Issue: Are New Beta Cells Being Created?

One of the puzzling issues surrounding Type I diabetes is why new beta cells are not made by the body. If they were made by the body, and if the cause of the diabetes went away (such as the body cleaning out abnormal proteins), the person’s diabetes would, over the years, go away.

However, as has been seen above, there are situations where any new beta cell will be killed by a virus or the immunity system as soon as they are made.

Because the pancreas is capable of healing itself, and because the cause of diabetes causes a lifetime dependency on insulin, it is highly possible that whatever causes diabetes stays in the body to continue killing new beta cells. This may include scars.

Bacteria, fungus, virus, etc. would certainly fit into this category, as would whatever causes auto-immune reactions. But almost all causes would fit in this category, including heavy metals and food allergies.

In dealing with Type 1 diabetes the patient must constantly ask themselves what may have caused their diabetes and why the body does not cure the diabetes itself.

One possible reason is that the immunity system simply cannot make beta cells. Actually, it may be that the body cannot make stem cells, which may be the cells that become new beta cells.

Stem cells are “undifferentiated” cells, meaning they have no features of any of the functional cells. The immunity system takes these “undifferentiated” cells and may convert them into “differentiated” cells that have function, namely beta cells.

Thus, if there is something, including diet, that prohibits the immunity system from making stem cells, this may indirectly lead to the body’s inability to make new beta cells.

In addition, items like scar tissue (e.g. fibrin) and heavy mucus may also prohibit the ability of the body to make new beta cells because the immunity system cannot move the stem cells to where beta cells would normally be created. Or the beta cells may be there, but not able to get their insulin to the blood stream. Vitalzym and Protocel would solve both of these problems.

If a food allergy is the reason new beta cells cannot be created, the food allergy must be identified and removed from the person’s diet. If this is not done immediately, any attempt to heal the pancreas may fail! In other words, the auto-immune system (i.e. the immunity system) will continue to kill beta cells at the same time a healing technique is trying to preserve and replace them. It is a battle that will be lost by the patient.

Step 1, in a diabetic treatment plan, might be to see a medical doctor or naturopath to see if the person is allergic to any foods!!! Make sure the doctor specializes in food allergies!!!! Food allergy specialists have progressed quite a distance over the past 30 years. It was known way back then, for example, that many mental illnesses were actually caused by food allergies. Food allergies fool the immune system, and may be a major root cause of type 1 diabetes.

Also, the blood can be checked for heavy metals (actually it is frequently the hair that is checked). Heavy metals can be removed with “chelation” or possibly “oral chelation” therapy. Do not make assumptions that “chelation” or “oral chelation” work, get the blood or hair checked again. Also remember that chelation removes a lot of good minerals, and these need to be replaced. The main source of these heavy metals seems to be vaccinations.

Time is critical. The longer the person is on insulin, and the longer the cause is not removed, the more damage is being done to the pancreas beta cells and the more complications are developing.




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