's sure to be something you've
never heard from your doctor:
Food allergies are when your immune system sees a harmless
food as a dangerous pathogen or invader. As a result, your
body reacts by releasing the hormone histamine. This
causes itchy skin or swelling in the lips, mouth, tongue
Other allergic reactions can include a runny nose,
shortness of breath, hives, flushing, dizziness, vomiting
Most food allergies fall into these categories:
- Milk (usually casein--the protein found in milk is a
- Wheat (typically gluten--the protein in wheat--is the
big problem here)
- Nuts that grow on trees (almonds, cashews, pecans, etc.)
Food allergies are commonly treated by avoidance-- to find
out what bothers you and stay FAR away from it.
However, this often means that people have to go without
foods they love. Plus there's always the threat that the
offending food might unknowingly or accidentally be eaten.
But here's some great news for Brinda and all that suffer
from food allergies:
Research has conclusively shown that probiotic supplements
can significantly reduce allergic reactions to foods.
One study was conducted at Seoul National University in
South Korea and published in 2005 in the Federation of
European Microbiological Societies' Immunology and Medical
The researchers tested two groups that were allergic to
egg white. Half of the participants were given
Bifidobacterium bifidum and Lactobacillus casei every day
for 5 weeks and the other half received none.
After the 5 weeks, all of the participants were given egg
white. Those treated with probiotics had significantly
fewer allergic reactions, measured by how much histamine
In another study published in the Journal of Allergy and
Clinical Immunology, researchers studied 27 babies who were
allergic to cow's milk. For one month, cow's milk was
removed from their diets and 13 of them were given
Lactobacillus rhamnosus. The other 14 were given no
After one month, all of the babies were given cow's milk
again. Those who had the L. rhamnosus showed significantly
less reactions to the milk than the babies who received no
This is great news for food allergy sufferers...and it's
one of the reasons that Bifidobacterium bifidum,
Lactobacillus casei and Lactobacillus rhamnosus were
included in Super Shield probiotic formula.
Each and every bacterium in Super Shield was carefully
considered and hand-picked for potency and effectiveness in
benefitting the body in a variety of ways.
So Brinda, for you and all my readers who have food
allergies, see for yourself how much better Super Shield
can help YOU feel.
PS: Inadequate digestion can worsen ulcer symptoms and
lead to harmful bacteria overgrowth and poor nutrient
absorption. The most common cause of improper digestion is
eating hard to digest, badly combined foods. The Great
Taste No Pain system can show you how to naturally end
these problems simply by pairing the right foods that
digest easily together.
See how simple it is to end indigestion, as well as help
combat the harmful effects of antibiotics and antacids. A
much healthier lifetime awaits you when you follow my
advice in Great Taste No Pain:
**The FDA has not evaluated all of these statements. The
contents of this email are not to be considered medical
advice and are for educational purposes only. If you are
experiencing health challenges, always consult your doctor
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