Markus Rothkranz on “The Real Cause of Diabetes”

What is the real cause of diabetes? Sugar and carbs are not good for you, but they are not the cause of the disorder. They are more of an antagonist to the development of the disorder, they put pressure on the body where there is already a weak spot.

Pretty much everything you eat turns into sugar in some form. Once it is in the body, it can be called a wide array of sugar related terms. In the normal body, once sugar is in the blood stream, the pancreas releases insulin. The receptors in the body tell the pancreas how much insulin to release in order to neutralize the amount of excess sugar in the blood stream.

Once insulin is released into the blood stream, it attaches to the sugar. The sugar then touches a cell. The cell sucks in the sugar and uses it as fuel.

One of the reasons for the development of diabetes is animal products. The fat from animals is full of saturated fat and cholesterol. This fat clogs up the insulin receptors and causes them to malfunction. It also prevents the cells from absorbing the sugar and utilizing it as fuel.

When sugar sits in the body too long, it goes bad, just as it would if it were sitting in a wet bowl on the counter. This unused sugar feeds bacteria and viruses. What isn’t used is turned into fat for later storage.

While the problems associated with sugar may be a problem, they are not the major problem, just a symptom. The true problems is that the insulin receptors in the body are not working properly because they are clogged with animal fats and animal byproducts.

Markus also points out that scientific research has proven that the number one link to childhood diabetes, or type 1 diabetes, is milk. Doctors have told us for years that our children must have milk to grow and thrive, but it is also the primary reason our children are developing an irreversible form of diabetes.

The reason milk increases the risk of developing type 1 diabetes is because it is primarily made of animal fats, sugars, and lactose, which humans in general should limit, or avoid all together.

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Nov
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