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3 Things You Consume That Can Cause Appendicitis

In the colon, the appendix is a small, finger-shaped pouch that protrudes from the stomach. Although it has long been assumed that the appendix is a simple organ with no unique purpose, recent research has demonstrated that this is not the case. It has been revealed that the appendix is responsible for protecting beneficial microorganisms in the stomach. It can also help to repopulate the digestive system, which can help you to stay healthy.

Appendicitis is a condition in which the appendix becomes inflamed. Appendicitis develops when the appendix becomes clogged, which can be caused by excrement, a foreign substance, or cancer in some cases. Because the appendix might expand in response to an infection elsewhere in the body, it is possible that infection will develop a blockage.

There are some foods and beverages that we consume that can lead to appendicitis. Some of them are as follows:

1. The use of alcoholic beverages

Appendicitis can be triggered or aggravated by the use of alcohol as a hypertonic solvent. Excessive intake of alcoholic beverages has been found to worsen a case of appendicitis, according to research. Reduce your alcohol consumption because it has the potential to harm other key organs in the body.

2. The seeds of some fruits

Appendicitis can be caused by the seeds of several crops and fruits, including cocoa, orange, melon, barley, oat, fig, grape, date, cumin, and but. This is due to the fact that these seeds may not be readily digested, and as a result, they may clog the appendix.

3. Local Rice

The reason for this is because the rice grown in the area includes a high concentration of stones, and it is nearly hard to remove them completely. When these microscopic stones are swallowed, they can become lodged in the appendix, resulting in appendicitis.

Everyone should follow the recommendations in this article in order to prevent contracting appendicitis.


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