posted on Aug, 12 2021 @ 08:31 PM
How I understand it is that when you overexert yourself or hurt yourself, dying cells create cyanide compounds to attach to the sugar receptors to
lessen damage to other cells. Another words they lessen your energy to keep you from hurting yourself worse.
Some of these compounds are bad cyanides that permanently bind to the cells and increase cell death. Others dampen the sugar uptakes and are not
permanently bound to the cell, glucose is one of the things that can knock those thiocyanide or anthrocyanides and other similar berry based cyanides
off that are not permanently bound. That is why people who have insulin resistance often crave sweets and carbs. It helps get rid of the symptoms,
but unless those moderate cyanide compounds are expelled by the body they just circulate and reattach to a cell when the glucose is gone again.
A half teaspoon of mustard can stop leg cramps if you get them at night. IsoThiocyanates must have some regulatory metabolic processes that governs
their creation and it could be craving based, but I have not found what they are from researching them. Lots of foods hijack cravings though, when
you eat a lot of something it changes your enzymes and you get kind of addicted to the chemistry to keep the enzymes from bringing the levels to low
if you quit.
So, covid destroys cells and cyanide molecules are released killing more and more cells, which can lead to type 2 diabetes. Also if the cells killed
are needed to escort the cyanide out to be bound and excreted, permanent diabetis can result. If a cell is hyper-activated too long by too much
glucose, it can die and that also releases cyanide. It is a viscious cycle.
I kind of assimilated this from reading many articles about this and have no way of actually testing this to make sure it is correct, maybe in another
five years someone will test this hypothesis, it is the only thing I can think of that could create a diabetis that cannot be reversed without taking
certain meds to replace normal metabolic processes like some late stage diabetes seem to have happen.
So, yes, covid can possibly create diabetes.