Pylopass™ is a unique innovation in the treatment of Helicobacter pylori infections. After years of research, scientists discovered that a particular lactic acid bacterium called “Lactobacillus reuteri DSM17648” has the ability to recognise and specifically bind to Helicobacter pylori bacteria. These bacteria are then eliminated via the bowel movement. Pylopass™, therefore, reduces the bacterial burden and thus the risk of gastritis and the risk of gastric ulcer.
Pylopass™ does not affect the intestinal flora in any way and has no known side effects.
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Unlike probiotics, Pylopass™ is easy to ship and store as it is not sensitive to heat or cold.
Probiotics cannot eliminate H. pylori from the stomach. Pylopass™ can do so without altering or disturbing the microbial balance in the stomach.
Unlike probiotics, Pylopass™ can survive even strong acidic environments in the stomach and with that it can continue binding H. pylori even under “bad” conditions.
Antibiotic therapies often have severe side effects (e.g. destruction or alteration of the microbial balance in the stomach or diarrhoea). Pylopass™ has no side effects.
Antibiotic treatments can cause antibiotic resistance. Pylopass™ is a new way to deal with H. pylori without the risk of causing antibiotic resistance.
Antibiotic treatments often have very little success in eradicating H. pylori. Several studies have proven the effectiveness of Pylopass™.
Until now, the only treatment of H. pylori consisted of several antibiotic therapies, often with strong side effects and little success.
Pylopass™ is a new innovative way to treat Helicobacter pylori and reduce the bacterial load in the stomach without altering the microflora of the stomach.
Pylopass™ is the name given to the strain of Lactobacillus reuteri which has certain adhesion molecules that can recognize Helicobacter pylori bacteria in the stomach. After recognizing the H. pylori bacteria (illustrated in red) in the stomach, Pylopass™ (illustrated in green) binds the bad bacteria to itself. The whole bacteria clot is then excreted from the body through the digestive tract. The result is an immense decrease of the bacterial load in the stomach.