Pancreatitis today are often, sometimes flowing for many years in a latent form, without being diagnosed.This is due to the fact that the initial symptoms are similar to simple dyspepsia, or indigestion similar - light passing nausea, flatulence, loss of appetite, fatigue.The main cause of pancreatitis (except hereditary predisposition and mechanical damage of the pancreas) appears unhealthy lifestyle (particularly unbalanced diet and alcohol abuse).In the pancreas begins inflammatory processes that can result in the gradual destruction.In this regard, pancreatitis important to eat right in order not to provoke inflammation, normalize the functioning of the pancreas and promote the regeneration of its cells.One of the foods that help to implement all three of these components is a seaweed (kelp).It recommended for inclusion in the special diet for pancreatitis by most experts, but in all it is important to follow certain rules in order to optimize the end result and not to harm health.On the use of sea
Eating seaweed at the initial stage of pancreatitis: benefits
- It is rich in mineral elements.This chlorine, potassium, sodium, magnesium, silicon, phosphorus, iodine, calcium, iron, zinc, vanadium, manganese, nickel, cobalt and molybdenum.They give the whole restorative and immunomodulatory effect.
- Kelp has the ability to significantly improve the motility of the stomach, giving him a slight irritant effect their natural receptors.This improves the digestion of food and more complete absorption and distribution between organs and systems of the body.In particular it allows better saturate pancreas useful elements, causing release of enzymes into the duodenum.Thus, it protects the pancreas from self-destruction.
- helps to eliminate toxins from the body, thus ensuring the stabilization of the metabolic processes, the violation of which has a negative effect on the pancreas.
Eating seaweed in chronic pancreatitis: the advantages
- low calorie minimizes the burden on the stomach.This has a positive effect on the entire body due to high content of nutrients in seaweed.
- significantly improved the functioning of the pituitary gland, which has beneficial effects on hormones and as a result, minimizing the probability of transition in the chronic stage of subacute.
- Due to the large amount of nutrients kelp has a moderate therapeutic effect, increasing the systematic application.
Contraindications to eat seaweed
- hypersensitivity to iodine.
- In the initial stage of pancreatitis use kelp must not exceed 300 grams per week, in chronic pancreatitis - 100 grams per week in acute pancreatitis from eating seaweed should be abandoned, and enter it in the diet gradually (about one week after the attack), andin small portions.