555 - villikinin , which promotes the movement of villi and...

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Hormones of GI Importance
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Gastrin From the Pylorus Releasing Mechanism: Function Stimulation of acid secretion by gastric glands
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Gastric inhibitory polypeptide From the Duodenum, gastric antrum, jejunum Releasing Mechanism: Function Inhibition of gastric secretion and motility
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Secretin From the Duodenum Releasing Mechanism: Function Stimulation of pancreatic secretions (water, electrolytes)
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Cholecystokinin From the Duodenum Releasing Mechanism: Fat in duodenum Function Contraction of Gall bladder, stimulates pancreas, inhibits gastric acid. (more)
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Enterocrinin From the Jejunum Releasing Mechanism: Food digestion products Function Stimulation of Intestinal secretion
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Other intestinal hormones Several other hormones are produced in relatively small quantities. Examples include motilin , which stimulates intestinal contractions;
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Unformatted text preview: villikinin , which promotes the movement of villi and associated lymph flow; and somatostatin , which inhibits gastric secretion. Insulin & Glucogon Insulin from the pancreas Insufficiency is diabetes Types Insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus Juvenile onset, or Type 1 Non-insulin-dependent diabetes Adult onset, or Type II Gestational diabetes Insulin is necessary to get glucose into cells, so lowers blood glucose Important and necessary NEW CULPRIT in todays version of human nutrition and obesity Insulin as the Bad Boy Idea roughly is: high glycemic index foods (sugars) cause insulin SPIKE Sugars into cells, beyond current energy need, so goes into fat storage Since sugar removed from blood so rapidly, rebound, hungry again soon Repeats ETC ETC ETC Glucagon Has nearly opposite effects as insulin...
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