Is There A Cure for Type 2 Diabetes?

Is there a New Treatment for Diabetes 2

e.g., A Natural Cure for Type 2 Diabetes?

Since I research any product before recommending it,  I did go looking around the Internet for some research projects that would detail whether or not is there a cure for type 2 Diabetes.

Here is what I found…..read an article about a 6 week study that cures type 2 diabetes.   Just keep reading!  The headline was:

British Doctors say they have documented that there is a cure for type 2  Diabetes and published their results.

If there is a cure for type 2 diabetes then the digestive system can function normally.
If there is a cure for type 2 diabetes then the digestive system can function normally.

I read through the article then clicked on the provided link for the American Diabetes Association and searched to find the supporting documentation and a copy of the study:

Reversal of type 2 diabetes: normalization of beta cell function in association with decreased pancreas
and liver triacylglycerol

Unfortunately this study  was not listed at The American Diabetes Association in any of their research results.

What was listed were requests for donations to “Fight diabetes” and numerous studies by drug companies  and diabetic testing suppliers listing their studies and results.

Here is a link I found where you can go and read the entire study or even download the PDF document detailing all the work done in the British study.

Reversal of type 2 diabetes and  Normalization of Beta Cells

So I decided to include the following article which inspired my search for

verification that there is a cure for type 2 diabetes.

 “World of Medicine” is scamming people – and even worse: with the help of “law-makers!”

“written by Matt Traverso London, England Friday, December 23, 2011,

It seems that “money” (as usual) has blinded doctors and medical practitioners to the degree that they are now willingly *suppressing* the truth regarding diabetes – its control, management, and even its cure!

That’s right: I said it …“cure!”

And this should shock you even more:It seems that it’s against the law to say the word “cure” when describing anything that actually cures you.

Yet it’s very much okay to say that something “treats” or helps “offset” the symptoms of some health condition or disease.

But if you say “cure” (and even including when you in fact have a real and bona fide cure for something and can even prove it!) you can get arrested.

Ever wonder why no one ever talks about “curing diabetes”?

Everyone seems to be content with finding ways to “control diabetes” or “live with diabetes”.

And for good reason.

It’s simply because no one’s out to “cure” anyone because there’s little money in doing so.

Instead, keeping you sick and marginally pain-free is all anyone’s really out to do for you these days – as doing so means you being “forced” to buy all the same drugs over and over again, and again, and … (you get the point!)

Of course, if a cure came along it would mean you buy it one time, and then you’re cured – and that’s that (over and done!)

Listen, if somebody showed you how to cure diabetes… they wouldn’t make very much money off of you.

Right?

But if somebody invents a pill or a shot that helps you live with diabetes… they’ll get your money week-after-week, month-after-month, year-after-year until the day you die.

Make sense?

In fact, there’s a saying in the drug industry:

Cures Kill Profits!

I don’t know about you, but I don’t want to have to depend on some big drug company to keep me alive and comfortable just so I can give them more of my hard-earned money every month.

I’d much rather take control of my own health and find a way to banish diabetes.

Now a number of doctors, medical scientists and researchers armed with “real answers” and “real solutions” are stepping up and are NOT afraid of “Uncle Big-Bully Brother!”

One courageous fellow by the name of Matt Traverso is doing exactly this!

Not only that, but Matt Traverso has lectured and personally helped individuals beat the disease to the point that proven sufferers have actually gotten re-diagnoses as “no longer having the disease at all!”

(Something that’s pretty much always been ruled out as a possibility altogether! – and now which may even be against the law!)

But why don’t we hear about this information from the American Diabetes Association?

The truth is, the American Diabetes Association is benefiting hugely from the current trend in diabetes.

They are funded by pharmaceutical companies who would lose out if people reversed thier diabetic conditions.

The treatment of Diabetes brings in over

$10 Million Dollars EVERY SINGLE HOUR of the day

to Doctors, Pharmaceutical companies, and testing supply businesses.

With that kind of money at stake Big Pharmacy is going to extreme lengths to silence information about natural cures and alternatives for treating diabetes.

Therefore it’s not certain how long Matt will be allowed to continue to offer this program.  So, if you’re wise and want to find out about this while it’s still possible for you to do so, then just visit this link now:

How to Reverse Diabetes Learn How To Defeat Diabetes And Take Back Your Life And Health.

But don’t be surprised if one day soon you return to find this site completely removed or this page removed because of our reference to Diabetes 2 Cure. 

End of the article!

 

Even though the study only involved limited number of people, they were matched with approximately the same number of healthy people without diabetes who participated in the short study.

It was very closely supervised and at the end of the study all participants had functioning pancreases and Normal Blood Glucose Readings. 

This is the first sentence in their closing summary:

“Normalization of both beta cell function and hepatic insulin sensitivity in type 2 diabetes was achieved by dietary energy restriction alone.”

Translated into plain talk this means that the pancreas was producing insulin, blood sugar levels became normal and the cells were able to use the sugar for energy so they were no longer insulin insensitive.  All this was achieved by a very low calorie diet (energy restriction)…alone.

My Thoughts About the Above Article

This article is a little on the strong side for my taste.  At times it almost read like a Snake Oil sales pitch with a little to much emphasis on Doctors being interested in keeping you sick and prescribing expensive medications. 

I know from personal experience that many

Caregivers play an important role in the treatment of type 2 diabetes
Caregivers play an important role in the treatment of type 2 diabetes

physicians will prescribe a diet and exercise

before prescribing medication unless your diabetes is already so bad that it is necessary.

So if you are interested in a new treatment described as a cure for type 2 diabetes  that may end your imprisonment by Diabetes:

Click Here. and read the information presented.

It has been proven over and over, that you have to be in charge of your health.  One of the ways to do it is to keep a positive attitude,  keep yourself up to date with treatments and maybe a better way of doing things.

Living your life categorized as a “Diabetic” isn’t fun and you need every bit of assistance that you can find to make a change.  If you are interested in  facts and figures and endless references then download and read the report compiled by the English physicians or else click on the other link provided and get some of the information there.

What did you think of Matt Travis’s article?  Feel free to comment below and share your thoughts.

C.

P.S. You can download the pdf version of the study: Reversal of type 2 diabetes and Normalization of Beta Cells

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Blood Sugar Control and SALsalate-Will it Help?

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While doing some online research about blood sugar control and type 2 diabetes I ran across an article written by Patrick J. Skerrett and posted on the Harvard Health Blog. Mr. Skerrett was describing his participation in a recent study where the final results are now posted by ClinicalTrials.gov.

Needless to say, it got me to thinking. I was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes more than thirty years ago and have basically used a reasonable diet and exercise to control my blood sugar without taking any diabetic based medication.

However, during this time period, I either took plain old aspirin or Naproxen Sodium an aspirin based drug used to control inflammation. They were prescribed by my health care giver to reduce the pain and inflammation for a hip injury I received in a car accident.

The particular drug targeted in the study is SALsalate another aspirin based drug. Since the study seems to show that participants in the study benefited with lower blood sugar levels even though many of them also had an average weight gain of approximately 2 pounds, I began to wonder if my efforts to control my blood sugar levels using just a diet and exercise had been secretly assisted by my use of aspirin and Naproxen Sodium.

I continue to take the Naproxen daily, always making sure to take it with food and even with those precautions, I have had  two lesions removed from my colon.
No one directly advised me to stop taking the Naproxen, didn’t even relate it to the lesions, but since digestive problems are listed as a side effect for this drug….it got me to thinking, so I did some research which I listed below in study information.

The stated purpose of the study was stated as follows:

” Purpose

Growing evidence over recent years supports a potential role for low grade chronic inflammation in the pathogenesis of insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes. In this study we will determine whether salsalate, a member of the commonly used Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drug (NSAID) class, is effective in lowering sugars in patients with type 2 diabetes. The study will determine whether salicylates represent a new pharmacological option for diabetes management. The study is conducted in two stages. The primary objective of the first stage is to select a dose of salsalate that is both well-tolerated and demonstrates a trend toward improvement in glycemic control. The primary objective of Stage 2 of the study is to evaluate the effects of salsalate on blood sugar control in diabetes; the tolerability of salsalate use in patients with type 2 diabetes (T2D); and the effects of salsalate on measures of inflammation, the metabolic syndrome, and cardiac risk.”

For your convenience the recently released report is available at Targeting INflammation Using SALsalate in Type 2 Diabetes (TINSAL-T2D)

I plan to call my caregiver and discuss this study and ask if I should be taking salsalate which seems to have fewer or no digestive upsets instead of the one I a now taking.

Since it is now 6:15 a.m. and she isn’t in her office, I’ll have to update later and reveal her recommendation.

Sometimes we get lucky and do things almost right! For my own information, I did a search on WikipediA and found this excerpt from an article:

“Salsalate is used to reduce pain and inflammation caused by conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, and related rheumatic conditions. Salsalate is also recommended by physicians as an anti-inflammatory alternative to naproxen, and ibuprofen for patients that have had minor stomach bleeding or stomach upset. It has also been used as an alternative to narcotic pain medicine for people with spinal disc protrusion.” Read complete article by clicking on the link below.

There is still a side effect on this drug related to the digestive system, so I’m not sure if changing what I’m taking will make a difference, but the positive is that there is documented information that indicates that there is a positive result when taking this drug to control inflammation for people with or without diabetes….suggesting that it helps reduce blood sugar and may even work as a pre-diabetes preventer.

For more information, I’d suggest reading the WikipediA article..many of the references cited there are unavailable to be listed here. Will Taking Salsalate Help control blood sugar Levels in Type 2 Diabetics

When you have diabetes it is always important to continue learning about diabetes.
Self Education should be part of regimen to control your blood sugar right along with your sugar control diet and exercise.
I still believe that You are What You Eat……..

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