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1. Message of AIA 2
2. Regularization in Glucose 2
3. Disruption of sugar metabolism following the use of external insulin 4
4. Anecdote 4


1. Message from AIA

Does the treatment of diabetes go against scientific knowledge?

It has been observed that the number of deaths among diabetics treated and monitored increases, rather than decreases with the number of treatments.

American Iatrogenic Association (AIA) is an association that focuses on errors in medical procedures that result in a high percentage of deaths.
44,000 to 98,000 cases of death per year from hospitalized treated patients have been reported, costing 29 billions in U.S. America.

Excessive doses of drugs leading to death in tuberculosis patients.

Stomach pain is only relieved by analgesics, but not treated to stop HP (Helicobacter Pylori), which leads to stomach cancer.

Too many investigations, examinations, advanced analyses... will exhaust, and shake the morale of patients favoring the installation of diseases...

Excessively high mortality rate among the 200,000 American veterans treated for diabetes.

AIA has reported to the American Diabetes Association and the American Society of Clinical Endocrinologists that the diabetes criteria of 110 mg/dL should be modified in hospitals. An agreement has been established that henceforth the criterion would be 180 mg/dL, but currently medical practice has not applied this agreement, due to lack of specific regulations, socio-economic factors, patent rights of pharmaceutical companies....

2. Regularization in glucose
Glycoregularization (regularization in glucose) is a mechanism by which the body regulates the sugar level: produce sugar if there is a lack of sugar supply, and eliminate to the outside if there is excess of sugar.

Glycoregularization is achieved through the use of several different metabolic pathways, resulting in the assimilation, production, and delivery of glucose necessary for the proper functioning of organs and viscera.

The principle of the 5 Elements will illustrate the regularization in glucose.
Wood (liver) feeds the Fire (heart) with sugar, according to the cycle of generation, in case there is excess sugar in the heart, instead of still feeding the heart, the liver will dominate the Earth (spleen-pancreas), according to the cycle of domination, to put it in a situation of emptiness, which will draw the excess sugar from the heart (heart feeds rate-pancreas).

Each 3 consecutive Elements form a glycoregularization triangle:
1-Wood-Fire-Earth, 2-Fire-Earth-Metal; 3-Earth-Metal-Water; 4-Metal-Water-Wood; 5-Water-Wood-Fire.

Generation cycle (outer circle of the diagram) Wood feeds Fire; Fire feeds Earth; Earth feeds Metal; Metal feeds Water; Water feeds Wood.

Cycle of domination (arrows inside the diagram) Wood dominates Earth; Earth dominates Water; Water dominates Fire; Fire dominates Metal; Metal dominates Wood.

Recent scientific research stipulates that the body must have a total of 180g of glucose to function properly, of which 144g is reserved for the brain and nervous system, 36g for the heart. The 180g of glucose available in the body must come from the processing of food, beverages... from various sources.

Each Element: Wood-Fire-Earth-Metal-Water, first takes the amount of sugar for its own functioning, then assimilates the sugar from the food, produces other sugar and then releases it into the bloodstream. The liver accounts for 45% of the total amount of sugar in the body, and the kidneys for 10%.

Excess sugar is converted into glycogen and fat, to be kept in reserve in the liver, extra excess of sugar is eliminated in the urine.

In case of sugar deficiency, the liver converts the glycogen back into sugar, and then the fat into sugar.
Recently it has been found that people whose bodies do not produce enough insulin, yet do not have high blood sugar levels. The reason is that these people regularly exercise, which has consumed sugar.

Physical exercise is also involved in glycoregularization.

3. Disruption of sugar metabolism following the use of external insulin
External insulin does not bring sugar into the cells, but directs sugar to the liver to be transformed into glycogen and fat. Blood sugar levels will drop, but the cells are not fed with sugar, and would become non-functional.

To keep itself alive, the body will take sugar from: fat giving weight loss, muscle giving muscle wasting, bone giving osteoporosis, memory loss. It is the sugar in the bones that provides glutamate for the proper functioning of the brain. The lack of sugar in the brain will lead to Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, Autism’s diseases.

It is the sugar taken from different parts of the body that keeps blood sugar high even if you take insulin.

All sugars released from the liver's reserves are back-up sugars and do not provide energy or heat, in addition these are sugars with an acid pH, promoting the development of cancer.

External insulin does not allow the conversion of glycogen and fat into sugar, so the liver would be swollen. The liver will remove excess fat by degrading them. One fat degradation product is acetone. The person will then release the smell of acetone in his or her breath. The liver, severely damaged, will become cancerous.

Excess sugar from cereals, wheat, pasta..... would be converted into starch that will block the kidney glomeruli, making kidney filtration mandatory.

4. Anecdote
In his youth, during military training and martial arts, Master Do consumed 500 g of sugar per day over a long period of time, without ever being diabetic either in the past or in the present.
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