The digestive system included the gastrointestinal tract, the liver, pancreas, and gallbladder plays a critical role to maintain the body normal function by providing nutrients and fluids to the body and remove waste through the secretary system.
Digestion is a process of the digestive system by breaking out down food after food intake through mechanical and enzymatic action.
Indigestion, on the other hand, is symptoms of another digestive disease, including GERD. Most cases of indigestion not caused by underlying diseases can be resolved quickly.
People with indigestion experience symptoms differently. Some may feel the symptoms of occasionally while others may feel often and daily.
There are a number of risk factor associated with digestive disorders including bacterial and/or viral infection, inflammation, lactase deficiency, anti-inflammatory drugs and certain conditions such as ruptured or perforated organs, muscle dysfunction, gallstones.
However, some researchers suggested that there is a strong correlation between the risk of digestive disorders in obese patients.
Dr. Su Youn Nam, in the investigation of obesity-related digestive diseases, wrote, “Obesity-related digestive diseases include gastroesophageal reflux disease, Barrett’s esophagus, esophageal cancer, colon polyp and cancer, nonalcoholic fatty liver disease, hepatitis C-related disease, hepatocellular carcinoma, gallstone, cholangiocarcinoma, and pancreatic cancer”.
And, “Although obesity-related esophageal diseases are associated with altered mechanical and humoral factors, other obesity-related digestive diseases seem to be associated with obesity-induced altered circulating levels of adipocytokines and insulin resistance”.
The findings strongly indicated the risk of digestive disorder in obese is substantially higher compared to healthy weight individuals.
On finding a potent ingredient for the treatment of digestive diseases, researchers investigated the effects of soybean meal (SBM) substitution by a mixture of rapeseed meal (RSM), white lupine seeds (WLS) and pea seeds (PS) on gastrointestinal function in Hyplus rabbits.
Selected Hyplus rabbits were fed by either control diet (SBM15) containing 15% SBM, or diet SBM7.5 containing 7.5% SBM, 5% RSM, 4% WLS and 3% PS. In diet SBM0 or diet SBM0, SBM completely was replaced by RSM, WLS and PS (10%, 8%, and 6%, respectively).
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(1) The effects of rapeseed meal and legume seeds as substitutes for soybean meal on productivity and gastrointestinal function in rabbits by Gugołek A1, Juśkiewicz J2, Strychalski J1, Zwoliński C1, Żary-Sikorska E3, Konstantynowicz M. (PubMed)
(2) Obesity-Related Digestive Diseases and Their Pathophysiology by Su Youn Nam. (PMC)