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originally posted by: dollukka
a reply to: jinni73
I am not saying we are totally GMO free, but we have transparency in labeling. Food safety has always been top priority here. Unlike US every ingredient which has GMO products in the food chain needs to be indicated in the labelling. We are very much against GMO and our producers are proudly stating GMO free in food products. One reason why TTIP deal keeps failing is that we do not want GMO and we want to keep our food safe and labelling transparent and US wants the opposite.
GMO is not selling here.
originally posted by: InFriNiTee
a reply to: jinni73
Ironically, I even tried MMS (sodium chlorite). When you mix citric acid with chlorine, it chemically reacts to form something that is chemically similar to Clorox bleach. I won't say that it hurt me in any way, but on the other hand it didn't cure diabetes. All that really happened was that it gave me an unforgettable stomach ache! My line of thinking is that something that feels uncomfortable is probably not helping anything.
I know that Jim Humble said that MMS was the cure to diabetes. He basically said it is the cure to everything (cancer, aids, etc., etc., etc.). I think there is a possibility it may help people recover from tuberculosis or malaria, but I am not a doctor and have no idea whether it would work or not.
To be honest, I have tried almost every alternative substance you can think of. Colloidal silver, many, many others. Autoimmne diabetes is something that is able to evade every thing I have been able to think of to try.
originally posted by: Cauliflower
You could try a pure protein diet.
Ssoy milk or almond milk ,eggs, tuna lots of carb free roughage. Your body metabolizes proteins into ketones which can be burned like sugar to some extent.
You would probably have to start with a soy milk fast or something till your blood sugar stabilizes.
That kind of sugarless carb free diet leaves you feeling a little flat but you can keep your blood sugar low without insulin that way.
Keeping your weight in the lower quartile of the BMI "normal" range dropped my blood sugar down to the low 120's from prediabetic years ago.
Honestly Its a tough regimen for most people and a lot easier to just take insulin.
Joslin scientists are leading the way in the quickly advancing research to find new sources for beta cells—including “progenitor” cells located in the pancreas that can morph into beta cells—and to develop innovative ways to make more copies of surviving cells.
Susan Bonner-Weir, Ph.D., and her colleagues have amassed evidence of an important potential source of new beta cells within the pancreas. Her lab showed that in rats and mice that are neonatal or have had pancreatic injury, cells in the nearby pancreatic ducts, which act like pipes for digestive enzymes, can differentiate into beta cells and the other pancreatic cells.
“Encapsulation continues to be a maddening and attractive concept,” says Dr. Gordon Weir. “You lock the cells up in a membrane that screens out the cells that attack the islets, and yet the holes are big enough that nutrients and oxygen get in perfectly well, and insulin gets out.”
originally posted by: PeterMcFly
a reply to: anonentity
Somehow the rise in diabetes, is matching the rise in hormone related cancers .
The link between cancer and diabetes is based on the glucose blood content, it is as simple as that!
Melligen cells have potential to reverse type 1 diabetes, researchers indicate.
A cell line known as "Melligen" cells shows promise as a treatment for type 1 diabetes after researchers reported it can reverse the diabetic condition. Melligen cells are derived from human liver cells and are capable of regulating blood glucose levels as insulin can be produced on demand.
When transplanted into diabetic mice, their blood glucose levels became normal, despite their immune systems not properly functioning. The bodies of the diabetic mice began to produce insulin when responding to increasing blood sugar levels, with researchers indicating this reversed the condition of diabetes.
Whole article here: www.diabetes.co.uk...