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The undiscussed causes of Pancreatic Issues and Diabetes

Season #1

In this episode of Integrative View Radio, Dr. Nicole takes a deep dive into the fascinating world of pancreatic function, diabetes, and the psychosomatic connections to pancreatic dysfunction. Dr. Nicole explains the foundational reasons behind pancreatic dysfunction, emphasizing the interconnectedness of the pancreas with the liver, small intestine, and overall digestive health. She highlights how issues in the mouth and stomach can lead to a cascade of problems that eventually affect the pancreas, leading to conditions like diabetes and pancreatitis.

In addition to providing valuable insights into pancreatic health, Dr. Nicole touches on the concept of how our values and societal influences can affect our overall well-being. She discusses the importance of staying true to one's authentic self and the potential impact of living out of alignment with one's core values. This episode offers a holistic perspective on pancreatic health and encourages listeners to consider both physical and emotional aspects of well-being for a comprehensive approach to health and vitality.

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What you’ll learn:

  1. Interconnected Organs: The pancreas is closely linked to the liver and small intestine, with digestive and oral health playing crucial roles in its function.
  2. Hidden Factors Impact Health: Besides diet, issues like an overloaded liver and psychosomatic influences can affect pancreatic health significantly.
  3. Stay True to Values: Living authentically, in alignment with personal values, is vital for overall well-being, affecting both physical and emotional health.

Quotes: 


“If we have poor oral health, there is a probability that that is coming from the stomach." - Dr. Nicole

"Your liver is a giant filter. Your kidneys are also a filter. And we go through life, getting exposed to chemicals on a day to day basis."  - Dr. Nicole