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Type 1 diabetes is not an incurable disease. Yet, Initiative and courage are required not to follow the course of conventional medicine.

Type 1 diabetes.

"It is easy to hate, and it is difficult to love. This is how the whole scheme of things works. All good things are difficult to achieve, and bad things are straightforward to get."

Confucius (551 BC – 479 BC) was a Chinese teacher, politician, and philosopher. By Simran Khurana (Updated March 18, 2017)

Patients with type 1 diabetes experience a period when the pancreas is still producing insulin (albeit in decreasing amounts), called the "Honeymoon." There is a significant advantage to those who start treatment with the self-healing method during the honeymoon period when some of the beta cells in the pancreas are still active. This article presents a different treatment approach and recovery from type 1 diabetes based on self-healing principles.

 

A short introduction concerning Type 1 Diabetes (T1D)

As with other autoimmune diseases, Type 1 diabetes also has a hereditary tendency, but it is not dominant enough to explain the underlying causes. (Inheritance among family members is necessary to isolate elements of nutrition, lifestyle, and environmental impact.)

  • Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune disease that affects pancreatic insulin production. Although the result is similar, it is significantly different in the causes of diabetes mellitus 2.
  • There is a high variance of type 1 diabetes in various parts of the world, but it is impossible to identify a clear trend indicating the disease's onset at a young age.
  • A disease that onsets at a very young age negates the causes of unhealthy nutrition and lifestyle, as these are cumulative effects.
  • The distribution between men & women is almost identical among type 1 diabetic patients, unlike most other autoimmune diseases in which women have a prominent majority.
  • Many articles link types of viral morbidity as one of the causes of the disease. The prolonged viral infection usually results from a compromised immune system, and the virus, in these cases, is just the catalyst and trigger for the disease. The logical context is inaccurate; its cause is a weak immune system, not a virus.

 

Type 1 diabetes short brainstorming. 

Type 1 diabetes patients are treated with a misconception that this is an incurable disease. Therefore, treatment is only symptomatic and does not attempt to improve the patient's recovery. Symptomatic treatments perpetuate the patient's dependence on insulin for the rest of their life without trying different approaches!

  • The body never works at random. There are over 80 different autoimmune diseases; only type 1 diabetes damage the pancreas. Of course, the main question is why the disease erupts in the pancreas. The simple answer to this complex issue is that diseases break out in the human body's weakest energy.
  • The self-healing method's principles of combining body, mind & spirit allow the body to independently rehabilitate the immune system, thereby initiating recovery from any chronic acquired illness, including type 1 diabetes.

 

Self-Healing is like "Performing miracles." Every human being has this capability. It just needs to be revealed.

Links:| Self-Healing Medicine – Main principles & guidelines.How to get started with self-healing therapies? |

Type 1 diabetes causes and symptoms.

The application of the Kubler-Ross model for patients with type 1 diabetes.

Recommended link: Kübler-Ross model – Explains the behavior of personal loss.

The Kübler-Ross model Explains the behavior of personal loss.

  • The five stages of grief & loss are Denial, Anger, and bargaining (Only applicable in life-threatening situations.) Depression, Acceptance.
  • Kübler Ross's model was expanded to include any personal loss. I doubt that long-term chronic disease (such as type 1 diabetes) has properties of grief and loss.
  • Reaching acceptance as fast as possible is essential for elevating the spirit and gaining energy.
  • The real hope for recovery would give anyone the strength to undertake and endure all the necessary therapies.

 

Unlike most other autoimmune diseases, why are there almost no type 1 diabetes recovery stories?

  • There is a record of many patients with severe autoimmune diseases such as MS ALS, not to mention Psoriasis or Hashimoto's thyroiditis, who have recovered.
  • As I looked for patients who recovered from type 1 diabetes, I was amazed to find it very difficult to find any references to recovery attempts.

Why do people with diabetes not attempt to recover from the disease?

    • Patients with type 1 diabetes have a problematic initial experience; their heads are preoccupied with survival rather than recovery.
    • The possibility of recovery is not even mentioned. With no hope for recovery from type 1 diabetes, no one searches for other options!

 

Is there scientific proof we can heal ourselves? | Lissa Rankin, MD | TEDxAmericanRiviera.

It is safe to say type 1 diabetes is not an incurable disease.

Conventional medicine cannot cure the disease indicating that type 1 diabetes is not curable. Traditional medicine lacks a critical dimension to recovery.

  • Type 1 diabetes patients have a period (the honeymoon period) where the body still produces insulin. Symptoms begin only when insulin output drops to about 20% or less. Taking advantage of this honeymoon period is advisable to imitate damaged pancreatic tissue regeneration. 
  • Except for pure genetic diseases, all chronic diseases acquired, including those with an inborn tendency, are illnesses that can be cured. There is no such thing as a chronic, acquired, incurable disease!
  • Most autoimmune disease patients experience periods of remission. Even type 1 diabetes likely has such periods, but the patient is unaware because they regularly take the medication!
  • If you look for recovery stories from particularly severe illnesses, you will find many precedents for patients who have recovered from autoimmune diseases. There is no reason to think that type 1 diabetes differs from multiple sclerosis. (For illustration only.)
  • Not long ago, scientists of the human brain thought it could not replenish neurons (Neurogenesis), but now it turns out everyone was wrong! This ability exists and is significant. Therefore, one must not raise hands and surrender.
  • Suppose you watch videos on YouTube of patients who have recovered from severe and seemingly impossible-to-recover illnesses (including severe cancer patients). In that case, you will find that these are decisive and determined patients to fight, who have found the way to self-healing. (Without naming it.)
  • I have left a few percent of liver function due to chronic hepatitis C. Who would look at my gallery with photos of giant worms 15-17 cm long in my digestive and liver system will wonder how I survived the impossible.

Recovery is achievable from any health-acquired condition, including T1D; it is a matter of time, effort, determination, and perseverance. 

 

Eliminating the underlying mental-energetic causes of Type 1 diabetes is critical.

Are critical for recovery. 

Link: Long-term immunodeficiency illnesses — Allergies, Chronic inflammations, Cancer, and Autoimmune.

Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune disease that onset at a very young age; the leading cause is unresolved mental trauma — usually suppressed in the subconscious. The outcome is life-force blockage in the corresponding energy channel.

  • Conventional medicine lacks an essential dimension in the deep understanding of type 1 diabetes. (The life-force energy.) 
  • The (unconventional) perception of the human body as a dual, physical, and energetic entity is essential to achieving full recovery.
  • "To live is to have Qi in every part of your body." To die is to be a body without Qi. For health to be maintained, there must be a balance of Qi."
    • By nature, we are focused on the disease we suffer from. Still, it is essential to discover the mechanism common to all Non-genetic Long-term immune failure diseases for understanding and healing.
    • Understanding the entire process will help us recover from the illness we are suffering from, improve our health, and prevent future diseases.

 

The location of the symptoms and the severity are not accidental. (This analysis is simplistic but thought-provoking.)

  • Link: Chakra (Wikipedia) Note: A simple search will provide more detailed diagrams with elaborated information. (Recommended)

The 7 Chakras (Energy Centers) and Endocrine system organs represent respective influential emotions. (The emotional settings I brought are slightly broader.)

The 7 Chakras (Energy Centers) and Endocrine system organs represent respective influential emotions. (The emotional settings I brought are slightly broader.)

General & Introduction -  The concept of energy centers. (Chakras)

Only Traumatic Non-resolved mental & spiritual events from our past can block the life-force energy. (Traumatic resolved mental & spiritual events do not block the energy centers.) 

  • These principles come from traditional Indian medicine (Ayurveda) and Chinese medicine, balancing the body. Western medicine completely ignores the human body's energetic being and misses an opportunity to deeply understand chronic disease formation.
  • Diseases break out where life-force energy does not flow smoothly.

Common to all autoimmune diseases.

  • The thymus gland is of great importance in understanding autoimmune diseases. The maturation of T blood cells is the one that enables self and no-self-recognition. The thymus gland belongs to the energetic dimension of the fourth center (Heart Chakra), whose driving force is Love, Relationships & Self-Acceptance.

 

Short mental-energetic analysis concerning type 1 diabetes, using the Chakras (energy centers) method.  

I am convinced that those seeking will find the matching ages in the onset of illness and the periods of mental development of self-awareness, relationship acceptance, and love.

  • According to this map, the relevant centers (Pancreas  & Thmus.) are 3-4. The corresponding traumatic emotions are probably related to wisdom, Personal Power, the ability to channel Love, Relationships & Self-acceptance. (Only the patient themself can interpret the traumatic events.)

The example I have provided is too simplistic but illustrates the idea and encourages self-searching.

  • The symptomatic organ should be adjusted to its energy center; the traumatic emotions that block the specific energy center must be identified and released.
  • You should consider assisting a certified hypnotist if the result cannot be reached through an internal search.
  • Prolonged and severe multi-system diseases need to be restored according to the chronological order of symptoms.
  • The right side is the male at the energetic level, while the left is related to the female and the offspring. Therefore trauma with the mother or a brother, for example, will be expressed in different locations!

The severity of symptoms. 

  • The symptoms' intensity is related to the body's general energy level (central energy channel) and the pancreas' energy level. 

 

Unlike other autoimmune diseases, In type 1 diabetes (juvenile diabetes), the lifestyle's weight decreases significantly compared to the mental-energetic dimension.

  • Naturally, young people have higher life energy; their recovery capacity is significantly higher than adults. It would be wise to take advantage of a young age, especially for patients whose pancreas is still producing insulin. (Honeymoon period.)
  • Older patients with type 1 diabetes can also recover from the disease; the recovery duration will be longer, and efforts to strengthen the immune system will be much more intense.

Viruses are often just catalysts and triggers. They are not the actual cause of Type 1 Diabetes. 

  • You will often find mention that the patient suffered from viral infections before the onset of autoimmune disease. The facts are probably correct; the context seems different to me. Autoimmune diseases indicate a weak immune system, with the weak body easily attacked. The viruses, in these cases, are not the cause of the disease but only catalysts and triggers.

 

Recommended Self-Healing methods for patients with type 1 diabetes.

 

Recovery from autoimmune diseases (including type 1 diabetes) requires restoring the immune system.

These ideas concerning type 1 diabetes should not be regarded as a recommendation for any action or treatment.

Link: Self-Healing Medicine – Main principles & guidelines.

How should the recovery process run?

  • It is essential before starting treatment to read the philosophical chapter carefully. (Philosophy of medicine). It is imperative to understand and accept the fundamental principles.
  • Self-healing is based on a combination of all the factors I listed. After two to three months of applying self-healing principles, the insulin dose should be gradually reduced. (No need to take risks.)

Rehabilitation of the immune system requires simultaneously integrating all the influencing factors:

  1. Critical - Release unresolved traumas from the past through the subconscious and conscious transmission. (No need to forget.)
    1. The desired treatment  - Through licensed, trustable hypnotists. 
  2. A very diverse and balanced diet of natural, unprocessed foods.
  3. Maintaining an incredibly healthy lifestyle. (Goodnight Sleep, controlled sun exposure, and regular exercise.)
  4. Cleaning the body's filters (liver and kidneys) greatly boosts the immune system.
  5. Assistive treatments such as massage (very relaxing) and acupuncture with excellent effects. (Even in type 1 diabetes.)

 The main difficulty in self-healing is extreme self-discipline. In the case of patients with type 1 diabetes, patients already have strong discipline.

The recovery process requires a gradual reduction in the use of external insulin. But there is no reason to take unnecessary risks.

  • Since most type 1 diabetes patients have a blood glucose test kit, there is no need to take risks. If the blood sugar has risen beyond what you want, the recommended insulin dose should be taken immediately.
  • The endocrine system (to which the pancreas is counted) operates through repeated feeding. If the body receives insulin from an external source, it has no stimulus to produce its own. Therefore, the insulin dose must be responsibly, moderately, and gradually reduced from an external source. (Hopefully, the pancreas will produce more of itself.)
  • The process may take several months in young patients with still insulin production. (The immune system works relatively quickly) The process is possible among patients who do not have independent insulin production or older patients; it may be more prolonged. But initial signs will be felt after several months.

Good liver function is essential for regenerating the pancreatic cells that have been destroyed.

  • Restoration and renewal of destroyed pancreatic cells require protein synthesis. The liver is the organ that performs most of the synthesis; therefore, its normal functioning is especially essential for the success of the process.
  • Regular cleansing of the liver and kidneys is essential for the process's success, especially in patients who do not have independent insulin production or older patients. 

 

Recommended natural therapies for type 1 diabetes patients- Summary.

Mental & Spiritual Empowerment - Critical. 

Link: Mental and Spiritual Empowerment.

  • Love and emotional support (not just logistical), knowing that having someone with you has immense meaning in these difficult moments. Hope, together with love and support, strengthens the energy of life and dramatically improves recovery chances.
  • Hypnosis. (Authorized only) Traumatic events are often kept subconscious and complex to locate on our own. Hypnotherapy requires patient collaboration. I needed many hypnosis-like sessions. In my opinion, most Type 1 Diabetes patients will need several treatments to achieve the desired results.
  • Releasing tension and spiritual calm. (Such as yoga, meditation, and Tai Chi )
  • Acupuncture. Excellent benefits without any side effects. Acupuncture does begin as a physical act, but it is essentially an energetic action aimed at opening energetic blockages along the body's energy channels. (Meridians) Successful acupuncture can be painful; the pain usually indicates effective treatment. (The pain stems from energy flow in a blocked life-force energy channel!)
  • Controlled Solar-baths. (Essential for proper physiology and charges the life-force energy.) Fear of contracting skin cancer and working indoors for many hours has created a situation where many people, even in sunny countries, are deficient in vitamin D. The sun soothes the mind and improves the mood!

 

Lifestyle & dietary habits.

  • Goodnight's sleep is imperative to achieve a successful alcohol withdrawal. Daytime sleep has no similar effect; sleep hours cannot be completed during the day.
  • Use of drugs and supplements. All drugs (and sometimes some supplements) harm the immune system. Do not expect the support of doctors to reduce medication.
  • Eating habits- Do not eat late at night. Eat comfortably and well-chewed. Late-night eating takes essential resources from the immune system to the digestive system.
    • Intermittent fasting is incredibly beneficial for type1 diabetes patients.
  • Diet sugar-free and soft drinks - soft drinks and diet drinks harm many vital organs and damage the immune system.
  • Food composition - It is highly advisable not to combine high doses of carbohydrates with animal protein; they substantially affect insulin resistance. Animal proteins should be eaten with plant foods containing dietary fiber. It is desirable to pour natural oil on carbohydrates (preferably with a low glycemic index); it helps emulsify the food in the digestive system.
  • Sex with emotions strengthens the life-force energy. (Refers to patients who are not teenagers. ) A stable relationship with sex is significant to the recovery process. Sex with deep emotions can charge the life-force energy. 

 

A healthy diet and proper eating habits are essential for recovery.

A healthy diet and proper eating habits are essential for recovery.

Nutritional recommendations for Type 1 diabetes patients.

Recommended link: "The balanced, varied diet" is the most suitable anti-inflammatory diet.

In my experience, very few Type 1 diabetes patients have a proper diet & eating habits, even though many believe they are eating healthy!

Introduction.

  • Fats, protein, carbohydrates & natural sugars are needed; it is wrong to deny completely one of the macronutrients.
  • The need for various foods (mainly from plants) allows the body to get all the nutrients (enzymes, minerals, electrolytes, dietary fiber, antioxidants) through food and drinks. High-quality and varied foods, together with sun-controlled exposure, almost eliminate the need for sometimes harmful supplements and absorb less than quality food.

Type 1 diabetes patients may suffer from severe farting.

  • Imbalances in intestinal flora often manifested themselves in farting. Farting during the recovery period is often a positive sign! (Contrary to what is commonly thought) they reflect attempts by good bacteria to control the parasites. (Dead parasites release gas.)
  • Taking control of the good bacteria over the parasites is usually accompanied by much farting. This process can take several months. No need to panic and see the recommended diet as if it failed. On the contrary!

 

Recommended food:

  1. Start your morning by drinking one cup of squeezed lemon juice mixed with lukewarm water. (It is even better if you add one tablespoon of apple cider vinegar + one tablespoon of olive oil.)
  2. Vegetables, seeds, sprouts, roots, nuts, legumes, beans, lentils, mushrooms, fruits, and berries.   
  3. Moist low-medium glycemic index starches such as rice, sweet potato, taro root, and spelled quinoa. (You better add a teaspoon of coconut oil, Ghee purified butter, or other natural oils for better absorption.)
  4. Organic range-free eggs (especially egg yolk) are excellent emulsifiers due to their high lecithin content. (Good quality egg yolk has an orange color.)
    1. Egg yolk is rich in vitamin D3.
  5. Eat wild deep-sea fish 2-to 3  a week. (They are less contaminated and also have a high omega-three content.)
    • Fish is easy to digest and does not create a very acidic environment in the intestines.
  6. Berries are among the most potent antioxidants – combined with any fruit, goat yogurt, cinnamon, and walnuts. (Yogurt, like all probiotics, may cause gas bloating. It is usually a good sign.)
  7. The liver, in particular, benefits from all-natural bitter foods. (Such as grapefruit and dark chocolate.)
  8. Dietary fiber (found only in plant-based diets) is essential for gut recovery. It might cause a reaction like gas bloating. (Fiber helps to feed the good bacteria.)
  9. Fermented products with natural live bacteria, such as goat yogurt or natural kombucha, are essential for good health.
  10. Consuming high-quality fats like Olive oil, flaxseed oil, hemp oil, Ghee (purified butter), and coconut oil, together with fiber, helps lubricate the lining of the intestinal walls. It is essential to replenish the good bacteria and help regenerate intestinal wall tissue.
  11. Regular eating of bone marrow (possibly in soup) is especially recommended.
  12. Consuming Iodine regularly (for proper thyroid function) is essential. (The easiest way is by consuming Himalayan pink salt.)
  13. It is recommended to consume sulfur foods such as avocado, onion, garlic, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, and kale to strengthen the immune system.

Which bread is the healthiest? (Sprouted, rye, spelled, or whole flour sourdough bread.) 

  • Healthy bread is dense and tends to be massive. (Especially bread made without yeast.)
  • Bread with low gluten is best. Most healthy bread has low gluten. (Although not zero percent gluten)
  • There are many bread recipes. Most people do not bake their bread. Buying bread from a reliable source is essential. The best are small specialized bakeries that deliver organic whole-grain sourdough bread.
  • Sprouted bread is most recommended for everyone. Sprouting releases enzymes that break the grain shell. Sprouted bread has low gluten and is much easier to digest because enzymes start breaking the grain shell. (which is hard to digest)
  • Low-calorie bread is less dense and weighs less. Heavy bread makes you feel full faster.

Minimize eating white flour & yeast bread; it disturbs the gut flora balance.

 

Recommended beverages:

  • Water, tea (without sugar or milk), black coffee (without sugar or milk), and freshly squeezed juice. (Not too sweet.)
    • Drinking fresh juice may cause gas bloating. It is inevitable and part of the recovery process.

Due to intestinal wall damage, appropriate discipline in eating and drinking is required. 

  • Until there is a significant improvement in symptoms, the list of food and beverages not recommended is quite long, but that should not surprise anyone.
  • Eating mainly cooked, soft, warm, and moist food is recommended. (Easier to digest)
  • The additional nutrients that the body needs for recovery will come from drinking natural fresh-squeezed juices.

 

Not recommended Food & Beverages - Minimize consumption.

  • All Processed food, smoked food, preservatives, and canned food. (Huge category.)
  • Soft drinks of all kinds, including diet beverages. 
  • Plain sugars and high glycemic starches. (Such as white flour products, potatoes, white bread, biscuits, cakes, etc.)
  • Eating high doses of sweet fruits. (Especially grapes and watermelon containing mainly glucose.) Sugars can create an imbalance in gut flora.   
  • Trans-fats (found in many industrialized products) like Margarine are very harmful.
  • Yeast bread. (Sourdough bread is much better.)
  • Dairy products are unsuitable for Fibromyalgia patients as they are loaded with sugar (lactose) and too many proteins. Besides, they create an acidic environment in the intestines.
    • Goat's milk or yogurt is much better. (Limited quantities.)
  • High gluten content products. (Gluten protein is found in most cereals. Gluten tends to adhere to intestinal walls and will probably aggravate symptoms.)
  • Reduce meat & poultry consumption by 50% or more. (Meat & poultry are hard to digest; they create a high acidity environment in the intestines.)
  • Leafy greens. (Until significant relief in symptoms. They tend to stick to the inflamed intestinal walls.)
  • Spicy hot foods are usually beneficial, but they may cause symptoms to worsen. (Due to the Herxheimer effect, dead pathogens release toxins & gas.)
  • Eating large amounts of carbohydrates and animal proteins are not recommended. (Especially meat or dairy products with potatoes or other high glycemic starches.)

 

Eating habits.

  • Avoid eating away from home, preferably taking home food to work and not buying outside.
  • Chew well, take a break, and eat comfortably.
  • Do not eat late at night.
  • Intermittent fasting (not with zero calories) has many benefits.
  • Fresh vegetables should be sprinkled with olive oil or other oils such as hemp or flaxseed.
  • You should add a little fat with a higher melting temperature, such as coconut oil or Ghee butter, boiled or baked starches, or vegetables. (Although they are saturated fats.)
  • Especially after a meal that includes animal protein (more difficult to digest), taking a short 20-30 minute walk at moderate speed is recommended. Walking helps the digestive processes.

We eat with all senses; it is desirable to fill the plate with various vegetables with oils & spices. (Including aromatic salt.)

 

Recommended additional physical therapies. Essential to boost the immune system.

Links:  NATURAL THERAPIES.

Detailed explanations of this chapter can be found in the links below each headline.

  1. Mechanical Detoxification. (By unblocking and cleansing the liver & kidneys.)
  2. Exercise and massage to improve blood & lymphatic circulation.
  3. Controlled Solar-baths. (Essential for proper physiology and charges the life-force energy.)
  4. Acupuncture can restore the life-force energy flow and relieve pain.
  5. It uses mainly Herbal food supplements and antioxidants (as little as possible) to restore the body's balance and deficiencies.

 

Summary, conclusions, and recommendations.

  • Type 1 diabetes is not an incurable disease; improving patients' quality of life is achievable; initiative and courage are required not to follow conventional medicine. The payoff is immense in every sense.

There is no such thing as an acquired chronic, incurable disease!

  • Except for pure genetic diseases, all chronic diseases acquired, including those with an inborn tendency, are illnesses that can be cured. There is no such thing as an acquired chronic, incurable disease.
  • Patients with type 1 diabetes are treated with a perception that will perpetuate their condition and require them to depend on insulin injection (or an insulin pump) for their entire life without thinking of another creative solution.
  • The fact that conventional medicine cannot cure the disease does not indicate that type 1 diabetes is not curable. Conventional medicine lacks a critical dimension to recovery. (Life-force energy.)

If you seek doctors' advice, do not expect your doctor's support for self-healing medicine.

Link: Conventional Modern Medicine vs. Self-Healing (Alternative) Medicine.

Recommend everyone delve into the principles of self-healing before deciding. And the differences between conventional medicine and self-healing medicine.

  • Because the disease usually breaks out in adolescence, parents make the final decision. Boys and girls now have free access and independent thought.

Type 1 diabetes patients have a period (the honeymoon period) where the body still produces insulin. Symptoms begin only when insulin output drops to about 20% or less. This " honeymoon " period is significant to take advantage of for recovery.

This article presents a different treatment approach and recovery from Type 1 diabetes based on self-healing principles.

  • Rehabilitation of the immune system requires simultaneously integrating all the influencing factors:
  • Release traumas from the past through the subconscious and conscious transmission. (No need to forget.)
  • A very diverse and balanced diet of natural, unprocessed foods.
  • Maintaining an incredibly healthy lifestyle. (Goodnight Sleep, controlled sun exposure, and regular exercise.)
  • Cleaning the body's filters (liver and kidneys) greatly boosts the immune system.
  • Assistive treatments such as massage (very relaxing) and acupuncture with excellent effects. (Even in type 1 diabetes.)

The recovery process requires a gradual reduction in the use of external insulin. But there is no reason to take unnecessary risks.

  • The endocrine system (to which the pancreas is counted) operates through repeated feeding. If the body receives insulin from an external source, it has no stimulus to produce its own. Therefore, the insulin dose must be responsibly, moderately, and gradually reduced from an external source. (Hopefully, the pancreas will produce more of itself.)

Economic aspects.

  • The economic burden of doctors, drugs, and treatments is sometimes very high. (In my case, the expenditure was exceptionally high.)
  • Despite the significant expenditure on food and juices, the savings on medicines and doctors, not to mention the suffering and low quality of life, investment in self-healing are economical in the long run.

Self-healing is like "Performing miracles." Every human being has this capability. It just needs to be revealed.

 

It may be almost impossible for some, but it can be done! May God be with you. Recommended link: Forum discussions about All autoimmune diseases.

I wish all type 1 diabetes patients a sweet life and good health without medications.

 

Frequently asked questions and answers:
Why does the outbreak of an autoimmune disease at a young age spotlight the mental-energetic side?
In children, the physiological-immune system should be much stronger than in adults. They have not yet experienced the "aging" of primary body systems.
Is type 1 diabetes an incurable disease?
Juvenile diabetes is reversible, but the emphasis must be on the mental-energetic side, not the physical side.
Why is there an advantage in treatment while the pancreas is still producing insulin?
It is easier to restore a pancreas that still has activity than a pancreas whose beta cells have already been destroyed.
Why is the thymus gland of great importance in understanding autoimmune diseases?
The maturation of T blood cells is the one that enables self and no-self-recognition. The thymus gland belongs to the energetic dimension of the fourth center (Heart Chakra), whose driving force is Love, Relationships & Self-Acceptance.
What can be learned from the worldwide prevalence map of type 1 diabetes?
Several highlights: 1 There is high volatility between the countries worldwide, especially in less developed countries. (Variances of hundreds of percent) 2 China is a particular case, with a meager rate of type 1 diabetes and higher rates of type 2 diabetes worthy of special attention. 3 Especially notable is Saudi Arabia, with record rates of type 1 diabetes, along with Sweden and Norway. Type 1 diabetes is a disease that originates from unresolved mental traumas at a young age!
Why are there no videos or descriptions of stories of recovery from type 1 diabetes?
Because type 1 diabetes erupts violently, everyone (parents and the boy or girl) is afraid to defy the doctors.
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