Possible Cause #1 – Auto-immune Problems
By far the most common theory as to why type 1 diabetes forms is the destruction of the beta cells. There are several theories as to why this happens.
The generally accepted theory is that an “auto-immune” reaction of the body physically destroys the beta cells in the pancreas. In other words, abnormal proteins get into the blood and in the body’s attempts to destroy the proteins the beta cells in the pancreas are destroyed.
There are theories (some with very sold evidence) as to why these proteins get into the body. The theories with the most scientific evidence revolve around vaccinations or milk (i.e. dairy products) as being the cause of the abnormal proteins entering the body and triggering the auto-immune reaction.
Vaccinations are known to get all kinds of deadly and damaging things directly into the bloodstream, including abnormal proteins (triggering many different kinds of auto-immune diseases), and a wide variety of very undesirable molecules into our bodies.
Impurities in a vaccine are injected directly into the body, bypassing the digestive system’s ability to deal with them!! If these unnatural proteins are similar enough to normal cells or beneficial proteins in the body, the immune system, in attacking the unnatural molecules, may be fooled and start attacking the natural cells or beneficial proteins. This may also lead to the immunity system attacking the beta cells.
Here is a very good article on this subject:
Dr. Rebecca Carley, M.D. article [the article is on her main web page]
Dairy products can also get abnormal proteins and hormones into the blood stream. Dairy products are especially dangerous for children. There is very good evidence that some children who are fed cow’s milk at too young of an age (which applies to almost all children) can become allergic to cow’s milk. Because of the allergy the auto-immune system tries to destroy something in the milk – possibly BSA (bovine serum albumin), which is part of the whey protein – and in the process destroys the beta cells in the pancreas.
Whether proteins, such as BSA, are the only reason people become allergic to dairy products, is not known. There are a lot of junk molecules in dairy products caused by what cows are fed and what they are injected with.
Possible Cause #2 – Live Viruses
There have been many cases of Type 1 diabetes that happened at about the same time the patient had a viral illness. It is actually known that some cases of Type 1 diabetes are caused by a virus.
The best theory is that a virus, for some unknown reason, targets the beta cells. The virus probably targets the beta cell protein coating and attaches itself to the outside of the beta cell. At this point the attempt of the immunity system to kill the virus results in the accidental death of the beta cells.
This can be an ongoing problem for diabetics. The problem is that the virus is never killed and lives in the body for the entire life of the patient. As new beta cells are created by the pancreas, the beta cells are quickly killed because of the virus that lives in the body.
Where does this virus come from? It is possible it can come from a number of places, but the most likely place is vaccinations. When vaccines are made, the vaccine is only filtered for bacteria sized microbes. It is possible that if there are live viruses in the vaccine (some vaccines intentionally have live viruses in them, others do not intentionally have live viruses in them), the filters do not filter them out and they are injected direclty into the blood stream of the unsuspecting person.
Orthodox medicine does not believe microbes are pleomorphic, meaning they change forms. However, a large number of scientists have independently proven beyond any doubt that some microbes are pleomorphic. What this means is that a virus, a yeast, a fungus, a mould and a bacteria may be different forms of the same microbe!! This in fact has been shown to be true in some cases. Whether it is true in all cases is not yet known. There is actually a microbe smaller than a virus which has been proven to exist by several different people. This microbe is actually one of the pleomorphic forms and is the primitive or smallest form.
The signicance of this is that this microbe (sometimes called a “somatid” or “microzyma”) is virtually indestructible. Microzymas may be in the solution which will be made into a vaccine in both a bacterial, viral and microzyma state. The filters will filter out the microbes in the bacterial state, but not the ones in the viral state or microzyma state.
Because of the inexcusable ignorance of orthodox medicine for not studying this issue, many people have literally been injected with type 1 diabetes and other auto-immune diseases.
The microzyma is basically a virus in a state of hibernation. As just mentioned, it is indestructible. Once in the body of the patient, when the ambient pH around the microzyma is lowered it can morph into a virus.
In other words, even if the process of killing the viruses in the vaccine does kill all of the viruses, it is still possible for live viruses to get into the blood of the patient via the microzyma route.
Possible Cause #3: Scar Tissue or Fibrin or a Thick Mucus Covering the Beta Cells
In cases where scar tissue (i.e. fibrin, which is a type of scar tissue) or a thick mucus, is the cause of type 1 diabetes, the beta cells are in the pancreas, but they are covered with scar tissue or a thick mucus. Because the beta cells are covered up, the insulin made by the beta cells never reaches the blood stream.
There are several theories why this can happen. With scar tissue, the most plausible cause is an auto-immune problem in the body. EVen if the defective protein is in the body for a short time, during that time scar tissue can form during the attempt of the body to destroy it.
Possible Cause #4 – Food Allergies Other Than Dairy Products
Next we come to a more general theory of what causes type 1 diabetes – food allergies. While dairy proteins may be the most significant cause of food allergies, it is almost certain they are not the only cause.
Wheat, wheat glutan, bananas, and just about every other kind of food, have all been known to cause food allergies.
Basically, the body’s attempt to deal with the food allergy, whatever the allergy is, may accidentally destroy the beta cells in the pancreas.
Vaccinations can also come into play in this area. If the person is allergic to the base of the vaccine, such as chicken eggs, and this allergy triggers the auto-immune system, then the vaccination is causing the type 1 diabetes.
The interesting thing about food allergies is that when the food allergy is something a person eats, the person craves the very foods they are allergic to!!
For example, if a person is allergic to dairy products, they will crave every type of dairy product, from ice cream to cheese.
Possible Cause #5 – Inadequate Minerals to Make the Insulin
Insulin is not made by magic, it is made from other atoms and other molecules. If some of the key molecules are not available to a person’s body, the beta cells may be in the body, but the beta cells simply cannot manufacture insulin because it does not have the raw materials to do it. The most common theory as a mineral which may be involved in the manufacture of insulin is chromium.
Possible Cause #7 – Heavy Metals
Another theory is that heavy metals (generally mercury), such as in a vaccine or dental filling, either directly inhibit the ability of the pancreas to produce insulin due to the toxicity of the heavy metal (in this case the beta cells are not destroyed, they are simply unable to produce insulin) or there is some type of allergic reaction to the heavy metal.
Possible Cause #8 – Microbes Other Than Viruses
While a virus is a major cause of type 1 diabetes, there are several other microbes (or pleomorphic states of a single microbe) that may be possible causes of type 1 diabetes. Microbes are capable of getting inside of cells. In the case of cancer their presence causes the cell to become anaerobic. In the case of beta cells it is possible their presence stops the production of insulin.
It is known for example, that once a microbe gets inside a normal cell (not a beta cell), it blocks the Kreb’s Cycle, which in turn blocks the Electron Transport Chain. This is what causes the cell to become cancerous.
Should a microbe get inside of a beta cell, the drop in energy in the cell may prevent it from creating insulin.
Possible Cause #9 – Inflammations
Another major theory for a cause of type 1 diabetes, other than the auto-immune system, is inflammations. The presence of microbes or heavy metals in the pancreas may create inflammations that inhibit the ability of the beta cells to create or release insulin. In these cases, the beta cells are in the pancreas, they are just inhibited from creating or releasing insulin. The presence of microbes can definitely trigger the auto-immune system, but it is felt by some that inflammations in the pancreas, caused by microbes, can inhibit the beta cells by creating an inflammation in the pancreas. This type of inflammation can also be caused by food allergies.