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Does anyone on ATS know of a cure for Type 1 (NOT Type 2) diabetes?

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posted on May, 15 2015 @ 03:45 AM
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a reply to: InFriNiTee

Hi I am diabetic 1 type and I want to tell You one thing. When doctors examined me and told me I am diabetic, they also told me that STEM CELLS can fix this problem, but the therapy was very expensive and tough and I did not get into it. I am happy owner of dead pancreas and I hope one day, somebody will make the cure known world-wide. Now pharmacy companies have to much power and money maked from medicines. "supply and demand"
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posted on May, 17 2015 @ 04:21 PM
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a reply to: ATF1886




why don't you do a fecal transplant...
250 out of 250 patients cured from type 2...

could help you.

too

Research Shows Swapping Gut Bacteria Can Reverse Type 2 Diabetes and Other Diseases

A researcher in Amsterdam, Dr. Max Nieuwdorp, has published a number of studies looking at changes in the microbiome that are characteristic of type 2 diabetes.

In one trial, he was able to reverse type 2 diabetes in all of the 250 study participants by doing fecal transplantations on them. Remarkable as it may sound, by changing the makeup of the gut bacteria, the diabetes was resolved.

Dr. Perlmutter has embraced this new information full force, and has even helped develop a peer-reviewed scientific journal, Medicus, that focuses on this kind of research. They're also holding an annual conference to which the leading microbiome researchers in the world are invited.

In his view, and in mine, the understanding and practical adjustment and modification of the microbiome is an important part of the future of medicine. Fifteen years ago, we thought that the Human Genome Project (HGP) would allow modern medicine to leapfrog into new gene-based therapies that would solve all our ills.

That didn't happen, as HGP discovered that genetics are only responsible for only about 10 percent of human disease,1 the rest—90 percent—are induced by environmental factors. Now we're coming to realize that your microbiome is actually a driver of genetic expression, turning genes on and off depending on which microbes are present.

articles.mercola.com... l&utm_content=art1&utm_campaign=20150517Z1&et_cid=DM75177&et_rid=956077959

so get some poop from a friend or relation and have it inserted by a nurse into you...look up the procedure.

remember many animals actually EAT poop...so it's not that bad and in many porn films you will see people eat fecal matter and enjoy themselves.Do you the name for those films?



posted on May, 17 2015 @ 05:07 PM
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a reply to: championoftruth

Don´t mix up type 2 with type 1. In type 1 ( also called as juvenile diabetes ) immune system attacks insulin producing beta cells, in type 2 there are insulin but type 2 has resistance for insulin.
It's very dangerous to advice type 1 patient for treatment which works for type 2 because even both have high blood glucose the reason they have is different. Human body when healthy produces insulin all the time and so does type 2 but type 1 doesn´t and pancreas is pretty much "dead". We need insulin in our system even then when we are not eating and type 1 patients have to take so called "basal" long lasting insulin as an injection twice a day ( depending on insulin brand ) to cover basic need for insulin or if having insulin pump, insulin pump releases small doses of insulin continuously.

Ketosis diets ( which is quite popular ) works for type 2, but as type 1s don´t have insulin ( type 2 does ) without injections it might be very risky for them. Without insulin blood glucose get high and body fat start burning away, to type 1 patients this means ketoacidosis as there is no insulin in system and fat doesn´t burn out purely and it is very toxic state, dangerous and can bring coma or kill them ( without insulin there are no life for type 1 )





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posted on May, 17 2015 @ 05:18 PM
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a reply to: dollukka

Also don't forget that in many cases, the fat collects around the Pancreas, and stifles the production of insulin, so if you gave a high carb diet,the Blood sugar will spike and stay that way for a long time, this damages the immune system. Even if you think that you are thin, you could still have, a fat encrusted pancreas, due to modern diets.



posted on May, 18 2015 @ 02:20 AM
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Ketosis diets ( which is quite popular ) works for type 2, but as type 1s don´t have insulin ( type 2 does ) without injections it might be very risky for them. Without insulin blood glucose get high and body fat start burning away, to type 1 patients this means ketoacidosis as there is no insulin in system and fat doesn´t burn out purely and it is very toxic state, dangerous and can bring coma or kill them ( without insulin there are no life for type 1 )


Yes, very dangerous for type 1. Insulin is required to regulate for ketones bodies production (overproduction).



posted on May, 19 2015 @ 07:37 PM
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originally posted by: PeterMcFly
a reply to: anonentity



The answer seems to be always the same Dairy Dairy Dairy.


I often hear these theories about dairy product being not good at all for human. However my studies in anthropology have taught me that human have evolved during a long time and adapted to use of dairy products. A much longer time of adaptation than the relatively recent "adaptation" to carb diet. For a long time, and there are some tribes left as of today, human have been herdsman. Take the Maasai people for example, they seem of very good health.



Humans do not uptake much out of the dairy though it is only Whey which is any good, also pasteurisation kills all of the beneficial bacteria. the calcium is extremely low in picolinate as well as it not being absorbable when it is in water yet they tell us it is the most absorbable form of calcium. then you have got the high oestrogen content and the toxicity of the growth hormones and anti biotics in our bodies.

Bit worrying that you have done all this research and not read about these things.



posted on May, 19 2015 @ 07:39 PM
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a reply to: anonentity

research hawthorn fruit this has chemicals that mimic the job of the bile acids and removes a lot of fat



posted on May, 19 2015 @ 10:00 PM
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originally posted by: jinni73

originally posted by: PeterMcFly
a reply to: anonentity



The answer seems to be always the same Dairy Dairy Dairy.


I often hear these theories about dairy product being not good at all for human. However my studies in anthropology have taught me that human have evolved during a long time and adapted to use of dairy products. A much longer time of adaptation than the relatively recent "adaptation" to carb diet. For a long time, and there are some tribes left as of today, human have been herdsman. Take the Maasai people for example, they seem of very good health.



Humans do not uptake much out of the dairy though it is only Whey which is any good, also pasteurisation kills all of the beneficial bacteria. the calcium is extremely low in picolinate as well as it not being absorbable when it is in water yet they tell us it is the most absorbable form of calcium. then you have got the high oestrogen content and the toxicity of the growth hormones and anti biotics in our bodies.

Bit worrying that you have done all this research and not read about these things.


The thing to remember is what other animal on earth, drinks another mammals milk, that's designed for its young, well into adulthood. The hormones, and growth hormones are designed to get a calf into adulthood as fast as possible. Humans don't need them when they are adult. But they are becoming a major part of our diet.

The other thing to remember, is that it has been proven that meat at about ten per cent of the diet is adequate, milk is liquid meat, and highly acidic. The only way the human body can get the ph. back to normal is by leaching alkaline calcium out of the bones . So the fact is milk will cause bone loss, because the calcium in milk is tied up with the casein.

Its very hard telling people what they don't want to hear, especially with regards to cows milk . The health effects of cows milk are multiplied ten times when it comes to cheese and butter . The hormone related cancers , the age that hormone related cancers are developing in humans is getting younger and younger. Now twenty seven is not uncommon, these are the results of the milk shake generation . But the heart and blood pressure problems with regards to this toxic crap will probably get you first.



posted on May, 19 2015 @ 10:31 PM
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a reply to: InFriNiTee

Sorry for not reading the whole post, it's not natural, but have you heard of islet cell transplant? Basically taking any cells possible from the pancreas, putting them into your liver, and your liver takes over your insulin production.



posted on May, 19 2015 @ 10:53 PM
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... and highly acidic. The only way the human body can get the ph. back to normal is by leaching alkaline calcium out of the bones.


Yes and no! It is true that high meat diet is highly acidic. Ketone bodies by themselves are acidic. However the human body have more choice than only leaching Ca from the bones. There is the bicarbonate buffering, the respiratory compensation, and also the renal compensation. On top of that, a conscientious dieter will follow closely its urine pH and regulate it by adding, as required to it's diet, highly basifying vegetables like Brussels sprout, and if carb is not a problem, bananna is also very basifying.



posted on May, 19 2015 @ 11:04 PM
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originally posted by: PeterMcFly
a reply to: anonentity



... and highly acidic. The only way the human body can get the ph. back to normal is by leaching alkaline calcium out of the bones.


Yes and no! It is true that high meat diet is highly acidic. Ketone bodies by themselves are acidic. However the human body have more choice than only leaching Ca from the bones. There is the bicarbonate buffering, the respiratory compensation, and also the renal compensation. On top of that, a conscientious dieter will follow closely its urine pH and regulate it by adding, as required to it's diet, highly basifying vegetables like Brussels sprout, and if carb is not a problem, bananna is also very basifying.



True but a long time, on carbs and dairy, have the habit of pushing the blood sugars up, and a small rise of say six to seven compromises the immune system by a massive 25 per cent. Just a fat coating of the pancreas, is enough to compromise insulin supply. The ridiculous rise in Type 2 over recent years , is obviously lifestyle.

But feeding kids on another mammals milk, because breast feeding, isn't cool . Might well start off, the body's autoimmune inflammatory response, then the myriad of weird diseases that we seem to be seeing. Including a killed off pancreas. High autism rates etc. Not to mention arthritis, theirs to much evidence pilling up, to get stuck into the cheese platter on a daily basis.
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posted on May, 19 2015 @ 11:27 PM
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True but a long time, on carbs and dairy, have the habit of pushing the blood sugars up...

From experience, the main "pusher" of blood sugar is carbs. But true also that lactose is a sugar (galactose and glucose), but at least it won't release fructose.

My reasons I doubt whole milk is so bad, is as I said, based on antropological work.
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posted on May, 19 2015 @ 11:38 PM
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Might well start off, the body's autoimmune inflammatory response, then the myriad of weird diseases that we seem to be seeing.

FYI, ketogenic diet is known to keep immune system in check (it is anti-inflammatory).



posted on May, 19 2015 @ 11:54 PM
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originally posted by: PeterMcFly
a reply to: anonentity


True but a long time, on carbs and dairy, have the habit of pushing the blood sugars up...

From experience, the main "pusher" of blood sugar is carbs. But true also that lactose is a sugar (galactose and glucose), but at least it won't release fructose.

My reasons I doubt whole milk is so bad, is as I said, based on antropological work.


Fair enough, but I think their is a great degree of misinformation, floating around, to obscure the facts and protect a multi million dollar industry, even Professors , will say they don't think Dairy is so bad ,but always with the proviso that too much of anything isn't good for you, where another professor in Denmark says you shouldn't touch it with a bargepole.

But the death rate before pasteurisation in Britain during the Victorian age was immense, because of non pulmonary tuberculosis. It Usually formed an abscess in the lower spine, and caused it to collapse . It was the main cause of death in children. Pre refrigeration it was usually adulterated with alum, because it smelt off because of the acidity due to its rotting, the alum brought the ph. level to neutral and stopped the smell, but left the consumer with a risk of ingesting to much Alum especially the kids. The History of this foodstuff is very dicey, but is obscured because of profit . Now the adulteration, is massive rise in hormones, due to milking pregnant cows and Monsanto's IGF 1. injection to boost the pregnant cows milk production. On another note it has a sophoric effect, the sheeple's disinterest is truly Bovine.



posted on May, 20 2015 @ 04:30 AM
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dollukka

Good job on you as a mom. I appreciate everything you're trying to do for your son. My mom has always been like you as well.

I will be giving ATS an update in the near future, and I will write a thread about it. I have made some progress towards not a cure exactly, but reducing the pathology of diabetes. I am type 1 for many years, and I have seen you on my threads.

Remember, I'm not a doctor, but I'm making some progress towards reducing the need for so much (ineffective) gmo insulin. Here's a clue-autoimmune diabetes is a TH1 disease. The TH1 branch of the immune system is hyper-active in type 1's. The other clue is that type 2 is a TH2 disease, and the TH2 in type 2 is hyper-active. See where this is going? If you can perfectly modulate the inflamed TH1 system in a type 1 diabetic, I believe this will be the cure. Same for type 2. Perfect modulation of TH2 in type 2 will be the cure for type 2.

Diabetes of both types is an INFLAMMATORY disease. Certain foods can boost or lower TH1 or TH2 or BOTH at the same time. Certain foods can modulate, or balance either TH1 or TH2 or BOTH at the same time. It's a very complex thing to figure out, but I want to get others to start researching some of the info I've found. I will not be posting that thread on ATS for some time, because I'm just at the beginning of my research in THIS area. I wish I had more info at this time, but I will keep ATS as updated as I can.

There is a website that I found called the Marshall Protocol Research (the Autoimmunity Research Foundation). The link is:
mpkb.org...

On the Marshall Protocol web page, they have not helped anyone with type 1 diabetes as of yet. They say that they have actually cured type 2. They theorize that their protocol would help type 1 diabetics, if they could find a type 1 willing to give it a shot. I want to, but that's not at the top of my list at the moment.

Something anyone with type 1 diabetes should strongly look into is Pine Bark Extract. I can't say much more at this time, because like I said, I'm only at the beginning of starting this branch of research.



posted on May, 20 2015 @ 11:15 PM
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a reply to: InFriNiTee

This post has just made me do a blood test for sugar loll. About two hours after a meal of fried rye bread, a banana, two coves of garlic, and a mushroom, with an egg done in olive oil the reading is 5.5 For anyone who's interested especially type 2's About eighteen months back, I was feeling, poorly and went to the Doc with a not stop supply of boils, after a blood test he said I had type 2 and gave me all the usual meds. I tried the meds. and they all had some disturbing long term side effects. So after finding a trial done in Arizona, that found that Acetic acid works as well as the Glucosamine. I stopped the Meds and took two capfuls in eight ounces of water with every meal, and at night before bed mixed in some Metamucil. Observing the Blood sugar readings every couple of hours, the readings started to fall immediately. I then cut out Dairy, and then within a couple of weeks the weight started to come off, and the Blood pressure readings that were 180/90 started to fall and stabilised at 117/78. Apart from a thousand mg of vitamin C a day that's about it, I gave up honey in my coffee , and started to eat sensibly. Type 2 is about lifestyle pure and simple .

I am sure my biggest mistake was using honey to sweeten my coffee , its not called Diabetes Mellitus for nothing. Mellitus means honey and its been associated with high sugar for thousands of years. I now check the readings every couple of weeks and its been stable. The main thing that type 2's get is Syndrome X. High blood pressure readings, high Blood sugar, and a reduced immune system due to the high Blood sugar. Hence in my case the boils, which stopped a long time back. I've probably dropped about fifteen kilos, I miss the cheese . But their are Non dairy cheeses, and Organic Soya milk which is just as good . Just thought I'd mention.



posted on May, 21 2015 @ 12:31 AM
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Look into what I was saying though. According to the Marshall Protocol (linked above) type 2 diabetes is caused by an overactive TH2 system. There's a whole list of things that stimulate TH2. Caffeine is one of them. The way I understand it, someone with type 2 should try to eat foods that stimulate the TH1 system. The opposite is true for Type 1's. The key to it all is that you want to balance that immune system to get rid of the inflammation.

I know that type 1 diabetes is an inflammatory disease. I have inflammation in my back consistently. I looked up where the pancreas is located, and that's where it hurts. If you can find a way to totally balance the inflammatory problems (be it TH1 over activity, or TH2 over activity) I believe the disease will be cured.

I haven't gone to have all the blood work done to see where my immune system is at these days. It costs quite a bit, and money is already very tight for me at this time. In the future, I will have all the tests done, and hopefully over time balancing my diet will get rid of the CAUSE of the diabetes. I don't honestly believe that type 1's have all the beta cells burned out. I have noticed less need for the gmo insulin when I eat things that are more in line with the TH2 stimulation. When I eat things that are TH1 stimulators, I notice that I have insulin resistance that's off the charts! Also, the inflammation gets far worse. It's just food for thought (no pun intended!) at this time. I found out that they just started researching this link around 1996. It's the cutting edge, the things I'm looking at.



posted on May, 21 2015 @ 12:58 AM
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originally posted by: anonentity
a reply to: InFriNiTee

Organic Soya milk which is just as good . Just thought I'd mention.


Soy is a poison unless fermented no one should have this in their food stay well away it changes your hormones 60% of food contains soy.



posted on May, 21 2015 @ 01:05 AM
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Bisphenol-A (plastic ingredient that 9/10 of Americans are infected with) also alters your hormones. In men, it creates an abundance of "plant estrogen". The molecule fits into estrogen receptors, and if a man gets enough of it-they can grow to be much more feminine (higher-pitched voice, and more feminine in general). Plastic is used way too much today. I guess it's the "cost" of saving on shipping, etc. There are some people out there that say that there are certain plant ingredients which can block estrogen. Sulphophene (spelling?) out of broccoli is one of them.

Edit: BPA also promotes diabetes, in some clinical studies.
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posted on May, 21 2015 @ 02:04 AM
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Just have a think on what could be the major thing causing an inflammatory response, a foreign protein, in a polluted staple. Always look for the simplest cause first, as 90% of the time that's the cause. According to the gnome study only 10% of illness is inherited . That leaves diet, and infectious diseases . If the Diet is compromised then the low immune system lets infection start. Since 75% of the immune system is in the gut, then the flora might be the next thing to focus on. Seeding gut flora seems to be a winner.




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