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"Pancreas" - continued

So today . . . we continue to learn about the function of the "pancreas"

Now . . . yesterday we discovered what the "pancreas" is and what its important function in the body is all about.

And today . . . we'll talk about the devastation to the body if the "pancreas" is malfunctioning.

So what are some early signs that we may have a problem???

Well . . . that would be . . . upper abdominal pain, abdominal pain that radiates to the back, tenderness when touching the abdomen, fever, rapid pulse, nausea and/or vomiting.

And if the "pancreas" doesn't "produce" enough "digestive enzymes" . . . blood sugar levels will be off and weight loss and diarrhea can now become an issue.

And with this . . . if the "pancreas" isn't working correctly . . . the body can't use the hormone "insulin" that it produces . . . therefore . . . blood sugar levels become too high and we now have the problem of "diabetes".

We also now have the problem of possible other conditions like pancreatitis and pancreatic cancer.

With "pancreatitis" being "inflammation" of the pancreas.

Okay . . . so yesterday I stated that the most common causes of a "pancreas" malfunction would be . . . chronic alcohol consumption, hereditary conditions, trauma, medications, electrolyte abnormalities, high lipid (fat) levels, hormonal abnormalities . . . and "infections".

Now . . . this is my theory to a "pancreas" in distress" . . . due to years of research and also many years ago being diagnosed with "Acute Pancreatitis" after I had my "gallbladder" removed.

I believe . . . that more times than not . . . the cause of our "pancreas" and digestion problems are this "bad" bacteria lingering deep within us causing the body to send out too much "inflammation".

And with this . . . studies show that various infectious microorganisms can cause "pancreas" issues and "pancreatitis" . . . with some of them being . . . hepatotropic virus, coxsackie virus, cytomegalovirus, HIV, mumps, varicella-zoster virus, herpes simplex virus, mycoplasma bacteria, legionella bacteria, salmonella bacteria and Candida bacteria (which is a "bad" bacterial overgrowth)

So tomorrow, we'll talk about how to get some relief

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