Diabetes. Blood sugar. Ultrasound
Find and address the root cause.
I was diabetic. Despite the generalized treatment guidelines of conventional medicine, not everyone with type 2 diabetes is the same. There are many causes and contributing factors involved with blood sugar and diabetes. For one person, it may be mostly about their diet, for another, it might be stress-induced, and for someone else, it might be driven by thyroid, liver, pancreas, kidneys, cardiovascular system, gut health, hormone system or adrenal problems. I discovered this and started a search for answers. Let me share some of my findings.
The pancreas is an organ located in the abdomen. It plays an essential role in converting the food we eat into fuel for the body’s cells. The pancreas has two main functions: secretes enzymes into small intestines which helps in digestion and secrets insulin into the blood which regulates blood sugar.
How do you know if these two functions are working at maximum efficiency?
Insulin allows your cells to use glucose (sugar) for energy. People with insulin resistance have cells throughout their bodies that don’t use insulin effectively. This means the cells have trouble absorbing glucose, which causes a build-up of sugar in their blood and puts fats around your organs, which you cannot see, but is dangerous. Insulin resistance is also part of the metabolic syndrome, which has been associated with higher risk of developing heart disease and so the links continue in your body.
Did you know there is an enzyme that burns fat? When blood sugar is low, and you need more energy, but food isn’t available, glucagon is secreted. Its purpose is the exact opposite of insulin’s. Glucagon goes into the cells and causes fat to be released. And it does so with the help of a fat-burning enzyme called hormone-sensitive lipase (HSL). But insulin can interfere with its function. There is a key to this problem.
You must discover what organs and systems are not functioning correctly.
The first step to reverse anyone’s type 2 diabetes is to understand what is causing the metabolic dysfunction. There are two important steps to determining the root cause.
- Starting with a comprehensive health risk scan assessment, that will show up signs of hormone imbalance, thyroid, adrenal dysfunction, gut health, and the other body system problems.
- It’s also vital to look at lifestyle factors such as physical activity, sleep, stress, and diet. Once all this information is gathered, a specialised ultrasound practitioner can help you to put the diabetes and blood sugar puzzle together to understand the root cause, contributing factors, and then, produce an ultrasound script to reverse the condition.
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The Thyroid Directly Influences 11 Different Systems in the Body
That’s right, 11:
- Bones and bone growth
- Blood sugar metabolism
- Cholesterol and other fats in the blood
- Cardiovascular system
- Making hormones from Cholesterol
- Protein metabolism
- Red blood cell metabolism
You cannot reverse diabetes 2 without knowing whether each and all the above organs and systems are operating at optimum efficiency. Even just one of the above could be the proverbial “weak-link”. You can only discover the health problems by using the Health Risk Decoder.
Watch this video by Raymond Venter to understand how the Health Risk Decoder works:
There are so many questions you need to be asking yourself:
- Is my thyroid dysfunctional?
- Is my cortisol balance correct?
- Are my hormones out of balance?
- Do I have a fatty liver which is dumping sugar into the blood?
- Are my dangerous triglycerides causing me to be insulin resistant?
- Am I eating enough good fats?
And so, the questions continue.
Your very first step is to buy a Health Risk Decoder which will give you ALL your answers, not only for now but for the rest of your life. Ask me, I am on a health journey to become healthier and to live longer medicine free using the Health Risk decoder every month.
For your interest, there are several different types of sugars. Your body most frequently uses glucose. Fructose is found in fruit and lactose is found in milk. When you guzzle a big glass of milk or eat an apple, your body takes the lactose or fructose and converts it to glucose. Once everything is converted to glucose, your body can use it for energy.
Starches, like those found in white bread, are sugars stuck together and are converted by your body into glucose.
Now, this is important. When people say, “blood sugar”, they mean “blood glucose”. The terms can be used interchangeably. The chart below includes how the Americans and the British look at blood sugar levels differently:
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