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Postby misterjuanperalta on September 5th, 2015, 5:18 am

Hyperinsulinemia is an endocrine disorder characterized by a failure of our Blood Sugar Control System (BSCS) to work properly. It manifests when Insulin progressively loses its effectiveness in sweeping the blood Glucose from the blood stream into the sixty seven trillion or so cells that constitute our bodies. Insulin levels in the blood rapidly rise to damaging levels and, together with the resulting elevated Glucose levels, account for much of the damage to our Arteries and Vascular system. When Insulin loses its effectiveness this loss is not due to any change in the Insulin produced by the Pancreas. It is due to a change in the cellular metabolism of almost every cell in our body. Although our Insulin has not changed, our cell metabolism has changed. Our cells no longer respond to blood borne Insulin signaling as they should.

Our Blood Sugar Control System works like any type 0, negative feedback system to maintain our blood sugar at a predetermined setpoint. This setpoint is below the threshold where excess Glucose can cause Vascular damage. And the Insulin required to do this is normally below the threshold where it will cause Arterial or Vascular damage. When the Blood Sugar Control System is working right, it automatically, without our conscious knowledge, maintains correct blood sugar with a minimum amount of Insulin whether we have just eaten a meal or been fasting and exercising for a week.

When our system starts to exhibit Hyperinsulinemia, our Pancreatic Beta cells simply increase Insulin production and for a time this maintains our ability to swiftly lower post prandial (after eating) blood Glucose. For a time this maintains normal Glucose levels, albeit by the secretion of these abnormally high Insulin levels.

At some point during the progressive loss of effectiveness of Insulin, our Pancreatic Beta cells may no longer produce enough Insulin to manage normal post prandial and fasting Glucose. This may occur because our Pancreas becomes exhausted by trying to maintain abnormally high Insulin levels needed. It may occur because the progressive failure of our cellular metabolism has created a chronic demand for Insulin beyond what even a healthy Pancreas can supply. In either event, when this happens Type 2 diabetes is diagnosed. Of course, Hyperinsulinemia has been around for some while, often for a long while, by the time this diagnosis is made.

The fat and oils connection to Hyperinsulinemia, and thus to all of the diseases mentioned, clearly parallels the rise of the Hydrogenated and Refined fats and oils business. Although not well known outside of research circles, (for reasons that are probably economic), the connection between artificial fats and oils and the Hyperinsulinemic destruction of vital functions is now well established. Recent advances in the study of appropriate cellular biochemical pathways have been most revealing.

To stop and reverse the progress of Hyperinsulinemia the following dietary steps are mandatory:

1. Do not eat any hydrogenated oils or any prepared foods that contain them as ingredients.

2. Do not eat any unsaturated or refined vegetable oil that comes in a transparent bottle on a room temperature grocery store shelf. Cold pressed olive oil, coconut oil and Sesame seed oil are the only exceptions to this blanket rule.

3. Do not eat any oil that has been used in deep frying or that has been heated in cooking except butter and coconut oil. Do not eat any deep fried foods at all.

4. Add one or two tablespoons full of cold pressed flax oil or fish oil to the daily diet. Do not cook with this oil. Keep it refrigerated when not in use.

5. Supplement the diet with a good vitamin and chelated mineral complex from a reputable manufacturer. If you don't know one, get a recommendation from your local Naturopath or Chiropractor. Be sure to get Chromium, Vanadium, Calcium, Magnesium, and the trace minerals in the mix.

The program outlined above has a track record of reversing Hyperinsulinemia and the Type 2 diabetes that often accompanies it. In our Special Report, Insulin: Our Silent Killer, we are able to expand, explain and elaborate upon this protocol and present useful tricks and techniques to assure its speedy success in the vast majority of cases.

However, there is another problem that must be faced when curing this disease. It is this: during that part of the cure cycle when elevated blood Glucose and Insulin levels are manifest, the body is being slowly destroyed by these agents. This period may last for many weeks or months dependent upon how long the disease has been allowed to run rampant before a cure is attempted. During this period of time it is of the utmost importance to use all measures available to keep blood sugar and Insulin levels as low as possible so as to minimize the damage. The following list of techniques can be of considerable help in doing this:

1. Select foods with a low Glycemic Index from a glycemic table. Do not depend upon food exchanges; they don't work. They are based on the idea that food may be exchanged on the basis of equal calorie content and ignore that fact that, while calories are important, the glycemic value is far more important to the diabetic.

2. Use fiber in the diet as much as practical. It reduces the "rate effect" of Blood Sugar Control System perturbation and helps keep post prandial Glucose in check. Our Special Report elaborates upon the types of fiber and on how and why fiber works to control blood sugar.

3. Develop the habit of exercise at least twice a day. Work for twenty minutes or until you begin to perspire. Do not do aerobic exercises if your Arterial system has been compromised.

4. Investigate the use of herbs such as Gymnema Sylvestre to help keep blood glucose low.

5. Test for allergic reactions when you eat by taking your pulse. When you eat a food to which you are allergic, your pulse rate will escalate at least 10 beats per minute. Don't eat any food to which you are allergic.

6. As a last resort, consult with your doctor regarding the use of Vanadium Sulfate and other oral hypoglycemic synthetic drugs. Be sure that you understand the side effects of these before you commit to using them.

In the beginning of the recovery program is is best to remove fats and oils, except flax seed oil, or other oil containing a high percentage of W3 fatty acids, from the diet as completely as possible. Later, when the Hyperinsulinemia has started to reverse, it is ok to gradually restore fats and oils, good fats and oils only, to as much as fifteen percent of the calories consumed.

This program will, relatively quickly, reverse Hyperinsulinemia, Type 2 diabetes and some of the other symptomatic diseases caused by Hyperinsulinemia. In an example case, Type 2 diabetes was reversed in 103 days from start to finish. At the start fasting, blood sugar was 368mg/dl. At the end of the program it varied between 75 and 85 mg/dl.

This program will remove much stress from the components of the Blood Sugar Control System; over a period of time they too will be restored to youthful function. This includes the Liver, Pancreas, Adrenals, Thyroid and the interior transport agents in each cell of our body.

Source: http://www.lafayettesbest.com/articles/ ... inemia.htm

According to Dr. Seale Harris, the remedy for hyperinsulinemia was not some high priced fancy drug. He suggested that the cure for low blood glucose was self government of your body. Dr Harris stated that diabetics that suffer from hypoglycemia, should be prepared to give up certain things that contributed to their condition. As part of your treatment, you should be prepared to:

- Give up refined sugars.
- Give up candy.
- Give up Coffee.
- Give up soft drinks.

Source: http://www.diabetes-health-talk.com/hyp ... inism.html

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