ZuluTIME 145 | DIABETES SECRETS | THE TRUGH BEHIND TYPE ONE DIABETES
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1. What is Type One Diabetes and how big is the problem?
2. What is the root of the disease?
3. What is wrong with treating it like type two diabetes? What thrive Medicine has to offer.
1. What is Type One Diabetes and how bad is the problem?
Type one diabetes is an autoimmune disease against the cells in the body that make insulin making the body unable to process sugars/glucose appropriately.
Is an autoimmune disease.
The body’s own immune system destroys the cells that make insulin.
The patient’s blood contains antibodies against its own islet cells in the pancreas that usually make insulin.
Overtime cumulative destructions of the insulin secretion cells cause type one diabetes to turn into severe insulin deficiency whereupon symptoms typically occur.
3/4 of all cases are under 18 years old, The rate of growth is 5.3 % annually. And is supposed to double in between 2005 and 2030.
2. What is the root cause of Type one Diabetes?
There is a genetic tendency but what triggers the autoimmune attack is uncertain at this point? is it an Infectious trigger, or environmental agent that might play a role are wheat sensitivity, sensitivities to cow milk and low vitamin D.
Type 1 Diabetes can occur with other diseases like Hypothyroid diseases.
3. What is wrong with treating it like type two diabetes?
When insulin was first invented, there was a thought that Diabetes had been cured, however, this is far from the truth.
The blood glucose levels are in tight control through the coordinated actions between organs
The islet cells secrete insulin and the body stores the excess glucose in the liver. In Type One diabetes no insulin is secreted by the Islet Cells because they have been auto destroyed. and in Type two diabetes, there is insulin but it does not work. Is like the key is there but it does not open the lock.
So treating them the same is like treating a malfunction of the motor with an oil change.