Why Zinc Carnosine Is the Secret for Ulcers and Gastritis

Learn more about the common causes of stomach ulcers and gastritis and discover the best remedy to fix these common gastrointestinal issues.


0:00 Introduction: How to fix stomach ulcers and gastritis
1:00 Are conventional ulcer treatments effective?
1:25 Causes of stomach problems
1:42 How does zinc carnosine work?
2:16 The role of histamine in stomach health
2:39 Helicobacter pylori—An ulcer causing microbe
3:30 Antimicrobial effects of zinc
4:26 Importance of antioxidants for digestive health
5:04 Best zinc carnosine dosage
5:30 Other natural remedies for gastritis
6:00 Check out my video on how to maintain optimal stomach acid levels

When I was younger, I suffered severe heartburn and ulcers, and I used to take a lot of antacids. Those antacids only helped for a short amount of time, and my symptoms came back within a few hours. I wish I had known what I know now.

It’s important to understand what causes ulcers and gastritis. For the longest time, it was believed that ulcers were a result of too much stomach acid. However, recent scientific evidence found that Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) infection is the leading cause of peptic ulcer formation.

While most people are exposed to these microbes, not everyone gets ulcers, as healthy stomach acid levels help destroy H. pylori and prevent infection and associated stomach issues.

Taking antacids or histamine blockers to manage gastritis can increase the risk of infection as these drugs lower the stomach’s acidity, creating a perfect environment for H. Pylori to thrive.

In contrast, zinc carnosine is a highly effective remedy that coats the stomach, increases stomach acid production, and stimulates the production of mucous lining the stomach wall.

Zinc is also a potent antibacterial agent, directly inhibiting the growth of H. pylori, which helps prevent and manage ulcers and gastritis.

Carnosine, on the other hand, is broken down and converted into superoxide dismutase (SOD), a powerful antioxidant that lowers inflammation. This explains why zinc carnosine is one of the best supplements to promote intestinal health.

Consider taking 75 milligrams of zinc carnosine twice daily. Although zinc carnosine is highly effective, it doesn’t work immediately and should be taken for one to three months to see results. To find relief from stomach pain, natural remedies such as baking soda or liquid chlorophyll help soothe stomach irritation.

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Dr. Berg, age 59, is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis & Intermittent Fasting. He is the author of the best-selling book The Healthy Keto Plan and is the Director of Dr. Berg Nutritionals. He no longer practices but focuses on health education through social media.

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Thanks for watching. I hope this explains why you should consider taking zinc carnosine if you are suffering from recurring gastritis or ulcers. I’ll see you in the next video.

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