Pancreatitis Diet Tips You Can Use To Heal Your Pancreas

By | March 4, 2021
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You have just found the best pancreatitis diet tips on the internet. You can begin using these tips today to help quell the inflammation, heal your pancreas and stop the pain, nausea and vomiting. 

If you have been eating the same foods you always have, the normal high fat meals full of red meat, pork, duck, goose, butter, oil, mayo, or worse following the directions of a nutritionist it’s time to change or you are heading for more pain and the destruction of your pancreas.

I posted a comment on a thread in my beating pancreatitis support group and I was quite impressed with it (just kidding) so I am posting it for everyone to read.

Here goes …

What Does A Healthy Pancreatitis Diet Look Like?

pancreatitis-diet-tipsI am mostly plant based.

A healthy pancreatitis diet looks like colors on a plate. Fruits (except coconut and avocado), vegetables, legumes (except peanuts and garbanzo beans aka chick peas) and white meat fish such as Cod, Pollock, Bass, Crappie, Perch, Rock Fish, Red Snapper, White Albacore Tuna are all good fish choices. Seafood such as lobster, shrimp, clams, oysters, and Scallops are also great choices. High in protein and low in fat.

I eat VERY little fat.

In fact I have been promoting a low fat diet online since around 2007, long before doctors even had a clue diet was important to the healing of a damaged pancreas.

I stay under 20 grams of fat daily. I suggest others do the same or at least 25 grams or less daily and around 5 grams or less per meal. Why No Fat?

I do NOT eat butter, dairy, margarine, oil, mayo, egg yolk, beef, pork, lamb, duck or geese and absolutely no alcohol.

I also avoid avocado, coconut, nuts. seeds (sunflower, flax, pumpkin etc etc) because they are all high fat.

I eat nothing with high fat content no matter how good that fat is suppose to be for me BECAUSE it doesn’t work. And people who are sick find they get well when they avoid FAT and ALCOHOL.

It (alcohol) is in overripe fruit (sugar alcohol), fermented grains (soy sauce is an example), cold remedies (Nyquil, etc), baking products (alcohol, sugar alcohol, vanilla extract), mouth wash (Listerine), even some prescription medications contain alcohol. When you see a word ending in OL beware because it is usually an alcohol.

Beware Of Sugar Alcohols That Lurk In Foods

Sugar alcohols are sweeteners that have about half the calories of regular sugar. They occur naturally in certain fruits and vegetables, but some are man-made and are added to processed foods.

Many foods labeled “sugar free” or “no sugar added” have sugar alcohols in them. You might see these names on the ingredient list:

Erythritol
Maltitol
Mannitol
Sorbitol
Xylitol
Hydrogenated starch hydrolysates (HSH)
Isomalt

If you noticed two of the above sugar alcohols did not end in OL. These food manufacturers and processors are down right sneaky. And this sneakiness can come back to bite us in the butt if we are not vigilant.

Eating gets complicated when looking for triggers in foods. Food is NOT our friend. One needs to learn to …

Eat in order to live instead of living in order to eat.

Don’t worry about weight loss. instead …

Worry about continued damage due to inflammation from the foods you eat that are high in fat.

Worry about losing your pancreas!

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4 thoughts on “Pancreatitis Diet Tips You Can Use To Heal Your Pancreas

  1. Susan

    Help! Does this mean we must avoid those sugar substitutes that use erythritol? Some “blends” have Monk fruit or stevia combined with it. We are also fighting diabetes and had used some of those substitutes. Also, what about vinegars like Balsamic or Apple-cider? Must we avoid these too? The vinegars I checked say less than1% alcohol, is even that much too much?

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    1. The Health Guy Post author

      Hi Susan … I avoid ALL types of alcohol. People try to say that certain alcohols are safe. I don’t agree. Especially since most of them are still sick trying to figure out how to stay out of the ER. I don’t have that problem because I don’t drink alcohol or eat foods that contain alcohol, ANY KIND! I also don’t slather hand sanitizer on my skin which absorbs alcohol.

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  2. Tina Sanders

    Hi i have just come out of hospital due to inflammed chronic pancreatitis and typ 1 diabetes, which is not controled, i was discharged without any info has what the damage was are any advice. I also was suffering from malnutrition, sleep deprevation and dehydration. I don’t have the faintest idea what to eat or drink to control the inflamation and diabetes. I have found myself scared of eating and drinking ardley anything. Can you help.
    Also have you come across the diagnosis type 3c dm?

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    1. The Health Guy Post author

      Hi Tina … sorry to hear you are ill. Type 3c is diabetes caused by pancreas damage due to disease. You can find help/suggestions on this site. I am NOT a doctor so be advised anything you do or try is at your own risk. I also have a support group

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