Will onions, garlic, cucumber, & cabbage be helpful in curing peptic ulcer

Unfortunately, not even a doctor can tell you what foods are going to affect your ulcers. This is because foods affect each person differently. Ulcers are caused by a buildup of stomach acid which causes stores in the stomach lining. Eventually the stomach lining becomes so damaged that the stomach literally tries to digest itself. While I'm sure this is causing some very bad mental pictures, there are some things that you can do to help your ulcers. A first and most important thing the you can do is take a look at your diet to see what you are eating when your ulcers flare up. The best way to keep track of this is to keep the food Journal. Also keep track of what foods you eat that suit your ulcers. It may be helpful to eat smaller meals more frequently throughout the day since food neutralizes stomach acid. It will also be very helpful in neutralizing stomach acid and soothing your ulcers, as well as repairing your stomach lining, if you take a daily supplement of MSM. If you can also manage to take combination of the vitamin C. And magnesium, this will help to coat your stomach lining to prevent damage from the stomach acid.

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