Diabetes - the dreaded truth, The End

  The nature of this disease

Diabetes means the body as the inability to properly metabolize carbohydrates. Its main symptom is high blood glucose levels. Type 1 diabetes, occurs as a result of insufficient production of insulin by the pancreas. Type 2 diabetes, occurs as a result of ineffectiveness of insulin. In both these cases, blood glucose level remains elevated. In cases of insufficient amounts of insulin or its ineffectiveness, the level of sugar in the blood can not be maintained within normal limits. In the case of type 2 diabetes, high blood sugar is monitored with a chronically high insulin levels, as well as serious endocrine disorders.

Ineffective insulin is no different from effective insulin. Its ineffectiveness lies in the inability of cells to adequately respond to it. It is not about any of the biochemical absence of insulin. Hence arises that this is about a disease that is reflected in almost every cell of about 70 trillion of them, the human body. All these cells depend on the food that we eat, or nutrients they need for their work, restoration and maintenance.
Classification of diabetes as a disorder in the metabolism of carbohydrates is a traditional classification that originated from that early 19-century when very little was known about metabolic disorders. (15) Today, when we know more about these processes, much more appropriate to define type-2 diabetes as a disorder in the metabolism of fats and oils. This disorder can manifest inefficiency of insulin and consequent disturbances in carbohydrate metabolism. This legacy from the 19-century that still contributes to the creation of confusion regarding this disease.

Thus, type-2 diabetes, and its early symptoms are the hyper insulin symptoms whole organism which is manifested due to inability of cells to metabolize glucose properly. Each cell of the body, for reasons that are becoming clearer, finds himself in a situation where it is no longer able to take glucose from the blood and transports it to its interior. Glucose thus remains in the bloodstream, is stored in the form of fat or glycogen in the body, or is expelled from the body in urine.
When insulin binds to a receptor on the cell membrane, he then cause it a complex series of biochemical reactions. It then encourages one type of glucose transporter molecules-which are known under the name of GLUT4 to leave their parking lot is located within the cell and travel to the inner surface of its plasma membrane.

When they reach the membrane, they then migrate to an area within it called caveolae (16). There they help one another with a series of biochemical reactions to identify molecules of glucose, says it for himself and transported into the cell through a process called endocytosis. When hope within the cell, the glucose then becomes the fuel during its combustion in the mitochondria, which releases energy used to drive all cellular activity. Thus these GLUT4 transporters reduce the amount of glucose in the blood taking from it and transported in the cell body.

Many molecules that are located on this road to transport glucose as lipids, that is, they are fatty acids. A healthy cell membranes which is now known to play an active role in the transport of glucose, contains a substance called. complement of cis-type w = 3 unsaturated fatty acids (17) whose role is to make cell membranes more fluid, or 'slippery'. When these cis-fatty acids become chronically unavailable because of our poor diet, then their scarcity in the cell membrane REPLACE with medium-chain and short chain saturated fatty acids. The presence of these types of fatty acids leads to cell membrane and the adhesive becomes firmer as it interferes with normal transport mechanism that goes through it. (18)

Thus, in the absence of sufficient amounts of cis fatty acids of the omega 3 in our diet, reducing the mobility of GLUT4 transporters, the biochemical changes the structure of cells and the blood glucose level remains elevated.

Elsewhere in the body, the pancreas produces increased levels of insulin, liver fat of the product by excess sugar, fat cells stored excess fat, urine is produced in larger quantities, the amount of cellular energy becomes insufficient to perform normal physical activities and leads to disruption of the entire endocrine system. Finally there is a cancellation of the pancreas, excessive growth of body weight, and starts to create a balance in the human organism that is known as - a diabetic crisis.

  Medical treatment

Once the diagnosis of diabetes, modern classical medical therapy consisting of either oral hypoglycemic or insulin preparations.

• Oral hypoglycemic preparations 

Oral hypoglycemics preparations were introduced in 1955. year. According to their biophysical mode of action, these preparations are divided into five classes. (19) These classes are: Biguanides; glucosidase inhibitors; meglitidinits; sulfonilurease, and thiazolidinediones.
Biguanides lower blood sugar in three ways. They prevent its normal secretion by the liver, ie from its storage of glycogen, inhibit glucose absorption from the intestine, the food entered carbohydrates, and claims that they increase both peripheral glucose download.

Glucosidase inhibitors are designed to block the enzyme amylase, which produces the pancreas, and that normally plays a very important role in the digestion of carbohydrates. According to this theory, if it blocks the digestion of carbohydrates, then you can not get any increase in the amount of sugar in the blood.
Meglitinidi were created to stimulate the pancreas to produce insulin in patients who probably already have elevated levels of insulin in their blood. Only in rare cases, doctors measure the level of insulin. These preparations are often prescribed without really checking, and knowledge about the level of insulin in the blood. The fact that increased amounts of insulin may be as harmful as the increased amount of sugar is largely ignored.

Sulfonilureaze are just another sham whose purpose is to stimulate production of insulin. Doctors rarely determine the serum insulin level before they prescribe these medications. They are often prescribed to people suffering from type-2 diabetes, most of whom already have elevated insulin ineffective. These preparations are known for causing hypoglycemia as a side effect.

Thiazolidinediones are known to cause liver cancer. One of them, Rezulin, was approved in the U.S. with the help of certain political machinations, however, in the UK was rejected because it was already known that it causes liver cancer. The doctor who was responsible for its approval at the FDA, declined to do so. Only after he was dismissed, Rezulin was approved by a obedient officers of this organization. This preparation killed over one hundred patients and disabled many more of them, before being obtained for its withdrawal from the market. Rezulin was supposed to stimulate the download from the blood glucose by peripheral cells and blocks the normal secretion of glucose by the liver. The policy regarding placement of this product on the market as well as his hold on the market for so long, is not entirely clear. (20) In April 2000 began a trial that should shed light on the background of it all. (21)

• Insulin

Today, insulin is prescribed for both types of diabetes. Insulin by injection replaces the insulin that the body is no longer able to produce. Of course, while this treatment is needed to preserve the lives of those who suffer from diabetes type-1, its use in those who suffer from type-2 diabetes is highly debatable.

It is important to note that neither insulin nor any other oral hypoglycemic preparation have nothing to do with the treatment of one of these two types of diabetes.
Forecast that goes along with the conventional treatment involves the gradual deterioration of the general health of patients and premature death from heart failure or kidney failure or other vital organs.

  Alternative Medical Treatment

The third step towards the cure of this disease involves awareness of how to take alternative measures that are based on good science and fair.

An effective treatment that directly leads to healing, has been available for some diabetics who suffer from type-1 diabetes, and many who suffer from diabetes type-2. About 5% of all diabetics suffer from diabetes type-1, while 95% have diabetes type-2. (22) gestational diabetes is simply ordinary diabetes, if you get sick of it for women during pregnancy.

An alternative methodology for the treatment of diabetes type-1 developed in some modern hospitals in Madras, India, and several studies have been carried out confirm the effectiveness of these methods. (23) There is a renewal of the function of pancreatic beta cells, so that the pancreas can again start with the production of insulin. This approach has proven effective in over 60% of all patients in whom it was administered. The biggest complication is that you are in the body of the patient is still present the same antigens that they led to the autoimmune destruction of beta cells. If so, then the cure less likely. For reasons which we have already noted, this methodology is certainly not appear in the U.S. in the near future.
The goal of any effective alternative treatment is the repairing and restoring the body's own mechanism for controlling blood sugar. Disturbances in the operation of this mechanism eventually manifested an increasing number of different symptoms, impaired health, whose medical treatment industry makes enormous profits diabetes.

For the treatment of type-2 diabetes, the steps are as follows: (24)

• Repair of the situation disturbed mechanism for controlling blood sugar. It seems so easy as to throw the food very nicely packaged but toxic oils that are found on supermarket shelves. They must be replaced with clean, healthy and beneficial fats. This means consuming only flaxseed, fish oil and the occasional cod liver oil, until the blood sugar starts to stabilize. Then we can put food in butter, coconut oil, olive oil and clean animal fat. Read labels; stop with the consumption of cheap oil, even when they are present in food or processed food in a restaurant. Diabetics suffer from a chronic lack of minerals, so they have to replace them in the form of mineral supplements or pills of a wide range of high quality.

• Manual control of blood glucose during recovery. Under medical supervision gradually stops taking oral hypoglycemic preparations, together with all other preparations that are prescribed for the purpose of controlling their side effects. Establish a natural blood sugar control with the help of glycemic pills, frequent consumption of foods in small portions (including foods rich in vegetable fiber), regular exercise after a meal and a complete avoidance of all sugars with the use of non-toxic sweetener (aspartame and similar preparations in any case to use! !). (25) Alcohol should be avoided until the sugar stabilizes in the normal range. Care should be regularly measured and simultaneously keep a medical diary in which should record all that information.

• Re-establishing the proper balance of healthy oils and fat starts to work again after the body's natural mechanism for controlling blood sugar. All the cheap and toxic fats and oils have permanently removed from our food, and food from a restaurant that contains them. When sugar control mechanism starts to work properly again we gradually introduced into our diet and other healthy foods at the same time to continue reviewing how they reflect the level of sugar in the blood. All the data we recorded in our medical journal.

• Continue the program until it also fails to establish normal values of insulin in the blood after the blood sugar starts to stabilize in the normal range. When blood sugar drops to a normal level, the pancreas will gradually stop to over-produce insulin. This process typically takes a little longer and it must be controlled so that we through his doctor on several occasions to send blood samples for analysis to determine the serum insulin level. It is nice that when your blood sugar in normal limits, but it's even nicer when it is achieved without excess insulin in our bloodstream.

• Repair collateral damage caused by the disease. Damage to blood vessels that are caused by chronically elevated glucose levels alone will be uncontrolled medicate without conscious effort on our part. It will also be the consequence of retinopathy (damage to the retina of the eye) and peripheral neuropathy is usually self-renewal. However, when the tiny capillaries in the kidney membranes begin to 'cure' as a result of chronic increase in blood glucose, kidney tries to compensate by creating scar tissue in order to prevent it. These scars remain after the diabetes heals, because it seems that the kidney is unable to repair the damage I have on it.

Warning ... you develop retinopathy can lead to temptations to solve this problem with laser surgery. This technique of using lasers to help stop bleeding on the retina, creating scar tissue where there is a drop of blood. This scar tissue may prevent normal healing of small capillaries of the eye, after a diabetes cure. Treatment of diabetes instead of solving problems by trying to help lasers increase the chances of damage to the eyes completely healed. However, if you make intervention surgical laser, then the scars that remain after complete healing of her complicated eyes. Damage to blood vessels that arose due to a long-term increase in the amount of sugar and insulin, as well as the proliferation of Candida (Candida - the fungus) in the bloodstream, it will slowly be eliminated through improved nutrition. However, sometimes persists for several years that damage to arteries, successfully rehabilitated with the help of the entire oral. Damage to the arteries much faster can rehabilitate the entire intravenous therapy. (26) What can be done in a few years only with the help of proper nutrition, it can be done in about 6 months with intravenous therapy and efficiently is over 80% of cases. For obvious reasons, do not expect from a doctor that they will agree with that, especially if the cardiologists.

  Recovery period

Prognosis usually involves a rapid recovery from the disease and restoring normal health and energy, for several months to a year or more. The length of time largely depends on how long the duration of disease.
For those who react quickly after the discovery of the disease, and immediately take appropriate measures, it is a period of several months or less. For those who suffer from this disease over a long period, during the treatment may take up to a year or more. Thus, there are many reasons to start treatment of this disease as soon as it detects.

Up to this moment when you come to the end of this article, and if we are able to properly explain this our diabetes epidemic, you should be able to know what are its causes, what is the background of classical medical treatment, and why diabetes is a national and international disgrace.
Even more importantly, you are now familiar with one program with which everyone can help himself and that reveals a great potential to really cure this disease.

  About the author:

Thomas Smith was a tireless medical researcher who was forced to heal your diabetes because it was obvious that his doctor did not want or could not cure him.

He published the results of their research in diabetes under the name of the manual, Insulin: Our Silent Assassin (Insulin: Our Silent Killer), which is written in a manner understandable to lay persons and is also highly rated by some medical professionals. This manual describes in detail each step that needs to be done to heal type-2 diabetes, and provides plenty of details regarding what is done today in the successful treatment of diabetes type-1. This book can be purchased from the author at the following address: PO Box 7685, Loveland, Colorado 80 537, USA (North America residents should send $ US25.00, while those from other countries should contact the above by regarding the book price and methods of delivery) .

Thomas Smith has also published a lot of useful information on treatment of diabetes on his website, http://www.Healingmatters. com. He can be contacted by phone: +1 (970) 669 9176 or e-mail:  @ http://valley healingmatters.com.

  [Translation Note: According to some recent findings, premature exposure of infants to cow milk can cause one of these auto-immune reaction, due to the damage of the so-called. pancreatic beta cells that produce insulin, or the appearance of diabetes type-1 (D. mellitus)]


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25.  Many popular artificial sweeteners on sale in the supermarket are extremely poisonous and dangerous to the diabetic, indeed, many of them are worse than the sugar the diabetic is trying to avoid, see, for example, Smith, ibid., Pp. 53-58
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