Can One Take Both Bye-Lori and BellEase Together?
Q Which Bye-Lori product would you recommend for me? I have been found to have H. pylori, and I experience a lot of gastric restlessness, especially during the night. I have tried mastic gum for about the last week (another company’s product), with some bloating after taking it, but I have improved. Friends have told me that your products are very high quality, but I’m not sure which one to try first.
BARBARA, Spring, TX
A You could try one of the capsule products, such as Bye-Lori Plus—containing mastic, deglycyrrhizinated licorice, and turmeric—and also the BellEase formulation, a chewable form with mastic, cinnamon extract, and deglycyrrhizinated licorice. The Plus can be used over the long term, starting with a high serving level as recommended, and then stepping down for maintenance. BellEase should be taken for more immediate support. Both can be taken together.
We’ve published a lot on this subject. See
“Mastic’s Role Against Prostate Cancer Expands” (May 2007),
“Mastic Helps Treat Crohn’s Disease” (April 2007),
“Mastic May Help Your Heart and Liver” (March 2007),
“Mastic Gum May Have Far-Reaching Effects” (January 2007),
“Mastic Suppresses Human Leukemia Cells” (December 2006),
“Mastic Helps Curb Inflammation” (September 2006),
“Mastic May Help Against Prostate Cancer” (July 2006),
“Mastic and Licorice Are Good for Your Belly” (June 2006),
“Why Your Stomach Will Love Turmeric and Licorice” (May 2006),
“Chewing Mastic Gum Can Prevent Tooth Decay” (March 2006),
“Can Cinnamon Fight Cancer?” (January 2006),
“Mastic Kills Colon Cancer Cells” (September 2005),
“H. pylori May Be Linked with Heart Disease” (May 2004),
“Mastic Reduces One Kind of Plaque” (August 2003),
“Mastic Kills the Bugs That Cause Gastritis and Ulcers” (July 2003), and
“Halitosis May Be Linked to Dyspepsia” (March 2003).