I have searched and searched for a natural method to cure type 1 diabetes over the last 15 years on the internet and interwebs. I know of many
supplements that can help in reversing type 2 diabetes, along with proper diet for those folks. For the people with type 2 diabetes, there are threads
like THIS one and others on ATS. The supplements from that thread, and others like
certain forms of gymena sylvestre, fenugreek, and many others can help both types of diabetics lower their blood sugars. I have read that the raw diet
can cure type 2 diabetes along with those supplements over time, but I know for a fact that it will not cure type 1 diabetes from my own
Allopathic medicine tells people around the world that Type 1 diabetes is the "incurable" type at this time. Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune (body
attacks part of itself) disease that has been shown in medical studies that there are "rogue" T cells in the immune system that attack the beta cells
in the pancreas that produce insulin. The interesting thing is that in medical studies, doctors have found on cadavers of type 1 diabetics that they
can actually extract insulin from the pancreatic cells after death. What this means is that the body keeps on producing insulin producing cells and
those cells produce some small amount of insulin, but they continually get attacked by the immune system. Type 1 diabetes REQUIRES the injection of
rDNA (GMO) "insulin" that is inferior to the insulin that contains C-Peptide. C-Peptide does a lot of things in the body, but the lack of it IS what
causes the circulation complications of diabetes. I know that, because I have had very tight blood sugar control for almost my whole life, and I am
getting the compllications of diabetes still.
If you want to read more about the inferior "insulin" see my thread:
Below is an image that shows on the left-hand side the function of Normal T cells in a properly functioning immune system, and on the right hand side,
it shows how the autoimmune T Cells function in type 1 diabetics:
There is a medical study in Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical University that has corrected the immune system of type 1 diabetic
mice, and is currently in trials to see if it works on humans. Dr. Denise Faustman is the researcher who discovered that repetitive injections of BCG
vaccine would halt the autoimmune attack in mice. Then with the supplement of extracted spleen materials from the mouse placed into the pancreas would
form into new insulin prducing cells. I'm not sure if I have that exactly right, but all of her medical papers are available for free at the
There was another study by a Dr. Michael Salter in the Toronto Hospital For Sick Children that cured diabetes in mice in 2006. It involved injecting
capsacin (the concentrated "hot" part of peppers) directly into the pancreas. What happened in that study is that he theorized that the reaction
caused by the capsacin would counteract the inflammation that was already occuring in the pancreas by causing production of a substance he called
Substance-P. He said that substance-p is a pain signal that would counteract the inflammation signals that were already occuring in the pancreas' of
both type 1 and type 2 diabetics. The only problem with the study is that in type 1 diabetic mice, the diabetes would return in 4 months.
My theory is that Dr. Salter's method would work on humas, and that a person may have to get injections of capsacin 4-5 times a year to keep the
diabetes away. His study never proceeded into human studies, so my tinfoil hat says that the "establishment" thought that it just might work "too
well." It was sanitized from the internet years ago, but Dr. Salter himself said that "they" just don't want a cure because there just isn't enough
money in that.
I have even thought of the medical procedure that would allow Dr. Salter's work to be tested on humans. It would require an endoscope injector with
lighting for gastointestinal procedures that has a needle long enough to poke through the stomach and into the pancreas, and then for the capsacin to
be injected. The needle would have to be large enough for the capsacin to get through, yet small enough that the stomach could heal after the
procedure. I am sure that it would be painful, but it would be worth it to lots of people like me. The only problem with that is that is that you have
to be a "qualified professional" in order to get access to all of the required equipment.
As a side note, here is an article about the rash of endoscopes that were being stolen in the UK on Febuary 13, 2006 originally published by the BBC.
The timing of the thefts is what interests me so much, because it was RIGHT AFTER Dr. Salter's study was published on the internet:
It is my theory that there may be an underground gang that will give the treatments with a doctor they have employed to do the procedure, and I'm sure
it costs an arm and a leg! The reason I mention that is because of this video on the internet of Halle Berry saying that she was cured of type 1
diabetes (the incurable type) in 2008. She says in the video that she was cured of type 1 diabetes by diet and excercise alone (which is an out and
out lie, if she really had been diagnosed of type 1-according to medical professionals). There have been a lot of arguments on Youtube and the
interwebs that "She must have just had type 2 diabetes, which is curable," and the other side saying that "If you have enough money you can get cured
Here's that video:
I will say that what she says about type 1 not hurting is an out and out lie! It sounds like she doesn't know what she is talking about, but people
that skinny getting diagnosed of type 2 diabetes is EXTREMELY rare. I believe that she had type 1 and got cured SOMEHOW by the underground. All of
that is besides the point.
There are other medical studies that are working on a "protective pouch" to hold implanted islets, and still provide circulatory connecton with the
portal vein in the liver, but my fear is that the cells would have to be replaced every few years, and the price would be forbiddingly high. Those
studies have been shown to work for up to 3 years and possibly up to 7 years in patients, but eventually they become diabetic again because the
implanted beta cells have no way to reproduce themselves. The other problem with this is that the procedure has not been approved by the FDA, NIS,
The only other thing I know of is pancreas transplants that require deadly immune suppressor drugs.
Is there way to get it cured? I KNOW there has got to be a way. I have searched for years, and Dr. Salter's method is the best thing I have come up
with. The only problem with that is that it would be highly illegal, because it is not approved by the FDA, NIH, NHS, etc. Any ideas are welcome!
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Type one aka juvenile diabetes is caused by a sick pancreas. There is no cure yet but they're working on it. Type 2 is environmental where the
pancreas is over worked because of obesity or sugar consumption. That is almost always correctable by diet if found before too much damage to the
pancreas occurs. Trouble is most people don't want to give up their carbs to do it. A really low carb count like under 50 grams a day would stop it in
most folks with type 2. That number would also lower cholesterol and blood pressure . And wow you already know all about this and my answer seems
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Yes, I stated that a proper diet and exercise would cure type 2 diabetes. I know that there are lots of medical studies that are working on curing
type 1 diabetes. Since 1918 when they discovered insulin, they have been saying that the cure was going to be "discovered very soon." I don't think
TPTB want that. If they do come out with a "cure" for diabetics of type 1, it will be forbiddingly expensive. The reason I say that is just look at
the $100,000 pill that was recently approved by the FDA in the USA in the thread by ATS member amatrine:
How many people that have even gotten hepatitis C from bad blood can afford that? VERY FEW.
The fact is that diabetes is a HUGE moneymaker. Right now in America it is a $250 billion dollar a year industry with all the fake insulin, test
strips, glucose tablets, glucagon injections, ambulance trips, hospital stays, aid to the blind diabetics, dialysis treatments, amphutations, pancreas
transplants, kindey transplants, diabetic pills, doctor visits, regular lab tests, dietician appointments, and all the others I may have left out.
Another thing is I don't think that all of the diabetes organizations like the American Diabetes Association want a cure. They would no longer exist
in their current form with all their thousands of (some overpayed) employees and hundreds of millions of dollars worth of donations. Then look at all
the diabetes specialists that would be out of a job.
I know there has to be a way to get rid of it. Another thing to mention is that in Denise Faustman's study, she has found that type 1 diabetics do
produce a VERY small amount of insulin. My theory that if a person found a way to selectively halt the production of the "bad" T cells, the pancreas
would regenerate over time. The only problem with that so far, is I have not found a way to do it, if there is even anything that could do that.
Try becoming a vegan for a year and watch the issue disappear.
Also exorcise frequently.
Stop manufactured sugar consumption.
Stop eating the whites and wheats or anything gluten related
it has been done over and over and over.. and the real success stories are suppressed..
people that skinny getting diagnosed of type 2 diabetes is EXTREMELY rare
I have to disagree on that point, being a 'skinny' diabetic.
I had no problem until I ended up on a 'drug cocktail' that has 'may cause type two diabetes' listed a a side effect; statins, inhaled steroids,
hormone-replacement therapy and others used to control asthma sent me on a roller coaster ride of a lifetime!
Not able to convince the doctors that their drugs were the problem, I just stopped taking them. Six months later, my A1-C was 5.1.
I do have to take insulin to control high glucose levels whenever I have to take steroids, either injection for joint problems or prednisone for
I have always run 10+ pounds underweight, and since developing off/on diabetes over 15 years ago I have met a LOT of people in the same boat!
I can't help but notice type two diabetes began to soar in the 1980's; the same time frame of Monsanto's GMO corn flooding the food chain.
Corn is in nearly every packaged food product in the grocery store, and if you are willing to look at the research done by other countries you can't
help but wonder if a corporate coverup is being perpetrated in the US.
The following is my opinion as a member participating in this discussion.
Type 1 diabetes is autoimmune and has no cure at this time. When research finally finds a cure for one of them then the rest will follow
quickly IMHO. Autoimmune is strange. The body tries to kill itself and the attempted suicide by the body manifests in different ways - MS, LUPUS,
SJOGRENS, etc. In my non-medically educated opinion, there has to be a common element somewhere with them all. But it has not been found yet.
I wouldn't be surprised if the cure ends up being something to do with resetting the bone marrow, like what is done with leukemia patients.
As an ATS Staff Member, I will not moderate in threads such as this where I have participated as a member.
I'm sorry, but I have watched those infomercial videos where they want to sell you a book or supplement for way too much money at the end of the video
in the past that WILL NOT CURE type 1 diabetes. I am going to go ahead and listen to it, but I have NEVER seen one of these fast-talking hucksters
ever show a way to cure anything. Like I said, I will listen to it, but I am not putting my hopes up with this one. So far, he says at the beginning
that he knows cure for type 1 and type 2 diabetes, but as the video continues he is mostly talking about type 2. So far, all of the info he has given
in the past 10 minutes is NOTHING that I have not heard before. I have not heard him say 1 thing about this "miracle cure" that he has supposedly
found. I think it is BS, but I will finish listening. He is not a doctor even, he says that he is a "consultant" for "medical institutions".
EDIT: He says that he only wants $299 for the book. I don't know of many books that cost that much. Then he says it will "only cost $39.95" instead of
$299. I am not buying it. If he was telling the truth and he was so glad about what he "discovered", then he would open source it, and share it for
free. He says "but you need to ACT NOW". I have seen these charlatans before... Try harder!
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He is not a doctor even, he says that he is a "consultant" for "medical institutions".
I'm not a doctor. If I was one ... I'd refer you to an endocrinologist.
My daughter has Type 1 diabetes. Believe me, no one in the 'medical profession' is going to tell you of a cure. In fact, any endocrinologist who
doesn't sit you down and explain to you the phases of 'accepting' diabetes, should be immediately suspect.
You may see me support CTs on this site. You will not see me promoting ignorance where serious medical subjects are discussed. You mess around with
diabetes and you could suffer blindness (my uncle), kidney failure (a good friend), loss of limbs (a long term friend from service), and a whole host
of other issues.
could this video be of any help ? .. i myself have no knowledge on diabetes .. but the vid is very interesting ...
it states in the list to cure 'Diabetes mellitus type 1' ... if thats the same thing ...
I came across Dr. Robert Morse, ND a couple years ago. I think he is brilliant and bang on with his philosophy and medicinal practices. He believes
all illness and disease can be treated through detoxing and diet. He explains himself extremely well and has hundreds of videos on all kinds of health
issues on the web. Here are two videos specifically about Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes I think you will find reassuring and hopeful. They explain
exactly what diabetes is and exactly how to resolve it easily.
Dr. Morse has a long list of credentials and success stories.
There is a procedure that does that for type 1 diabetics in Mexico that I have read about in the past. In fact, I have even read published medical
studies on exactly how it was done, and how it DID cure the disease. That is useful informaton. The only thing is that Mexico is a risky place to go
for medical treatments, if you are lucky enough to not get kidnapped by the cartels or anyone else for ransom! Then there is the fact that the
bone-marrow procedure CAN be life threatening because of reasons that I don't remember at this time.
I have read about a lot of "alternative therapy" clinics down there. If anyone knows of a specific one that would be a safe bet to try, I might try
it down the road but I have heard it is very EXPENSIVE. They usually want around $50K, and that is pretty far out of my price range! Thanks for the
input though. Your relply is the type of reply that I am looking for
My Masseuse has Diabetese... not sure which type/ But he was overweight when diagnosed. He changed diets and just started eating lots of fruit and
veges, lots of boiled veges. Now he's skinny and looking fit and healthy (apart from his age the old fart). He has no issues with it now.
Unfortunately I have tried that one before, even with the type of diabetes I have. Water fasting for 3 days didn't work for me. I think that it does
help some types of disease. I read the thread here on ATS. It doesn't work for this one, sadly. Thanks for taking the time to reply to the thread
Yes if he was overweight, that is typically type 2 diabetes. Not autoimmune diabetes like I have, but the type that is caused by the pancreas being
constricted by all the weight. What you mention will help most type 2 diabetics recover. Type 1 is a much more complex disease. Thanks anyway though.
Thank you Segenam and Wishes for posting those videos. I will watch all 3 of these videos, and if anything the doctors in those videos mention works
for me, I will be posting a comprehensive guide as to how it worked for me on this thread! I have never believed that there is any such thing as an
"autoimmune" disease. That is what all of the doctors, up to the endocrinologists say about the illness. I have always thought that "autoimmune"
disease is disinformation to keep people from finding the real solution.
I was reading something on ATS a month or so ago. Stating that people who went on a starvation diet (no food for 3 days.. Fasting...), well their
white blood cells would be eaten by the body and would be replaced by healthy new white blood cells...
This has probably been considered by medical experts but here's my idea. Since t cells require a higher temperatures to survive which is the bodies
reason for producing a fever during illness where t cells are needed to fight diseases. Perhaps finding a way to lower body temperature would help
keep these cells from attacking insulin. Again I am only a lay person and don't know anything about medicine. Just an idea.
Type 1 for 18 years now and I manage it real well but as far as a cure for sickness good luck.. I've tried x,y,z to no avail... Also in a couple of
weeks I will be getting my adrenals tested a hair follicle sample to be more precise.a reply to: InFriNiTee
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