One of the most common infections in the world is the infection of the stomach with the bacterium Helicobacter pylori.
Recent medical trials show that this bacterium has a habitat in 80-90% of people in underdeveloped countries. It is localized in the mucous membrane above the stomach epithelium, where it has perfect living conditions for up to several decades.
Helicobacter infection can also occur in children of the earliest age by introducing impure water, fruits, vegetables, or fecal-oral route. This bacterium is detected by examining blood, urine or feces, and sometimes with a CLO test, which means taking a small piece of stomach with a mouth-to-mouth camera.
Many people with the infection do not have stomach upsets. When present, most commonly there are pains in the upper parts of the stomach, nausea, flatulence, difficulty digestion, and sometimes vomiting. When an ulcer occurs, i.e. an ulcer, pain, or burning sensation in the upper parts of the stomach increases, often occur for an hour or more after a meal and very often at night.
These symptoms are usually reduced or temporarily removed with drugs that reduce or prevent the secretion of gastric acid.
In case of possible detection of the existence of the bacteria, the treatment is with the so-called. triple therapy. This therapy involves treatment with two different antibiotics and a proton pump inhibitor (SDI reduces gastric acid secretion). However, this bacterium persists in the acid of the stomach and is resistant to drugs. Naturally, cranberry and broccoli that fight with it help.
The broccoli is characterized by its specific taste, the fruit and the leaves are eaten, and there are numerous vitamins such as A, B1, B2, E and C. There is also a lot of fiber and beta-carotene, and it helps diabetes, heart and cholesterol, bone disease, pain, and is thought to kill cancer cells.