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 such as mercury, lead, copper, arsenic, aluminium, nickel, cadmium and other deadly metals
- Other highly toxic products such as plastics, radiation, chlorine, fluoride, pesticides, herbicides, fungicides, cleaning solvent, etc… Those feed cancers, viruses, bacteria and cause inflammation.
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 many years before they catch up.