THERE IS A LADA EPIDEMIC IN INDIA, WHICH IS BEING HUSHED UP BY DESH DROHIS IN THE PAYROLL OF EVIL PHARMA.
IF YOU DO SURYA NAMASKAR ( SEROTONIN ) , CONSUME CIRCUMIN ( FRESH TURMERIC ) , HYDRATE THE BODY , AVOID SUGARY SOFT DRINKS YOU WILL NEVER GET LADA.
In India more than 30% people diagnosed with type 2 diabetes have LADA. And most Indian doctors have even heard of LADA
The only way to diagnose LADA is with a blood test for islet-cell antibodies
LADA is a form of type 1 diabetes that develops later into adulthood.
LADA is an autoimmune disease in which the body’s immune system attacks and kills off insulin producing cells.
LADA stands for Latent Autoimmune Diabetes of Adults. Latent means it comes on slowly - in this way it’s similar to type 2 diabetes. Autoimmune is where the body attacks its own insulin producing cells; similar to type 1 diabetes
LADA HAS ALWAYS BEEN MISDIAGNOSED AS TYPE 2 DIABETES IN INDIA, WHICH IS SUCH A DISGRACE .
In India ignorant doctors ( quota party/ donation party ) misdiagnose LADA as type 2 diabetes.
These idiots think that autoimmune type diabetes can happen only to children or young adults.
In India the trigger to LADA has been excessive consumption of sugary soft drinks and drinking toxic A1 milk of HUMPLESS Jersey cows.
It is imperative that LADA is diagnosed correctly. If LADA is incorrectly diagnosed as type 2 diabetes, it will lead to inappropriate treatment methods that could accelerate the loss of insulin producing ability.
Type 1 diabetes is a condition characterized by a lack of insulin due to autoimmune processes that destroy the insulin-producing beta cells in the pancreas. Type 2 diabetes is primarily associated with insulin resistance.
Determining the presence of LADA is achieved by examining the presence of elevated levels of pancreatic autoantibodies amongst patients who have recently been diagnosed with diabetes but do not require insulin.
A GAD Antibody test can measure the presence of these autoantibodies.
These antibodies can identify LADA, and also can predict the rate of progression towards insulin dependency.
A Glutamic Acid Decarboxylase Autoantibodies test (GAD antibodies test) is used to help discover whether someone has either type 1 diabetes or Latent Autoimmune Diabetes of Adulthood (LADA).
A GAD test is a blood test which measures whether the body is producing a type of antibody which destroys its own GAD cells.
Common antibody blood tests look for glutamic acid decarboxylase antibodies (GADA) – an antibody to an enzyme in beta cells; insulin autoantibodies (IAA) – antibodies that target insulin; and insulinoma-associated-2 autoantibodies (IA-2A) – another antibody to a beta cell enzyme. If your test is positive for even one antibody, you have autoimmune diabetes
In diabetes, it’s the beta cells of the pancreas that are in low numbers. The beta cells are important because they make insulin. Degeneration of the beta cells is the main cause of type I diabetes.
Serotonin has an essential function helping to repair the pancreas as a result of inflammation. Lack of serotonin causes problems. Thus, in order to repair the pancreas, you need to have adequate serotonin.
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Insulin resistance (IR) is a condition that causes cells to reject the normal mechanism of insulin, a hormone that is produced by the pancreas and is fundamental to the regulation of glucose metabolism.
IR is associated with type 2 diabetes; in type 1 diabetes, the body is unable to produce insulin, while in type 2, insulin production is unaffected but the cells are unable to process it.
When cells become insulin-resistant, they are unable to absorb the glucose needed to supply them with energy, and the unused glucose builds up in the bloodstream–leading to hyperglycemia.
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CBD protects the Beta cells of the pancreas from oxidative and immunologic damage. This protection allows the Beta cells to continue their job of secreting insulin and lessens the chance of developing diabetes. This effect is more pronounced when cannabis is used early in life to protect the pancreas
The level of glucose in human blood depends on the continuous cooperation between two types of cells in the pancreas. Alpha cells secrete glucagon hormone that increases glucose in blood, while the beta cells secrete insulin, the hormone decreasing glucose concentration.
Alpha and beta cells communicate with each other, and the central role in this communication is played by cannabinoids – organic compounds that occur in nature also in inflorescences of cannabis.
Diabetes 1 people tend to be thin or underweight. Diabetes 2 folks tend to be overweight or obese.
The primary cause of LADA is related to the high level of blood sugar as well as the islet failure of the body. Beta cells (β cells) make up around 75 % of the cells in the islets of the pancreas.
Their primary function is to store and release insulin and, when functioning correctly, can respond quickly to fluctuations in blood glucose concentrations by secreting some of their stored insulin.
Diabetes is due to the failure of a privileged few cells, rather than the behaviour of all cells. Just about 8% of beta cells control islet responses to glucose.
Diabetes type 1 and LADA are very different. The symptoms of the latter develop slowly. The symptoms become prevalent when the patient reaches adulthood. That is why it is often incorrectly diagnosed as diabetes type 2 due to the age.
In the west LADA occur on more than 53 % of patients diagnosed with diabetes type 2. In India it is less as we consume Turmeric. There is NO Indian curry without turmeric.
LADA occurs on the person who has no obesity. If a person is diagnosed with diabetes type 2, but he or she is not obese, it is recommended for them to take test like zinc transporter autoantibody (ZnT8), insulinoma-associated (IA-2) autoantibody, islet cell autoantibody (ICA), and Glutamic acid decarboxylase autoantibody (GADA).
LADA, ( also known as type 1.5 ) develops in adulthood and shares characteristics of both type-1 and type-2.
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Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune disease in which antibodies are made against the body’s own insulin-making cells (the beta cells) in the pancreas so that no insulin is being made.
People with type 1 diabetes need insulin as soon as they are diagnosed and people with type 2 diabetes rarely need insulin at all and have no autoantibodies in their bloodstreams.
Another differentiator is that people who are diagnosed with type 2 diabetes are usually considered overweight, while people with LADA are often at a healthy weight.
Like type 1 diabetes, LADA occurs when the insulin producing beta cells in the pancreas are damaged by the body’s own immune system, and no longer produce insulin.
However, unlike type 1 diabetes, individuals with LADA may not require insulin straight away; insulin requirements only become necessary months or years after diagnosis.
Also, individuals diagnosed with LADA are usually over the age of 30, compared to type 1 diabetes where most of the cases occur in chidren and young adults less than 20 years of age.
In India iron fortified foods have invaded the market, when it is NOT required. . The excess iron is unable to be removed from the body, leading to accumulation of iron over time, in organs such as the pancreas.
Consequently, the amount of insulin produced by the damaged pancreas is affected.
Chronic pancreatitis is a condition where the pancreas becomes inflamed and painful over a long period of time. Diabetes is a common complication of chronic pancreatitis as the amount of insulin produced by the inflamed pancreas is affected.
Around 75% of women with PCOS present with type 2 diabetes due to insulin resistance, where the insulin is not working effectively.
The warning signs of type 1 and type 2 are very similar, which aids in the difficulty of diagnosing the correct type a patient has.
But if you’ve experienced a recent onset of these symptoms, you should schedule an appointment with your doctor right away.
Drowsiness or lethargy
Sudden weight loss
Sudden vision changes
Sugar in the urine
Fruity odor on the breath
Heavy or labored breathing
Stupor or unconsciousness
Candida is a common denominator in many autoimmune polyendocrine disorders.
Candida and diabetes are two common conditions that occur as a result of past broad spectrum antibiotic use. Each condition supports the existence of the other, but fungal candida alone can create diabetes through direct and indirect means.
Both the incidence and prevalence of diabetes and candida have risen steadily since the introduction of antibiotics in the 1940s.
People with diabetes have been found to a higher incidence of candida infections affecting various tissues and organs. Excess sugars are an excellent source of fuel that can rapidly increase the growth of candida.
Candida plays a role in shaping of the intestinal flora, which has been found to regulate blood sugar levels through effects on organs such as the pancreas and liver.
Excessive sugar consumption (and this includes artificial sugar substitutes) is a potential threat not just for Type II Diabetes or LADA, but also for autoimmune thyroid . It can also foster secondary infections like candida
Cells that are required for the body’s production of insulin are forced to respond more quickly and frequently because higher levels of insulin are needed to combat the excessive intake of sugar. As a result of these cells being overworked, they become damaged, and insulin production is decreased or halted.
IN INDIA ZIONIST JEW SOFT DRINK COMPANIES THRIVE AS THEY GIVE POLITICAL DONATIONS.
THE SELFISH AND DESH DROHI RULERS CARE ONLY ABOUT THEIR CHAIR, NOT FOR THE HEALTH OF THE FUTURE GENERATIONS
Coke contains Phosphoric acid and most of the Zionist Jew beverage Phosphoric acid ( white –fod grade ) is shipped out of Ashdod in Israel.
The phosphorus contained in fizzy sugary soda contribute to osteoporosis and drinking these sweetened beverages could result in cardiovascular disease
Phosphoric acid is used in fertilizers, soaps, polishes, dyes, polishing metals and in many other nonfood products. It’s added to sugary soft drinks to provide a sharper, tangy taste and to help slow the growth of molds and bacteria in sugary formulas.— to INCREASE THE SHELF LIFE / EXTEND THE EXPIRY DATE
Athletic teen girls who consume colas have five times the risk of bone fractures as those who don’t consume cola drinks. Dental erosion is one of the major concerns about prolonged exposure of your teeth to acidic beverages phosphoric acid in soda causes tooth enamel erosion, even at low levels.
Rothschild had a monopoly over WHITE PHOSPHORIC ACID ( used for Coke ) exported out of Israel
Found in carbonated cola drinks, phosphoric acid is the second most abundant food additive in the food industry. When phosphoric acid make contact with your teeth, your enamel begins to dissolve and soften, paving the path to decay.
Softened tooth enamel can promote plaque formation, which then leads to further enamel erosion.
If damage from phosphoric acid becomes severe, erosion may spread under your enamel and into the layer of dentin below, causing sensitivity and toothaches. At this point, root canal surgery may become necessary.
Coke has been linked to kidney stones, other forms of kidney disease, high blood pressure, excess weight gain in the midsection and insulin resistance
JEWS are behind the kosher lie on Internet that phosphoric acid, in Coke, when consumed in large quantities can facilitate a reaction within the kidney that will dissolve the calcium oxalate or calcium phosphate admixture that is the kidney stone.
IN FACT IT IS JUST THE OPPOSITE— PHOSPHORIC ACID CAUSES KIDNEY STONES
Phosphoric acid in Coke has been linked with an increased incidence of kidney stones and kidney disease. Phosphoric acid is linked with kidney stones because it creates an acidic environment in your kidney tract. When your urine becomes too acidic, kidney stones are able to form more easily.
Curcumin of Indian strain Turmeric, stimulates beta cell regeneration in type 1 diabetics and LADA affected people. Curcumin preserves pancreatic islet cell survival
Cannabis/ Marijuana has a significant effect on decreasing the incidence and severity of Type 1 diabetes and LADA -- diseases that involves the pancreas and its Beta cells.
The Beta cells of the pancreas are responsible for producing insulin which maintains glucose regulation. These Beta cells can be damaged by both oxidative stress and attack by your own immune system.
Protecting the Beta cells from damage would seem a better medical strategy, than treating the patient for diabetes once the Beta cells are dead.
PREVENTION IS BETTER THAN CURE
MOST OF THE MODERN DISEASES INDIANS NOW HAVE IS DUE TO BUYING GM TURMERIC ( POWDER IN PACKETS ) FROM JEW ROTHSCHILDs SUPERMARKETS .
JUST TWO DECADES AGAO, INDIANS USED FRESH TURMERIC PASTE IN EVERY CURRY. THEY BOUGHT FRESH TURMERIC FROM THE LOCAL VEGETABLE VENDOR.
THOSE DAYS THERE WERE VERY FEW MEDICAL SHOPS IN INDIA.
The destruction of beta cells is the main cause of Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus or Insulin Dependant Diabetes Mellitus (IDDM). The lack of beta cells causes very little or no insulin circulating in the blood.
In Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus or Non-insulin dependant diabetes mellitus, there is insulin resistance where the ability to remove glucose from the blood is reduced by over 80%.
In type 2 diabetes, beta cells undergo a slow degeneration and there can a reduction in beta cell mass thereby causing insufficient insulin to be produced.
The primary function of a beta cell is to store and release insulin. Insulin is a hormone that brings about effects which reduce blood glucose concentration.
Beta cells can respond quickly to spikes in blood glucose concentrations by secreting some of their stored insulin while simultaneously producing more.
The longer the BETA cells had stayed in the sugary solution, the longer it took them to recover. The damage might be irreversible after too much time in the glucose bath.
Insulin sensitivity improved so that their beta cells don’t have to work so hard.
Yoga and curcumin, help beta cells grow and heal
The body’s natural regeneration of beta cells may be hampered by high blood glucose levels ( drinking sugary Coke ) , which can damage newly regenerated beta cells
People with LADA should be aware of the signs of ketoacidosis and how to test for ketones if needed.
During pregnancy, women can get gestational diabetes, which resembles type 2 and usually disappears after childbirth
Again, type 1diabetes is an autoimmune disease in which the body's immune system kills off the beta cells in the pancreas, the makers of insulin.
Whereas type 1 diabetes in children tends to develop quickly, sometimes within the space of days, LADA develops more slowly, sometimes over a period of years.
The slower onset of diabetes symptoms being presented in people over 35 years may lead a doctor to initially diagnose a case of LADA as type 2 diabetes.
As LADA develops, a person’s ability to produce insulin will gradually decrease and this may lead to symptoms such as:---
A hard to quench thirst
Needing to frequently urinate
GAD antibodies can help your doctor determine if you have type 1 or 2 diabetes. Pancreas needs the enzyme glutamic acid decarboxylase (GAD) to function normally. Antibodies that target this enzyme are called GAD antibodies.
An antibody is a protein that your immune system uses to attack foreign objects. Those foreign objects are often potentially harmful, such as viruses or bacteria.
Sometimes, the immune system makes antibodies that mistakenly attack normal, cells that aren’t harmful. When that happens, it’s called an autoimmune disorder.
Ketones build up when the body needs to break down fats and fatty acids to use as fuel. This is most likely to occur when the body does not get enough sugar or carbohydrates.
This may be due to diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA). DKA is a life-threatening problem that affects people with diabetes. It occurs when the body cannot use sugar (glucose) as a fuel source because there is no insulin or not enough insulin.
Fat is used for fuel instead. Remember, untreated diabetic ketoacidosis can be fatal.
Seek emergency care if:--
Your blood sugar level is consistently higher than 300 milligrams per deciliter (mg/dL), or 16.7 millimoles per liter (mmol/L)
If for any reason the body cannot get enough glucose for energy it will switch to using body fats, resulting in an increase in ketone production making them detectable in the blood and urine.
The human body normally runs on glucose that’s produced when the body breaks down carbohydrates.
But when your body doesn’t have enough glucose or insulin to use the glucose, your body starts breaking down fats for energy. You get unexplained sudden weight loss. You plump buttocks soon become like a sucked out mango.
Ketones are byproducts of this breakdown. Those with type 1 diabetes are especially at risk for making ketones. Ketones are the body’s alternate way of fueling.
They build up when you:---
don’t have enough insulin
can’t use the insulin you have
aren’t eating enough
This may occur if you aren’t feeling well or you’re trying to diet and you aren’t eating enough.
Your body receives signals to release energy from fats when it:----
doesn’t have enough insulin, which occurs in type 1 diabetes
can’t use insulin properly, which occurs in type 2 diabetes
can’t use glucose properly, which occurs in starvation
When these fats reach your liver, it breaks them down into ketones.
The release of ketones can become a cycle. Your body will continue to release energy from fats, and the liver will continue to release ketones. This can cause your blood levels to become too acidic, which can be deadly.
If you don’t get treatment for high ketone levels, DKA can occur. The most serious effects of DKA include:--
swelling in the brain
a loss of consciousness
When a person has DKA, the electrolyte levels tend to be low. Examples of electrolytes include potassium, sodium, and chloride.
Islet autoantibodies are chemicals that show up in the bloodstream when beta cells are under attack. An antibody test can measure signs of trouble years before beta cells are totally destroyed , giving you and your doctor the chance to plan a smart strategy for taking care of LADA
Knowing you have LADA could help your doctor choose early medications that can preserve beta cells longer.
Insulin helps cells throughout the body absorb glucose from the bloodstream and use it for energy
Type 1 diabetes results from the destruction of insulin producing pancreatic islet cells. The pancreatic antibodies, however, do not cause type 1 diabetes.
They simply happen to be present in people at risk of developing type 1 diabetes. They can be detected years before diabetes begins. Doctors can use the antibody levels in the blood to predict who will develop type 1 diabetes
Insulin controls how much glucose (a type of sugar) is passed from the blood into cells for conversion to energy. Lack of insulin results in the inability to use glucose for energy or to control the amount of sugar in the blood. Type 1 diabetes is a disorder characterized by abnormally high blood sugar levels
In type 1 diabetes, specialized cells in the pancreas called beta cells stop producing insulin
Characteristics of LADA tend to include an intermediate level of beta cell dysfunction between those in type 1 and type 2 diabetes, faster decline of C-peptide compared to type 2 diabetes, and a level of insulin resistance that is comparable to type 1 diabetes
C-peptide BLOOD TEST is measured to tell the difference between insulin the body produces and insulin someone injects into their body. Someone with type 1 or type 2 diabetes may have their C-peptide level measured to see if their body is still producing any insulin.
It may also be measured in cases of low blood sugar to see if the person's body is producing too much insulin. A normal result 0.5 to 2.0 nanograms per milliliter (ng/mL). People with type 2 diabetes and insulin resistance may have a high C-peptide level that is normal for them.
C-peptide is a product that is created when the hormone insulin is produced and released into the body. The insulin C-peptide test measures the amount of this product in the blood.
C-peptide level is based on blood sugar level. C-peptide is a sign that your body is producing insulin. A low level (or no C-peptide) indicates that your pancreas is producing little or no insulin.
C-peptide levels are generally lower in LADA than in type 2 diabetes
C-peptide is a peptide composed of 31 amino acids. It is released from the pancreatic beta-cells
C-peptide levels are suppressed inType 1 diabetes mellitus
In type 2 diabetes, the body is resistant to the effects of insulin (insulin resistance) and it compensates by producing and releasing more insulin, which can also lead to beta cell damage.
Type 2 diabetics usually are treated with oral drugs to stimulate their body to make more insulin and/or to cause their cells to be more sensitive to the insulin that is already being made. Eventually, because of the beta cell damage, type 2 diabetics may make very little insulin and require injections.
Any insulin that the body does make will be reflected in the C-peptide level; therefore, the C-peptide test can be used to monitor beta cell activity and capability over time and to help a health practitioner determine when to begin insulin treatment.
C-peptide levels may be ordered when a person has been newly diagnosed with type 1 diabetes as part of an evaluation of the person's "residual beta cell function."
Type 2 diabetes occurs when the pancreas fails to produce enough insulin to function properly, meaning that glucose stays in the blood rather than being converted into energy.
In cystic fibrosis, mucus clogs the pancreas, and digestive enzymes are not able to get to the intestine. So food is not properly digested, particularly fats and proteins. A related symptom is large, greasy, smelly stools.
The thick, sticky mucus causes scarring of the pancreas, preventing it from producing enough insulin. More than 50% of adults with cystic fibrosis develop diabetes.
In addition to enzymes, the pancreas also produces insulin, a hormone that helps control blood sugar. Over time, the abnormal buildup of enzymes starts to break down pancreatic tissue. This slows and may eventually stop insulin production, resulting in diabetes.
Pancreatitis, an inflammation of the pancreas, results when thick mucus blocks the tube (duct) that leads from the pancreas to the beginning of the small intestine (duodenum).
People develop diabetes mellitus because pancreatic duct blockages and digestive enzyme damage lead to fibrosis or scarring of the pancreas. This scarring impairs the endocrine functions of the pancreas, such as regulating insulin secretion. Impaired production of insulin results in diabetes mellitus.
People with Cystic fibrosis-related diabetes (CFRD) do not respond to insulin in the right way like people with type 2 diabetes, especially when sick, when taking steroid medication, and when pregnant.
This is referred to as being "insulin resistant." Symptoms of CFRD are excessive fatigue, weight loss and unexplained decline in lung function.
An oral glucose tolerance test (OGTT) is the best way to diagnose CFRD and is usually done in the morning after an eight-hour fast.
The goal for treating CFRD is to keep blood sugar (glucose) at normal or near-normal levels. Doing so will help you gain weight, maintain muscle mass, feel better and have more energy.
Since foods with carbohydrates turn into blood glucose when eaten, people with CFRD need to count the carbohydrates in the foods they eat so they can give themselves the right amount of insulin
Yoga is good for lung function and can also improve your body's response to insulin.
WE ASK THE MODI GOVT TO HEAVILY TAX SUGARY DRINKS LIKE COKE AND PEPSI – OR KICK THEM OUT OF INDIA.
OF COURSE POLITICAL DONNASSSANN WILL DRY UP.
A 750 CC bottle of Pepsi contains 80 grams of sugar ( 19 teaspoons sugar )
Sodium, often from salt, causes the kidneys to excrete more calcium into the urine. High concentrations of calcium in the urine combine with oxalate and phosphorus to form stones.
Kidney stones composed predominantly (50% or more) of calcium phosphate constitute up to 10% of all stones Calcium phosphate stones can be caused by both high calcium and high pH levels in the urine.
Coke has Phosphoric acid .
I carried it on my stainless steel chemical ships from Ashdod ( Israel )—I know.
When you drink Coke in plastic bottles , you ingress plastic in your body, which causes enormous health problems.
Coke in Aluminium can is also dangerous for health— Aluminium leaches due to acidity.
Aluminium affects Beta cells of the pancreas. Islet amyloid formation causes destruction of insulin-producing beta-cells of the pancreas. The subsequent lack of insulin leads to increased blood and urine glucose.
Chronically elevated blood glucose levels (chronic hyperglycemia) over a long period of time leads to beta cells wearing out, referred to as beta cell turnover or beta burnout.
Beta cell stress is part of the trigger for the autoimmune process that leads to type 1 diabetes
WHEN I CARRY WHITE PHOSPHORIC ACID ( FOR COKE ) ON MY SHIP, WE ALWAYS PINCH A FEW DRUMS -- TO USE AS RUST REMOVER FROM STAINLESS STEEL TANKS.
THE TANKS THEN SHINE LIKE NEW SILVER
WHEN WE CARRY FERTILISER GRADE PHOSPHORIC ACID, THE TANK CORRODES DUE TO IMPURITIES.
I AM NOT JET ANOTHER AAYA RAMA GAYA RAAM -- I AM A WORLD EXPERT, WHO INTRODUCED THIS PLANET TO PASSIVATION .
WHEN PEOPLE COMPARE ME TO A FIGHTING NAVY SHIP CAPTAIN, I LAUGH.
WE CHEMICAL TANKER CAPTAINS ARE MAN EATING BENGAL TIGERS — THE FIGHTING TYPES ARE GRASS EATING PUSSIES, FRESH WATER NAVIGATORS -WHO PUKE IN ROUGH SEAS.
THERE IS NO COMPARISON WHEN IT COMES TO DANGERS WE FACE IN OUR FIELD OF WORK. OR QUALITY OF THE BRAIN.
CAPT AJIT VADAKAYIL