(2b)Knowing the cause of diabetes will dispel diabetes phob

(2b)Knowing the cause of diabetes will dispel diabetes phob

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Knowing the cause of diabetes will dispel diabetes phobia (Part 2 bis) 2
1. Cell Structure 2
2. Metabolism of sugar 2
3. Causes of diabetes 3
4. The digestive system 4
5. Treatment of diabetes 4
6. Stabilizing the glycemia 4

Knowing the cause of diabetes will dispel diabetes phobia (Part 2 bis)

1. Cell Structure
Each cell consists of a cell body called cytoplasm, and is individually bounded by a cell membrane. Within the cell, there is a nucleus containing the genetic material (ADN) which insures an identical duplication of the cell, a Golgi apparatus insuring the triage and the transfert of molecules, site of glycoprotein synthesis, and a reticulum endoplasmic, site of proteosynthesis.

The 4 essential ingredients for cell life and function are: glucid, lipid, protein, and oxygen.

The cell needs the oxygen to produce the energy.

Glucose+ lipid = glycolipid, important for the production of the cellular membrane. Without a cell membrane, the cells stick together, die and become cancerous.

Glucose + protein = glycoprotein, essential for the production of the blood.

Glucose is essential for cell life, the long-term lack of one of the ingredients like glucose will lead to the disfunction, the change of the cell morphology, the death of the cell, giving thus the cancer.

2. Metabolism of sugar
Once inside the body, the sugar will re-supply the amount of sugar already used, to allow contraction movements of the organs and viscera: heartbeat, muscle contraction, kneading of the stomach, peristalsis of the intestines, constriction and loosening of the liver, kidney, bladder....The insulin secreted by the pancreas will promote the entry of the glucose into all cells, the excess of sugar will remain in the circulating blood.

After ensuring the entry of sugar in all cells, the pancreas will proceed to the sugar equilibrum. Beta cells in the pancreas will continue to secrete insulin to direct the excess of blood sugar to the liver to be converted in glycogen and fat. Insulin of external origin (biosynthetic or animal origin) will not promote the entry of the sugar into the cells, but only direct the sugar to the liver to be stored as reserve. Once the liver's spare capacity for glycogen and fat is saturated, the excess sugar will remain in the bloodstream.

This is the reason why the glycemia still remains high, even the person has taken the insulin. Many other disorders or diseases of different natures will appear besause the cells have not been supplied with sugar, although the measured glycemia remains high. Only a part of the excess sugar in the circulating blood can be eliminated via the urine, when the blood glucose is greater than 180 mg / dL of the HbA1c test.
On the other hand, in case of lack of sugar, the Alpha cells of the pancreas will secrete glucagon, so that the liver can release sugar from its reserve of sugar, glycogen, and then its reserve of fat.

3. Causes of diabetes
Stopping the functioning of the pancreas would certainly lead to diabetes. The lack or occasionnally lack of functional insulin secreted by the pancreas, within the same organism, is also the cause of the diabetes. There are different cases.
Diabetes type1 : no production of insulin
Diabetes type 2 : insufficient production of insulin
Diabetes type 3 : pseudo diabetes : random production of insulin

In all cases, the lack or absence of the functionnal insulin leads to diabetes. Only the insulin secreted by the pancreas can promote the entry of sugar into the cells, and also carry the sugar to the liver to be stored as glycogen and fat. Insulin of external origin (biosynthetic or animal source) cannot promote the entry of sugar into the celles, but only directs sugar to the liver to be stocked in reserve.

Imposed diabetes :
Low glycemia. Under the pretext of preventing diabetes, western medicine has established, as a criterion of diabetes, an abnormally low glucose level of 126 mg/dL, by a permanent medication and a diet without sugar, regardless of the needs of the body. Without having sugar, the cells will stop to function, will die, thus gradually leading to cancer.

HbA1c diabetes test. The criterion is 180 mg/dL of sugar measured in the hemoglobin of red blood cells. A person with a value greater than 180 mg / dL is considered diabetic. As the red cells are renewed every 3 months, this criterion would be erased every 3 months. Depending on daily activities and eating habits, a person with diabetes would no longer be, during the exam 30 days later and vice versa.

Is considered as diabetic any person who meets one of the following two criteria: 1) a glycemia level greater than 126 mg/dL on the glucometer or 2) a glycemia level above 180 mg/dL on the HbA1c test.

During the same day, blood glucose levels vary with diet and activity. It is normal for blood glucose levels to fluctuate from 100 mg/dL to 300 mg/dL( from 6.0 mmol/L to 16.0 mmol/L) during the same day.

In such situation, many healthy persons would become diabetic and would be on erroneous medication because of the low criterion of glycemia. The prolonged abuse of insulin from external sources will lead to premature cell aging, exacerbated by external factors such as atmosphere, industrial release and smoke, food, beverages.....The warning signs of early aging of the peripheral nervous system are: numbness, tactile and/or thermal insensitivity, and pain at the ends of the fingers and toes.
4. The digestive system
The stomach receives food, transforms it into nutrients, or nutritious liquid that is routed to the small intestine. The liquid is absorbed through the wall of the small intestine, will be transformed into blood, for the blood circulation. The blood will be filtered through the kidneys, then through the liver, before arriving to the heart, then to receive oxygen in the lungs, and finally to become nourishing blood for the whole body, via the bloodstream.
The viscous residue of the nutrient in the small intestine will be routed to the large intestine to be converted in stools and urine.

The whole processing chain requires glucose that will give heat to the stomach to “cook” food and energy for the contraction movements and peristalsis of the viscera and organs to complete the food processing cycle.

The lack of sugar does not allow the stomach to “cook” and to knead the food in nutrient, so that there are some non digested pieces of food in the stools. The body therefore receives no energy nor blood from the diet.

The lack of functional insulin secreted by the pancreas will also lead to early cellular aging, because the digestive system cannot transform the food into energy and blood. Malnourished cells will stop to function, get an early aging and then die.

5. Treatment of diabetes
• Cutting any consumption containing sugar seems to be utopic
• Cut the sugar by using external insulin, this insulin generated many undesirable side effects.
• Incorporate natural insulin by eating the bitter melon. It is much simpler, and no one needs to follow any particular sugar-free diet

The bitter melon will promote the production of insulin by the pancreas. In any case, the bitter melon should not be consumed at the same time as antidiabetics. The synergistic effect of the antidiabetic agents and the bitter melon will drastically decrease the glycemia. Natural insulin from bitter melon can also be obtained in tablet form. The advantage is, by knowing the content of the tablet, we can establish a posology according to each person’s need, to stabilize the glycemia.

6. Stabilizing the glycemia
During the same day, blood glucose levels (glycemia) vary according to diet and activity. It is normal that in the same day, the glycemia fluctuates from 100 mg/dL to 300 mg/dL (6.0 mmol/L to 16.0 mmol/L).

There is no radical treatment of the diabetes, unless we stop eating completely.

Treating diabetes means stabilizing glycemia, so that there are no exagerated differences between the periods of hyperglycemia and hypoglycemia, ie, from 179 mg/dL to 100 mg/dL. This is the desirable range of glycemia.

A glycemia lower than 70 mg/dL indicates a pre cancer situation.

Procedure for taking measurements:
• Before meals, measure the glycemia and the blood pressures on both arms
• Two hours after meals, measure the glycemia and the blood pressures on both arms.

The blood pressures allow to know the functioning of the digestive system and the glycemia to follow the metabolism of the sugar. It would be great if we could add another 2 blood glucose measurements, one at wake up in the morning and one before going to bed at night.

Doing so, we would have all the necessary informations to be able to stabilize the glycemia according to the 3 principles:
Alimentation-Energy-Mental. We can now adjust these 3 principles to stay in the desirable range of glycemia.

The 4 following antioxidants prevent the early aging :
Green tea- Spirulina- Morus Alba- Moringa

The iron (Fe) is needed in the formation of the hemoglobin.

The vitamin B1 avoids the inflammation of the distal nerve endings.

The Zinz (Zn) and the Chrome (Cr) allow the pro insulin made in the pancreas to be completely functionnal. Without Zn and Cr, the insulin secreted by the pancreas would not be functional.

The bitter melon, fresh or in tablets, is a natural and vegetal insulin.

All supplements mentioned above are on sale in pharmacies or in natural products stores, in the form of drinkable ampoules or tablets.

To stabilize glycemia without medication, after meals take: - bitter melon- green tea- spirulina, provided you follow all the procedures for taking measurements of glycemia and blood pressures, as described above. Taking other ingredients based on individual needs.

The following situations contribute to the installation of diabetes:
1. Lack of functionnal sugar.
2. Lack of functionnal or natural insulin.
3. Alteration of the metabolism of sugar.
4. Alteration of the metabolism of fat.
5. Alteration of the peripheric nervous system.
6. Emotional disturbances.
7. Effect of the oxydants from the surroundings.
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