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A Main Cause of Diabetes
This may come as a shock to many, but sugar, bread and carbs are not the main culprit. Sure they contribute to the problem, but the real problem is why the sugar doesn't absorb into the cells.
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Glucose (blood sugar) is a substance made from food (by the liver) that gives the body energy, but in order for glucose to be absorbed into the cells, the body needs INSULIN, which tells the cells to open up and let the sugar in. Without insulin, the muscles and cells don't get glucose and become starved for energy.

The pancreas makes insulin. It shoots it into the body when it senses glucose in the blood. Without insulin, the cells get no energy. We can eat all we want but literally starve.

When there is no insulin or glucose, the body uses fat as energy. That's why unhealthy overweight people can still have lots of energy. (Doesn't mean they are healthy though) That's also why thin people with no fat eat lots of food for energy, and if the food is healthy raw food, that's great. But if they eat lots of sweet foods, they make the pancreas overcompensate and produce too much insulin which is kind of like stomping on the accelerator pedal in the car and holding it down- it will eventually burn out the engine, leading to an energy crash (including depression, crankiness etc)

Most people think the problem is simply from eating too much sugar and carbs, but that's only part of the reason. The biggest problem is animal products, which all contain saturated fat and cholesterol, which gums up the insulin receptors on the cells, leaving the cells incapable of sensing insulin, so they never open up and the sugar never gets used, resulting in high blood sugar. The pancreas keeps pumping out more and more insulin, but the cells just don't get the message. This will burn out the pancreas leading to a deficiency in insulin, meaning lots of food but no energy. This overdosing of sugars and high-energy foods and drinks leads to hypoglycemia and ultimately diabetes.

Cortisol (death hormone) appears to work together with insulin since cortisol levels rise as we prepare to release glucose for energy. What this means is meat, eggs, milk, cheese and those sugar and carb cravings are rapidly aging and killing you. Hypoglycemics and diabetics beware !

One of the biggest triggers of type 1 is dairy products. Animal products do NOT belong in the human body. The body sees the proteins in cows milk as foreign protein (like virus, bacteria etc), so it produces antibodies to protect itself. Those same antibodies destroy the insulin producing cells in the still-developing delicate baby pancreas. Animal milk (no matter what animal) is full of saturated fat and cholesterol. This fat clogs up cells and makes nutrient absorption more difficult. All of this could potentially be avoided by staying away from animal milk and simply making your own from almonds or cashews or hemp seeds or pine nuts or even bananas.

To learn more, download the diabetes ebook at MarkusEbooks.com

References and Studies

Bovine Milk linked to autism http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0196978114000795

Milk and Autoimmune http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0196978115000108


The China Study: The Most Comprehensive Study of Nutrition Ever Conducted And the Startling Implications for Diet, Weight Loss, And Long-term Health

In the film, Simply Raw: Reversing Diabetes in 30 Days, six test subjects were used, all of whom had varying lifestyles and conditions but were all diabetic – five were type 2 and one was type 1. Each subject was taking insulin

Saturated fat can be toxic to the insulin-producing beta cells in the pancreas, explaining why animal fat consumption can impair insulin secretion, not just insulin sensitivity.

Why is Meat a Risk Factor for Diabetes?
Potential culprits include the trans fat in meat, the saturated fat, cholesterol, heme iron, advanced glycation end products (glycotoxins), animal protein (especially leucine), zoonotic viruses, and industrial pollutants that accumulate up the food chain.

Plant-Based Diets and Diabetes
We’ve known for a half century that plant-based diets are associated with lower diabetes risk, but how low does one have to optimally go on animal product and junk food consumption?

Eggs and Diabetes: Even just a single egg a week may increase the risk of diabetes, the leading cause of lower-limb amputations, kidney failure, and new cases of blindness.


Markus Cara Photoshoot October 2016

If you want to be inspired by a healthy couple in love, here is our latest photo session in 3 exotic locations. Let this be an inspiration to stay vibrant, creative and young at heart. Passion and romance are our fuel. Never lose the magic.
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