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What healthy diet foods would be for someone with mesenteric ischemia?

What healthy diet foods would be for someone with mesenteric ischemia?

Low fat diet: Mesenteric ischemia is typically caused by atherosclerosis of arteries supplying blood to the intestines. A low fat diet may help prevent progression of atherosclerosis. Small meals may make it less likely you will get ischemia and pain with eating. ...Read more

Dr. Pam Yoder
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Healthy Diet (Definition)

Pregnant women should eat a balanced, nutritional diet and increase their calorie intake to meet the needs of the developing fetus and their changing bodies. Eating a range of wholesome and nutritious foods during pregnancy is one of the most important things that women can do to ensure the normal development and growth of the fetus, and it can help to prevent prematurity and low birth weight. For the mother, good nutrition helps to prevent anemia, ...Read more


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What is a healthy diet for someone with mesenteric ischemia? What is easiest to digest?

What is a healthy diet for someone with mesenteric ischemia? What is easiest to digest?

Complex: Mesenteric ischemia is a blood supply problem with the interstinal tract. It indicates blockages in the arteries that supply blood to the small and large intestine. It is often found in people with heart disease with coronary artery disease. The best diet is low fat, low sodium with mostly vegetables, fruits, and legumes with small amounts of beef, and minimal fried foods. ...Read more

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Should someone with mesenteric ischemia follow a specific diet?

Should someone with mesenteric ischemia follow a specific diet?

Limit calories/ fat: Control calories: eat quality fat eat the right amount of fats, carbohydrates and protein avoid fad diets: eat a well-rounded diet instead. Eat small, frequent meals. Avoid large and heavy meals. Limit cholesterol in diet: limit iron intake: eat enough dietary fiber: whole grains are best. Eat plenty of fresh fruit and vegetable. Reduce salt. ...Read more

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What dietary changes are recommended for someone with mesenteric ischemia?

Limit calories/ fat: Control calories: eat quality fat eat the right amount of fats, carbohydrates and protein avoid fad diets: eat a well-rounded diet instead. Eat small, frequent meals. Avoid large and heavy meals. Limit cholesterol in diet: limit iron intake: eat enough dietary fiber: whole grains are best. Eat plenty of fresh fruit and vegetable. Reduce salt. ...Read more

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What is the best way to diagnose chronic mesenteric ischemia? What are solutions for someone diagnosed?

What is the best way to diagnose chronic mesenteric ischemia? What are solutions for someone diagnosed?

Imaging: mesenteric imaging, Ultrasound, MRangio or standard angiography can make this diagnosis. Clinically patients with mesenteric ischemia are thin, avoid food as it causes pain, have bruit over abdomen. Once diagnosed, stents can be very helpful to treat. Open surgery is occasionally needed to increase blood supply to bowel. Avoiding bowel ischemia is essential. Ischemic bowel has HIGH mortality. ...Read more

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Can chronic mesenteric ischemia cause pancreatic insuffiency?

Can chronic mesenteric ischemia cause pancreatic insuffiency?

No.: Chronic mesenteric ischemia (cmi) occurs because of poor blood flow to the intestines, classically needing 2 out of 3 blood vessels to the gut with a significant narrowing. The usual symptoms of cmi are abdominal pain after meals, unintended weight loss, and a "fear of eating." the pancreas has such a rich blood supply that poor blood flow to it is not usually a problem. ...Read more

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My aunt has mesenteric ischemia, she can not have any procedures done to fix cause of her age 93 her doctor said. She always has pain, what can I do?

Mesenteric Ischemia: Presumably your aunt was evaluated by a board certified vascular surgeon and determined to not be a candidate for a mesenteric reconstruction by open bypass or by angioplasty and stenting. If this is the case, then I agree with palliation being the only other option. Unfortunately not everything and not everyone can be fixed. ...Read more

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What is mesenteric ischemia?

What is mesenteric ischemia?

Intestinal angina.: Mesenteric ischemia occurs when the blood supply to the intestine is insufficient to maintain it's normal function. When acute, it may lead to infarction of the intestine, which is life-threatening. When chronic, it may cause a nagging intense pain after eating, analogous to angina. ...Read more

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What is mesenteric ischemia and want causes it?

What is mesenteric ischemia and want causes it?

Bowel ischaemia: Inadequate blood supply to bowel. Causes - emboli phenomenon - mesenteric artery thrombosis - hypotension - drugs e.g. Vasopressors,ergotamines , coccaine and digitalis - mesenteric venous thrombosis ...Read more

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Could duplex ultrasound replace arteriography in screening for mesenteric ischemia?

No screening: There is nothing called screening for mesenteric stenosis. If you have no symptoms then you no need to screen for occlusion. If you have chronic symptoms then duplex ultrasound is a good starting test but has a lot of limitations. In cases of acute ischemia then ct scan is best to start with. ...Read more

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I have malabsorption because of mesenteric ischemia/pancreatic insuf. I have vitamin d deficency are there other vitamins I should be tested for?

I have malabsorption because of mesenteric ischemia/pancreatic insuf.  I have vitamin d deficency are there other vitamins I should be tested for?

B vitamins: You may also have trouble actually absorbing any of your vitamins. There is a lab that tests for all vitamins, their name is spectracell, you should find a doctor who uses that and see if you can have your nutritional status tests. ...Read more

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Not overweight, healthy diet, EF 55%, LV normal size & function, BP 119/63, (sob) stress results moderate to severe ischemia anterior/apical wall mostly reversible. Cath scheduled in 4 days. How bad?

Not overweight, healthy diet, EF 55%, LV normal size & function, BP 119/63, (sob) stress results moderate to severe ischemia anterior/apical wall mostly reversible.  Cath scheduled in 4 days. How bad?

Cardiac response: This clearly concerns me but you are doing the right thing and dealing with the problem urgently. Catheterization is definitely recommended. Unfortunately Cardiac disease also has a strong genetic component that may be present. Is your cholesterol normal and are you exercising adequately? Hopefully, you are also consulting with a cardiologist as well. ...Read more

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What does it mean if somebody has cmi? What's the difference between chronic mesenteric or myocardial ischemia?

What does it mean if somebody has cmi? What's the difference between chronic mesenteric or myocardial ischemia?

Poor circulation: Cmi could mean chronic mesenteric insufficiency . Ischemia means poor circulation . If it involves the heart it is called myocardial ischemia and if it is the gut it is called mesenteric. ...Read more

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What is the difference between acute mesenteric ischaemia & mesenteric vascular occlusion?

What is the difference between acute mesenteric ischaemia & mesenteric vascular occlusion?

Ischemia/occlusion: Ischemia is poor blood supply to the affected organ and occlusion is no blood supply. Both are serious and need immediate treatment. See a vascular surgeon immediately. All the best. ...Read more

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What are some good healthy diet foods to buy?

What are some good healthy diet foods to buy?

Research this: Check www.choosemyplate.gov, foodnetwork.com, WWW.health.com, allrecipes.com, www.bhg.com, www.eating well.com, www.cookinglight.com, www.foodnetwork.com and others for food info & healthy meal and recipes ideas. ...Read more

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What fructose free foods should I be eatting to maintain a healthy diet?

What fructose free foods should I be eatting to maintain a healthy diet?

Odd question: Fructose is the naturally occurring sugar in fruit. If you have been classified as "fructose intolerant" it probably means sugar intolerant and that means that you eat all god made food, including fresh fruit and avoid all the artificial forms of sugar that are so widespread. ...Read more

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What have food allergies got to do with not eating a healthy diet?

What have food allergies got to do with not eating a healthy diet?

Restrics nutrients: Patients allergic to certain foods must insure that they are getting replacement calories, proteins, vitamins and minerals in their diet. For example, children with milk allergyneed to replace the protein and calcium. Confirmation of allergy by challenge is an option for many people, if the risk for anaphylaxis is low. Consultation with a nutritionist may be helpful. ...Read more

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What are some ypical carbohydrate foods that should be avoided in a healthy diet in order to lose weight?

What are some ypical carbohydrate foods that should be avoided in a healthy diet in order to lose weight?

Most: All carbohydrates excluding fiber breaks down to simple sugar, which is the main reason for the obesity epidemic that we have. If you want to lose weight, cut out all sweets, juices including fruits, grains, snacks, starchy vegetables etc. ...Read more

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Dr. Arthur Heller
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Diet (Definition)

refers to all the physical matter humans (like all living creatures) must take in on a recurring basis; only partially for energy. Like all life on planet humans are open systems which keep tearing down their structure & require intake of atoms/molecules from which to rebuild their structure. Intestinal lining cells replaced ~every 3 days. CaPO4 in bones ~every 6 years, ...Read more


Mesentery (Definition)

1. A double layer of peritoneum attached to the abdominal wall and enclosing in its fold certain organs of the abdominal viscera. 2. A fold of the peritoneum that connects the intestines to the dorsal abdominal wall, especially such a fold that envelops ...Read more