Saturday, August 4, 2018

Diabetes, Insulin, and Water-Regulation:

Diabetes, Insulin, and Water-Regulation:

You have two kinds of diabetes; Type-1 diabetes is the autoimmune, kind in which interleukin-6 destroys the beta-cells, particularly in children because children do not have a great amount of water reserve in their body.

The body immediately goes into the next phase of reaction which is an autoimmune disease. Now, in the elderly, insulin-independent diabetes, type-2 diabetes, (that now we are seeing among children as well, teenagers), is caused by dehydration. We should consider the pancreas to be a regulator of water balance in the different, environments of the cell.

It produces insulin, and once the insulin gates are opened by insulin, sugar goes in and takes water with it; amino acids go in and take water with them. Other minerals go in because of that gate and take water with them. Now, in a dehydrated state, that is an embarrassment to the circulation, because don’t forget, the circulation cannot afford to lose water to the cell—it has to draw water out of the cells. So the mechanism that brings water to the pancreas, prostaglandin-E, which is a water regulator of the body, it’s one of the subs- hormones of the body has a direct impact on beta cells and inhibits their insulin production and release.

If you give water and you give salt (which are anti-histamines), you nullify the effect of histamine, you don’t produce prostaglandin-E and the hold on the insulin-producing mechanism will go away and you produce insulin. So, all people with type-2 diabetes can get relief very quickly if they begin to drink water, take salt and other minerals the body needs. Does that make sense? I’ve seen quite a lot of dramatic results in people with severe diabetes, 600-700 milligrams per 100 cc, they’re completely recovered, their sugar has come down to 80-90 milligrams. This is a mechanism involved in this system. In type-1 diabetes, insulin-dependent diabetes, it is this interleukin-6 that destroys or ‘guts’ the beta cells of the pancreas, and insulin production is diminished.

Now, even in this type of diabetes, if you give the person water, you won’t get the complications that are associated or acknowledged to be because of diabetes, that is plaque formation, retinopathy, and all of those will not occur because they are actually dehydration-produced, not diabetes-produced.

And insulin production, insulin need will diminish. I have had a person who was using 90 units of insulin, now he’s using 36 units of insulin in 24 hours. He had retinopathy, and that’s gone. They wanted to amputate his legs, and that’s no longer needed. He’s totally recovered from the complications of diabetes, which are actually complications of dehydration itself.

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