Eating a low-fat diet, drinking large amounts of water, quitting smoking if applicable and avoiding alcohol entirely help manage chronic pancreatitis, according to Mayo Clinic. Doctors may prescribe pancreatic enzymes an... More »

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Patients with pancreatitis can eat a variety of foods that are low in fat, including lean meats, green leafy vegetables, blueberries, whole grains and cold-water fish, notes the University of Maryland Medical Center. Dep... More »

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A good diet for a patient with pancreatic problems, including pancreatitis, contains fruits, vegetables, and foods enriched with iron and B vitamins but limits sugars and fats, explains SF Gate. Foods high in B vitamins ... More »

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Chronic pancreatitis is an inflammation of the pancreas that recurs or lasts for a long time, sometimes years, according to Mayo Clinic. The symptoms of this condition include pain in the upper abdomen, oily, foul-smelli... More »

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Some home treatment options for pancreatitis include quitting drinking, quitting smoking, taking plenty of fluids and eating a low-fat diet. These measures work best if one has already sought medical attention. Also, one... More »

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To prevent a stroke, eat a healthy diet, avoid smoking, maintain a healthy weight, limit use of alcohol and get enough exercise. Anyone can use these techniques to avoid a stroke regardless of age or family lineage, note... More »

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To prevent digestive system diseases, individuals should make lifestyle and dietary changes such as refraining from smoking and alcohol use, minimizing intake of high-fat and acidic foods, eating more fiber, and increasi... More »

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