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Diabetes

There are two causes or types of diabetes type I and III is considered the result of the pancreas not producing insulin properly. Type I is juvenal pancreas failure and type III is adult pancreases failure. Type II is from the cells not accepting insulin and usually only occurs in adults.

More and more research reports are linking oxidative stress as the cause or relation to diabetes. As you read the reports recognize that when they use the terms Kappa B, reactive oxygen species, and oxidative it means the same thing as Metabolic Stress. Type II diabetes and possibly III researchers are attributing to Metabolic Stress and it may be possible to reduce or eliminate these types of diabetes by treating Metabolic Stress.

The links in the table below will take you to our collection of research on that item. Those in black indicate that we have not yet written or compiled research on that item.

Type I diabetes is reported to be caused by the immune system.and antibodies, see report 2 below. http://hubpages.com/hub/The-Diabetes-Epidemic

Natural Compounds research indicates will aid in diabetes Diseases that may be related to or may even cause diabetes.
alpha lipoic acid (200 mg/serving)
Ashwagonda

Acetyl-L- Carnatine
Banana

Banaba Leaf 1% Extract
(100 mg/serving)
Bilberry
Biotin
Bitter melon
Chromium Picolinate (200 mcg/serving)
Cinnamon 20% Extract
(250 mg/serving)
Chlorella
Copper
CoQ-1
Cysteine
Devils Club
Fenugreek 60% Extract
(250 mg/serving)
GABA
Garlic
Green Tea
Gymnema sylvestre 25% Extract (200 mg/serving)

Magnesium
Manganese
Melatonin |
Milk Thistle - Silymarin
Momordica 10% Extract
(500 mg/serving)
Oils, Cod Liver Oil, Olive Oil
Onion
Potassium
pycnogenol
prickly pear catus
Quercitin
Selenium
Stevia
Taurine
Turmeric
Vanadium
Vanadyl Sulfate (7.5 mg/serving)
Vitamin Bs
Vitamin C
Vitamin E
Zinc

Aluminum Toxicity
Antidepressents
Candidia
Celiac Disease
Low Fat Diets
Metabolic Stress
Obesity
Vaccines

1. "Effects of a multi-herbal extract on type 2 diabetes. "...An aqueous extract of multi-hypoglycemic herbs of Panax ginseng C.A.Meyer, Pueraria lobata, Dioscorea batatas Decaisne, Rehmannia glutinosa, Amomum cadamomum Linné, Poncirus fructus and Evodia officinalis was investigated for its anti-diabetic effects in cell and animal models...CONCLUSION: The aqueous extract of these seven hypoglycemic herbs demonstrated many therapeutic effects for the treatment of type 2 diabetes in cell and animal models." PMID: 21375727

# Trade Name Scientific Name from above report
1 Ginsing Panaz ginseng
2 Kudzu Pueraria lobata
3 Wild yam P.E. Dioscorea batatas Decsisne
4 Rehmannia Rehmannia glutinosa
5 Cardamomum or Cardamom Amomum cadamomum Linne
6 Japanese Hardy Orange Poncirus fructus or Poncirus trifoliata
7 Evodia Evodia officinalis
There are numerous scientific reports that confirm the conclusions of the above report that these 7 herbs aid Type II diabetis and immune problems. Verify their validity by searching the trade or scientific names on any search engine.

2. "Type I diabetes (T1D) is an autoimmune disease characterized by destruction of insulin-producing ß-cells in the pancreas. Although several islet cell autoantigens are known, the breadth and spectrum of autoantibody targets has not been fully explored..." http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23028856

3. I try to use only proven scientific reports, however occasionally I find good holistic type information and when so will include it The following link discusses a way to cure type II diabetes with some interesting information not often reported. http://www.cancertutor.com/Diabetes/Diabetes_Type_II.htm

4. Black seeds Nigella sativa (black-caraway also known as nigella or kalonji, often called black cumin) reduce type II diabetis   http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21675032

5. Double blind test showed Salvia officinalis (sage, also called garden sage, or common sage) reduced type II diabetis  http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25340127

5. Fenugreek seeds help diabetis    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26098483

 
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