Pancreatitis Information Online Can Be Dangerous!

ANY pancreatitis information online that suggests a pancreatitis patient drink red wine because it is full of antioxidants or it’s ok to eat steak (red meat), pork, lamb, other high fat content foods, use oil in cooking (or prep) is extremely dangerous pancreatitis information. I have scoured the Internet looking for new research (I already know what works I’m just keeping up on new stuff) in regards to pancreatitis and I am…

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Acute Pancreatitis: What Happens During an Acute Pancreatitis Attack?

Let’s get down to brass tacks and talk pancreas damage from acute pancreatitis. In order to completely understand how serious any acute pancreatitis attack actually is one must understand what happens during an acute pancreatitis attack. Now … I am not going to go all “medical” on you and get into all the boring details. You really only need to understand ONE thing about acute pancreatitis and that is this:…

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Alcoholic Pancreatitis: Who Gets Alcoholic Pancreatitis?

Alcoholic pancreatitis may not be caused simply by drinking to much alcohol for years like once thought. As I mentioned in a previous post about Alcoholic Pancreatitis and the need to quit drinking, there may be underlying factors, like a DNA variant, present in those who suffer from alcoholic pancreatitis. The important thing to understand no matter the reason for your case of pancreatitis, you must stop drinking. Over 100,000 Americans (didn’t…

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Alcoholic Pancreatitis: Why You Need To Quit Alcohol When You Have Alcoholic Pancreatitis

If you have been diagnosed with alcoholic pancreatitis, you aren’t dead yet from complications and you are reading this right now you need to listen up and listen good to what I have to tell you. You NEED to quit drinking.  This means ANYONE who has been diagnosed with pancreatitis whether it is alcoholic pancreatitis or some other form (gallstone, trauma, high blood fats, etc) needs to quit drinking as…

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Diagnosing Pancreatitis Can Be Difficult Because …

Diagnosing pancreatitis (either acute or chronic) should not be so difficult. You shouldn’t have to suffer while your doctor looks at you like a bull with a bad case of hemorrhoids (happened to me more than once).  If you’re a doctor and reading this post and you get offended tough. Chances are you have a hard time diagnosing pancreatitis, whether  acute or chronic, and because of that your patients suffer…

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