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Diabetes Research implicates the consumption of toxic fats and oils as the cause of Type 2 diabetes. It is a nutritional deficiency disease.

One study, reported here, showed that students consuming a high fat diet consisting of olive oil, butter, mayonnaise, and cream for two days, temporarily experienced insulin resistance, while a diet consisting of sugar, candy, pastries, white bread, baked potatoes, and other high carbohydrate foods, did not cause the insulin resistance. This showed that fat has more to do with diabetes than carbohydrates.

This above diabetes research is consistent with the conclusion of The China Study that correlated fat consumption with diabetes.

Another study from the Annals of the New York Academy of Science1 related the consumption of high levels of omega-6 with insulin resistance. But when omega-3 was added to balance the diet, the insulin resistance disappeared even though the fat content was not reduced.

Another study2 compared two diets with equal calories and fat content. The diet high in omega-6 fatty acids caused a much greater weight gain than the diet with omega-3. This was a difference between 225 and 150 pounds.

A researcher in Australia3 discovered that people with cells high in omega-6 and low in omega-3 fatty acids, were most likely to be obese and have insulin resistance. The greater the imbalance, the greater the problem.

It was found4 that Israeli Jews had higher rates of diabetes and obesity than Americans, even though they consume fewer calories and fats. Known as the "Jewish Paradox", it was thought to be due to their excessive consumption of omega-6 fatty acids in the form of linoleic acid. They consume more than any other population in the world.

According to Udo Erasmus, the complications of diabetes (blindness, blocked circulation leading to gangrene, heart attacks, etc.) resulting from impaired circulation, are all symptoms of fatty degeneration. "Diabetes is one of the easiest of 'incurable' diseases to cure, and even easier to prevent."5 He maintains that diabetics suffer from functional essential fatty acid (EFA) deficiency, in which the EFAs present in the fat tissue are not available for use. EFAs given to diabetics have the effect of reducing the need for insulin, indicating that insulin's effectiveness depends on them.

According to Cell Magazine, omega-3 fatty acids exert broad anti-inflammatory effects and mediates insulin sensitization.

Other theories
Many diseases respond to seemingly unrelated treatments which may bring about a cure indirectly. The following theories might fall into this category.

There is one website (which provides references) that claims that diabetes is caused by DDT and other pollutants which concentrate in the fatty tissues, and recommends you stop consuming milk. If this theory is true, since diabetes seems to respond to the consumption of omega-3 oils, this may be because omega-3s dissolve fatty deposits containing the pollutants, allowing them to be flushed.

Another website claims that diabetes is caused by fungus in the food, and their toxins. That site recommends you take an antifungal, and reduce your consumption of fungus bearing grains.

This website chronicles six americans with "incurable" diabetes who were able to get off of insulin within 30 days by simply switching to a raw food diet.

1. Hainault, M. Carolotti, E. Hajduch, C. Guichard, and M. Lavau
Fish oil in a high lard diet prevents obesity, hyperlipemia, and adipocyte insulin resistance in rats
Ann NY Acad Sci 1993 683: 98-101
2. Ikemoto, S., et al.
High-fat diet-induced hyperglycemia and obesity in mice: Differential effects of dietary oils.
Metabolism, 1996; 45(12): 1539-1546
3. Storlien, L.H.
Skeletal muscle membrane lipids and insulin resistance.
Lipids 1996; 31 (Supplement): S-261-265
4. Yam, D., et al.
Diet and disease, the Israeli paradox; possible dangers of a high omega-6 polyunsaturated fatty acid diet.
Isr J Med Sci, 1996; 32: 1134-1143
5. Erasmus, Udo
Fats that Heal, Fats that Kill, p. 342.
Alive Books, publisher. www.alive.com




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