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    Type II Diabetes can be cured?

    Yes, this is true, Type II diabetes is now curable through a commonly done medical procedure called gastic bypass surgery.

    It turns out that it has been proven in both lab animals and humans that if the first 12 inches of the small intestine is bypassed Type II diabetes is permanetly cured. If the first 12 inches of the small intestine is restored, Type II diabetes will return. So there is something diabolically wrong with the first 12 inches of the small intestine and is the root cause of Type II diabetes.

    In Type II diabetics the first 12 inches of the small intestine is emitting some sort of protein, chemical or hormone that is causing insuline resistance in the cells, and when it is removed so is the Type II diabetes.

    http://www.ehow.com/way_5506236_duodenum-excision-cures-diabetes.html

    In Type II diabetics other body metabolisms are also restored when the first 12 inches of the small intestine is bypassed, like high cholesteral and high blood pressure are also restored to normal levels.

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    Re: Type II Diabetes can be cured?

    Quote Originally Posted by Gazza. View Post
    Here's another cure for type 2 Diabetes...
    1. Substitute MacDonalds and KFC with actual food.
    2. Eliminate fructose from your diet.
    3. Drink less alcohol and more water.
    4. Exercise daily.
    Simple, really!




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    That will not cure Type II Diabetes that will only treat the symptoms and minimize the side effects of Type II Diabetes.

    The latest research shows that obesity does not cause Diabetes, but instead the malfunctioning Duodenum is the root cause of both Type II Diabetes and Obesisity.

    http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-504803_162-57404033-10391709/new-study-weight-loss-surgery-may-cure-diabetes/

    In England and Europe it is now considered option number 1 to use Gastic Bypass of the Duodenum to cure Type II diabetes, but in America only the morbidly obese type II diabetics can get this surgery.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Gazza. View Post
    Here's another cure for type 2 Diabetes...
    1. Substitute MacDonalds and KFC with actual food.
    2. Eliminate fructose from your diet.
    3. Drink less alcohol and more water.
    4. Exercise daily.
    Simple, really!




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    When I was in High School I was 6 foot 1 inch and weighed 140 pounds, ran Track and Field and played interscalstic leage football. Yet I had Type II diabetic rashes on my feet and shinns and numbness in my thys. (all of which are Type II diabetic symptoms) And this was decades before I gained weight and was eventually diagnosed with Type II diabetes.

    So clearly obesity does not cause Type II diabetes, but instead the same thing that causes Diabetes eventually can cause obesity.

    More than 50% of Indians are vegetarians and they have the largest percentage of Diabetics in the world and the largest number of diabetics in the world. So even healthy eating can not and will not save you from diabetes.

    My sister-in-law has type II diabetes and is very thin and has been a vegetarian her entire life, she has always eaten healthy foods and exercised, and yet she still got Type II diabetes.

    Type II Diabetes is clearly caused by a malfunctioning organ called the Duodenum which is the first 12 inches of the small intestine.

    Research data says that the Duodenum is supposed to only absorb iron, but when it malfunctions it starts digesting protien incorrectly and introducing it into the blood and causing insuline resistance. Which is the basis for Type II diabetes.

    The small intestine is suppose to breakup protien into amino acids and only amino acids are supposed to be entering the blood, not plant or animal protiens. The only protiens in the human body should only be the protiens your cells construct using the amino acids.

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    Re: Type II Diabetes can be cured?

    Quote Originally Posted by edmund129 View Post
    When I was in High School I was 6 foot 1 inch and weighed 140 pounds, ran Track and Field and played interscalstic leage football. Yet I had Type II diabetic rashes on my feet and shinns and numbness in my thys. (all of which are Type II diabetic symptoms) And this was decades before I gained weight and was eventually diagnosed with Type II diabetes.

    So clearly obesity does not cause Type II diabetes, but instead the same thing that causes Diabetes eventually can cause obesity.

    More than 50% of Indians are vegetarians and they have the largest percentage of Diabetics in the world and the largest number of diabetics in the world. So even healthy eating can not and will not save you from diabetes.

    My sister-in-law has type II diabetes and is very thin and has been a vegetarian her entire life, she has always eaten healthy foods and exercised, and yet she still got Type II diabetes.

    Type II Diabetes is clearly caused by a malfunctioning organ called the Duodenum which is the first 12 inches of the small intestine.

    Research data says that the Duodenum is supposed to only absorb iron, but when it malfunctions it starts digesting protien incorrectly and introducing it into the blood and causing insuline resistance. Which is the basis for Type II diabetes.

    The small intestine is suppose to breakup protien into amino acids and only amino acids are supposed to be entering the blood, not plant or animal protiens. The only protiens in the human body should only be the protiens your cells construct using the amino acids.

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    Besides the small detail that much of the above makes no sense. Type II Diabetes also has 'genetic' causes. In other words, you are born with it. It has also been linked to things like a lack of sleep.

    Sources for my above statement;
    1.
    Shoback, edited by David G. Gardner, Dolores (2011). Greenspan's basic & clinical endocrinology (9th ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill Medical. pp. Chapter 17. ISBN 0-07-162243-8.

    2.
    Williams textbook of endocrinology. (12th ed.). Philadelphia: Elsevier/Saunders. pp. 1371–1435. ISBN 978-1-4377-0324-5.

    3.
    Ripsin CM, Kang H, Urban RJ (January 2009). "Management of blood glucose in type 2 diabetes mellitus". Am Fam Physician 79 (1): 29–36. PMID 19145963.

    4.
    Risérus U, Willett WC, Hu FB (January 2009). Progress in Lipid Research 48 (1): 44–51. "Dietary fats and prevention of type 2 diabetes" and ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

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    Touma, C; Pannain, S (2011 Aug). "Does lack of sleep cause diabetes?". Cleveland Clinic journal of medicine 78 (8): 549–58. PMID 21807927.

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    Herder, C; Roden, M (2011 Jun). "Genetics of type 2 diabetes: pathophysiologic and clinical relevance". European journal of clinical investigation 41 (6): 679–92. PMID 21198561.
    Ignorance more frequently begets confidence than does knowledge: it is those who know little, and not those who know much, who so positively assert that this or that problem will never be solved by science. -C. Darwin

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    Re: Type II Diabetes can be cured?

    Quote Originally Posted by nomaxim View Post
    Besides the small detail that much of the above makes no sense. Type II Diabetes also has 'genetic' causes. In other words, you are born with it. It has also been linked to things like a lack of sleep.

    Sources for my above statement;
    1.
    Shoback, edited by David G. Gardner, Dolores (2011). Greenspan's basic & clinical endocrinology (9th ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill Medical. pp. Chapter 17. ISBN 0-07-162243-8.

    2.
    Williams textbook of endocrinology. (12th ed.). Philadelphia: Elsevier/Saunders. pp. 1371–1435. ISBN 978-1-4377-0324-5.

    3.
    Ripsin CM, Kang H, Urban RJ (January 2009). "Management of blood glucose in type 2 diabetes mellitus". Am Fam Physician 79 (1): 29–36. PMID 19145963.

    4.
    Risérus U, Willett WC, Hu FB (January 2009). Progress in Lipid Research 48 (1): 44–51. "Dietary fats and prevention of type 2 diabetes" and ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

    5.
    Touma, C; Pannain, S (2011 Aug). "Does lack of sleep cause diabetes?". Cleveland Clinic journal of medicine 78 (8): 549–58. PMID 21807927.

    6.
    Herder, C; Roden, M (2011 Jun). "Genetics of type 2 diabetes: pathophysiologic and clinical relevance". European journal of clinical investigation 41 (6): 679–92. PMID 21198561.

    There is very likely a genetic component to the malfunctionging Duodenum, because not everyone gets Type II diabetes, and a vast majority of Type II diabetics are not over weight, many are, but most are not.

    A person with Type II diabetes can have it for many years or even many decades and never know they have it until some serious symptom makes them get tested for Type II diabetes.

    If your duodenum is going to malfunction, all the good eating and exercise will not cure you or prevent you from getting Type II diabetes, it will only minimize its effects and perhaps even hide it.

    Hiding Type II diabetes can be leathal, especially for women who might get pregnant. At the core of Type II diabetes is a massive cascade of harmone failures caused by the immature protiens produced by the duodenum. And pregnancy is the most harmonally intensive process the human body can go through. And if the harmones aren't working correctly, pregnancy can be a death sentence for a pregnant woman with Type II diabetes. Medical care is required immediately under these circumstances. Regardless of how healthy a life style the woman leeds, the type II diabetes in pregnance is very dangerous even with the most carefully planned diet and exercise programs.

    The only real permanent cure for Type II diabetes is bypassing the duodenum regardless if you are overweight or not. Diet and exercise will never prevent or cure Type II diabetes; only minimize its side effects.

    These are some of the things that Type II diabetes can cause, and will be cured if the duodenum bypass is used to cure Type II diabetes:

    1) Insuline Resistance

    2) High Cholesteral

    3) High Blood Pressure

    4) Authritus

    5) Psiriasis of the skin

    6) Poor blood circulation in the legs and feet.

    7) Numbness in the fingers and toes and other body extremities.

    8) Kidney damage

    9) Pregnancy Danger

    10) Sleep Apnea

    11) Low insuline production caused by Type II diabetes and the use of Insuline injections.

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    Re: Type II Diabetes can be cured?

    Here is a short description from the encylopedia on the duodenums connection to Type II diabetes:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Duodenum

    New studies have shown that around 80% of obese people who had gastric bypass surgery (bypassing the duodenum) were cured of their type 2 diabetes. However, the disappearance of their diabetes came long before the actual weight loss. When the same operation was performed on diabetic rats, they too were rid of their diabetes. However, when the operation was reversed in the animals, the diabetes returned. This shows that preventing food from entering the duodenum can have a dramatic impact on people suffering from type 2 diabetes.[5] According to a recent study, an even more effective method is the duodenal switch surgery.[6]

    It is most likely that one of the digestive additives produced by the duodenum on entry of food in to it (or a secondary product) is absorbed by the jejunum and ileum and spread into the body instead of passing through the digestive system. The presence of those chemicals causes the muscles to exhibit insulin resistance and ultimately type 2 diabetes. Identification of these chemicals may lead to a cure for type 2 diabetes.

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    Re: Type II Diabetes can be cured?

    Type II diabetes is now currable through surgery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nomaxim View Post
    Besides the small detail that much of the above makes no sense. Type II Diabetes also has 'genetic' causes. In other words, you are born with it. It has also been linked to things like a lack of sleep.

    Sources for my above statement;
    1.
    Shoback, edited by David G. Gardner, Dolores (2011). Greenspan's basic & clinical endocrinology (9th ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill Medical. pp. Chapter 17. ISBN 0-07-162243-8.

    2.
    Williams textbook of endocrinology. (12th ed.). Philadelphia: Elsevier/Saunders. pp. 1371–1435. ISBN 978-1-4377-0324-5.

    3.
    Ripsin CM, Kang H, Urban RJ (January 2009). "Management of blood glucose in type 2 diabetes mellitus". Am Fam Physician 79 (1): 29–36. PMID 19145963.

    4.
    Risérus U, Willett WC, Hu FB (January 2009). Progress in Lipid Research 48 (1): 44–51. "Dietary fats and prevention of type 2 diabetes" and ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

    5.
    Touma, C; Pannain, S (2011 Aug). "Does lack of sleep cause diabetes?". Cleveland Clinic journal of medicine 78 (8): 549–58. PMID 21807927.

    6.
    Herder, C; Roden, M (2011 Jun). "Genetics of type 2 diabetes: pathophysiologic and clinical relevance". European journal of clinical investigation 41 (6): 679–92. PMID 21198561.

    The lack of sleep, like Sleep Apnea, is caused by Type II diabetes, Sleep Apnea does not cause Type II diabetes.

    It has clearly been proven by Baractric Surgeons for 60 years now that it is the duodenum that is the root cause of type II diabetes. Everything else is a symptom of Type II diabetes.

    This has been proven in both Lab Animals and in humans. All other parts of the digestive systems have been removed or bypassed and it has no effect on Type II diabetes, only when the duodenum (the first 12 inches of the small intestine) is bypassed or removed is Type II diabetes completey and permanently cured.

    Even for diet controlled Type II diabetics, they still suffer from Hyper Cholestrolism, High Blood Pressure, Heart Desease, Alzhiemers and premature Menapause.

    Over weight Diabetics suffer from that plus kidney failure, lost limbs and appendages, blindness and premature death.

    Only 1/3 of all Type II diabetics are overweight and only 1% are obese.

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    Re: Type II Diabetes can be cured?

    Only 33% of Type II Diabetics are overweight and only 1% are obese. So if being overweight or obese is the least common denominator, how can it be the cause?

    Doctors in Chili have found another medical procedure that works as good as surgery but doesn't require surgery, it is called the Duodenum Sleeve. This is where they insert a plastic tube into the Duodenum and fasten it into place, thus preventing any food from touching the duodenum. This is just as effective as Duodenum bypass surgery, but without the need for surgery.

    As long as no food touches the duodenum, Type II diabetes is completely cured.

    There is a small chanel on the outside of the duodenum sleeve that permits the Gall Bladder Bile and the pancreatic enzimes to pass along the outside of the sleave and meet up with the food in the next section of the small intesting called the Junodenum.

    http://www.jothydev.com/newsletter/aug2011/3.html



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    just eat better

    Quote Originally Posted by Gazza. View Post
    Here's another cure for type 2 Diabetes...
    1. Substitute MacDonalds and KFC with actual food.
    2. Eliminate fructose from your diet.
    3. Drink less alcohol and more water.
    4. Exercise daily.
    Simple, really!
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    lol!!!!!!

    I like this one!! Sooo True!!

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    Re: just eat better

    Quote Originally Posted by Z90 View Post
    lol!!!!!!

    I like this one!! Sooo True!!
    None of these steps will cure anyone of Type II diabetes. Type II diabetes is not caused by being overweight. Being overweight will make Type II diabetes worse, but in itself is not the root cause of this dreaded lethal disease. It has clearly been proven to be a malfunctioning Duodenum, not eating the wrong foods.

    The country with the largest percentage of diabetes is India. And 50% to 75% of these people are vegetarians, what are we going to do next, blame vegetarianism for diabetes next. Not likely. You can not give yourself Type II diabetes by eating the wrong foods, all you can do is make Type II diabetes worse if you have it, but eating incorrectly will not give you Type II diabetes.

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    Re: Type II Diabetes can be cured?

    http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases...0305113659.htm

    Diabetes May Be Disorder Of Upper Intestine: Surgery May Correct It

    ScienceDaily (Mar. 6, 2008) — Growing evidence shows that surgery may effectively cure Type 2 diabetes — an approach that not only may change the way the disease is treated, but that introduces a new way of thinking about diabetes.

    A new article — published in a special supplement to the February issue of Diabetes Care by a leading expert in the emerging field of diabetes surgery — points to the small bowel as the possible site of critical mechanisms for the development of diabetes.
    The study's author, Dr. Francesco Rubino of NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center, presents scientific evidence on the mechanisms of diabetes control after surgery. Clinical studies have shown that procedures that simply restrict the stomach's size (i.e., gastric banding) improve diabetes only by inducing massive weight loss. By studying diabetes in animals, Dr. Rubino was the first to provide scientific evidence that gastrointestinal bypass operations involving rerouting the gastrointestinal tract (i.e., gastric bypass) can cause diabetes remission independently of any weight loss, and even in subjects that are not obese.


    "By answering the question of how diabetes surgery works, we may be answering the question of how diabetes itself works," says Dr. Rubino, who is a professor in the Department of Surgery at Weill Cornell Medical College and chief of gastrointestinal metabolic surgery at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell.


    Dr. Rubino's prior research has shown that the primary mechanisms by which gastrointestinal bypass procedures control diabetes specifically rely on the bypass of the upper small intestine — the duodenum and jejunum. This is a key finding that may point to the origins of diabetes.


    "When we bypass the duodenum and jejunum, we are bypassing what may be the source of the problem," says Dr. Rubino, who is heading up NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell's Diabetes Surgery Center.


    In fact, it has become increasingly evident that the gastrointestinal tract plays an important role in energy regulation, and that many gut hormones are involved in the regulation of sugar metabolism. "It should not surprise anyone that surgically altering the bowel's anatomy affects the mechanisms that regulate blood sugar levels, eventually influencing diabetes," Dr. Rubino says.


    While other gastrointestinal operations may cure diabetes as an effect of changes that improve blood sugar levels, Dr. Rubino's research findings in animals show that procedures based on a bypass of the upper intestine may work instead by reversing abnormalities of blood glucose regulation.


    In fact, bypass of the upper small intestine does not improve the ability of the body to regulate blood sugar levels. "When performed in subjects who are not diabetic, the bypass of the upper intestine may even impair the mechanisms that regulate blood levels of glucose," says Dr. Rubino. In striking contrast, when nutrients' passage is diverted from the upper intestine of diabetic patients, diabetes resolves.
    This, he explains, implies that the upper intestine of diabetic patients may be the site where an abnormal signal is produced, causing, or at least favoring, the development of the disease.
    How exactly the upper intestine is dysfunctional remains to be seen. Dr. Rubino proposes an original explanation known in the scientific community as the "anti-incretin theory."


    Incretins are gastrointestinal hormones, produced in response to the transit of nutrients, that boost insulin production. Because an excess of insulin can determine hypoglycemia (extremely low levels of blood sugar) — a life-threatening condition — Dr. Rubino speculates that the body has a counter-regulatory mechanism (or "anti-incretin" mechanism), activated by the same passage of nutrients through the upper intestine. The latter mechanism would act to decrease both the secretion and the action of insulin.
    "In healthy patients, a correct balance between incretin and anti-incretin factors maintains normal excursions of sugar levels in the bloodstream," he explains. "In some individuals, the duodenum and jejunum may be producing too much of this anti-incretin, thereby reducing insulin secretion and blocking the action of insulin, ultimately resulting in Type 2 diabetes."


    Indeed, in Type 2 diabetes, cells are resistant to the action of insulin ("insulin resistance"), while the pancreas is unable to produce enough insulin to overcome the resistance.
    After gastrointestinal bypass procedures, the exclusion of the upper small intestine from the transit of nutrients may offset the abnormal production of anti-incretin, thereby resulting in remission of diabetes.
    In order to better understand these mechanisms, and help make the potential benefits of diabetes surgery more widely available, Dr. Rubino calls for prioritizing research in diabetes surgery. "Further research on the exact molecular mechanisms of diabetes, surgical control of diabetes and the role played by the bowel in the disease may bring us closer to the cause of diabetes."


    Today, most patients with diabetes are not offered a surgical option, and bariatric surgery is recommended only for those with severe obesity (a body mass index, or BMI, of greater than 35kg).


    "It has become clear, however, that BMI cut-offs can no longer be used to determine who is an ideal candidate for surgical treatment of diabetes," says Dr. Rubino.


    "There is, in fact, growing evidence that diabetes surgery can be effective even for patients who are only slightly obese or just overweight. Clinical trials in this field are therefore a priority as they allow us to compare diabetes surgery to other treatment options in the attempt to understand when the benefits of surgery outweigh its risks. Clinical guidelines for diabetes surgery will certainly be different from those for bariatric surgery, and should not be based only on BMI levels," he notes.
    "The lesson we have learned with diabetes surgery is that diabetes is not always a chronic and relentless disease, where the only possible treatment goal is just the control of hyperglycemia and minimization of the risk of complications. Gastrointestinal surgery offers the possibility of complete disease remission. This is a major shift in the way we consider treatment goals for diabetes. It is unprecedented in the history of the disease," adds Dr. Rubino.
    Type 2 diabetes, which accounts for 90 to 95 percent of all cases of diabetes, is a growing epidemic that afflicts more than 200 million people worldwide.
    At a time when diabetes is growing epidemically worldwide, Dr. Rubino says that finding new treatment strategies is a race against time. "At this point, missing the opportunity that surgery offers is not an option."


    In addition to having performed landmark studies in the field of diabetes surgery, Dr. Rubino was the principal organizer of an influential Diabetes Surgery Summit, held in Rome in March 2007. This international consensus conference helped establish the field, making international recommendations for the use of surgery and creating an International Diabetes Surgery Task Force. Dr. Rubino serves as a founding member.

    http://www.diabeteshealth.com/read/2...astric-bypass/

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    Re: Type II Diabetes can be cured?

    The Gastrointestinal liner is just as effective at curing Type II diabetes as Duodenal Bypass. As long as food does not touch the Duodenum Type II diabetes is cured:

    http://www.gidynamics.com/media/news...vice_daily.pdf

    http://www.endodiabetes.net/videos-delivery.php

    http://www.wlshelp.com/endobarrier.html

    This procedure was developed by doctors in Chile and is one way of avoiding surgery, but getting all the same benefits of duodenal bypass.


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    The duodenal bypass only causes a 5% mal-absorption, in theory this should have no effect on weight loss or curing diabetes, but it does both.

    When the duodenum is by passed in none diabetics, it gives them Type II diabetes, but when it is bypassed in Type II diabetics is cures Type II diabetes. So clearly it is the duodenum that is the root cause of Type II diabetes.

    Only 1/3 of all diabetics are overweight and only 1% are obese, so if being overweight and obese is the least common denominator, how can one argue that it is the cause? Being overweight and (or) obese will make Type II diabetes worse; but is clearly not the root cause.

    The country with the highest percentage of diabetics is India, and 2/3rds of them are vegitarians; they are also some of the thinnest people in the world. But yet, they have the highest percentage and largest number of Diabetics in the world.

    China comes in second highest percentage of diabetics. How many overweight Chinese have you seen lately?

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    Quote Originally Posted by edmund129 View Post
    None of these steps will cure anyone of Type II diabetes. Type II diabetes is not caused by being overweight. Being overweight will make Type II diabetes worse, but in itself is not the root cause of this dreaded lethal disease. It has clearly been proven to be a malfunctioning Duodenum, not eating the wrong:freak3: foods.
    :freak3::spidey:
    The country with the largest percentage of diabetes is India. And 50% to 75% of these people are vegetarians, what are we going to do next, blame vegetarianism for diabetes next. Not likely. You can not give yourself Type II diabetes by eating the wrong foods, all you can do is make Type II diabetes worse if you have it, but eating incorrectly will not give you Type II diabetes.

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    I was thinking about type I and the development of it. You are correct, you can't cure an insulin production issue through exercise and diet. :freak3:

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    Quote Originally Posted by edmund129 View Post


    None of these steps will cure anyone of Type II diabetes. Type II diabetes is not caused by being overweight. Being overweight will make Type II diabetes worse, but in itself is not the root cause of this dreaded lethal disease. It has clearly been proven to be a malfunctioning Duodenum, not eating the wrong foods.

    The country with the largest percentage of diabetes is India. And 50% to 75% of these people are vegetarians, what are we going to do next, blame vegetarianism for diabetes next. Not likely. You can not give yourself Type II diabetes by eating the wrong foods, all you can do is make Type II diabetes worse if you have it, but eating incorrectly will not give you Type II diabetes.

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    I am/was a Type II Diabetic. My Mother was a Diabetic. siblings of diabetics are higher risk and more likely to become diabetics.
    I was on Metformin pills medication to control my blood sugars.
    I now control my Diabetes through Diet and proper food selection.

    You are misinformed. You can treat and cure Diabetes type II through diet. I am living proof of this. I have had none of the surgeries you state are the cure. My doctor has twice told me I am cured and no longer need the medications.

    So how did I do this? When I was first diagnosed I was 32 blood sugar level(different countries used different measuring gauges), and my eyesight was failing.

    - First thing I did was go through all my food storage's and remove anything with a lot of sugar in it especially refined.

    -I went through the remaining food and removed all foods with high chemicals(diet drinks with Aspartame for example) and processed things like corn syrups and corn byproducts.

    - I then took an accredited course which explained to me what was happening to me and also taught me to read and understand these labels.

    in particular the Carbohydrate section and amounts.

    - I proceeded to change my diet to mostly natural foods and unrefined foods. I did not worry much about natural sugars like eating fruits like bananas or apples. I did not want things like canned fruits packed in corn syrup or sweetened juices in my diet. See the difference?

    - 9 months later my blood sugar levels had recovered to normal and my doctor took me off the medication. Another 3 months later he proclaimed me cured. My body was producing enough natural insulin for my sugar intake levels.

    How did I become diabetic? My diet... 6 packs or more of pepsi every day. Poor food choice with no though of what chemicals or sugars/sugar byproducts were in them.


    I did not start any regular exercise program although it likely would have helped.
    I did not get into a big weight loss program although it likely would have helped.
    I did lose some weight I had put on from stopping smoking a few years earlier just from my healthy diet. Am I overweight? yes still a little bit now but 20 pounds lighter than when first diagnosed.


    As for this post:

    Very good advice for everyone not just Diabetics. I am almost certain had I followed this advice I might never have become Diabetic to begin with.
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