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For Encouraging Healthy Function of Pancreas
The pancreas is a flat, hammer-shaped organ located behind the stomach. It is made up of two kinds of tissues: endocrine and exocrine. The endocrine tissue generates hormones glucagon and insulin. They get taken by the blood to regulate the levels of glucose (sugar) in the blood. Glucagon raises the level of glucose, while insulin stimulates cells to utilize glucose. The exocrine tissue produces digestive enzymes and bicarbonate critical to proper digestion. As important elements of the pancreatic juice they, when combined with the intestinal juices, help to break down proteins, carbohydrates, and fats and neutralize stomach acids that pass from the stomach into the small intestine.
There are three major types of digestive enzymes: protease for protein digestion, pancreatic lipase for digestion of the triglyceride (type of fat), and amylase hydrolyses carbohydrate (starch). Other digestive enzymes include ribonuclease, deoxyribonuclease, gelatinase, and elastase.
When we age our natural production of enzymes slows down. By taking enzyme supplements, we can help restore the balance and continue enjoying complete absorption of nutrients.
Persons with a Candida problem or an allergy to molds should not use plant-based digestive enzymes. For them, the most efficient enzyme supplements are those made from organically grown beef, lamb, or pork.
Normally pancreas is a self-sustaining organ. But, like any organ, it can malfunction. Symptoms may not appear for some time and, even then, are usually no more than discomfort or pain in the stomach and back. The skin may itch and there may be constipation and loss of appetite and weight. Such symptoms can be caused by many conditions, so blood and urine tests are necessary. If your pancreas is out of balance, you can do "pancreas cleanse" via blood cleansing or you can use herbal pancreas formula to assist normal functioning of pancreatic tissue.
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