Pancreatitis Pain: How to Stop Pancreatitis Pain

Pancreatitis pain can be mild to severe. I can personally tell you from experience that you do not want to experience the severe form of pancreatitis pain but I’ll wager that if you are reading this blog post about pancreatitis pain that you’ve been there, done that. Living with pancreatitis pain is not fun. Those who have never experienced it have no clue what pancreatitis pain is like but you…

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June 27, 2014
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NSAIDS Linked to Irregular Heart Rhythm

NSAIDS linked to irregular heart rhythm? Common pain killers, used to reduce inflammation have been associated with an irregular heart rhythm called atrial fibrillation (AF or A-Fib) or flutter according to a study published in the peer-reviewed medical journal the BMJ Open. This is an open-access journal, the study is free to read online. In a previous post I share the fact that Ibuprofen resolves acute pancreatitis within 60 – 90…

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April 29, 2014
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Best Supplements For Pancreas Health

What are the best supplements for pancreas health? Hopefully I can answer the question completely because people are using that particular question as a search term to find this blog. I may as well make it easy for them! Naturally I’m geared into talking about the best supplements for pancreas health in terms of how they affect  pancreatitis but I’ll try to include other factors as well. The Best Supplements…

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April 9, 2014
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Juicing and The Juicing Machine

If you are thinking of taking up juicing you are on the right track simply because you’ll get a lot more concentrated, nutrient dense juice than you would buying juice in the store. Juice from the store has far fewer nutrients because the process of pasteurization literally kills most of the vitamins, minerals, enzymes and polyphenols (antioxidants) found in the fruits and vegetables. Just remember WHY you are becoming a “juicer.”…

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March 29, 2014
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Curcumin: People with SOD or Gallstones Should NOT Take Curcumin

Important information about curcumin (turmeric) in relation to gallstones and SOD. Once you read this post feel free to throw darts at me if you have Sphincter of Oddi dysfunction or gallstones and have taken a turmeric product on my recommendation. However … IF you have seen good results please hold the darts but consider being cautious 🙂 I was answering some questions for a lady on my facebook page who has SOD…

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December 19, 2013
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Curcumin For Pancreatitis

I personally use curcumin for pancreatitis because it puts out the fire of inflammation. Together with grape seed extract and vitamin C, curcumin helps to keep me free of pancreatitis pain and acute pancreatitis. I have been using it for 16 years. Most doctors are not aware of the benefits of using curcumin for pancreatitis. There is plenty of scientific research about curcumin and there seems to be great potential and…

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October 11, 2013
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Grapefruit Seed Extract For Pancreatitis

Research indicates that Grapefruit Seed Extract literally stops Acute pancreatitis and is also beneficial in protecting the pancreas from tissue damage due to Acute Pancreatitis. I personally have very little experience with grapefruit seed extract (I bought one bottle about a year ago) however, I do have experience with grapefruit juice and it’s benefit of stopping my Acute pancreatitis episodes. Like my other works on pancreatitis and various alternative remedies for…

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October 11, 2013
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Pancreas Healing: 5 Steps to Pancreas Healing After Acute Pancreatitis

There are certain steps you need to take in order to achieve pancreas healing once you have experienced either acute pancreatitis or you have unfortunately been diagnosed with chronic pancreatitis. However … Before we get into the steps necessary to achieve pancreas healing from chronic pancreatitis, which are very similar, I think it is best to cover pancreas healing for acute pancreatitis. Hopefully you have only suffered a mild acute attack…

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October 11, 2013
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Clonidine and Pancreatitis: Does Clonidine Lessen Your Risk Of Acute Pancreatitis?

If you have pancreatitis a drug called clonidine may help reduce acute pancreatitis attacks in certain circumstances where verifiable stress is the cause. I have read where some people attribute their acute pancreatitis attacks to stress. Some doctors think stress may be a factor as well. I have to admit that I am “on the fence” with this possible theory. One huge reason is because those people were most likely…

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October 2, 2013
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Diagnosing Pancreatitis: Getting Diagnosed Can Be Difficult

Most doctors have difficulty diagnosing pancreatitis, acute or chronic, without the pancreas slapping them in the face and saying “hey dummy I’m inflamed, that means pancreatitis.” Diagnosing Pancreatitis Took 14 Doctors! One of the reasons diagnosing pancreatitis can be difficult is simply that when it comes to pancreatitis doctors can be dumber than bags of barber hair or at least seem to be because they don’t listen. They are in too…

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September 9, 2013
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