- Add enzymes to your meals
Under the direction of a doctor, take digestive enzymes with meals regularly to reduce discomfort
- Load up on antioxidants
Lessen pain and prevent recurrences of pancreatitis by taking a daily supplement containing beta-carotene (9,000 IU), vitamin C (540 mg), vitamin E (270 IU), methionine (2,000 mg), and selenium (600 mcg; note: this amount should be supervised by a healthcare professional)
- Modify your diet
With your healthcare provider’s approval, try a low-fat diet to reduce symptoms
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