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Ulcer Kills: Stop Eating Too Much Of These 3 Things, If You Want To Live Long

Are you suffering from ulcer? Has ulcer deprive you of your favourite dish? This article will educate you about ulcer causing foods and what to do to help you live Long without developing ulcer.

What Is Ulcer?

Ulcers are sores on the lining of your stomach or small intestine . Sores also could be on your esophagus (throat). Most ulcers are located in the small intestine. These ulcers are called duodenal ulcers. Stomach ulcers are called gastric ulcers. Ulcer is of different types which can mouth ulcer, stomach ulcer, heart ulcer and so.

Study shown that more than 50% of people are suffering from stomach ulcer. This ulcer is a very dangerous disease which can have deprived many people of their favourite foods.

What You Should Add To Your Diets To Help You Get Relief Of Ulcer?

Research suggests that flavonoids, also known as bioflavonoids, may be an effective additional treatment for stomach ulcers.

2# Deglycyrrhizinated licorice.

3# Probiotics.

4# Honey.

5# Garlic.

6# Cranberry.

7# Fruits, vegetables, and whole grains.

The reason for this article is to enable discover some certain foods which you are probably Consuming but don't know they contribute to ulcer. And foods as you Should start Consuming for the betterment of your health.

Bellow Are Things You Should Never Take Excessively To Avoid Ulcer.


The results of this study lend support to the idea that the consumption of red pepper leads to increased gastric acid production which may aggravate the symptoms of duodenal ulceration. The amount of red pepper used in this study was minute when compared with the amount added to meals in some countries.

I recommend you to start Consuming locost beans or Ginger instead of too much pepper because it's has no effect on ulcer and it has it's own benefit too.


Alcohol in copious quantities irritates the stomach lining, making it red, raw, and inflamed. Areas of bleeding may develop. This condition, known as gastritis, is also caused by H. pylori, and excessive alcohol consumption is widely considered to increase the risk of developing an ulcer.

Too much alcohol irritates your digestive system. Drinking even a little make your stomach produce more acid than usual, which can in turn cause gastritis (the inflammation of the stomach lining). This triggers stomach pain, vomiting, diarrhoea and, in heavy drinkers, even bleeding.


According to clinical observations, cigarrete smokers are more likely to develop ulcers which are more difficult to heal. The risk of peptic ulcers also increases in smokers who have a large daily intake of tobacco compared with never smokers, However, cigarrete smoking is not an independent ulcerogenic.

Excessive smoking of tobacco increases the risk of ulcers and may hinder the drugs you're taking to heal your ulcer. If you need yet another reason to toss the cigarettes, consider this smoking Increases your risk of developing a peptic ulcer, and it can make that ulcer slower to heal.

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