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The Cure For Type Ii Diabetes

If you are already on insulin, absolutely do not stop taking insulin, and do not stop measuring your glucose levels, without your doctor's permission. Surprisingly, medical researchers, such as from Medical News Today, consider Type 2 diabetes to be an immune problem whereby the immune system attacks the body's own cells. Type 2 diabetes is in the process of being redefined as an autoimmune disease rather than just a metabolic disorder, said an author of a new study published in Nature Medicine this week, the findings of which may lead to new diabetes treatments that target the immune system instead of trying to control blood sugar. … The researchers believe that insulin resistance, the hallmark of type 2 diabetes (unlike type 1 diabetes where it is the insulin-producing cells that are destroyed), is the result of B cells and other immune cells attacking the body's own tissues. This discovery is nothing new to some natural medicine researchers. Treatments that do the things necessary to build the immune system have been curing type 2 diabetes for years. Some of these treatments are “electromedicine” treatments which use gentle electrical waves to do the things necessary to re Continue reading >>

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  1. mal72

    Can steroid cream cause an increase in BG's?

    My dermatologist recently put me on a topical steroid cream for a rash on my lower leg. I asked her if this would cause my BG to increase as I know an oral steroid does. She said it shouldn't but the past few days I have noticed a slight increase. I am worried my Victoza is starting to be less effective or maybe it's the steroid cream. Anyone else have a similar experience?

  2. furball64801

    Good question but giving a number would be good, to say its a slight higher it could be several things besides the cream, did you wash your hands with warm soap and water before testing. What did you eat and what were readings before testing and eating many things can affect a reading.

  3. gigem99

    A couple of years ago, I put some hydrocortisone cream on my foot because of some kind of nasty rash or something. Within a few hours, my BG's began to climb, and climb, and climb some more (I could see it on my CGM). I won't even get close to steroids since I saw that.
    Tom

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