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Peptic ulcers are a common condition that is caused by the bacteria, Helicobacter pylori. These bacteria can be found in many foods and drinks that we consume on a regular basis. One of these items is coffee. Many people drink coffee to stay awake or give themselves an energy boost, but it’s important to know what type of coffee you’re drinking before consuming it in excess amounts. If you have peptic ulcer disease, then your doctor will recommend that you cut out caffeinated beverages altogether for at least two weeks so that your stomach can heal properly without any added stressors from caffeine-containing drinks like lattes and iced coffees with milk or creamers such as skim milk or soy milk. A food that should be omitted from the diet of a patient with peptic ulcer disease is coffee. Many people drink coffee to stay awake or give themselves an energy boost, but it’s important to know what type of coffee you’re drinking before consuming it in excess amounts. If you have peptic ulcer disease, then your doctor will recommend that you cut out caffeinated beverages altogether for at least two weeks so that your stomach can heal properly without any added stressors from caffeine-containing drinks like lattes and iced coffees with milk or creamers such as skim milk or soy milk. The symptoms associated with this condition are typically: loss of appetite which leads to weight loss, abdominal pain/discomfort after eating (

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