The Human Digestive System Picture. A Digestive System Diagram to help us better understand Lactose Intolerance.

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What's the Digestive System Picture for Lactose Intolerance?

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Welcome to the second of my series of brochures about :: " A Lactose Intolerance Solution " ::
Getting rid of Lactose Intolerance with Lactagen: Information, Tips, Recipes and Reasons.

As with most things in life that are causing you some grief, it's often helpful to have some basic background knowledge and understanding of the terrain so to speak. With that in mind, I thought it might be helpful to provide a Human Digestive System Picture, so that you can see where in the abdomen the organs and digestive processes that we're discussing are located.

Pictures of human anatomy can be absolutely fascinating, and I find it amazing sometimes, to view just how the human body is structured in medical text books, posters and charts. Gaining an understanding of how the different organs connect to each other and work together to create the incredible machine that is the human body. The human digestive system diagram below, helps us to see and visualize exactly how the digestive system works, and gives clues as to what else might be affected if something were not functioning correctly:

Human Digestive System Diagram:


Human Digestive System Diagram

The Human Digestive System Picture above,
shows the relative positioning of various
organs in the abdomen. Notice how the small
intestine snakes back and forth, and how the
large intestine also curves to accommodate it's
length in the small space of the abdomen.
A truly remarkable machine
- The Human Digestive System.
    A. Digestion of food begins in the mouth with chewing and the action of saliva.
  • Food is physically broken into small pieces with the teeth and tongue and then swallowed.
    1. B. The swallowed food travels down a long tube called the esophagus into the stomach.
  • Food is moved down the esophagus by wavelike muscular contractions.
    1. C. The stomach is a highly flexible muscular bag about the size of an apple.
  • Food is mixed with acids to help break it down further. The acids also destroy most bacteria (if any) in the food.
  • Food is gradually turned into a liquid, which is released into the small intestine in small amounts.
    1. D. The small intestine is a thin tube of up to 7 meters long, which is so ingeniously made, that it presents an enormous surface area from which it extracts nutrients from the mixture.
  • Nutrients move across the small intestine wall into the bloodstream, where they are transported to the cells of the body, to be used for energy and building and repairing the body.
    1. E. The large intestine is about 1.5 meters long, containing undigested material including fibre, bacteria and other wastes that have been passed from the small intestine.
  • It's here, that water is extracted (recycled) and the waste material is finally processed before elimination.

  • The area we're most interested in is: D. The Small Intestine, and E. The Large Intestine. The small intestine is the place that you need to have production (ideally) or a good supply of the lactase enzyme which is essential to breaking down the lactose in milk and dairy products for further digestion. A lack of enough of these enzymes leads to the:

    Bloating and Gas,
    Nausea,
    Abdominal Pain and/or Cramps,
    And Diarrhea

    Associated with Lactose Intolerance. (Which hopefully, will soon be a thing of the past)

    When you consume dairy products, they travel through the stomach and the small intestine where the lactase enzyme breaks down the sugar (lactose) in dairy products. The broken down lactose then travels into the large intestine where micro organisms (good bacteria) digest the broken-down lactose and turn it into food and fuel for the body.

    If your digestive system is not working properly, the lactose is not broken down in the small intestine, and the undigested lactose ends up in the large intestine which gets aggravated, causing the symptoms associated with Lactose Intolerance.

    This is the Digestive System Picture if you have Lactose Intolerance.

    The "Solution to Lactose Intolerance" returns the digestive system to a state of being able to easily digest lactose.

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    You owe it to yourself to fully investigate this incredible new discovery.

    Today, I'd like to share a meal plan and some other helpful ideas with you.

    A meal plan or some idea of how you will eat while on the program is important, as you'll be asked to go without your lactase enzyme supplements pretty much from when you begin the 38 day program. (You can take the lactase supplements if you have to, because the program is really quite flexible and somewhat forgiving, but, for maximum benefit from the 38 day program, you should follow it as exactly as you can.)

    Here's what I told myself at the time:

    "I'm investing a not insignificant amount of time, energy and money to rid myself of this monkey on my back. (Lactose Intolerance) I'm going to follow the recommendations as closely as I possibly can, because I want this to work, and I'll do my part to see that it does."

    I strongly suggest that you adopt the same attitude.

    Simply do as the 38 day program prescribes, and all will be well. It's already worked for so many people who simply followed the plan. It's really not that hard at all if you're just a little bit pre-emptive and anticipatory. Think it through.

    A little bit of planning and contemplation will make you confident, relaxed and prepared. You won't give yourself a reason to mess up or stress yourself out about what you're going to eat.

    I have to again commend the quality of the Lactagen program, because, not only does it work spectacularly well, but it's put together smartly, simply and with support, pretty much anytime you need it or have a question. It's done in such a way that it's pretty much foolproof. You'd have to be extremely undisciplined and un-motivated to mess this up.

    So, how will you feed yourself and possibly others for over a month without resorting to your lactose supplements?

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    Here are some simple daily meal plans to help you along:
    (For one person - adjust as needed)

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    DAY 1:
    BREAKFAST
    1 cup of oatmeal with soy milk,
    Top with raisins and brown sugar.
    1 glass of orange juice.
    1 slice of melon.
    (Don't forget the "100% Natural Conditioning Supplement" after day 18)

    LUNCH
    3 oz mashed sardines.
    2 pieces bread (no milk ingredients)
    Lactose free margarine and /or mayo.
    1 small salad.
    1 glass of apple juice.
    1 oz Lactose-Free cheese.

    SNACK
    1 Granola bar (no milk ingredients)

    DINNER
    1 mixed salad.
    4 oz lean steak.
    1 cup broccoli.
    1 cup carrots.
    Lactose free margarine and /or mayo.
    Choice of Fruit.
    (Don't forget the "100% Natural Conditioning Supplement")

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    DAY 2:
    BREAKFAST
    1 cup of cooked cream of wheat with soy milk,
    1 glass of apple juice.
    1 cup of yogurt.
    (Don't forget the "100% Natural Conditioning Supplement" after day 18)

    LUNCH
    3 oz turkey breast with lettuce and tomato.
    2 pieces bread. (No milk ingredients)
    Lactose free margarine and /or mayo.
    1 small salad.
    1 glass of iced tea. 1 apple.


    SNACK
    1/2 cup of raw almonds.

    DINNER
    1 salad.
    4 oz Broiled Salmon.
    steamed asparagus stalks.
    1 baked potato.
    Choice of Fruit.
    (Don't forget the "100% Natural Conditioning Supplement")

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    DAY 3:
    BREAKFAST
    1 ounce of raisin bran with soy milk.
    2 slices raisin toast.
    1/2 tablespoon Lactose-Free margarine.
    1 orange.
    (Don't forget the "100% Natural Conditioning Supplement" after day 18)

    LUNCH
    3 oz lean shaved ham, Dijon mustard. Lactose-Free Swiss cheese.
    2 pieces French bread. (No milk ingredients)
    Lactose free margarine and /or mayo.
    Spinach salad.
    Glass of juice.
    Bunch of grapes.

    SNACK
    1 Banana.

    DINNER
    Large salad with lactose-free dressing.
    2 egg omelet w/ tuna and lactose-free cream cheese fill.(Use Olive Oil or Lactose Free margarine to grease the pan.)
    Choice of Fruit.
    (Don't forget the "100% Natural Conditioning Supplement")

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    That's it for today. More to come next time.

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    Disclaimer: This was MY experience with the "Solution to Lactose Intolerance". The statements on this web site have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease. It may not work for everyone. If abnormal side effects or constant symptoms occur while on the program, stop taking it and consult a doctor.
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