Pancreatic Digestive Enzymes – Insulin Production

The pancreas is a gland placed just behind the stomach and is connected to the first part of the intestine.  Some of its cells secretes, what in medical terms are called pancreatic digestive juices, into the first part of the small intestine through the pancreatic duct and other cells release the hormones glucagon and insulin into the bloodstream.  When an issues arise people may experience the so called pancreatitis o inflammation of the pancreas which can become acute or chronic.  Both forms are serious and can lead to complications.  Reputable health organisations report that chronic pancreatitis does not improve or heal but in most cases it will get worse and over time would lead to irreversible damage of the organ.   How important is it to make sure that you look after the pancreas?

It is VITAL – it can become a question of life or death.
KEY FACTOR 1 and 2 have been carefully and specifically designed to address, support and help to avoid the typical issues that would lead to a weak pancreas and over time to serious pancreatic complications.

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