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ATP fuel, Multi Messenger and effects of Proton Pump Inhibitors

Discussion in 'General Treatment' started by JoanDublin, Mar 3, 2017.

  1. JoanDublin

    JoanDublin Senior Member

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    Hi folks,

    Just wondering if anyone knows if taking a Proton Pump inhibitor might impact on the absorption of ATP Fuel and Multi Messenger (for NK cells). Young lad here has to go on two weeks anti biotics and 8 weeks PPI due to reflux Oesophagitis and duodenitis and H .Pylori bacteria and he started ATP fuel and Multi Messenger just five weeks ago. Not sure if I should continue both together or would I be better halting the latter while he is treating the gastro issues?
     
  2. Diwi9

    Diwi9 Senior Member

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    I have no idea, but some people have found symptom relief from taking acid reducers in the H2 receptor antagonist class (Tagamet: cimetidine). It may have immunomodulatory effects.
     
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  3. eljefe19

    eljefe19

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    Can confirm, Cimetidine seems to help.
     

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