Today we’re going to talk about the best vegetable for gastritis, can you guess what it is?
Cabbage, let’s talk about why that is right after I get done telling you what gastritis is.
So it’s an inflamed stomach, it’s not a little thing it’s a significant problem, for your stomach to become inflamed it takes years sometimes it could take less than that. Still, usually, it’s a chronic problem after taking aspirin for many many years for some other problem, or you took steroids, or your diet has been terrible, or you be taking antacids chronically that left you with now and inflamed stomach.
You may or may not have an ulcer, but the lining of the stomach is inflamed, and it’s susceptible.
So if you were to dump a lot of acid into your stomach, it might cause a lot of pain.
The main symptom of gastritis is upper central abdominal pain. You have pain right here. It could be gnawing, dull burning. I used to have this in college. Of course, I chronically was under massive stress tiny sleep lots of sugar and refined carbs and junk food, not to mention a ton of coffee, and you’re probably also going to have to bloat.
Now there are some other triggers for gastritis one would be H pylori, that infection destroys the mucous lining in the side of the stomach that mucous lining is essential to prevent acid from eroding and irritating the inner stomach also H pylori is going to destroy the acid-making cells.
And so the pH of your stomach is going to go higher and higher and more alkaline, and that’s going to make it really hard to digest protein and kill microbes.
So you’re going to be very susceptible to having other infections getting food poisoning, for example.
Let’s say you had some chicken that wasn’t thoroughly cooked, and then you get this bacteria.
Now there’s also a factor in your stomach, the intrinsic factor that allows you to absorb b12.
So without stomach acid, you’re going not to have enough intrinsic factors. Then you’re going to get anemia, not to mention a whole list of b12 deficiencies.
It just so happens that the remedy for gastritis is the same for h pylori, you want to consume food high in sulforaphane, and that would be cabbage or broccoli sprouts or a combination of both of them. Still, cabbage also has other phytonutrients that much help in reducing inflammation because they’re anti-inflammatory, not to mention it’s loaded with vitamin C, which actually cleans up a lot of the free radical damage that’s coming from all the inflammation.
Now, the cabbage could be in a juice form it could be in a coleslaw you may be able to do sauerkraut, but, interestingly, other vegetables will cause a lot of cramping. Still, a person with gastritis can pretty much tolerate cabbage pretty well.
Your diet, in general, if you have gastritis, is crucial you can’t be on any diet need any food you have to be very selective the food has to be very high quality.
You cannot do any junk, and you need to be doing intermittent fasting hardcore because you want to let your stomach and intestinal tract have a chance not to be exposed to food.
So it can heal, and so I would highly recommend that as well.
There are some other things you can do to inhibit this microbe. If you have this infection that would be mastic gum, you can get it as a supplement. It works pretty well.
Now, generally, in your body, most people have this microbe, and it doesn’t create any problems. It only comes out of remission becomes a problem if the environment is very unhealthy.
So as long as you start eating healthily and you keep your stress low, this should stay into remission. Still, my recommendation, and this is just my opinion, is that you don’t try to kill this off because everything that you’re going to use to kill that off talking about antibiotics is going to come with a package.
It’s going to create side-effects, and then you may become antibiotic-resistant, and now you have a whole other series of problems that you have to deal with.
I want to ask one funny question-related in our today topic, corn is vegetable or it’s a fruit?
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All we want to do is put this microbe in remission, so it doesn’t bother you and check with your doctor before taking any of these recommendations this is just my opinion so that being said there are some other things to do one is a probiotic, probiotics inhibit h pylori and they also reduce inflammation.
You want to get a good one a liquid probiotic that doesn’t get destroyed by the acidity of the stomach would be a good idea, you can also chew on raw black seeds to help reduce some of the pain let’s say an hour before the meal.
Lastly, zinc carnosine is one of the best things for any ulcer you have in your body, so this is an essential thing right here.
Now you may also think you have SIBO, and you may have SIBO small intestinal bacterial overgrowth that’s a situation we have the microbes it should be in the large intestine, but they’re in the small intestine where they shouldn’t be.
So if you’re doing cabbage or any type of vegetables or even probiotic, it’s going to feed the microbes in the wrong place, and you’re going to get more bloating.
Dr.berg also tells people to do a carnivore diet.
If they have SIBO, the problem is if you have this infection right here and you have low stomach acid, and you’re consuming a lot of meat protein without the hydrochloric acid to break it down, it’s not going to work.
There are several pieces to this puzzle that you want to look at. I would first start with the cabbage and some broccoli sprouts and realize gastritis takes months to heal because it’s a major, major problem, and as you plant this information, this thing will go back in remission the stomach will slowly heal to the point where you don’t have it.
Then you can start to acidify the stomach with apple cider vinegar betaine hydrochloride.
But if you took it now, you may create more inflammation of your stomach.
So that’s your plan for addressing gastritis.
Thanks for reading, sir, or madam.