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The historical Cause of Type 2 Diabetes is a food industry that requires a long shelf life. The biological cause is the removal of essential fats and oils, and their replacement with toxic substitutes. The cure is to consume natural ones.

Historical Cause

At the turn of the 20th century, food manufacturers needing a long shelf life for their manufactured food products, began removing the fats and oils because many fats and oils turn rancid quickly.

Also in the last century, substitutions from natural fats and oils were made. Margarine was promoted as a healthy substitute for butter. Crisco, the artificial shortening, was substituted for lard. Flax, coconut, and fish oils disappeared from market shelves.

At the turn of the 20th century, diabetes was so rare it was considered a curiosity. Today it affects over half our population and incapacitates 20%. It is not a contagious disease, which means something in our environment or lifestyle has changed. The removal of essential oils, and the consumption of toxic manufactured substitutes, parallels the rise of the diabetes epidemic.

According to Dr. Mercola, Type 2 diabetes is caused by consumption of high-fructose corn syrup. Stop consuming foods that contain it.

Biological Cause

Diabetes is classically known as a failure of the body to properly metabolize carbohydrates. Its defining symptom is high blood glucose or sugar (hyperglycemia). With our increased knowledge of metabolic processes, diabetes type 2 (also known as adult onset diabetes) appears to be a failure of the body to properly metabolize fats and oils. This failure results in a loss of effectiveness of insulin and in the consequent failure to metabolize carbohydrates. Making the latest medical research available to the public has been hampered by this outdated classical understanding.

Insulin, a hormone made by the pancreas, has the job of ushering the glucose from the blood and into the cells, either to be used as fuel, or to be stored as glycogen and fat. Diabetes Type 1 results from insufficient insulin production by the pancreas. Diabetes Type 2 results from cells that do not respond to the insulin. In both types, the blood-glucose level remains elevated, a condition leading to diseases such as blindness, gangrene, kidney disease, impotence, obesity, and nerve damage.

The problem of Diabetes Type 2 is not with the insulin; it is chemically the same in the normal and diabetic cases. The problem is with the hundred or so trillion cells that no longer respond to the insulin, so the pancreas produces more of it in an attempt to get the cells to consume the glucose. The result is too much insulin in the blood (hyperinsulinemia) which is also damaging to the body. The pancreas can become exhausted while trying to maintain abnormally high levels of insulin. After eating, the high level of glucose is often preceded and accompanied by high levels of insulin.

Cure for Type 2 Diabetes

The cause of diabetes Type 2 is the lack of essential fats and oils and their replacement with toxic substitutes; the cure is to stop consuming the toxic variety, and start consuming the natural non-toxic versions. Diabetes is a deficiency disease. This is also the means of prevention for diabetes Type 2. While you are at it, you must control your blood sugar level so that you cause no damage to your body. Some herbs may be useful for this.

There is evidence that diets high in omega-6 fatty acids produced insulin resistance. Your diet should have a balance of the omega-3 and omega-6 types (these two are considered essential fatty acids), but when you are healing from diabetes, you should consume mainly the omega-3 version using flax oil to make up for the long-term deficiency. After recovery, then take a balanced supplement.

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