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Type II Diabetes and the lies of allopaths
03-15-2011, 02:28 AM,
Type II Diabetes and the lies of allopaths
Excuse me while I vent my spleen for a few minutes, but I need to or I'm going to freak out otherwise.

I just found out that a very close friend of mine was diagnosed with Type II diabetes. The criminally stupid fuckwit doctor of his told him he has a lifelong disease and his lifespan will be shortened if he doesn't take their "medication".

I sent him a bunch of links which prove that this type of diabetes is a condition, not a disease, and that with simply controlling his diet he can live a full life and even cure himself of his 'disease'. His wife is convinced I'm a conspiracy nutcase because the doctors are always 100% right - he can never be 'cured'. So he's about to make a VERY big mistake and go on insulin, which will atrophy his pancreas and bring about the very outcome that the SOB predicted will come true.

How sad is it when we can't even get through to our own friends, even when they see the criminally incompetent way their own mother was treated while in intensive care - she basically died of neglect.

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03-15-2011, 03:09 PM,
RE: Type II Diabetes and the lies of allopaths
Tell him he doesn't need the meds, he just needs to monitor his diet and exercise more. 5 years ago I woke up and could barely see ten feet in front of me, went to my eye dr , he said eyes were fine get to my family md immedeately. Went and had blood drawn and my blood sugar was 487. They started me on insulin right away, but my Dr said it was up to me if I wanted to control it or not. In 5 months I went from insulin to 4 tabs of Metformin, in 4 more down to 2 tabs and in 6 down to zero.

I have not had to take any medicine for it in 4 years now, and only used it while teaching myself the proper ways to eat and exercise again. I had always worked out but for about a 5 year period quit playing sports, lifting and everything due to and increased work load and family issues. Poor eating habits and no exercise caused my diabetes, but now I have corrected that.

If his doctor is a stand up guy he should have referred him to a nutriotionist to help him with his diet. If not there are many resources on the web, or he should scheduele an appointment himself. Also, Cinnamon is a natural anti-diabetes fighter, I take 1-2 tabs of that a day and about 6 1,000 mg tabs of fish oil as well. I'm not saying what I have done or do is the right way or the same for everyone, but its a good place to start. Tell him to keep his chin up and if he wants it , to make the changes neccesary.. its not as hard as it may seem.

If you have any other questions pm me, I hate to see people convinced they are ubable to do for themselves..
"In a time of universal deciet, telling the truth is a revolutionary act."
- George Orwell

" The oppressed are allowed once every few years to decide which particular representatives of the oppressing class are to represent and repress them."
- Karl Marx
03-16-2011, 01:47 AM,
RE: Type II Diabetes and the lies of allopaths
Thanks for the info. If I pass it on, hopefully it won't land on deaf ears...
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03-16-2011, 04:04 AM,
RE: Type II Diabetes and the lies of allopaths
I can totally relate to that. HPV vaccinations, swine flu jabs, a lot of unnecessary surgery, depression meds, cholesterol pills and overused diagnostics such as MRI.

There are a lot of people that I care deeply about care that seek the professional status-quo treatment despite my pleas and evidence to the contradict the prescribed resolution to the health issue.

People cannot be experts on everything but more and more often we are seeing people take responsibility for taking care of their own health and seeking a wider array of treatment options.

This has backfired a bit in the initial stages with the proliferation snake oil salesmen in an expanding and somewhat naive consumer base ripe to capitalize on. Anything dubbed natural seems to suck at least a few people in combined with a manipulative pitch with a few strategically shillbots and muppets to deceptively augment its/their/his/her credibility.

Every doctor is different and many are getting further training in nutrition because they care about their patients and want to do a good job. We as a public and as the consumer of medical goods and services in this system need that favours profit needs to ask them the tough questions and those in the know need to demand a higher standard of care, prevention and treatment. That includes the influence of Doctors among their peers.

Side note: Be on the watch for Pharmacists getting permission to make prescriptions in your region as that could and would lead to a giant triple bypass pathway to abuse. Be vigilant, especially on your turf be it province state or front door.
There are no others, there is only us.
03-16-2011, 04:15 AM,
RE: Type II Diabetes and the lies of allopaths
Pharmacists being able to disperse meds on their own would may actually be a blessing in some cases. Having spent 14 years working retail pharmacy, I can name innumerable times when Pharmacists tried to talk people out of so many drugs, and more times than not they are way more knowledgeable than Dr's about the specifics of the drugs. On the other hand there are also some who are in it for the fat paycheck and will just dipense what is written regardless of patients needs.
"In a time of universal deciet, telling the truth is a revolutionary act."
- George Orwell

" The oppressed are allowed once every few years to decide which particular representatives of the oppressing class are to represent and repress them."
- Karl Marx

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