There are many types of digestive disorders. In recent decades, there has been a significant increase in digestive diseases and disorders, food intolerances and allergies that has made us realize the importance of good digestive health. Poor diet, excess harmful chemicals in agriculture, water pollution, abuse of antibiotics, or excess hygiene are some of the causes.
Its function is to obtain the molecules necessary for the maintenance, growth and other energy needs of the body from the food eaten. Large molecules, such as proteins, lipids, complex carbohydrates, and nucleic acids, break down into smaller molecules that are absorbed through the lining of the digestive tract, especially in the small intestine.
Parietal Cells or oxyntic are a type of cell located at the top of the oxyntic glands of the stomach closely linked to hepatocytes and with the squamous cells of the esophagus is in common. This area is extremely dangerous because it’s where most cancers originate in the digestive system.