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Saturday, 31 December 2011

Your Cat Pancreatitis

Your Cat Pancreatitis
Pancreatic function is to help balance blood sugar, and also provides digestive enzymes to begin the process of digestion of carbohydrates, proteins and fats. 
 An indicator of acute inflammation of the pancreas is a marked increase in amylase and lipase in the blood.  
This happens because of these enzymes to escape from the channels of the pancreas and again become absorbed in the blood.  
Symptoms include digestive disorders, vomiting, severe abdominal pain, loss of appetite.
Cats Pancreatitis is a condition in very poor understanding of the veterinary community.
It 'hard to diagnose, and are rarely the direct cause of the discovery.
Unfortunately, the discussion of the causes of this disease in the veterinary authorities do not consider the effects of malnutrition continues.  
As with many chronic diseases, a cat, usually this condition is associated with poor diet, which is too high in carbohydrates (diet typical dry kibble).
It can also be a prelude to pancreatic diabetes cat.
The pancreas is burdened by a lifelong diet of wheat, or a variety of other foods high in carbohydrates, this device can not keep a better job in front of this food is decent. Inflammation can damage the pancreas to destroy the ability of this device to perform its normal functions.
Another factor that may affect the pancreas is the presence of toxins in the form of food contamination, heavy metals, pesticides, herbicides, fungicides, drugs and vaccines administered by the veterinary profession.
The treatment of pancreatitis is usually a cat, by mistake, and the same treatment as the dogs - that a diet low in fat and high in carbohydrates.  
It should be noted that the diet of consumers of meat should be real low in carbohydrates and high in protein.  
Even if the jury is still out on whether to monitor dietary fat is a good idea to feed the flesh, which is relatively low in fat.
Full non-essential amino acids in the form of fresh, lean meat and raw.
And you should avoid foods high in processed carbohydrates at all costs, to avoid further damage to already weakened pancreas.
Cats may require integration with injections of insulin or enzymes added to food in order to regain influence the secretion of these vital substances.