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Myth Diabetes No. 2 - There is no cure for diabetes

by Douglas E. Summers 10 months ago in fact or fiction

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You may have heard it when it was said: "There is no cure for diabetes". You may have been involved in researching medicine. I've also heard, "If someone says you have diabetes, do the opposite!" But this is not true. Many diabetes cases can be completely reversed and include permanent remission. Is that a cure? Read it and you will tell me.

You know there are two types of diabetes: Type 1 and Type 2. The one thing that Type 1 and Type 2 have in common is that they cause high blood sugar and problems. But the theme is different. Knowing that if the subject is different, the treatment will change because the subject needs to be revived rather than symbolically.

When you talk about the symptoms of diabetes or the treatment of those symptoms, it is important to talk about "diabetes" because all of these symptoms are caused by high blood sugar. both types.

But if you talk about cure, there is no point in talking about "diabetes medicine" because there are two different causes of diabetes. It is necessary to talk about "cure Type 1 diabetes" and "cure Type 2 diabetes". So, for the rest of this post, I will be talking about Type 1 or Type 2 rather than “diabetes”.

Type 1 a.k.a. "Teen diabetes"

The cause of Type 1 damage is or damage to your national attack systems. Most of these can affect your body’s autoimmune responses until your own immune system attacks the small island cells. It is not yet known why this autoimmune response occurs.

Island cameras monitor blood sugar levels and release insulin as sugar levels rise. Insulin is a hormone that affects the rest of your body - especially your muscles, liver and fat. During insulin some cells take up sugar in your bloodstream and lower your blood sugar to normal levels. This is the main function that your body uses to control blood sugar.

The acid consumes sugar, which if not needed for energy, is stored as glycogen in the muscles and liver, and fat in oily skin.

Therefore, when the island cells do not produce insulin, the sugar stays in the blood of the hungry muscles and you can see muscle wasting and fat loss In other words, if not cured, a person with type 1 diabetes becomes thin and left untreated and dies. When I was a student twenty years ago, type 1 diabetes was simply referred to as ‘adolescent diabetes’ because it was found in children or young adults - not adults.

Remedy by injecting insulin to make your skin less oily. This is a healing medicine. This is not a cure, because people need to be vaccinated to have a longer shelf life of insulin.

So there is no cure for Type 1 even though it can be managed well with low insulin (sometimes not there yet - see below) if you make the right choices. However, Type 1 alone accounts for only 5–10% of all diabetes cases.

Type 2 a.k.a. "Start-up start"

Although the results of Type 2 - high blood sugar - are similar - the subject matter is different. Type 2 due to high carbohydrate intake over the years is associated with physical activity. Carbohydrates (sugar and starch) make your blood sugar. To overcome that sugar, your small island skin makes the insulin as I explained above and the sugar is released by your fat, liver and muscle oils.

But too much carbohydrates for too long will eventually fill your free fat, liver and muscles. They begin to pay attention to insulin resistance. As your blood sugar cannot rise to a higher level without harm, the immune system will work harder. Initially the fat, liver and muscles will listen to more powerful information but if this cycle is repeated, more insulin is needed to get the same results so that fat is not lost.

As time goes on, your small island changes will consume this devastating change. They are not able to produce enough insulin all the time, so they consume and stop producing insulin. This is when Type 2 depends on insulin.

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