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Is Removing Eggs From The Diet Key In Curing Type 2 Diabetes?

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Evidence-based science discloses how natural treatments work to cure Type 2 Diabetes by addressing the liver, its underlying viral issue and by eliminating eggs from the diet.


Being diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes comes with a treatment that’s geared toward lowering and controlling blood sugar levels and insulin without providing a cure. Eating high amounts of lean meat, fish, and eggs are often recommended as good sources of dietary protein. Reducing carbohydrates is also highly recommended as a treatment to manage the disease.

Having Type 2 Diabetes is a bit more complicated than chronic pancreatitis and managing blood sugar levels. What is more, heavy emphasis is on the failing pancreas instead of the fatty liver. While diet is certainly paramount for gaining control over Type 2 Diabetes, it is also vital to reversing it.

Type 2 Diabetes Is A Liver Issue

At the root of every Type 2 Diabetes diagnosis is an underlying liver issue that has never been addressed. Even with high cholesterol and high blood pressure usually preceding a Type 2 Diabetes diagnosis, fatty liver disease manages to fly under the radar as part of the equation. The inconvenient truth is, by the time the pancreas is affected, you’re well into a late stage of the disease.

Surprisingly, by eating the recommended diet of high protein, high fat and low carbohydrate meals (think Paleo), you’re unknowingly worsening your condition, particularly if you’ve got an underlying viral issue, and especially if you’re eating eggs.

Eggs Feed Viruses That Nest In The Liver

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Epstein Barr Virus is a common herpes virus that affects ninety-five percent of adults. Many Type 2 diabetics with neuropathy unknowingly have EBV. After EBV shows itself as infectious mononucleosis (and sometimes it doesn’t) the virus nests in the liver, where it builds potency until it is ready to strike.

EBV is only one of the viral bugs that slow the liver. Streptococcus, a bacterial bug, also houses in the liver causing it to become sluggish as well. Therefore, through the years, as your body, organs, and nervous system age and become stressed from living against the struggles of day-to-day life, poor diet, environmental factors, and pathogens, you may experience chronic symptoms. These symptoms may include fatigue, joint pain, adrenal issues, hair loss, yeast infections, heart arrhythmias, eye issues, jaw pain, vertigo, thyroid disease and more.

EBV is the cause of many diseases. While EBV is not the cause of Type 2 diabetes, EBV can wreck its own havoc in the body. This is because there are several varieties of the virus. EBV can range from causing relatively benign illness to chronic illness or it can lead to cancer. Science confirms that EBV is a causative agent of chronic liver disease, which adds another layer of complication to Type 2 Diabetes since both the fatty liver and viral issues come into play.

Eggs Grow Viruses For Vaccines

It is a little known fact that eggs are widely used to grow viruses in laboratories that make influenza vaccines. This is more bad news for Type 2 Diabetics who rely on eggs as a source of their protein, since eggs "feed" EBV. Eggs are not the only foods that feed EBV. Wheat, corn, soy, dairy, and pork are known triggers. Alcohol must be avoided, as well as inherited and accumulated heavy metals in the body, which also feed EBV.

What You Can Eat

For the Type 2 Diabetic avoiding eggs and the other offending foods is inevitably a blessing in disguise. Eliminating EBV-offending foods from the diet and replacing them with low fat, plant-based food choices, such as fruits and vegetables, beans, and sweet potatoes, while monitoring blood sugar levels, is the only natural treatment to heal the liver and ultimately cure Type 2 Diabetes over time. Good fats such as avocado, nuts, nut butters, and lean sources of animal protein may be added back into the diet in moderation once liver function improves and Type 2 Diabetes is reversed.