Diabetes Cure

This article is about a diabetes cure. Though I focus on permanent and natural weight loss many clients come to me because they have diabetes and the doctor told them they need to lose weight.

Also, many more are coming to me because they found out their children have diabetes and the doctor told them to lose weight.

The current medical establishment regards diabetes as incurable. They say there is no diabetes cure. This is correct only if people keep eating the foods they are and are continually exposed to toxic elements that contribute to diabetes.

Without enough knowledge as to what causes diabetes, it can seem there is no diabetes cure.

Coping Rather Than Curing

Currently, the medical establishment advise to use some form of the glycemic index to keep blood sugar low and to get more exercise. The problem I have with this is that it is a coping mechanism. It is not addressing the root of diabetes.

That means it is not addressing why insulin is being stopped from going into the cells in a diabetes type 2 condition or why insulin is not being produced by the pancreas in a Diabetes type 1 condition.

A diabetes cure has to consider the root causes of these two situations. It has to be able to answer why it is occurring in the first place.

While most doctors look at diabetes as a condition, I look at it as a symptom of an underlying health imbalance. To create a diabetes cure you need to stop only focusing on treating symptoms and focusing on.

Insulin Resistance

For Type 2 diabetes the question that needs to be answered is, “Why are the cells not allowing insulin into the cells?”

Your cells have insulin receptors. When insulin reaches these receptors they cause the cells to allow insulin into the cells. Insulin is combined with glucose and it is insulin that drives the glucose into the cells to provide fuel.

Insulin not only combines with glucose, it combines with protein to bring protein into the cells as well. When the cells are not receptive to insulin, glucose does not go inside and your cells do not get energy.

This leaves a high amount of sugar in your blood. This high level of glucose is called hyperglycemia. This state of hyperglycemia, if it becomes chronic can produce a very wide variety of serious complications over a period of years, including kidney damage, neurological damage, cardiovascular damage, damage to the retina etc.

Needless to say, a diabetes cure will help many people with many other conditions as well.

So the current treatment of this is to lower the blood sugar levels in the blood through diet and drugs.

What should be solved is how to get the insulin to be used again. In other words, the goal is to restore insulin sensitivity again. When the cells allow insulin into the cells, blood glucose will go into the cells and the blood glucose levels will drop down to normal. This is the way it is supposed to work normally.

A diabetes cure should be there to help make things work normally again.

Type 1 Diabetes

With diabetes type 1, the problem is not that the cells are not receptive to insulin. The problem is that the pancreas, the gland that produces insulin is either not producing insulin or not producing enough insulin.

So in this case, the blood glucose levels are high because there is not enough insulin there to tell the cells to open up and take the glucose in.

This is hyperglycemia caused by lack of insulin production where as diabetes type 2 causes hyperglycemia due to the normal levels of insulin not being able to be used.

Developing A Cure

In my diabetes cure, I resolve this by removing all or as many causes of insulin resistance (diabetes type 2) and all the causes of the lowered or non-existent insulin levels (diabetes type 1).

There are many substances that cause insulin resistance inside foods that many are not aware of. This includes the medical establishment. Without knowing this a diabetes cure cannot be created.

High fructose corn syrup and monosodium glutamate are two of several examples.

These two substances are often not listed by their name but are in many foods that are sold and eaten. Also, they are both in foods that we would not think they would be in. Gatorade, for example, is sweetened with high fructose corn syrup. High fructose corn syrup is what has replaced sugar in almost all processed products.

Monosodium glutamate is also in many packaged foods but under different names such as: Gelatin, Calcium Caseinate, Hydrolyzed Vegetable Protein (HVP), Textured Protein, Monopotassium glutamate, Hydrolyzed Plant Protein (HPP), Yeast Extract Glutamate, Autolyzed Plant Protein, Yeast food or nutrient, Glutamic Acid Sodium, Caseinate Autolyzed Yeast, Vegetable Protein Extract, Senomyx (wheat extract labeled as artificial flavor).

There is also a substance called Alloxan. This is a chemical byproduct that is created when flour is bleached. Alloxan is also a chemical used in laboratories to inject into mice to MAKE THEM DIABETIC. Alloxan causes insulin resistance and enough of it causes diabetes. This is how diabetes is studied – alloxan is injected into mice, they become diabetic and then they are studied.

In the supermarkets and many common foods available, you can guarantee that all white colored flour in foods is chemically bleached flour that also contains alloxan. This is white bread, doughnuts, bagels, starchy pastries, and the many different varieties of snacks out there.

These are just an example of the hidden substances in society that contribute to diabetes. Taking these out of the diet and the environment will be part of a diabetes cure.

Correct Exercise

There is also the factor of exercise. Doctors will tell people to exercise. But, that’s all they say. You often are not sure what kind of exercise to do.

What I found is there are types and kinds of exercise that can exacerbate the diabetic condition. I developed simple indexes and indicators to show whether an exercise is helpful for reversing the diabetic condition or making it worse.

A diabetic cure has to show you how to sift through the vast array of exercises to find what is going to assist a diabetic cure.

A Cure Is Available

Long story short, there is much more to diabetes than what is popularly discussed and known. As one of the main KILLERS of Americans, I am dedicating more and more of my time, coaching and writing for a diabetes cure.

A diabetes cure is something that reverses or alleviates the problems with insulin and not to cope with it.

There IS a way to reverse or dramatically alleviate diabetes.