Your pancreas helps produce the hormones insulin and glucagon. To help repair the inflammation going on...eat Fage 0% plain yogurt and add blueberries not only to sweeten but because blueberries have antioxidants...and yes veggie soup is very good to replace fluids into your system....eat cherries and brocolli, salmon, sardines, herring, flaxseeds, flaxseed oil, and walnuts..all calm inflammtion. WHEAT BREAD CAUSES INFLAMMATION TOO! Eat Rye as it is slower digesting and then not too much of that either
Vans Has Gluten free waffles...use those as bread. Portobello mushrooms may help the inflammtion too! Take Vitamin C to heal already damaged tissues..eat Green Peppers, Cucumber, Sweet Potatoes, Celery, Zucchini...excess sugar, refined carbohydrates, saturated fats & trans fats are causes but just eating too many calories can create inflammation. Dr. Mark Hyman, in his book Ultra-Metabolism, says that the most common causes of inflammation are our diet and being sedentary but there can also be hidden causes...you can buy the book online @walmart for around $10.00 ...the best book I ever read...
Did your doctor take your magnesium and B levels?
1/12/13 5:59 A
I was wondering if anyone could help me? I was sent to hospital on Boxing Day and was released almost 2 weeks ago. I was informed by my doctor to start on a low fat, low calorie diet consisting of pretty much soups and salads, no meat, no eggs, no dairy, no caffeine and NO acohol whatsoever etc (which is fine as I'm Lactose intolerant, I don't eat meat, I can't handle Gluten and eggs make me ill). After scrolling through the net trying to find some answers I keep being told different things.
I was wondering if anyone could possibly suggest some good recipes? Be it, someone who is a Pancreatitis sufferer too or someone with more knowledge than I do. The only upside so far is that I've managed to lose some weight....shame it's due to this situation. :/
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