When sugar becomes trapped and begins to increase in the bloodstream, eating sugar can cause big problems. Not having enough glucose reaching the cells and organs of the body can also cause problems. If the heart cells run out of glucose, heart failure occurs. If the kidney cells run out of glucose, kidney failure occurs. If the eyes don’t get their glucose, eyesight will fail. If the brain cells don’t get enough glucose, Alzheimers disease may result. By not receiving enough glucose, the body begins to crave food, esp sugars, sweets and starchy food etc.
At the beginning stages of Type 2 diabetes, the pancreas tries to respond to the increasing congestion of the blood vessel walls by secreting extra large amounts of insulin. By constantly producing large amounts of insulin, the cells become even further resistant to insulin.
Eventually through the intricate hormonal feedback mechanisms and enzyme signals, the pancreas recognises both the increase in blood sugar levels and the shortage of cellular sugar, proteins and fatty acids.
When the basal membranes of blood capillaries supplying the pancreas with nutrients become congested with protein fiber, insulin production and other important functions, such as the production of digestive enzymes, become suppressed. The same occurs when stones in the bile ducts of the liver and gallbladder drastically reduce bile secretion. In an increasing number of individuals, bile sludge consisting of small cholesterol stones enter the common bile duct and gets caught up in the Ampulla of Vater. If bile flow is restricted, not all of the enzymes dispatched by the pancreas are activated.
So what to do?
There are plenty of natural things that can replace the insulin injection. Just one teaspoon of cinnamon per day can balance blood sugar. Tumeric is an amazing spice with a similar effect.
Broccoli and other vegetables, as well as regular exposure to the sun (vitamin D) have wonderful blood sugar regulating effects than potentially dangerous insulin injections.
Cleansing the liver stones (gallstones are a leading cause of diabetes) eating a balanced diet and living a balanced lifestyle are effective in restoring normal body functions than just trying to fix one symptom of the dis -ease.
It’s an opportunity to put the ‘sweetness’ back into your cells and thus into your life.
Cleansing of the main organs of elimination (liver, kidneys and colon) is essential for reversing diabetes of both types.
While recovering, try to monitor blood sugar manually. Also avoid alcohol until blood sugar stabilises in the normal range. The same applies to caffeine as well as other stimulants. Stimulants such as caffeine and nicotine prompt the liver to release sugar into the blood stream. Becoming diabetic can make your lifestyle much more limited and complicated than following these simple suggestions.