Diabetes. The word that spikes fear in the heart of any adult. And many children. It’s just one of the more modern diseases that have people living a terrifying waiting game – and rightfully so.
Around 1 in 10 people now suffer diabetes and the numbers are rising every year.
There is an increasing number of types of diabetes but the most common kind are Type I and Type II – meaning you are ‘born’ with diabetes or you develop it through lifestyle, environment, infection or genetic predisposition (1). There is an alarming number of ‘rare’ type cases appearing – mostly after certain medical treatments, however the ’cause’ is supposedly still not known (2). What if I told you that your hormones have more to do with especially Type II diabetes than random chance?
There is no doubt that most Type I cases have their onset soon after multiple vaccines (3). Or in cases where the mother was vaccinated during pregnancy or immediately prior to falling pregnant . This also includes gestational diabetes – usually diet related or thanks to vaccine injury (4). There is also no shortage of studies and medication side effect warnings linking previously relatively healthy individuals with pancreatic injury – ie type 2 diabetes.
Research linking Type I diabetes to vaccine injury –
“In 1992, 180 European doctors jointly noted that the mumps vaccine “can trigger diabetes which only becomes apparent months after vaccination.”
Albionico et al, JAM 192;9(1) – read this urgent information here
Type II cases have their onset after many years of warnings – usually after years of poor eating habits –
- Increased thirst
- Increased hunger (especially after eating)
- Dry mouth
- Frequent urination
- Unexplained weightloss (even though you are eating and feel hungry)
- Fatigue (weak, tired feeling)
- Blurred vision
- Loss of consciousness (rare)
We are told that diabetes can affect anyone, that there is no cure, that diet has nothing to do with it (other than eating carbs at the right time), that it only affects the obese – this is simply not true. The causes are known, and the mere fact that diabetes ‘management’ includes eating foods that ensure ongoing sugar/insulin triggers ensures that sufferers have no chance of cure (5). The simple truth is, diabetes happens extremely rarely in the unvaccinated (6). There surely is a warning bell there for researchers? Apparently not.
Unfortunately the longer one lives with Type I the more difficult it is to treat, but not always impossible. If you are affected by Type I, I recommend including a visit to a homœopath, a chiropractor and an acupuncturist in your treatment path to determine if they have any protocols which may help turn your life and health around. Sadly most medical experts will dismiss these protocols out of sheer ignorance rather than give their patient hope. (7) (8) (9)
But this is not a lesson in what diabetes actually is. It’s also not a research paper. I simply want to share what I have found clinically and personally in research – and what I have seen turn diabetes around.
- Firstly, all attempts at dealing with all forms of diabetes diet MUST be the most important, number one step. Dr Robert Young has written the definitive work on diet based treatment and you can either read here or buy his book here
Movement – this is vital. Many suffering Type II live sedentary lives, even if they go to work. Life often revolves around eating and allowing blood to pool in the limbs. If you are unable to move (paralysis, surgery, etc) ensure you have physiotherapy, hydrotherapy, massage etc – anything to keep your blood and nerves healthy.
- Remove toxic chemicals from your household – this includes cleaning, personal care, dental care, cosmetics and hair care. Watch more on the facts on this short video – and find pure, vegan, ethical and non toxic options here
- Supplements – there are many available, which most people have no idea about –
- Balancing hormones – this is vital as the endocrine system is inextricably involved – whether male or female, teen or adult, you need to use this cream – 21 days out of the month if you are a female or every day if you are a male – see here – (10)
- Replacing sugar – stevia is now available everywhere – it is actually a pancreatic tonic, able to repair the organ at the centre of diabetes – more info here – (11)
- Colloidal minerals – repair at a cellular level – see here – the chromium and vanadium content especially have positive effects on diabetes
- Cinnamon has been found to have many benefits on diabetic health, including reducing the need for insulin or other pharmaceutical medication – see here – (12)
- Gymnema sylvestre is one of the many amazing herbals available – see here – (13)
The benefits include –
- blocking tastebuds from tasting sugar/sweet
- weight control
- sugar blocking
There is so much involved in diabetic decline, yet if the individual is pro active, these issues can often be avoided. Make no mistake, it is an industry rather than a service. And it depends on people staying diabetic. I understand enough fear has been planted, but there is always an alternative, always hope.
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