Dr Oz: Drink Kefir Milk to Prevent an Ulcer & What is H.Pylori?


Dr Oz: What is H.Pylori?

Do you commonly complain of a stomachache? Does it often burn with pain from gas and bloating? Have you ever wondered if an ulcer could be to blame? Dr. Oz asked his audience Assistant of the Day to join him so they could explain how to know the difference and figure out if something could be seriously wrong when you get your next stomachache.

Dr Oz: What Causes an Ulcer?

Dr Oz: Drink Kefir Milk to Prevent an Ulcer & What Causes an Ulcer?

Dr Oz says drinking one glass of Kefir Milk every day will help prevent an ulcer. Learn how!



  1. Ian says

    Georgie, you can buy kefir milk all over the place, even Aldi. However, the store bought variety only contains about 12 strains of good bacteria. For best results and more potent kefir, its very easy to make your own.
    You can order grains online. I got mine from Marilyn Kefirlady http://kefirlady.com/
    or Cultures for health. http://www.culturesforhealth.com/
    All you need is milk and in 24hrs, you’ve got your own kefir.

  2. Ricky says

    Yes Kefir will help enormously because it will crowd out the over 500 strains of harmful bacteria (NOT JUST H. PYLORI!!!) that is causing the pain. It is not true though that emotions have nothing to do with it. All sorts of mechanical functions do not work properly when you’re stressed out and bacteria from the large intestine back flows into the small intestine which back flows into the stomach and then up through the esophagus. If you have acid reflux, IBS, ulcers, digestive issues, gall bladder issues, and liver issues PLEASE save yourself heartache and look up SIBO (small intestine bacterial overgrowth). You most likely have it and it is very fixable. <3

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