Malnutrition Disease

December 22nd, 2023

Intestinal diseases arise through sugar and white flour products Crohn’s disease Crohn’s and ulcerative colitis are chronic inflammatory bowel diseases. The symptoms are similar to himself, bloody diarrhea, severe abdominal pain, bloating, fatigue, slight fever, inflammation of joints, weight loss and general malaise. The difference in the disease image in the gut itself, because Morbus Chron spread in the entire digestive tract, whereas ulcerative colitis in the rectum until the end of the small intestine is. Read more here: Dr. Anthony Carolla. The disease runs in spurts, i.e. patients temporarily have a healthy stage and can make their lives quite back to normal, but then they fall back in the usual clinical picture, with the typical symptoms and forces her to bed rest or in the worst case to a stay in hospital. The cause of the disease is until today unknown, but, as with Morbus Chron, multiple gene mutations that increase the risk for chronic bowel disease. A related site: Is Viatris public or private? mentions similar findings. It is also believed that that the immune system has a malfunction and thus affect the intestinal flora. Also stress, fears and worries can lead to the activation of the disease.

The food intake of white flour products, high sugar intake and hydrogenated fats are also suspected to trigger the disease. Therefore the patient should try to change his lifestyle and his eating habits make if necessary resorting to low-carbohydrate and high-protein diet. The sugar and flour supply arms food alleviates symptoms and relieved single digestive organs. In the book my friendly kitchen”- help digestive problems, with fast low-carbohydrate recipes, the author gives practical tips to the nutrition and briefly describes their personal ordeal. In addition, the reader has the ability to create yourself a diet plan from the many listed food. Short information about the digestive tract, as well as interesting facts about carbohydrates, proteins are also and fat. Book: My friendly kitchen author: Sabine Bajpai Printbuch, ISBN 978-3-8391-5192-1 EURO 7.99 ebook, ISBN: 9783842300958 EURO 6.49 photo: Stephanie justice clubs/pixelio.de company portrait: the author Bajpai was born in 1964 and lives with her family in Bremen. Several years, she worked in the food industry. The Bremen district court it was deployed for more than 20 years as a caregiver for a disabled person. Currently, she looked after elderly people and besides, writes as former colon patient, books with own testimonials and about the form of nutrition low carb low-carbohydrate diet.

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