[Editor's Note: I received an email today from Mary which included the article seen further below from the BBC discussing the dramatic increase in diabetes in the UK. I'm sure we have a similar spike of diabetes cases here in the USA because we have common environmental conditions which are helping to precipitate the spike in diabetes and other degenerative, neurological conditions. Vaccines and a poor diet also play a role.
The two embedded videos with neurosurgeon, Dr. Jack Kruse, will help you better understand the important role which fish oils play in helping mitochondria membranes increase electron transport which in turn creates greater energy. A high fat diet will produce more energy than a high carb diet. Mitochondria energy production is increased with the exposure to ice cold water in showers and in drinking water (called Cold Thermogenesis). Many more tips and explanations in the videos. His web site and blog are loaded with fascinating and important information: https://www.jackkruse.com/blog-index/ ...Ken Adachi]
On 8/19/2015, Mary wrote:
Where is the info on it being low frequency induced, I totally believe it is or can be, but is there anything I can get on that. By the way starflower oil (borage) 1000mg daily will keep it at bay for a while and in some cases get rid of it see this http://www.diabeticseniors.com/borage-oil/
On Wed, Aug 19, 2015 at 10:40 AM, Robert wrote:
> Diabetes cases soar by 60% in past decade
> By James GallagherHealth editor, BBC News website
By James Gallagher Health editor, BBC News website
17 August 2015
The number of people living with diabetes has soared by nearly 60% in the past decade, Diabetes UK warns.
The charity said more than 3.3 million people have some form of the condition, up from 2.1 million in 2005.
The inability to control the level of sugar in the blood can lead to blindness and amputations and is a massive drain on NHS resources.
The NHS said it was time to tackle poor lifestyle, which is a major factor behind the rise.
Diabetes UK called for the NHS to improve care for patients and for greater efforts to prevent diabetes.
Roughly 90% of cases are type 2 diabetes, which is the form closely linked to diet and obesity.
People with type 1 generally develop it in childhood and are unable to produce the hormone insulin to control their blood sugar levels.
Dr Joan St John, a GP in Brent in north-west London, where diabetes levels are some of the highest in the country, said the condition had become incredibly widespread.
She told the BBC News website: "It's very noticeable in that not a week goes by that you don't make a new diagnosis of diabetes, at least one if not two or three; previously that might have been one a month."
The complications of uncontrolled blood sugar levels can be severe, including nerve damage, loss of vision and organ damage. '
The condition even leads to 135 foot amputations every week across the country.
Dr St John added: "Unfortunately that historical myth that it is not a serious condition is still retained by some people and you have to dispel that myth."
"One of the most miserable complications is neuropathy [nerve damage] which can cause a constant nagging, gnawing ache, usually in the legs or feet, and this can be really disturbing and there is no cure for it," she added. [This statement is patently untrue. All expressions of neuropathy are easily curable - when you understand the cause...Ken]
Data published last week showed that diabetes medication now accounts for 10% of the NHS drugs bill.
Nearly £869m was spent on drugs, including insulin and metformin, marking a sharp rise from the £514m being spent a decade ago, when the drugs accounted for just 6.6% of the prescriptions budget.
Part of GP pay is linked to diagnosing and treating diabetes - and has been for years. The government says this is to improve care.
We've said it before and we'll say it again, it's time to get serious about lifestyle change
Martin McShane, NHS England
The reasons why levels of type 1 diabetes are increasing are not understood.
However, the explanation for the soaring cases of type 2 are being placed squarely on the nation's ballooning waistline.
Barbara Young, the chief executive of Diabetes UK, said the government needed to act to prevent new cases and improve treatment for those already affected.
She said: "Diabetes already costs the NHS nearly £10bn a year, and 80% of this is spent on managing avoidable complications."
"So there is huge potential to save money and reduce pressure on NHS hospitals and services through providing better care to prevent people with diabetes from developing devastating and costly complications," she added.
Dr Martin McShane, NHS England's Director for Long Term Conditions, said: "These figures are a stark warning and reveal the increasing cost of diabetes.
"We've said it before and we'll say it again, it's time to get serious about lifestyle change."
Here's the real problem:
"The reasons why levels of type 1 diabetes are increasing are not understood." James Gallagher, Health editor, BBC News
The BBC and the NHS are the Last people on earth I would turn to for answers. They are the most ignorant, yet the most arrogant and self assured (of their ignorance and lack of understanding of how the body actually works)
It's true, certain forms of low frequency EMF is problematic, but low frequency "radiation" from high voltage power lines are only a problem if you are physically close enough to them to be affected by their electromagnetic fields. Very few people live that close to high voltage power lines. The effect of UNSHIELDED 240 volt, 50 Hz power lines in your home can affect you SOMEWHAT if your body is already weakened and you have a low capacity to deliver oxygen and electrons to your mitochondria cell membranes (which is substantially exacerbated by today's highly polluted radio frequency EMF environment). Even if you are affected by power lines in your home, it would not be a primary, causative factor in developing diabetes. By the way, proponents of alternative medicine rang the alarm bells about the damaging effects of power line electromagnetic radiation fields in the 1970 and 1980s and were ignored or ridiculed by mainstream science which the BBC and NHS would be representative of. Mainstream usually 'discovers" and makes noisy announcements about 40 or 50 years down the road, after the alternative researchers who broke the story are long forgotten and ignored.
Diabetes is exploding in the UK in the past decade because people are being weakened and adversely affected by HIGH frequency microwave radiation fields that were not there in previous decades (starting to increase dramatically, say, around the year 2000) from the use of electronic gadgets inside and outside the home including cell phones, smart phones, smart meters, smart appliances, cordless phones, WiFi computers, Wifi EVERYTHING, Mast towers, etc, etc., that are NOW ubiquitous in urban and suburban areas, schools, work places, mast towers atop apartment buildings, hospitals, etc., adversely impacting EVERYONE within their radiation fields, whether they show symptoms or not.
Listen to this Youtube and other Youtube videos by Dr Jack Kruse to understand what's really causing the fatigue and diabetes explosion.
Dr. Jack Kruse Mitochondria, circadian rhythms, and DHA [Fish oil]
Podcast #87 - How to Live Longer than Most People w/ Jack Kruse
PS1. The oil you mentioned helps because it helps mitochondria membranes function more properly and that in turn delivers more energy to the body. Clean and fresh DHA from fish oil is what is needed daily.
PS2. The weight gain mentioned in the article is caused by the same mechanism and the same factors that is causing the increase in diabetes.
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