People with Type 2 Diabetes are noninsulin-dependent.
With Type 2 Diabetes, the body either resists the effects of the insulin hormone that control the amount of sugar into your cells, or it doesn't produce enough insulin to maintain a proper glucose level.
I believe that I can help you get rid of this killer disease. Read on..
The True Causes Of Type 2 Diabetes
Type 2 Diabetes occurs when the liver loses its sugar reserve. This happens when you have a fatty or sluggish liver. When this happens, your adrenals will release Epinephrine (adrenaline), and this will damage your pancreas. Eventually, your pancreas will not be able to make enough insulin.
This condition is reversible.
The triggers to Type 2 diabetes:
An inappropriate diet is always one of the causes
An attack by a pathogen such as a virus
Heavy metals, and other toxins in the person's body
When this happens, your liver is too tired to keep its storage of glucose (glucagon), and diabetes Type 2 develops.
This is not yet understood by modern "experts", and it will be a few years before they catch up.
What Should Be Done
Your diet should be changed. Most of my Type 2 diabetic customers tell me that their diet is very good. I can assure that it is not. In all the years since 1993 when I started giving consultations, I am yet to see one person with Type 2 Diabetes who had the precise diet to fight this condition.
The virus that is damaging the pancreas should be eliminated
Heavy metals, and other toxins should be eliminated from the body. These are present in everybody: mercury, lead, copper, arsenic, aluminum, nickel, cadmium and other deadly metals + plastics, radiation, chlorine, fluoride, pesticides, herbicides, fungicides, cleaning solvent, etc.. Those feed cancers, viruses, bacteria and cause inflammation
This is the advice I offer during my consultations (see below).
Type 1 & 1.5 Diabetes
A recovery from Type 1,or 1.5, Diabetes depends on the damage that your pancreas has suffered. If not too much harm has already been done, you may still recover from this condition, or I may be able to help you stop its progression. No guarantee.
What Happens With Type 1 Diabetes?
With Type 1 diabetes our pancreas is attacked by a virus, or has been physically damaged. As a result:
The pancreas is so damaged that it is (hopefully only temporarily) unable to produce enough or any insulin
Unlike what we are told, Type 1 diabetes is NOT an autoimmune disease. Your body will never, ever attack itself
You may be able to Recover From Type 1 or 1.5 Diabetes
What needs to be done with Type 1 Diabetes is to use special foods and herbs to remove the virus, and also make sure that this virus has no other food to eat (yes, viruses need toxic foods to survive). This is done this way:
Go on a strict diet to remove the foods feeds that feeds the virus, and increase the foods that kills the virus
Remove the following heavy metals that are most likely present in your body: mercury, lead, copper, arsenic, aluminum, nickel, cadmium, etc..
Remove these that you have accumulated over many years: plastics, radiation, chlorine, fluoride, pesticides, herbicides, fungicides, cleaning solvent
I explain in great details how to do the above in my consultation (see below).
Type 1 or 1.5 diabetes are much more difficult to cure as the pancreas is damaged. For those who suffer from this condition, I recommend our trips to visit psychic surgeon Laurence as part of our group trip. These conditions are explained during the lectures and/or consultation included in the group trips.
Examples of Some Foods That Damage The Pancreas & Liver
Eggs - probably the most deadly
Soy products that are not organic: miso, soy milk, soy nuts, soy sauce, textured vegetable protein (TVP), soy protein powder, artificial meat products made from soy, etc..
Canola oil - mainly genetically modified
Natural flavoring added to a product by the suppliers
+ many, many more food that diabetic people eat routinely
Book a consultation with naturopath Patrick Hamouy
I specialize in helping people with most diseases but "Cancer" is my forte.
The consultation will last up to two hours face to face on the internet + about three hours for Patrick to tailor your recommendations prior to your chat. You will get a full written report on what to do + 1 month support after the consultation.