The Diabetes Reversal Report

Baton Rouge, LA (PressExposure) June 22, 2009 -- There is new research out for people with Diabetes... that has helped hundreds of people with diabetes slowly, but very effectively, reduce their blood sugar levels.

After years of intensive research, a group of doctors, scientists and even a Nobel-Prize winner have remarkably discovered and conducted breakthrough research on diabetes.

They have discovered that when the pancreas becomes severely damaged, it produces less and less insulin, it is this specific organ, the pancreas that is responsible for producing insulin. So in reality, diabetes is not the disease at all, it's actually a symptom, an outward signal, of a damaged pancreas that is simply too damaged to produce the insulin the body needs.

What scientists have now discovered is that the root cause of diabetes is the pancreas, when the pancreas becomes diseased by acids: sugar, carbohydrates, excess fats and uric acid (all very Common in our modern diets) keep going from the stomach directly to the pancreas.

Because the pancreas is the next link in the digestion chain, whatever is eaten goes directly to this delicate organ, so instead of digesting food and producing insulin, it now becomes a shock organ.

Which means it has to absorb and neutralize all the excess acids our modern diets dump into it. This is when pre-diabetes is developed, and if the attacks are not stopped on the pancreas, type2 will be developed.

This radical change in diet can actually transformed the pancreas into the first line of defense against acids, waste and toxins that all of us ingest... and keep ingesting... each and every day.

About Education About Diabetes

About Ranches Hall


Ranches Hall is the owner of http://www.educationaboutdiabetes.com is a Pastor of 19yrs an accomplish songwriter. he and his wife are Bless to Have
Two Wonderful Children Both Girls He's and Advocate in helping to fight And beat Diabetes

Press Release Source: http://PressExposure.com/PR/Education_About_Diabetes.html

Press Release Submitted On: June 22, 2009 at 4:41 am
This article has been viewed 80510 time(s).