Type 2 Diabetes
Conventional wisdom says: Insulin resistance is a hereditary disease that is incurable.
Now The Calcium Lie 2 reveals:
Type 2 diabetes is most often reversible if the body’s balance of essential minerals is restored, and if the disease is caught early enough. It is caused by nutritional mineral deficiencies and imbalances, poor protein digestion, as well as improper eating habits, and nutritionally deficient foods, and is very rarely a hereditary disease.
Here’s some additional information you’ll learn about Type 2 diabetes by reading The Calcium Lie by Dr. Robert Thompson and Kathleen Barnes.
– Type 2 diabetes is most often reversible, if managed through an appropriate nutritional approach within the first two years. Dr. Robert Thompson, co-author of The Calcium Lie, has personally treated more than 100 patients with clinically diagnosed Type 2 diabetes of less than two years duration. In every case, by obtaining the proper level of essential minerals and other nutrients each patient was lacking, their diabetes was reversed. (If the diagnosis is five years old or less, the diabetes is still sometimes reversible.)
– A hair tissue mineral analysis (HTMA) is an essential tool in determining the precise state of an individual’s mineral deficiencies and imbalances, so that an effective treatment for managing and even reversing Type 2 diabetes can be achieved.
– Chromium (in the correct form) is one of the essential minerals needed by the body in order to process sugars and use insulin.
– Hypoglycemia is a form of insulin resistance in which your brain is “starving” for glucose, a condition which becomes Type 2 diabetes if left untreated.
– Contrary to conventional wisdom (including that within the medical community) insulin resistance is only very rarely a hereditary illness. Most often it is a result of a nutritional disease, a result of eating habits and nutritionally deficient food which fail to provide our bodies with the proper levels of essential minerals and nutrients needed for full health.
– Excess calcium and mineral deficiencies in the body result in an inability of cells to get the essential amino acids and glucose needed for optimal health. (Fat cells are the exception, as they are still able to obtain glucose.) The result is an escalating craving for sugary foods weight gain, and further resistance to the insulin needed for proper functioning of the cells.
– The body’s insulin receptors can be regenerated through proper nutrition over time, taking the right supplements correctly, and by increasing your intake of sodium and other essential trace minerals through natural sea salt, rock salt, and balanced ionic mineral supplements.
– New: Type 2 diabetes was once called “Adult Onset Diabetes,” but we are seeing more and more cases of metabolic failure in young children and teenagers. Obesity is the common factor among almost every single child with Type 2 diabetes and, even before they become obese and insulin resistant, almost all of these children have Type 2 hypothyroidism.
To learn more about Type 2 diabetes, read The Calcium Lie 2.