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Dr. Sebi: The Man Who Cures AIDS, Cancer, Diabetes And More

Dr. Sebi: The Man Who Cures AIDS, Cancer, Diabetes and More

Dr. Sebi: The Man Who Cures AIDS, Cancer, Diabetes and More

The doctor who has cured every disease you can think of – naturally.
Dr. Sebi hails from Honduras and his healthy holistic methods for curing even the most serious of diseases cannot be denied.
After claiming that he had cured patients of cancer, AIDS, diabetes and epilepsy, he was investigated by the FDA, and taken to court by the Attorney General of New York in a Supreme Court trial, he won the trial.
After being asked to provide just one witness for each illness he claimed to have cured, he produced 70 and blew the court case out of the water.
His cure? He claims that all disease in the body is caused by excess mucus. He says that every form of disease that he has treated has been due to a build-up of mucus in this area.
He says:
“Our research reveals that all manifestation of disease finds it genesis when and where the mucous membrane has been compromised. For example, if there is excess mucous in the bronchial tubes, the disease is bronchitis; if it is in the lungs, the disease is pneumonia; in the pancreatic duct, it is diabetes; in the joints, arthritis.”
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Dr. Sebi swears by a natural diet full of fresh fruit and vegetables. The following list is foods approved by Dr. Sebi in his healing diet.
Vegetables
Amaranth greens – same as Callaloo, a variety of Spinach
Avocado
Bell Peppers
Chayote (Mexican Squash)
Cucumber
Dandelion greens
Garbanzo beans
Green banana
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Filipino Doctor Found Miracle Cure For Diabetes In 5 Minutes

Filipino Doctor Found Miracle Cure For Diabetes In 5 Minutes

Diabetes, often referred to by doctors as diabetes mellitus, describes a group of metabolic diseases in which the person has high blood glucose (blood sugar).
Over time it can affect every body part and may cause kidney damage, nerve damage, amputations and blindness.
According to International Diabetes Federation, Philippines is one of the world's emerging diabetes hotspots.
Despite of thousands of researches from different countries, there is no cure for Type 1diabetes, only treatment using insulin.
However, a doctor from the Philippines will be the first ever person who discovered a 'miracle cure' by doing his own research.
Dr. Jaime Dy-Liacco is a doctor of Metabolic Medicine who dedicated himself to find a cure to combat this deadly disease.
According to the 82-year-old doctor, eating sweets is not the root cause of diabetes, but lacking of six specific minerals. If a person eats enough food having these six minerals, he can eat sweets as much as he likes.
Therefore, he created a mixture that will have the minerals needed to fight diabetes.
What you need:
- 12 pieces Native chili pepper (siling labuyo)
- 2 pieces Raw eggs
- 1/2 teaspoon sea salt
Preparations:
1. Cut and grind the chili peppers.
2. Mix the peppers with raw eggs well.
3. Add 1/2 teaspoon sea salt
4. Drink the mixture.
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What It’s Really Like to Be the Mother of a Child with Diabetes

What It’s Really Like to Be the Mother of a Child with Diabetes

Having diabetes is difficult. And it can be scary. It’s a 24-7 burden that requires a ton of planning (and a lot of poking). There are fears associated with the condition that people with diabetes likely never consider for more than a moment. And while living a healthy and full life with diabetes is absolutely possible, it definitely takes a little more effort.
But what about when you aren’t the one with diabetes? What if, instead, you’re the parent of a child with diabetes?
Being a caregiver is one of the most difficult tasks a person can be faced with. Like having diabetes, it comes with a whole host of responsibilities and fears, and they often feel just slightly beyond your control. Being a parent is already an incredible role to take on, but adding a chronic condition to the equation, and it’s an entirely different scenario.
In the video below, a group of mothers share what it’s like to have a child with diabetes. Based on the poem, “A Mother’s Anthem” by Linda Kaniasty, the film offers insight into their lives in hopes of raising awareness for diabetes.
Take a look, and make sure to let us know what you think in the comments below. Continue reading

Managing Diabetes Costs with High Co-pays or No Insurance

Managing Diabetes Costs with High Co-pays or No Insurance

Supplies for managing diabetes – blood glucose monitors, test strips, prescription medications, syringes, etc. – can run nearly $8,000 each year for those without insurance.
Though the number of uninsured Americans declined over the past 12 months, many people remain unable to cover the costs of diabetes care. Plus, some individuals with insurance have co-pay expenses that strain the monthly budget.
Money-Saving Tips
Dr. Irl Hirsch of the University of Washington, Seattle, and a type 1 diabetic, offers the following eight tips for keeping diabetes expenses to a minimum:
Be aware of “bad” ways to cut corners and save on diabetes spending. It is dangerous to save money by using “off-shore” blood glucose meters since they might not give accurate readings, using the same infusion set for longer than three days, monitoring blood glucose less often, or using NPH insulin without adequate testing to prevent low blood sugar.
Although common sense and extra care is required, some supplies can be reused or their use extended. Some individuals use the same lancet for a few fingersticks instead of a new lancet for every one. Other people wear CGM sensors more than the recommended period of seven days without experiencing a decrease in accuracy.
Human insulins (e.g., Novolin, Humulin) are much easier on the pocket book than analog insulins. Though many doctors and patients prefer analog insulins, NPH is a choice for those on a tight budget and are less concerned about hypoglycemic episodes. Using human insulin instead of an analog can save people up to $4,900 per year.
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These Color-Changing Tattoos Could Change The Way Diabetes Is Managed!

These Color-Changing Tattoos Could Change The Way Diabetes Is Managed!

Few people would argue with the idea that managing diabetes is difficult. You never get a day off. You never get a break. And the truth is, it can, and often does, impact nearly every aspect of your life. On top of all of that, there are so many different things that can affect your numbers.
Didn’t get enough sleep? Your numbers might be affected by that. Under some additional pressure at work that’s increasing your stress levels? It might be increasing your blood glucose levels, as well. Did you just exercise? Your numbers were probably affected.
And sometimes it’s just not easy to stop what you’re doing to test. Moreover, while many people report being able to feel changes in their body when they’re high or low, those symptoms can change, and even disappear altogether over time, making it increasingly difficult to listen to the alarm bells your body is sending out.
But what if there was an easier, more reliable way for your body to tell you it’s time to test? Well, there just might be.
Researchers at MIT and Harvard are teaming up to develop an innovative new way to track your health: color changing tattoos. These amazing tattoos could allow people to see, on the surface of their skin, changes in their blood glucose levels, among other metabolic fluctuations. In lieu of tattoo ink, these tattoos feature 4 biosensors that detect changes in blood sugar, pH, and sodium.
This incredible advancement could offer warnings to people with diabetes and provide more real-time indicators of bodily changes. It could also take some of the burden off of people suffering from Continue reading

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