The Digestive System
As food enters the intestines, it's still very acid, because of the stumach
acid. The acid is neutralized by flushing the intestines with a bicorbonate
flush. This flush is released from the pancreas and enters the duodenum (a
part of the small intestines). This flush also consists of specific enzymes,
which are neccessary to digest carbohydrates, proteins and fats. The flushing
action of the pancreas is triggered by a specific hormone, which is called
Secretin-type: No Secretin Release
A child lacking the ability to release secretin will have a multi-pronged
attack on the digestive system. First, the unneutralized stomach acid will
severely damage the intestine. Second, there will be a deficiency of digestive
enzymes and bile to process food.
- Onset of the symptoms in childhood.
- Considerable intestinal pain because of the acids in the intestines.
- Stools that contain undigested foods of all types, because of the lack
of digestive enzymes.
- Possible deterioration of mental function, because of malnutrition.
- Possible deterioration of brain because bacteria and parasites can eat
the undigested foods and create dangerous acids that damage the brain.
- Prosecretin Injections (on regular basis)
- Add pig duodenum powder, which contains prosecretin, to the diet