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Type 2 or late onset diabetes

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posted on Apr, 8 2016 @ 07:00 AM
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Will add to this thread as there is lots of good advise above.. The D2 levels are shooting up around the world here is a current report .

www.bbc.co.uk...



The world is facing an "unrelenting march" of diabetes which now affects nearly one in 11 adults, the World Health Organization (WHO) says. In a major report it warned cases had nearly quadrupled to 422 million in 2014 from 108 million in 1980. High blood sugar levels are a major killer - linked to 3.7 million deaths around the world each year, it says. And officials said the numbers would continue to increase unless "drastic action" was taken. The report lumps both type 1 and type 2 diabetes together, but the surge in cases is predominantly down to type 2 - the form closely linked to poor lifestyle. As the world's waistlines have ballooned - with one-in-three people now overweight, so too has the number of diabetes cases.






The Middle East has seen the prevalence of diabetes soar from 5.9% of adults in 1980 to 13.7% in 2014. Dr Slim Slama, a WHO specialist in region, told the BBC News website: "We are the region that has experienced the greatest rise in diabetes, moving from 6 million to 43 million - it is a huge, huge increase. "In Qatar or Kuwait we have more than 20% of the population with diabetes and when you look at subgroups - people beyond 45 or 60 years old - it's 30-40% and things are even more worrying." He said growing and ageing populations were behind part of the rise, but diet and inactivity were a major problem. More than three quarters of teenagers in the region are doing less than the recommended level of exercise, he said.




posted on Apr, 8 2016 @ 09:49 PM
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a reply to: skywatcher44

found out that some diabetes is caused By penicillin as it depletes B6 no wonder they keep telling us these amazing drugs are so good
its just that its so good for the rich
aspirin kills the liver, causes heart attacks and internal bleeding yournewswire.com...
articles.mercola.com...
peniciliin creates diabetes and adrenal burnout

and fluoride lol this has got to be one of the most dangerous substances on the planet 1 part in 15 MILLION will damage 50% of people's pancreatic enzymes who ingest it, it inhibits ameloblasts which make the teeth hard in children, 41% of American 12-15 year olds have dental fluorosis, causes 50% of americans over 50 to have skeletal fluorosis, 25% of americans over 40 have no teeth, inhibits peroxidase enzymes, causes a 20% increase in cavities and 5 ppm per kilo of body weight can kill someone with kidney problems.

and americans keep on getting suckered into thinking there governments are on there side


edit on 8-4-2016 by jinni73 because: (no reason given)



posted on Apr, 10 2016 @ 02:15 AM
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The simple thing we can glean from these atrocious numbers, is that the diet from 1980 until the latest figures for 20014, especially in the developing world is that they think the western affluent diet is a thing to be emulated, and not discarded.



posted on Apr, 10 2016 @ 03:32 AM
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I will repeat it ad nauseam, you want to get rid of diabetes type 2, go for a ketogenic diet. At least a low carb diet will help greatly.

Not hard to understand, too much carbs ingestion = too much glucose produced & dumped into blood = overproduction of insulin = cells are "tired" of constant insulin signal ordering them to absorb glucose to lower blood level = cells begin to be resistant to insulin (ignore the signal) = blood glucose level rising.

You continue to ingest too much carbs = pancreas get wornout and cease to produce insulin = say welcome to diabetes type 1 !



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