Re: Need solutions forGiardia, h.pylori
I do not know what the virulence factor means. It might identify the strain of pylori.
H. Pylori can cause leaky gut which might be part of what is causing you problems, especially the constipation and heat/inflammation. Your body will be reacting to foods which are being absorbed into your bloodstream only partly digested and your immune system is reacting to the food molecules.
might be the best solution all round except that it is highly debatable how far it will travel before being absorbed. It might help with the giardia or it might not. It should destroy h. pylori which is the first thing that needs sorting out as that compromises your stomach and allows things like giardia to enter your body. H. pylori creates an enzyme called urease which it uses to neutralize your stomach acid which it needs to do to be able to live in the stomach. After eating protein you are likely to feel tired because of all the ammonia that gets produced in order to neutralize your stomach acid. Ammonia in large doses stops energy production which results in sleepiness.
H. Pylori creates a biofilm which is difficult to beat and Antibiotics
have difficulty in beating them which is why doctors use triple therapy to defeat them.
Try and get your bowel moving. Leaky gut causes a deficiency of choline which means acetylcholine production is compromised and acetylcholine is the major nerve/bowel stimulant. I use lecithin to help with constipation which can soften the stool quite well. Taking Choline can cause a body odour but lecithin does not have that problem. I tried choline but did not get along with it because it made me very tired.
Sunflower or Soya lecithin powder mixed in water with a hand blender works well. Mix up a jug and take regular doses throughout the day in water, 2 or 3 times. You might need quite a lot to get things to move at first but you might be able to reduce it once things begin to move. I mix 120 grams in 750ml of water and store it in the fridge.
Look on the Colloidal Silver
forum for recommendations on suppliers.