Diabetes – metformin – insulin THE FAKE SCIENCE 4

Overweight woman eating fast food.

As we continue debunking the fake science of medicine in regards to the fortune that doctors and the pharmaceutical industry are making on the account of the human suffering through the perpetual never-ending system of permanent medication, diabetes is the jewel.

I would estimate that more than 90% of the diabetes is caused by the insulin resistance. Only very small percentage of diabetes is caused by the actual destruction of the pancreas and although it has not been “scientifically” proven, from my experience the damage was done by the new versions of a strong antibiotic overuse in children. I am sure that the same can happen to adults as well.

Is there really any difference between diabetes 1 and diabetes 2?

As I had mentioned, in most cases there is no difference at all. Diabetes 1, is just a severe version of diabetes 2.

If you notice that you are becoming thirsty more than usual and that you urinate a lot, this could be the first sign of elevated sugar in your blood.

After analysing your blood sugar, if elevated level of sugar is encountered, doctors will diagnose you with diabetes.

If the level of sugar is just elevated doctors will prescribe poisons that inhibit (suppress) the glucose production in your body. If the pill you have been given is satisfactorily controlling the level of your blood sugar by suppressing its production, you will be prescribed this pills and use them as long as they do their job. Eventually, the pills will fail and the doctor will put you on insulin. Now you will stay on the insulin to the end of your life as your body continues to decay. Your blood circulation will become compromised, you will lose sexual appetite and if you are a male you will become impotent, you will start losing your eyesight and most likely develop a foot gangrene. An amputation will follow. Probably the first thing to be taken away from you are your toes, then foot then the leg. Soon after the other leg will go as well and then your life.

The proud doctor who was in charge of your health will make sure that you know how he was able to extend your life and did the best in given situation but: did he???

close up of patient and doctor taking notes. vivid tone on sunset.

This is a million dollar question and the billion dollar answer is BULSHIT.

Excuse me for being harsh but in this situation of lie and deceit, this is the most appropriate term.

Why do I say a lie and a deceit?

The doctor never made an attempt to heal your body. All he did was to drug you with poisons that eventually after many years of suffering, cost you your life.

Let me walk you through the process in as a simple way as possible.

Once we start ingesting dietary (cooked or processed) carbohydrates, glucose becomes available for absorption and enters the blood.

Our body cannot explain how did the glucose found itself in the blood. Normally a stress is necessary for this to happen since the stress hormones are necessary to break the glucose – protein connection within the glycogen to release the glucose and make it available as an energy source.

Now as elevated levels of glucose are circulating in the blood pancreas is commissioned to produce extra insulin and release it into the blood. Without this insulin, our cells will not allow the glucose to enter and they would not use it as the fuel. Unfortunately, the insulin is an irritant and through the irritation forces the cells of our body to accept the glucose.

As we eat dietary carbohydrates daily, we are overproducing the insulin daily and our cells do not like it. The increased production of insulin stimulates increased production of the GLUT. GLUT is the sugar-transporting mechanism. As the levels of GLUT increase so does increase the sugar absorption and more and more sugar (glucose and fructose) finds its way into the blood.

Little by little the amount of the sugar becomes too high for the cells to burn so the liver starts to convert it into a fat, triglyceride.

As the levels of the absorbed glucose and fructose continue to increase the liver’s fat production exceeds the rate of the triglyceride release and deposition into the adipose tissue. This is the reason why the liver becomes loaded with fat. We call this a fatty liver syndrome.

As the levels of blood insulin rise so does the cellular irritation. To protect themselves from the insulin irritation the cells demand increased levels of cholesterol which they need so that they can thicken their membranes and protect themselves from the irritating insulin.

In time the cellular membrane becomes so thick that even the maximal levels of insulin that the body can produce are not strong enough to irritate the cells an force them to accept the glucose.

The blood level of sugar rises above the allowable limit and diuretic effect is put into the motion.

We start urinating the sugar out of our body. For this process, a lot of water is needed so our blood becomes dehydrated and we feel dry and thirsty.

The elevated levels of sugar can be found in the blood exam.

Diabetes Mellitus 2 was born.

Here I had explained several problems that occur because we ingest dietary glucose. You can clearly see that diabetes does not trigger circulatory problems and does not cause the fatty liver syndrome. They all come at the same time as the result of the wrong diet.

Here also you can clearly see that the heroic doctor did nothing to help the body.

Personalized Insulin Vials

By giving a poison it prevented you from using the good sugar your body makes and forces you to accept the toxic glucose from plants which should never find itself in your body, to begin with.

As your “savior” prescribes you the poison that prevents you from synthesizing glucose he instructs you to make sure that you eat a small amount of dietary carbohydrates through several meals daily.

It is just a matter of time when the cellular resistance to insulin surpasses the production capabilities of your pancreas and the diabetes Mellitus 1 is born.

Now the inhibition of glucose production is not sufficient and insulin has to be injected since the only elevated amount of insulin can breach the cellular resistance to insulin.

Ever increasing levels of insulin create increasing cellular demand for the cholesterol as the cells continue to make their membranes denser. Now even water has difficulty to enter the cell and the blood circulation becomes more and more compromised as the blood vessels stiffen.

Not only the blood vessels become affected. All cells of our body will experience this problem including our eyes and nerves. This means that the brain will show difficulties in hormone creation and its function overall will be compromised.

So, in which way did your good doctor help you exactly?

All that your doctor had to do is to instruct you not to eat dietary carbohydrates. By him failing to do so, he compromised your health and put your life in danger.

Instead, as the real culprit the glucose, is allowed to continue to invade your blood, your entire body is suffering. Doctors are cashing in by selling tons of medicinal poisons, the pharmaceutical industry is getting rich and we the people are paying for it with our hard earned money and life.

Diabetes is not a disease. It is a state of toxicity caused by glucose from the dietary carbohydrates and sugars. Doctors are allowing for this poisoning to continue while telling you how it is impossible to cure diabetes and daily consumption of toxic drugs and insulin is necessary to control it.

This is the ultimate fake science we are dearly paying for not just with our hard earned cash but also with our lives as the end result of the doctor’s care is certain death.

So if you have elevated sugar or diabetes 1 and 2, do not fall for the doctors narrative. You can easily heal but not by following the instruction of the certified health “expert” we call the doctor.

Follow “The Self Healers Protocol” or give me a shout and I will lead you to health.

Love and light to us all.

.

Feb12s

Winter Squash & Red Bean Mole

This is an another amazing vegetarian chili variation. Hearty too. It was especially wonderful for me as well because it incorporated a lot of flavors typically used in a traditional Mexican mole, one of my absolute loves. This recipe was adapted from The Moosewood Restaurant Table: 250 Brand-New Recipes from the Natural Foods Restaurant that … Continue reading

My First Clothing Swap

Have you ever looked at your closet exasperated and just said “UGHHHHHH!!”

Have you ever tried closing your dresser drawers only to have to shove a bunch of stuff down to get them closed?

This happens to me in cycles. I clean out my clothes, donate, and organize, only for several months later having to do it all over again. It is exhausting!

When I saw that the Sugar Beet Food Co-op was hosting a clothing swap, I was immediately on board.

clothingswap3

I tore apart my closet and dresser, pulling out everything that barely got worn, or no longer fit right. I had already had a pile of clothes that still were at my parents’ house, including multiple pairs of jeans I will never fit into again (sad day).  With the bags of clothes piled into the back of my car and I headed to Sugar Beet.

Upon arrival, we were instructed to sort our clothing by category onto tables.

clothingswap1

After everyone had laid out their pieces, we were then able to browse and pick anything that caught our eye (and was our size). My intention of attending the swap was not to get new clothes, it was more to offload what I had accumulated over the years.

The whole experience was neat because I was able to see other people pick up my articles of clothing and be excited about them. That was much more fulfilling than dropping off a bag of clothes at a donation center. I loved knowing that my pieces were exactly what someone else was looking for. Even so, not everything was picked up, so what was left was donated.

I did leave with one article of clothing though. It was a knit vest and it is so cozy warm that I have worn it for the last two days.

 

clothingswap2

The only thing I allowed myself to take home from the swap! 

With my resolution of reducing my clothing purchases this year, hopefully, I won’t need to be attending too many more swaps!

 

Blogging Gals I’m Binge-Reading In January!

We all love the blogging world, and it loves us back. Every month I am going to share with you, the blogs I’m reading, and why it has been added my blogroll. SWC knows the work that goes behind each blog post. It takes time, confidence, courage, and guts. Blogging is a full-time job, and we are not afraid to own it! Kudos to those able to make a living out of it, and to those using a blogging platform to share ideas, and simply talk. We see you! We love you!

Ready To Binge-Read? You’re In Good Company With These Gals!

(In no particular order — you’re all amazing):


Sarah Price of sarahaprice.com

Gabriella Valladares of bygabriella.co

Caro of simplementcaro.com

Katherine McDermott of slightlysavvy.com

Amber St-Peter of good-saint.com

Have a blog, or know of someone you think we’d dig? Let me know in the comments!! 👩‍💻

-xoswc

Environmental Protection Announces Grants to Clean up Illegal Open Dumps in 20 Kentucky Counties

FRANKFORT, Ky. (Jan. 16, 2018) – Energy and Environment Secretary Charles Snavely announced today approximately $1.5 million in grant funding has been awarded for the cleanup of 108 illegal dumps in 20 counties across the Commonwealth. “This grant program has been very successful in helping counties clean up their communities, but Illegal dumping is still a problem …

Continue reading Environmental Protection Announces Grants to Clean up Illegal Open Dumps in 20 Kentucky Counties

Division of Compliance Assistance Director Appointed to New Post in Dept. for Natural Resources

E. Paulette Akers has been appointed Director of the Kentucky Division of Conservation in the Kentucky Department for Natural Resources (DNR). “Paulette has shown strong leadership wherever she has served in the Cabinet,” said Charles Snavely, Secretary of the Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet. “We are delighted that she will now lead a team providing …

Continue reading Division of Compliance Assistance Director Appointed to New Post in Dept. for Natural Resources

Bet on bats to find white-nose syndrome

Michelle Verant discusses new research around the early detection and management of white-nose syndrome. The full article, Determinants of Pseudogymnoascus destructans within bat hibernacula: implications for surveillance and management of white-nose syndrome is available in Journal of Applied Ecology. Fungal diseases are on the rise and threatening human health and biodiversity on a global scale. […]