Monday, 17 June 2013

Chewing Tobacco and the effects of Nicotine

Chewing Tobacco and all kinds of nicotine is extremely toxic on the entire human body and the pancreas when consumed. Chewing tobacco is known to be a direct cause of acute pancreatitis. Pancreatitis is caused by all kinds of nicotine consumption, from cigarette smoking, cigar smoking and chewing tobacco.

Chewing tobacco is quite common throughout the United States of America and many people think it is a lot healthier than smoking cigarettes or cigars. It may be for some parts of the human body, but for the pancreas nicotine is extremely toxic and hard to break down.

Chewing tobacco can be either a direct or indirect cause of acute pancreatitis and can further worsen a condition into chronic pancreatitis. It is also a habit that is hard to shrug. We urge you to stop chewing tobacco if you are worried about the health of your pancreas.

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