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Like you say it can get excreted quite fast, that's why it is best to have it intravenously
originally posted by: InFriNiTee
a reply to: awareness10
The cancer-diabetes link article talks about a link between type 2 diabetes and cancer.
I have been studying that Marshall Protocol a little more. It looks like a lot of autoimmune diseases may have a bacterial link. Have a look at this:
The woman (Bonnie B.) that tried the Marshall Protocol and got to Phase 3 (several years of antibiotics + benicar prescription) said this:
How does you doctor feel about your progress?
Two appointments ago he told me that all my lab work indicates that I’m recovering. He said that the MP (Marshall Protocol) is clearly helping me.
I'm going to try to find a doctor that will let me try the Marshall Protocol. They say that Benicar has very few side effects (if any). I have heard bad things about antibiotics, but the way I see it-I've tried just about everything else I can think of. The toughest part of the Marshall Protocol for me will be limiting my Vitamin D3 exposure via the sun. That's where the old saying "If there's a will-then there's a way" fits in. I will find a way to make that part of the program work for me, and still get the outdoor things done that I need to.
They say that they've never tried the Marshall Protocol on a type 1 diabetic, but they basically admitted that people with type 2 diabetes' symptoms "went into remission". I think its worth a try. Apparently, it takes several years to notice a difference for the people that it has helped.
I've tried every known "anti-diabetic" method in existence, and none of those have worked. Some things have helped in minor ways.
The toughest thing is going to be finding a doctor that will allow me to try it for several years. I will print out all of the important points, and discuss with the doctor to show them I've studied the protocol thoroughly. I think I might have someone in mind, and I hope they will help me with it. I will keep this thread updated with the progress.
Side Note: I have a friend with Systemic Lupus who is going to talk to their doctor about trying the Marshall Protocol. They have severe debilitating pain and other symptoms from the disease. Since Systemic Lupus is an autoimmune disease, then if it helps this person-it will be well worth my time to try it. We can do a sort of comparative analysis together to compare notes and see if there is any progress for either of us-as long as our doctors approve it.
originally posted by: babybunnies
No cure. Anyone who tells you they're working on a cure is lying. Hate to burst your bubble.
However, big pharma isn't interested in cures, they've never actually cured ANYTHING.
They're only interested in drugs that will treat symptoms for the rest of your life, which type 1 diabetics have already.
originally posted by: awareness10
a reply to: anonentity
Yes i agree. And i know we can agree that Common Sense these days is ignored by the majority. People have become ignorant and thus cannot make decisive decisions regarding their own health without bowing to the medical system for their only advice. How did people live 1000 yrs ago? Maybe if we lived like they did, 1000 yrs ago, we'd know how to fend for ourselves. Without the Pesticides and the bad water ridden with medications and whatever else gets flushed down peoples toilets along with whatever else you can think of, maybe we'd become an informed society able to care for our sick and needy properly. I mean we used to do it right... People need to re-learn how to function independantly.
originally posted by: InFriNiTee
I know I've mentioned the TH1/TH2 response in the immune system. One other thing I haven't mentioned yet is that diabetes type 1 can be caused by mutated genes. I suppose that some mutations may be "natural", but there is a lot of transgenic properties to vaccines. Specifically, I am talking about things like foreign dna from other mammals. It's been well documented.