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Best Foods for Pancreatitis


2. Mangos

This sweet, tropical fruit acts as the perfect flavoring to any dish. It’s often added to smoothies, yogurt, desserts, or just enjoyed on its own! Now that we’ve covered that, let’s get onto the benefits for pancreatitis. Similar to apples, mangos are packed with fiber, but also contain vitamin C and tons of amazing essential vitamins like iron, calcium, potassium, and magnesium, says Dr. Axe.

They have the ability to improve blood glucose levels and glycemic control which is super important for those with pancreatitis because they are also at risk for diabetes.

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