Sharon Broer's Ulcer Protocol

Sharon Broer’s Protocol for Supporting Stomach Lining


Stomach or peptic ulcers are sores in the lining of the stomach. They can be very painful with excessive burning in the abdomen area. High levels of continuous stress are a significant contributor to creating ulcers, but research is revealing other causes which may include a high inflammatory diet, a type of bacterial infection called H. pylori, and certain antibiotics.


When I have been stressed and felt the warning signs of stomach irritation, 4 oz. of fresh juiced organic cabbage 2-3 times a day for a week frequently extinguished the burning in my stomach. 


Recently, I ended up with a severe ulcer, related to stress and antibiotic use, and chose to take care of it naturally. This is what I decided to do, but this is not intended in any way to prescribe or diagnose. If you may have an ulcer, consult your physician. 


Foods to Avoid


Processed sugar

Fried foods


Red meat


White potatoes

Nuts & seeds

Processed foods



Citrus fruit & juices


Black pepper

Bell peppers



Foods to Eat*




Rolled oats

Brussel sprouts








Chia Pudding


Salad Greens


*all organic





Fresh juiced organic cabbage: 4 oz., 3-4 times a day


Manuka Dr. honey supports a healthy stomach: 3 Tablespoons per day. Place in mouth & chew like food to release saliva in the mouth with the following schedule: 

1 Tablespoon 30 minutes before breakfast

1 Tablespoon in the afternoon

1 Tablespoon before bedtime    


Deglycyrrhizenated licorice root chewables: Supports soothing qualities. Chew 1 tablet 20 minutes before meals. 


Black seed oil: In a study published in the Saudi Journal of Gastroenterology, black seed oil was found to prevent gastric ulcer formation significantly. Hippocrates used Black seed as a remedy for indigestion. It has a soothing effect on the whole gut and supports a healthy population of gut flora, leading to a healthy digestive system. I used to think this was the worst thing I had ever taken, but after I got such quick results from using it, I now take it every day.


Fennel/Chamomile tea blend: Fennel helps settle the stomach & decrease acid levels. I made a large container and drank it throughout the day. The tea is very soothing and good hot or cold. 


Cayenne pepper capsules: Supports a cauterization of digestive wounds. 1 capsule 3 times a day after meals. I built up to 2 after each meal, but that depends on a person’s stomach tolerance.


Slippery Elm Capsules: Contains mucilage which coats and soothes the mouth, throat, stomach, and intestines. 1 capsule, 3 times a day with meals. 


Morning Start-up Shake


This is the shake I made every morning, which has a high nutrient density and is soothing to the stomach. Also, it is good for days when you do not think you could stomach any extra vitamins. 

In blender add:

  • 12 oz. distilled water
  • 1 scoop Healthmasters’ GHI cleanse, vanilla
  • 1 scoop Living Fuel, berry
  • 1 scoop Healthmasters’ Beet Juice Powder
  • 1 1/2 scoop Healthmasters’ Ultimate Multiple Powder
  • 1 Tablespoon of MCT oil
  • 2 Healthmasters’ B-complex capsules (open capsules & put powder in shake)
  • 1 Healthmasters’ Probio DF capsule (open capsule & put powder in shake)
  • 1 frozen banana (Broken into pieces)
  • Several ice cubes


Lemon-Ginger Cayenne Drink.


  • 4-6 cups of distilled water
  • 2 large lemons, juiced
  • 1 tablespoon fresh grated ginger
  • 1 capsule cayenne pepper
  • Stevia or Monk fruit to taste


In blender, place lemon juice, ginger, and 2 cups of water. Mix on high until ginger is well blended. Add remaining water, cayenne powder, and sweetener and blend on low. Store in glass container in the refrigerator. 


Further notes


Eat small meals throughout the day. Do not overeat!


Bananas can be your best friend. Keep one with you wherever you go and do not get empty. Bananas act as a natural antacid, containing Leucocyanidin which develops the mucus membrane of the stomach lining, which adds additional protection. Avocados are also useful to keep with you as long as you have a knife to cut it in half. I keep a tiny container of Redmond salt with me.


When you start feeling better, continue taking the supplements, morning shake, and tea drink. Even after I got relief from the pain, I stayed the whole protocol.


Be aware of trigger foods that may irritate your stomach even after you feel better such as chocolate and aspirin and of things or people in your life that trigger stress.


Don’t eat 1 hour before going to bed. 


When going to sleep, start by laying on your left side to help with digestion. 


Last and most important, thank God every day that your stomach is healed entirely, and He gives you the wisdom of what to and the discipline to do it. Thank Him that you are walking in perfect health & make healthy choices every day. 


Overall, the protocol itself is an excellent example of a healthy, daily routine, and many parts of it, I continue to do. It would be a great decision to continue the whole program and integrate it into your daily life, less the honey. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our office at 800.726.1834 or visit us online at


Stay blessed!


Sharon Broer