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H. Pylori Fight is a natural alternative to fight Helicobacter pylori infections.

  • Contains lactobacillus reuteri, the only probiotic strain able to offer 100% specificity in terms of fighting Helicobacter pylori.
  • Decreases the toxic load in the stomach, reducing the risk of developing gastritis or a gastrointestinal ulcer.
  • Helps to relieve chronic gastric discomfort or pain, acid reflux, digestion-related nausea, sluggish or painful digestion, bloating, cramps and heartburn.
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Helicobacter pylori bacteria

H. Pylori Supplement that Combats the H. Pylori Infection

H. Pylori Fight is a probiotic supplement that supports gut health. Not only that, but this particular H. pylori supplement is especially useful for combating Helicobacter pylori infections.

What is a Helicobacter pylori infection?

H. pylori is a resilient bacteria strain that can be difficult to eliminate. It may respond poorly to antibiotics, the only conventional medicine option available, due to increased resistance. It is responsible for cases of heartburn, gastritis and gastric ulcers, which can be very serious.

Gut flora, or intestinal microbiota, describes the collection of microorganisms that live in the intestines and stomach. While they play an essential role in the body’s digestion and defenses, some of these microorganisms, such as helicobacter pylori, may also be responsible for persistent problems.

This bacterium lives exclusively in the human stomach and is the only known bacteria able to survive and grow in such an acid environment. As much as 80 percent of all gastro-duodenal ulcers are caused by H. pylori infections, although in most cases — 70–80 percent — the infection is asymptomatic.

Over the long term, however, it induces a range of symptoms, such as fatigue and chronic gastric discomfort, as well as chronic inflammation of the stomach and other serious long-term conditions.

In other words, helicobacter pylori infections should be taken seriously in order to avoid developing more harmful health conditions in the future. Migraines, cardiovascular problems and immune system conditions have also been linked to helicobacter pylori infections. It is clearly a significant problem, given that 25% of Western populations are believed to be infected.

How can you tell if you have been infected by Helicobacter pylori?

According to the Mayo Clinic, people infected with H. pylori infections might not even know it. When symptoms are present, they may include:

  • Burning or aching in the abdomen
  • Abdominal pain that gets worse when it’s time to eat
  • Appetite loss
  • Nausea
  • Frequent burping
  • Unintended weight loss
  • Bloating

For many people experiencing these effects, it can be helpful to consider H. pylori supplements. And if the effects persist, it could lead to more significant complications, including:

  • Trouble swallowing
  • Chronic abdominal pain
  • Black tarry or bloody stool
  • Bloody vomit
  • Black vomit that appears like coffee grounds

Diagnosis of the helicobacter pylori infection includes tests for antigens in stools or antibodies in the blood, urea breath tests and endoscopic biopsies, if your doctor advises it.

Thankfully, H. pylori natural supplements are safe. And with our H. pylori natural supplement as an option, you can boost your overall well-being and protect yourself against the infection.

What are your options to get rid of H. pylori infections?

Scientists have recently discovered the properties of a bacterial strain called lactobacillus reuteri. More specifically, a German company named Organo Balance discovered the inactivated strain known as DMS 17648, and isolated and patented that inactivated strain of lactobacillus reuteri as Pylopass™.

This strain has proved very effective at fighting helicobacter pylori, without the disadvantages of conventional antibiotics. It has the particular feature of coagulating in the stomach by forming co-aggregates with the helicobacter pylori bacteria, thus decreasing the toxic load in the stomach and reducing the risk of developing gastritis or a gastrointestinal ulcer. It is the only strain among 700 different strains of probiotics to be recognized as the specific antagonist of helicobacter pylori.

What are the advantages of taking a probiotic supplement for H. pylori vs an antibiotic?

Your options to get rid of helicobacter pylori bacteria include natural approaches and antibiotics. However, natural supplements for H. pylori bacteria have several benefits over antibiotics.

Once coagulation has taken place in the stomach, the resulting aggregate is excreted by the body via the digestive tract. Studies show that gut flora, therefore, remains unaffected, contrary to the effects of a typical three-week course of antibiotics. Furthermore, H. Pylori Fight does not cause diarrhea or taste disorders, unlike antibiotics, which are not specifically designed to eliminate helicobacter pylori.

What makes Fight H. Pylori the best probiotic supplement for H. pylori infections?

When looking at options for probiotic supplement for H. pylori infections, you’ll notice that the lactobacillus reuteri strain offers three distinct advantages over others:

  • It is completely stable, even at room temperature, as it is composed of inactivated cells that are resistant to fluctuations in the environment.
  • It is the only strain to offer 100% specificity in terms of fighting helicobacter pylori. In addition, it relieves chronic gastric discomfort, vomiting, gastrointestinal pain, acid reflux, digestion-related nausea, sluggish or painful digestion, bloating, cramps and heartburn.
  • It can withstand the acid environment of the stomach.

The properties of lactobacillus reuteri have been investigated in two clinical studies. In one study, an amount of 250 mg a day was tested against a placebo for two weeks. The other was a blind study (participants did not know whether they were taking the probiotic or the placebo) where subjects took the same amount. In both, researchers observed a significant decrease in the toxic load of helicobacter pylori in infected subjects.

These studies, which were specifically focused on the lactobacillus reuteri strain, support the fact H. Pylori Fight is one of the best supplements for H. pylori infections. And once eradicated, reinfection is rare. Still, it can be inhibited with the use of other formulations available to buy at Supersmart, such as Digestive Enzymes to facilitate digestion, and the supplement Mastic Gum to protect the gastric mucosa from future infection.

Daily dose: 2 capsules
Number of doses per pack: 30

per dose

Pylopass™ (Lactobacillus reuteri DSM 17648) 200mg 20 billion CFU
Other ingredients: Acacia gum, rice bran.
Directions for use

Instruction for Taking H. Pylori Fight

Each capsule of H. Pylori Fight contains 100 mg of Pylopass™, the proprietary lactobacillus reuteri probiotic strain made by Organo Balance. To maximize the effectiveness of the Pylopass™ probiotic strain against h. pylori infections, we recommend adults take two capsules of H. Pylori Fight, totaling 200 mg, daily. H. Pylori Fight supplements should be stored in a cool, dry place.

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BRAY Jaylyn
Got it for my 95 year old mom. Excellent product. She takes it every day.
I possibly have H-Pylori & my only noticeable symptom was queasiness. It does an excellent job of keeping it at bay!
My mother was injured terribly and after surgery found out she has h. Pylori and was unable to hold anything down, look or smell anything without getting sick. She is allergic to the antibiotic that could kill it. I found out about natural remedy powder but the taste was unbearable. These pills have changed her life and I couldn’t be more happy w the product. Thank you.
Took care of my issue with H- Pylori within 2 weeks.
This product is helping us to get h - pylori under control
Helps heal ulcers, stops the pain, overall makes you feel better, naturally. 😊
Josip Olde
Bought this for my mom who has chronic gut issues from H pylori in the past and never dealt with fully. She can't take antibiotics but these help manage the pain and lessen symptoms from her stomach ulcer. Happy to have access to this product!
I had a bad case of H pylori bacterial infection, these pills really helped to balance my gut with good bacteria.
That are help with the stomach pain and discomfort
Hal Fitzpatrick
It helps - I wish something could cure it though - without overloading the body with die-off toxins.
I have used this product to help with gut issues, it is working because I no longer feel pain after a meal, I will continue to use it until I feel confident that I no longer need it.
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