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What Foods Can Help Keep My Pancreas Healthy? 
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Functions of Pancreas

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What foods can help keep my pancreas healthy? Limit your intake of simple sugars and "white" carbohydrates to help keep your pancreas healthy, says Larry Gooss.

DO, a family practice doctor at Chippenham & Johnston-Willis Hospitals. He talks about the pancreas and diabetes.

When you want a healthy, happy pancreas, you've got plenty of foods to choose from. Try these, for instance:

  • Fish, eggs, and poultry.
  • D-fortified cereals and dairy.
  • Onion and arugula. They're tasty on sandwiches and pack the special cancer-clubbing flavonols. Seems these two veggies not only add tasty, gourmet-style crunch to food but also fill you up with potent nutrients thought to help thwart pancreatic cancer.
  • In an 8-year study, people who consumed the highest levels of three powerful flavonols -- kaempferol, quercetin and myricetin -- reduced their risk of pancreatic cancer by 23% -- no doubt due to the fact that this super trio of flavonols helps quell oxidative stress, a cell-damaging process that, left unchecked, may pave the way for cancer and other bad health news. Onions and certain leafy greens like arugula are one way to get these particular flavonols. Here are some others:
  • kaempferol: kale, Swiss chard, endive, raw spinach, chives and white beans
  • quercetin: asparagus, apples, buckwheat and tea
  • myricetin: fennel, blueberries, cranberries and carob flour
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