Friday, March 6, 2009

Help Prevent Ulcers

Researchers have found the polyphenols in olive oil show potential for beating resistant strains of H. pylori, the ulcer-causing bacterium that can survive the acidity of people's stomachs but doesn't respond to treatment with antibiotics. If you suffer from stomach ulcers and are looking for an alternative, natural treatment, visit your physician. Olive oil is good for many ailments, as well as great for healthful cooking. To get the most out of your olive oil and protect the polyphenols, store it in a dark bottle in a cupboard away from sunlight, and don't overheat it when cooking.


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