Wednesday, March 28, 2012


Common questions about diabetes.

What is the difference between Type I and Type II diabetes?
Type I diabetes is known is childhood diabetes, which was thought there to be no cure for until recently. Type II diabetes is known as adult onset diabetes, which is caused by what we eat. Science has proven that diabetes, both Type I and Type II, can be reversed. The key to this, from a scientific standpoint, is cholecalciferol (Vitamin D3).

What is the relationship between diet soda and diabetes?
People who consume diet colas daily are 67% more likely to develop diabetes, and those who consume the most daily have an even higher risk (by 34%) than those consuming the least. More than one per day increases the risk of metabolic syndrome (pre-diabetes) by 56% as well as the risk of coronary artery disease and stroke.

How can insulin kill you?
As insulin levels rise, so does hypertension (high blood pressure). Magnesium in the body helps to relax muscles, but insulin resistance causes the magnesium to deplete from the body, constricting the blood vessels and raising blood pressure, decreasing energy levels. Insulin also causes sodium retention, which causes fluid retention, which cause high blood pressure, and leads to congestive heart failure. If hypertension is caused by sugar; if you normalize the sugar, the blood pressure is lowered.

Grains and sugars (fructose) breaks down into uric acid, which inhibits nitric oxide in blood vessels, decreasing the elasticity in blood vessels, increasing hypertension. The average person consumes over 70g of fructose per day, therefore, fructose causes high blood pressure. So they key is to avoid the fructose, which prevents excess insulin, and avoid depleting magnesium from the body to keep your blood pressure steady.

How can you avoid the need for insulin shots?
The easiest way is the avoid carbohydrates, since the body converts carbohydrates into sugar. The average person consumes 65 tsp of sugar per day, but the human body needs only 1 tsp of sugar per day. In order to counter the influx of sugar, the body produces insulin the in pancreas, and the liver releases it. Since insulin is a storage factor, when excess sugar in consumed, insulin stores that sugar as fat. Introducing alpha lipoid acids to the body helps to release the stored fat and convert it into energy, replacing the bad fats with essential fatty acids, which reduces the amount of insulin that needs to be produced in order to counter the sugar intake. This helps the body to lose weight and reduces the cravings for carbohydrates (since the cravings for carbohydrates comes from the consumption of carbohydrates). So avoiding sugar and carbohydrates and adding the correct essential oils helps you to lose weight, avoid further fat storage, and reduce the need for excess insulin (including insulin shots).

What can cinnamon and magnesium do for diabetes?
You know that consuming carbohydrates causes the production of excess insulin, which converts carbohydrates into sugar and stores it in the body as fat. When your body over-produces insulin, based on your carbohydrate consumption, it becomes diabetic.

Cinnamon helps your body to level off insulin levels and convert sugar into energy. Glycated hemoglobin is the substance formed when blood sugar (glucose) attaches to hemoglobin. In London, research studies have found that two grams (one half tsp) of cinnamon daily for 12 weeks significantly lowers diabetes indicators and blood pressure.

People with the highest magnesium levels are 50% less likely to have diabetes. As magnesium is increased, insulin resistance and inflammation decrease.

How can you completely reverse diabetes?
The reversal of diabetes is determinant on adding a few essential elements, which have been depleted from the body. The key to this, from a scientific standpoint, is cholecalciferol (Vitamin D3 in the proper form), chromium polynicotinate, and hydroxycitric acid, which help the body, and blood sugar, to normalize itself.

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