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ID 27244
  Title A new perspective on how gastrointestinal disorders are interrelated and how it changes the treatment, using post cholecystectomy syndrome as an example
Journal Nutr Perspect. 2021 Jan;44(1):19-24, 26-29
Peer Review Yes
Publication Type Article

Abstract: The way a problem is perceived or viewed will affect the way it is treated. Applying a different way to view the causes of gastrointestinal diseases, this paper focuses on establishing a foundational base for the treatment of postcholecystectomy syndrome (PCS). Patients that suffer from PCS will frequently have a host of symptoms due to a combination of nutrient deficiencies. Certain nutrients, needed for PCS patients, may overlap with many gastrointestinal conditions. This is because PCS, and other gastrointestinal deficiencies, have the same underlying etiologies. Etiologies that cause nutrient insufficiency include drugs, diet, trauma, toxins, stress and any other nutrient depleting process. The goal is to catch these deficiencies early to prevent a vicious cycle from starting that can lead to a disease process. Despite advances, tests for nutrient status in the human body are not sufficient at this time to detect all subclinical deficiencies. For example, some tests that have been found helpful are cell tests over serum tests. Typically, standardized tests do not catch these mild to moderate deficiencies until it clinically manifests symptoms and even then, standard tests may still be normal or be only slightly abnormal. Here we will view gastrointestinal disorders as a continuum of nutrient deficiencies to explain how to treat the root of the problem and not the symptoms for PCS

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