How Diabetes Develops In a Person Over Time : And how it can be reversed in an even shorter time.

by Dr. Douglas Graham

Published: Thu, 15 Jan 2015
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The focus of this article will be on Type 2 Diabetes, as Type 1 Diabetes is literally something that people are born with, although the medical people have stretched that usage to include people who give themselves Type 2 Diabetes at a fairly young age because Type 1 used to be called 'Childhood Onset' or 'Infant Onset' Diabetes. You were literally born with it and the idea that if you are a young person you don't get Type 2 Diabetes is still hanging on, but it's not really true.

We are sicker than we have ever been in the history of humans. There are entire hospitals filled with children with cancer, whereas 35 years ago a child with cancer was an unheard of thing. Heart attacks are happening at ever younger ages. Diabetes, which used to be a condition that didn't happen to people until they were senior citizens and beyond, is now literally demonstrable in the population at any age.

the principle ... has to do with overload and recovery
We give it to ourselves more rapidly than we used to and we are sicker as a nation than we have ever been. In the case of type 2 Diabetes, essentially what happens is this: like all cells of the body, all functions of the body, the principle for becoming more efficient and effective, for becoming better, has to do with overload and recovery. If we use an organ, in this case the pancreas, it should get better at doing its job and this happens in a state of health and proper use. What we find happens with improper use is that the organ's ability to function is impaired. It will go down, where machines wear out and a lot of times people refer to the body as a machine. The body IS NOT a machine. It is an organism: where machines wear out from use, organisms thrive upon use.

The body IS NOT a machine. It is an organism: where machines wear out from use, organisms thrive upon use.
Organisms wear out from misuse, abuse, lack of use and in this case misuse of the pancreas. An overuse of the pancreas is that we call on the pancreas again and again and again. Like any part of the body, if we overload, but we do not allow sufficient recovery, then what we see is a decrease, an impairment of function. This is totally true in the case of Diabetes in terms of function and so the pancreas's ability to function is decreased, it becomes limited. Now the same use becomes even more stressful and the ability to function goes down and down and down until eventually full-blown Diabetes symptoms are present.

Organisms wear out from misuse, abuse, lack of use and in this case misuse of the pancreas.
Basically, what is understood in the medical world is this is pancreatic failure and yet, in fact, what it is, is we are simply supplying conditions to the body that make it impossible for the pancreas to keep up. If we alter the conditions in almost every instance, what we see is that the pancreas is still there doing its job, it's just doing it in such a hampered way and hindered way, such an ineffective way that it wasn't enough compared to the lifestyle we were leading. We change the lifestyle, health is the default condition and the body reverts back to health.


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