Here's How To Avoid GMO Insulin From Shutting Down The Pancreas In Type 2 Diabetics Naturally
GMO insulin for Type 2 diabetes escalates the disease to Type 1 Diabetes. This can be avoided naturally with nutrition.
While you may have a choice avoiding GMOs (Genetically Modified Organisms) at the supermarket, you don’t have a choice avoiding GMOs if you have Type 1 or even Type 2 diabetes. Currently, millions of diabetics worldwide use synthetic, GMO insulin to regulate their blood sugar levels. Synthetic GMO insulin is made in both bacteria and yeast.
The traditional animal insulin used, sometimes called natural insulin or purified pork insulin, has been quietly phased out in the United States and Canada, and replaced by GMO insulin, often known as human or recombinant insulin.
GMO Insulin Is Man-Made
Historically animal insulin was used regularly for diabetes. However, today’s GMO insulin is synthetic.
The first purified insulin was derived in 1921 from a dog's pancreas. Then, in 1936, science found a way to make insulin with a slower release in the blood by adding protamine, a protein found in fish sperm, which the body would break down more slowly, Just one injection lasted 36 hours.
The next breakthrough came in 1950 when science produced insulin that acted slightly faster and didn’t remain in the bloodstream as long. In the 1970s, science produced another insulin that mimicked how the body's natural insulin worked: releasing small amounts of insulin throughout the day with surges occurring at mealtimes.
Science persisted in fine tuning insulin with no luck for decades until insulin was extracted from the pancreas of cattle and pigs and purified.
In the 1980s, science used genetic engineering to manufacture human insulin and it became the first approved GMO pharmaceutical product. Science could now produce genetically engineered insulin in unlimited supplies. Today, GMO insulin is created with genetically engineered e-coli bacteria grown in yeast. Similar to many lower-cost conventionally grown foods, GMO insulin is grown cheaper and produced faster than traditional animal insulin and is said to be identical to insulin produced in humans.
GMO Insulin Can Shut Down The Pancreas
A study published in The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism looked at the Japanese, who have one of the lowest levels of diabetes in contrast to Caucasians, due to genetics, diet and environmental factors. The study suggests patients with an inherited predisposition to Type 2 Diabetes, who received recombinant (GMO)insulin, triggered their bodies to target their own insulin, shutting down the pancreas and accelerating their Type 2 Diabetes to Type 1 Diabetes.
The Japanese study took six patients, four men and two women, with insulin-triggered type 1 diabetes. None of the subjects received insulin therapy or had an autoantibody before insulin administration. However, after insulin administration, blood glucose control deteriorated acutely without any apparent cause, and c-peptide levels decreased to insulin-deficient levels. This happened over a seven-month period, with one patient accelerating from Type 2 to Type 1 Diabetes within one month.
High titers of insulin antibodies were observed in many cases. The findings of this study suggest that administration of insulin triggered Type 1 Diabetes in patients with Type 2 Diabetes mellitus.
If Type 2 Diabetes Isn’t The Same As Type 1 Diabetes, How Could One Cause The Other?
According to The American Diabetes Association, Type 2 diabetes is associated with a large number of liver disorders including elevated liver enzymes, fatty liver disease, cirrhosis, hepatocellular carcinoma, and acute liver failure. What’s especially curious is that Type 2 diabetes has been proven in studies to be a liver issue, caused specifically by Non-alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease, not a pancreas issue, until it has advanced.
This begs the question: How could diet-related, insulin resistant induced, Type 2 diabetes, turn into irreversible Type 1 diabetes? The answer seems obvious – there’s a causal relationship between GMO insulin and the shut-down of the pancreas, resulting in Type 1 diabetes.
Pre-Diabetes And Type 2 Diabetes Are Reversible, Diet-Related Diseases
The way to avoid having to take GMO insulin involves preventing Type 2 Diabetes. This is entirely do-able, since Type 2 Diabetes is a reversible diet-related disease, according to the journal Diabetes Care.
What we have on our side is, with regular checkups, medical science can give us the foresight of a looming diabetes diagnosis by recognizing pre-diabetes. This is essentially insulin resistance caused by fatty liver. Luckily, it’s easier to reverse Pre-diabetes and stop it in its tracks before it progresses to a Type 2 Diabetes diagnosis, with nutrition and diet.