How to Overcome Stomach Ulcers Fast

The pain from stomach ulcers tends to be caused by stomach acid or a food you’ve eaten rubbing it the wrong way. Here are common symptoms of stomach ulcers and 3 steps to overcome them fast.

Symptoms:
-Pain in naval up to the chest bone area
-Burning and cramping, even on an empty stomach

Seventy percent of ulcers are caused by bacteria. To get rid of stomach ulcers, it is critical to increase good bacteria and decrease bad bacteria. Here are 3 steps to do this:

1. Remove triggers such as overeating, spicy foods, processed foods, sugar, caffeine, alcohol, large quantities of nuts and seeds, acidic foods
2. Change your diet by including healing foods such as bone broth, aloe vera juice, steamed vegetables, cabbage juice
3. Take the right supplements such as licorice root extract, soil-based probiotics, chamomile tea, L-glutamine powder, bone broth or collagen protein powder

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