One of the unknown leading causes of type 2 diabetes is the prolonged consumption of industrialized & processed food & beverages, combined with anxiety and stress.
Due to the need to take insulin, diabetes patients mistakenly believe the problem is in their pancreas. In practice, type 2 diabetes is poisoning the body's cells that cannot produce energy efficiently. Therefore the complications and side effects are also particularly severe. It is worth noting that diabetes has a pronounced mental-energetic dimension. Obesity is another symptom of an unhealthy diet and lifestyle. It is not the cause of diabetes!
According to the literature, the leading cause of type 2 diabetes is obesity - it confuses the symptoms and causes!
- Overweight and obese, poor nutrition, and an unhealthy lifestyle. It is a broad definition but not very focused, thus making it very challenging to treat.
What is the connection between processed and industrialized foods and type 2 diabetes?
Industrialized and processed food has many side effects not fully known to the public.
- Insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes.
- Highly toxic to the body, causing severe inflammations throughout the body.
- Processed foods make us gain weight much faster than the same equal calories of natural foods.
- It causes a heavy load on the liver & kidneys.
- Processed food is unsuitable for tissue regeneration, affecting health and even older than usual appearance.
A brief explanation of how industrialized and processed foods cause type 2 diabetes.
- Processed and industrialized food is unsuitable for tissue regeneration but only provides available energy. The pancreas secretes the insulin hormone to utilize energy production in the cells at much higher levels than desired. Over time this phenomenon causes insulin resistance over time and can eventually create type 2 diabetes.
The link between processed & industrialized foods and diabetes is unclear to the general public.
- A close relationship exists between processed and industrialized food intake and rapid obesity.
- Processed and industrialized foods, hydrogenated fats, low-calorie beverages, and soft drinks containing non-natural sweeteners harm the body far more than natural sugar in fruits and vegetables.
- Surprisingly? - Processed foods make us gain weight much faster than the same equal calories of natural foods.
Type 2 diabetes is prevalent among lower socioeconomic classes.
- Economically-based people often enjoy the quality and unprocessed non-industrialized foods. (Consumption of sugars is not the dominant factor.)
Type 2 diabetes has become an epidemic in China. (Even today, the Chinese diet is not very rich in sugars.)
Link: Many patients (also healthy people) use the Glycemic index and Insulin index without knowing their drawbacks.
A combination of an industrialized diet, an unhealthy, leisure-free lifestyle, and constant stress devastates the body and mind.
- The number of diabetes type 2 patients rose from about 20 million in 2000 to about 110 million in 2015, and a forecast of 150 million in 2040. By 1980, type 2 diabetes in China was an uncommon disease.
The leading cause of T2D is transitioning from a plant-based diet to a highly processed and industrialized animal protein diet combined with a stressful lifestyle.
- The most notable dietary change in the period under consideration is a dramatic consumption increase in meat, dairy, pastries, and fast food. Chinese cuisine is based mainly on frying; switching to cheaply refined oils has turned them into trans fats.
- China's meteoric development has put heavy pressure on its population.
A similar phenomenon (but less acute than that of China) exists in Japan and Korea.
- The cultures of the Asian peoples are very competitive and disciplined, with complex work values that leave almost no leisure.
Is rice the cause of diabetes? (The answer is no)
- The diet of Asian people is based on rice as the main carbohydrate. But rice is not to blame! Until 40 years ago, diabetes was a marginal disease in Asian nations, while rice is an ancient food.
The countries with the lowest diabetes rates are Lithuania, Estonia, Ireland, Sweden, Luxembourg, England, and Australia.
- These countries consume no fewer carbohydrates and sugars than exist in Asian nations. The British Fish & Chips are no better than the Japanese diet! The main differences are the leisure cultures.
Until 100 years ago, diabetes was a rare disease; until the mid-50s of the 20th century, it was a marginal disease.
- About 50 years ago, the fast-paced and industrialized food revolution erupted in full force. The combination with a demanding and leisure-free lifestyle has created a record-breaking chronic illness, not just diabetes!
Diabetes is a symptom (of an unhealthy diet and lifestyle). It is worth noting that diabetes has a noticeable mental-energetic dimension. Obesity is another symptom of an unhealthy diet and lifestyle. It is not the cause of diabetes!
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