Dec, 02

Diabetes and Fungus - More Proof


This article on Science Daily opened with this quote:

“It promises to be a simple and elegant strategy to heal diabetes type 1: Replacing the destroyed beta-cells in the bodies of patients with newly-produced insulin-secreting cells. For years, researchers around the globe tried various approaches with stem or adult cells in order to induce this transformation. Their effort lead to a fundamental understanding of the molecular mechanisms involved in the development of beta cells -- however, a compound capable of doing the trick was missing.”


The Fungus Link To Diabetes

Diabetes affects so many people, yet “management” is often the recommended treatment.  Why do you have Diabetes?  Were you simply dealt a bad genetic hand, or did fungus contribute to it?  This is a must read for patients and doctors alike.  It includes the antifungal program and diets.

It turns out that the missing compound, a component of the herb Sweet Wormwood, called “Artemisnin” also has antifungal and anticancer properties as well.

To summarize, a natural herb, currently being used to treat malaria, which just happens to also kill cancer cells and heal Type 1 diabetics, coincidentally just happens to kill fungus! Right?

Am I the only one in the world that sees the fungal link to malaria, cancer and Diabetes?

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