Healthy Pancreas, Healthy You. Part II. Healing Foods in the Digestive (Pancreatic) Disorders

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Millions of people suffer from a variety of gastrointestinal disorders including abdominal pain, stomach discomfort, cramps, gas, bloating, heartburn, cravings, malnutrition, alteration in bowel habits, foul-smelling stool, etc. Many of these sufferers have pancreatic deficiency and do not realize it. Their organisms are literally starving because the pancreas is a core for the proper digestion. Those suffering from pancreatic deficiency can eat a healthy diet, but their bodies will not properly utilize the food's nutrients. Pancreatic deficiency leads to serious disturbances of the gastrointestinal tract and the entire organism. Some individuals' can be overweight; nevertheless, their bodies can have severe malnutrition. Millions of people feel continually tired, have chronic diseases, and age prematurely. In the worst case scenario, they get pancreatic cancer. Without the proper amount, and good quality of pancreatic digestive enzymes, even the "healthiest" diet in the world will not make people healthy, good looking and young. The basic guidelines of eating for healthy pancreas do not include starvation or fasting, complicated advices or counting of calories and do not require strict vegetarianism. All that is needed are healthy, tasty, and simple natural foods full of natural digestive enzymes. In part 2 of "Healthy Pancreas, Healthy You" authors describe the connections between food consumption, pancreas and dyspepsia, IBS, sphincter of Oddi dysfunction, GERD, gallbladder stones, pancreatitis, metabolic syndrome, overweight, diabetes, dysbiosis, metabolic acidosis. This book is unusual because all of the chapters include two sections: the first breaks down the medical issues into simple, clear words "for individuals lacking a medical background", the second addresses for individuals with medical backgrounds. This last section is for doctors, health care practitioners, and people to examine serious medical research about pancreatic health. There is an English Proverb: "Don't dig your grave with your knife and fork". This book will attempt to prove the validity of this proverb and give directions to pancreatic health by:Supplying the body with natural digestive enzymes from food by using raw, natural foods or slow cooking in a thermos, sprouting, blending, juicing, and proper chewing Strengthening the pancreas and whole body with the right ratio of minerals, vitamins, essential amino acids and essential fatty acids Keeping the proper body's acid-alkaline balance. The pancreas and liver are alkaline glands. Certain diets create an unnatural switch to whole body acidity - metabolic acidosis that is harmful for pancreatic health and the entire digestive system, as well as, the whole body Acidity kills the pancreas. Maintaining the proper ecology inside the GI tract All these suggestions are interrelated and equally important.This book is the practical guide to healing liver, gallbladder and pancreatic disorders, IBS, GERD, metabolic syndrome, overweight, diabetes, acidity, fatty liver and pancreas, allergy, Candida, Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth, by using appropriate foods. What to eat is as important as when to eat and how to eat. You will also recognize, why water is the best friend of the pancreas. Pancreatic deficiency, like all disorders, has three stages such as functional, structural, and failure. Three stages of the pancreatic deficiency require different healing foods.

Part Ii. Healing Foods In The Digestive (pancreatic) Disorders such as features, release date, package dimensions, brand, etc. Spinach contains iron and vitamin B; the latter is essential for proper functioning of the pancreas.

The pancreas is a small gland found just to the rear of the stomach and in the upper left part of the abdominal area. Its primary functions are twofold: first, to help break down food and assist the body in absorbing their nutrients ... The National Cancer Institute recommends eating 3 servings of low-fat or fat-free yogurt that contains active cultures (probiotics or beneficial bacteria) on a daily basis to enjoy a healthy digestive system and improve pancreatic health.