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Category Archives: Pancrease
What caused pancreatic cancer in Jobs, Swayze and Landon – what did they have in common. Data now shows how environment, dense city living, lifestyle, diet, processed food chemicals, relationships and stress are causing increased cancer cases nationwide. Learn which sunny states are the highest cancer producers and which ones are the lowest. Learn how to reduce cancer risk by making healthier lifestyle choices. Continue reading
Just because you’re diabetic does not mean you’ll get gout and kidney stones. Instead you should think of it this way, you increase your odds of all 3 diseases presenting themselves at some point in time if diet and activity habits don’t change. Also, acute and chronic gout seem to mostly occur based on a diet that is uric acid rich from consuming too much alcohol and red meats. Regardless of the aforementioned, it is common for those with one of these diseases to experience and be treated for all 3 conditions (diabetes, gout and kidney stones). Continue reading
How does the pancreas become unhealthy and if it does, what does this mean to your overall health and quality of life experiences? How does the pancreas get to a state of cannibalizing and destroying itself? Let’s take a look at the statistics to hone in on the main culprit. Once you have pancreatitis it could become chronic after a period of time. Then you are looking at a permanent treatment program for life and possibly a painful and early death. Can treatment help alleviate and cure the most severe conditions? This really depends on your quality of life and mobility expectations. Read on to get the full story.
The pancreas is a long flat gland behind the abdomen and stomach. Its function is to aid in digestion and blood sugar (glucose) regulation through enzyme and hormone production. Once your body is diagnosed, or riddled with pancreatic cancer, the … Continue reading