PYLORI INCREASE PERMEABILITY TO FOOD ANTIGEN IN GASTRIC BIOPSY – (03-15-04)

Helicobacter pylori Increases the Epithelial Permeability to a Food Antigen in Human Gastric Biopsies

This is interesting if you follow the physiology. I strongly believe that H. pylori is an opportunistic infection possibly related to lowered vit C status or lack of protective flora. So here we have an opportunistic infection related to poor health status leading to an increase in the antigenic effects from food allergies. And food allergies can have many negative impacts on health. So, if you think antibiotic resistance is the only problem to be worried about with antibiotic overuse–follow the physiology.

Helicobacter pylori Increases the Epithelial Permeability to a Food Antigen in Human Gastric Biopsies – Am J Gastroenterology..

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