Thanks for the link. Those foods also contain pectin and inulin, so they’re pretty good choices for a healthy GI tract. A few no-nos for candida sufferers though.
I was reading some interesting stuff about H. pylori. It seems that drops in stomach cancer rates thanks to H. pylori treatment have coincided with rises in rates of esophageal cancer. It’s been with us for thousands of years, and might actually provide symbiotic benefits. High-starch diets that lead to overgrowths are probably more to blame. We’re still stuck in the germs = bad paradigm, so I guess it’ll be a while before doctors stop their antibiotic prescriptions and tell us how to care for our microbiota.