Antioxidants: Antioxidants, such as vitamins C and E, have been explored for their potential to reduce oxidative stress and inflammation, which could play a role in cancer development. However, there's no direct evidence supporting their effectiveness specifically for Barrett's esophagus or its progression to cancer.
Probiotics: The role of probiotics in gastrointestinal health has been a subject of interest. Some research suggests that probiotics might help maintain a healthy gut microbiome, which could indirectly impact overall gastrointestinal health. However, their specific role in preventing or treating Barrett's esophagus or associated cancer is not well-established.
Vitamin D: Adequate vitamin D levels are essential for overall health, including immune function and potentially reducing inflammation. Some studies have suggested a link between vitamin D deficiency and increased risk of certain cancers. However, evidence specifically supporting vitamin D supplementation for Barrett's esophagus or its progression to cancer is limited.
All suggestions from this page should be reviewed by your medical professionals. These are based on modelling and not clinical studies.
Based on family and lower taxonomy ranks (genus,species,strains) reported in studies, the list is here
|0.6||galacto-oligosaccharides (prebiotic) 📏🍽️ Dosages||📚|
|-0.5||salt (sodium chloride)||📚|
|-0.5||Curcumin 📏🍽️ Dosages||📚|
|-0.5||arabinogalactan (prebiotic) 📏🍽️ Dosages||📚|
|-0.6||lactobacillus acidophilus (probiotics) 📏🍽️ Dosages||📚|
|-0.6||lactobacillus paracasei (probiotics) 📏🍽️ Dosages||📚|
|-0.6||lactobacillus reuteri (probiotics) 📏🍽️ Dosages||📚|
|-0.6||triphala 📏🍽️ Dosages||📚|
|-0.6||glycine 📏🍽️ Dosages||📚|
|-0.7||barley 📏🍽️ Dosages||📚|
|-0.7||bifidobacterium longum (probiotics) 📏🍽️ Dosages||📚|
|-0.8||lactobacillus casei (probiotics) 📏🍽️ Dosages||📚|
|-0.9||enterococcus faecium (probiotic) 📏🍽️ Dosages||📚|
|-0.9||oregano (origanum vulgare, oil) |||📚|
|-0.9||soy 📏🍽️ Dosages||📚|
|-1||lactobacillus rhamnosus gg (probiotics) 📏🍽️ Dosages||📚|
|-1||bacillus subtilis (probiotics) 📏🍽️ Dosages||📚|
|-1.4||inulin (prebiotic) 📏🍽️ Dosages||📚|
|-1.8||lactobacillus plantarum (probiotics) 📏🍽️ Dosages||📚|
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