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Carrot Cabbage H Pylori Buster

Updated: Mar 28


Tasty juicing recipe for those who have contracted h pylori as a result of their initial toxic mold exposure. Carrots, Cabbage, Green Apple, Garlic and Ginger make up this amazing, healing tonic juice.


Never in a million years did I think I would end up with so many co-morbid conditions and diagnosis after being exposed to mold. One of the things that happened a few years after my exposure was I ended up with a terrible 8-month bout of the terrible bacteria called h pylori.


What is h pylori?

H. Pylori stands for (Helicobacter pylori). It is a bacterial infection that happens when H. pylori bacteria infect your stomach. The bacteria usually enters the body during childhood but when the immune system gets attacked by another pathogen like "toxic mold" and it can put a strain on your immune system and your ability to fight it or keep it at bay becomes compromised. This was my case. H Pylori is a common cause of peptic ulcers and if it gets out of control it can also lead to stomach and intestinal cancers. Researchers say that H. pylori infection may be present in more than half the people in the world.


What are the symptoms of h pylori?

Most people with an H. pylori infection will never even realize they have it nor will they have any signs or symptoms. Research has yet to identify why this is, but some people may be born with more resistance to the harmful symptoms and effects of H. pylori.

However, when you do start showing signs or symptoms with H. pylori infection, they might include some of the following that I had below:

  • An ache or burning pain in your abdomen

  • Abdominal pain that's worse when your stomach is empty

  • Nausea

  • Loss of appetite

  • Frequent burping

  • Bloating

  • Unintentional weight loss

  • Lightheadedness / Dizziness

  • Chronic debilitating fatigue

  • Symptoms increase after you eat anything acidic (coffees, tomato, apple cider vinegar ect.)

  • Extreme irritability

  • Diarrhea / Constipation

Some natural foods that help kill off h pylori


H Pylori is such a complicated bacterium, so much so that I'm creating another website "just to help people eradicate it". So in saying that, I'm not going to go into the full details of diagnosing, treating and preventing it here in this recipe, but I can share that there are some foods that can help with h pylori. Some of those foods include: Cabbage, Broccoli Sprouts, Garlic, Ginger and many more. Stay tuned for my new website coming in 2022!! www.SurvivingHPylori.com Until then you can enjoy this h pylori busting juice recipe below.



KITCHEN ITEMS YOU'LL NEED

Electric Juicer

Mason Jars with "airtight" lids

Glass or Stone Cutting Board

Stainless Steel Kitchen Cutting Knife

Water Filter


INGREDIENTS


2 large Organic Carrots

2 cups "or more" of Organic Cabbage

1 Organic Green Apple

2 Organic Garlic Cloves

1 Teaspoon of Organic Raw Ginger


INSTRUCTIONS

  1. Prewash and rinse ALL of your produce in only filtered water. Avoid toxins by using tap water straight.

  2. Using your cutting board and knife remove all of the parts of the produce that you do not want to juice. I don't juice the tops of carrots, the core and seeds of apples, the core of cabbage OR the skin that covers garlic. I do however, juice all the parts of ginger with no problem.

  3. Once your produce is cut into pieces that are small enough to fit inside your juice tube turn on your juicer.

  4. Place the mason jars under the exit spout of your juicer and begin feeding the produce into the shoot to produce juice.


STORAGE

It's very important to know that the fresher the juice is the more enzymes and nutrients remain in the juice that your body can use. I know all too well how difficult it is to pull out the juicer machine every single day and only juice "ONE GLASS"...It really is hard when you are sick. The best way to preserve the most enzymes (but not all) is to juice a week's worth of juice and freeze them in mason jars. Just remember to leave about one inch of space at the top of your jar to prevent the juice from expanding to the point that it cracks your mason jar during the freezing process.




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