, pub-3656949002636110, DIRECT, f08c47fec0942fa0 What happens when you are lipase deficient?

What happens when you are lipase deficient?

Updated: Mar 5

What happens when you are lipase deficient? LIPASE DEFICIENCY CONDITIONS: Since lipase digests fat and fat-soluble vitamins, lipase deficient people can be expected to have a tendency towards high cholesterol, high triglycerides, difficulty losing weight and diabetes or a tendency towards glucosuria (sugar in the urine without symptoms of diabetes). The down-the-road outcome of these tendencies is heart disease. You can test your pH levels regularly by using a piece of litmus paper in your saliva or urine first. Adding a level teaspoon of Bicarbonate of Soda or Baking Powder to a little water and drinking this each day will help too. Similarly, so will adding some apple cider vinegar to water and drinking that throughout the day. (Yeast problems compare and use Amylase research). There are two types of nerves that maintain and also help control the actions of the digestive system: stomach; large intestines and the small intestines. The Extrinsic (outside) nerves co-ordinate the digestive organs from the unconscious part of the brain and or from the Spinal cord. The nerve located from the brain to the spinal cord is an area known as the Vagus nerve. These release a chemical called acetylcholine and another called adrenaline. Acetylcholine causes the muscle of the digestive organs to squeeze with more force and increase the “push” of food and juice through the digestive tract. Acetylcholine also causes the stomach and pancreas to produce more digestive juice. Adrenaline relaxes the muscle of the stomach and intestine and decreases the flow of blood to these organs. These are all signs of Mood swings and Bipolar Disorder type 1 and 2. Intrinsic digestive enzymes are produced in the stomach from the food and liquids we ingest. The salivary glands and specific cells of the pancreas secrete the enzymes that work to chemically breakdown the proteins, fats and sugars that are present in the body for production of life. Protease – the collective name of proteins – are digestive enzymes which digest protein; amylase digests starch molecules; and lipase is for the consumption of fats. Categories involved in food enzymes: a. Lipase – break down fat and glycerol in our small intestine b. Protease – breakdown of protein c. Cellulase – breakdown of fiber d. Amylase – breakdown of starch e. Lactase – breakdown of dairy foods f. Sucrase – breakdown of sugars g. Maltase – breakdown of grains Since protein conversion is necessary for glucose in the body, problems with protein digestion can cause hypoglycemia in Bipolar Disorder. It can also lead to mentality problems concerning irritability, as well as mood swings. Mood swings and irritability are typical in Bi-polar and some Psychotic episodes. Insulin is a hormone produced in the pancreas and this allows a body to use sugar from carbohydrates for energy, but also to store glucose for future use. Insulin helps keeps your blood sugar level from getting too high (hyperglycemia) or too low (hypoglycemia). Theory says that hypoglycemia causes an imbalance in mentality due to the nervous system of the Sympathetic and Parasympathetic nutritional inequalities. This can be extended as a lack of Protein Structures (Sugars) for Protease Enzymes to digest causing un-naturally low states, but also mood swings and irritability in the latter nervous system.

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