Maotai’s former chairman said drinking Maotai to the liver damage minimally can also kill Helicobacter pylori

On June 19, according to media reports, Ji Keliang, the former chairman of Maotai Group, said on a live broadcast that the damage to the liver caused by Maotai wine was minimal and had a bactericidal effect. Ji Keliang said that the appropriate amount of scientific, regular drinking is healthy, especially Maotai wine has two functions are very prominent: one is the liver damage is minimal;

Maotai's former chairman said drinking Maotai to the liver damage minimally can also kill Helicobacter pylori

In fact, this is not the first time that Ji Keliang proposed that Maotai wine has the function of small liver damage and kill helicobacter pylori. Some researchers have also done a special experiment to find the cause of small liver damage caused by Maotai wine:

First, Maotai wine promotes the secretion of metal sulfur protein in the liver of mice. Because Maotai wine fermentation when applied in the environment of all microbial metabolism production may have a medicinal effect. The second is the role of superoxide dismutase.

Aiming at the function of Maotai wine to prevent the infection of Helicobacter pylori and to kill and cure Helicobacter pylori, Ji Keliang also wrote a special article explaining the appropriate amount, science, civilization, regular drinking, beneficial to health.

Helicobacter pylori is a spiral, micro-anaerobic, very demanding growth conditions of bacteria. First isolated from the gastric mucosa biopsy tissue in patients with chronic active gastritis in 1983, it is the only known type of microorganism that can survive in the human stomach. On October 27, 2017, the World Health Organization’s International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) published a preliminary list of carcinogens, Helicobacter pylori (infection) in the list of category 1 carcinogens.

Globally, about half of people have been infected with Helicobacter pylori, and the rate of Helicobacter pylori infection varies widely from country to country and race, mainly due to socio-economic levels, population density, public health conditions, and water supply. In addition, the rate of Infection with Helicobacter pylori increases with age.