Diabetes type 2 also known as diabetes mellitus, is a disease when either patient’s body cannot make enough insulin or body cells do not react to insulin (also known as insulin resistance). Diabetes type 2 is part of metabolic syndrome, that can increase the chances of a patient suffering from diabetes type 2, to have other disease conditions such as heart disease, hypertension, and stroke.
Before this we dip into the natural treatment methods of diabetes type 2, it is important to know what is diabetes type 1 and diabetes type 3.
Diabetes Type 1:
The exact cause of diabetes type 1 is unknown but usually, it is an autoimmune disorder. It means the body’s own defence system attacks pancreatic cells (islet, or islets of Langerhans) and destroys them. Hence pancreas is unable to produce enough insulin or does not produce at all, to take glucose inside the body cells. Other possible causes of diabetes type 1 are a viral attack, childhood vaccinations  and genetic defect. A patient suffering from diabetes type 1 has to use an injection of insulin for a lifetime.
Diabetes Type 3:
Recently scientists have used the term diabetes type 3 for Alzheimer disease  due to a relationship between glucose metabolism and formation of ‘plaque’ in the brain. It has been found Alzheimer disease is due to the irregularities in the consumption of glucose in the brain due to different causes at various levels. Insulin plays an important role in brain function. Alzheimer disease is also associated with insulin resistance . Alzheimer disease represents a form of diabetes mellitus that selectively afflicts the brain. In an experimental study, the high-fat diet doubled average body weight, caused diabetes type II, and marginally reduced brain weight and size . But the major cause of Alzheimer disease is the excessive deposition of beta-amyloid “plaque” in the brain . The excess formation of beta-amyloid forms plaques which surrounds nerve cells stopping them from working properly. More importantly, a high-fat diet caused brain insulin resistance .
Diabetes Type 2:
Insulin is a hormone which is produced by the pancreas. Insulin controls the level of glucose by sending signals to the liver, the muscles and to the fat cells, to take glucose from the blood and convert it to energy. When the body’s needs of energy are sufficiently fulfilled insulin signals the liver to store the excess of glucose in the form of glycogen. Diabetes type 2 also known as diabetes mellitus, is a disease when either patient’s body cannot make enough insulin or body cells do not react to insulin (also known as insulin resistance).
Since the common denominator for all three types of diabetes types is the body’s inability to utilise the amount of glucose effectively due to different physiological and pathological reasons at various levels. Therefore, from the treatment point of view of this malfunctioning of the body is to control the consumption foods containing high carbohydrates and high-fat diets along with the adoption of remedial solutions to either correct this malfunction of the body or if correction is not possible then to minimize the damaging effects of the disease.
Diet high on sugar and refined carbohydrates produce high insulin level in the body. Increased insulin level causes insulin resistance and eventually diabetes type 2. Diabetes type 2 and insulin resistance cause an increased level of inflammation, hypertension, poor sex drive, cancer, depression, kidney failure, stroke and dementia etc.
Since diabetes type 2 is an inflammatory disease and medical science tells us that diabetes type 2 is not only preventable but also it can be reversible. Dr Hayman a physician and New York Times bestselling author is a great proponent of reversing obesity and diabetes type 2 with modification in the lifestyle and nutritional needs of the patient . According to Dr Hayman a daily dose of high quality multivitamin and mineral, couple of grams of omega 3 fatty acids, up to 2000IU of vitamin D3, 300-600mg of alpha-lipoic acid, 200-600mcg chromium polynicotinate, up to 5g PGX fibre along with exercise, by controlling stress levels, and sufficient sleep  are the ingredients of the formula to reverse diabetes type 2.
Besides nutritional support and change in lifestyle of the patient, medical science also tells us that the reduced activity of the PPARG gene plays a key role in the development and progression of Type 2 diabetes. It also plays an important role in suppression of cardiovascular disease and atherosclerosis as well as in the treatment of fibroids, cancer and other diseases.
What does PPARG do?
PPARG (peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor-gamma) is involved in the activation of many other genes that are involved in glucose and lipid metabolism as well as promoting health.
PPARG plays an important role in resolving Type 2 diabetes because activation of PPARG causes insulin sensitization and enhances glucose metabolism. Some drugs, such as pioglitazone used to treat Type 2 diabetes actually interact chemically with PPARG to help it work better, however, such drugs have serious side effects.
More recently, PPARG has been recognized as playing a fundamentally important role in the immune response through its ability to inhibit the expression of inflammatory cytokines and to direct the differentiation of immune cells toward anti-inflammatory phenotypes. These anti-inflammatory properties reduce heart disease.
Increasing the expression of PPARG has other important benefits because it inhibits the proliferation of malignant cells, including those derived from liposarcoma as well as cancers of the breast, prostate, colon, lung, pancreas, bladder, stomach and brain.
Increased activity of PPARG has also shown to help sufferers of Parkinson disease and Alzheimer disease. For a review of all these important properties of PPARG . Upregulation of PPARG is also helpful in the treatment of (leiomyomas) fibroids .
Sequence-Specific Homeopathic DNA (SSHD) molecule targets the PPRG gene to increase its efficiency to control diabetes type 2.
How Do SSHD Molecules Work:
In 1997, Prof. Khuda-Bukhsh proposed that homeopathic substances have the capacity to interact with the genetic blueprint and deliver their benefits by increasing the expression of genes that synthesise health-promoting proteins. Since then, work by Prof. Khuda-Bukhsh [10, and within Ref. 11] and other scientists  have clearly demonstrated that homeopathic substances do have the capacity to do this.
The genetic blueprint contains many genes that promote health as well as many genes that cause disease. With a view to increasing the specificity and safety of gene targeting by homeopathic DNA, (because homeopathic DNA, which is of undefined sequence, induces various disease symptoms in healthy people) Drs. Jenaer and Marichal pioneered the use of highly diluted small DNA molecules with well-defined sequences to target immune response genes and fight infections. Their system, called Micro-Immunotherapy proved to be very effective. The SSHD molecules system was developed along the same lines as Micro-Immunotherapy.
The SSHD molecules system uses highly diluted DNA molecules, such as PPG molecule, with precise sequences to target genes that produce the body’s natural proteins that have been proven to promote health as well as protect against and resolve many diseases.
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