Originally posted by YogaGinns
Can this change to wheat, a diet staple, really be a factor that has increased the waistlines of the average North American and caused an explosion in
the number of people diagnosed with type 2 diabetes?
Every Type 2 diabetic in this country is told to get more exercise and that some Type 2 diabetics have 'cured' themselves by getting more exercise.
Specifically Cardio Exercise.
There are 4 things necessary for someone to get Cardio Exercise. Three Physical and one Mental.
1.) Muscle Movement/Muscle Building
- to get Cardio Exercise, you have to be able to move. Anything that keeps someone from being able to move
their muscles effectively will keep them from being able to get the exercise needed to burn off their blood sugar and 'cure' themselves of Type 2
diabetes. A potassium deficiency, which can cause muscle atrophy and is the vitamin necessary for muscle maintenance is one. People with chronic
diarrhea can get many vitamin and mineral deficiencies. That's why treating food poisoning is so important. The long term effects of untreated
Salmonella poisoning are poorly documented. Other things could be arthritis and musculo-skeletal diseases/syndromes.
2.) Blood Flow/Circulation
- anyone with any kind of circulatory or heart problem won't be able to get enough oxygen and nutrients to their
muscles to be able to get the exercise needed to burn off their blood sugar and 'cure' themselves of Type 2 diabetes.
And this is the kicker...
- you have to be able to breathe to get Cardio Exercise. Every single person I know that has been diagnosed with Type 2
diabetes has symptoms of Oxygen Deprivation and Altitude Sickness.
I bet you're wondering, how do you get Altitude Sickness at sea level
or only a couple of hundred feet above seas level when most people only get diagnosed with it if they are higher than 10,000 feet up? Well, Altitude
Sickness is caused by a lack of air pressure. When someone is pulled off the side of a mountain with symptoms, they used to get put in a hospital and
into a hyperbolic chamber. They didn't add any extra oxygen, they just increased the air pressure. Anyone with a breathing problem where they can't
get enough positive air pressure into their lungs will end up with the same symptoms as Altitude Sickness. And they will be fatigued and get winded
very easily. And not be able to get the exercise needed to burn off their blood sugar and 'cure' themselves of Type 2 diabetes.
Oh, and oxygen-deprived muscles don't burn off any blood sugar.
And get this: people that have been put on extra Oxygen, that don't have a Lung Disease or Cancer, are wide awake, up, and bouncing off the
Of course, if you not getting enough oxygen, you'll end up with problems in:
- you have to be Motivated to get more exercise. Things like Depression, Post-Traumatic Stress, Allergies, or even Harassment
can interfere with your Motivation.
How many Type 2 Diabetics that you know have been treated for problems in those 4 areas?
None that I know of.
But yet, these Doctors are more than happy to take everyone's money (including your insurance company's) but don't accomplish anything. No Doctor has
ever 'cured' someone of Type 2 Diabetes. But people have been 'cured' of it.
It's hard to get exercise if your body doesn't have the ability to get exercise. Problems in one or more of those 4 areas is what's keeping around 20
million people just in the U.S. alone from getting enough exercise to 'cure' themselves of Type 2 Diabetes..
No, it's not a Type 2 Diabetes Epidemic we have in this country.
It's a Greedy and Incompetent Doctor Epidemic we have in this country.
You can eat just about anything if you get enough exercise.
edit on 25-6-2012 by CryHavoc because: (no reason given)