Diabetes is a Digestive Issue.

Once Diabetes becomes a genetic issue, then logically, it will require one or two generations to remove it from that blood line. However, a large proportion of the problem is a Modern one. Modern lifestyle has severely impacted on our General Health. Our approach to Food and Digestion is shocking. We put whatever we like into our bodies and expect it to work well. Bringing about an improvement in Digestive Disorders is as much a Psychological Problem as it is a Dietary one. Indeed, if the Psychology is sound, the cure is inevitable.

Modern Lifestyle.

Diabetes is a complex problem. Biochemically, it is a General Breakdown in the Digestive Processes and Specifically in the Pancreas hosting the Islets of Langerhans. Both aspects need be addressed if the problem is to be eradicated from the body.

General Digestive Issues.

The Holistic Approach is the best, which includes; pinpointing weaknesses, adjusting food combinations, lifestyle habits, hereditary genetics, blood type, daily routines, body image, the psychology of eating disorders, removing unhealthy ingredients and chemicals, getting the right advice, having a supportive Doctor, using available supplements and alternate therapies, etc etc.

Islets of Langerhans.

Diabetes is where these tiny glands have stopped producing. Radionics can ‘re-stimulate’ production from these glands. However, it is discovered that this may not be the ‘Real Breakdown’ in the Digestive System. Watching and understanding the behaviour of ‘blood sugar’ will give an indication of the problem. If ‘blood sugar’ levels are beginning to fluctuate then the Islets are functioning but not coping with the POOR DIGESTION. Instead of focusing on the real problem, A DIGESTIVE DISORDER, the focus will be on the obvious. However, the obvious is not so obvious here. Diabetes is a General Breakdown of the Digestive System and our eating habits are to blame. It’s that simple.!

Relevant Points to Consider.

Digestive Habits.

Diet is the key to solving this problem!. While the weak link is Insulin Production, the actual problem starts with food. Change food and eating habits and dramatic steps forward can be achieved. This is what we should be hearing everywhere.

Physiological Approaches

Eating habits are bordering on ‘disorders’ in the western cultures and now emerging in developing countries. We have a huge wave of health problems coming through our children if we don’t educate and change thinking patterns NOW. Food and Dietary Education must begin in earnest in every school and class, from children to the elderly. It costs money to be sick!. Who could show leadership here?.

Lifestyle Changes.

‘Fast food’ has become ‘cool’. What a pity. If it was ‘cool’ to feast on olive leaves, perhaps much of our health issues would disappear in one generation!. We need to ‘counter-culture’ this image of food by clever strategies.

Alternate Doctors.

The Medical Professionals really need to get on-board here in educating and PUSHING the ‘healthy way’ as the ‘start and finish’ to these problems. Their office walls should be covered with health-related posters like ‘eat apples’ and drug-company endorsements need to be removed.


In the old days Convalescence was a post-war initiative. When our ‘nerves are shot’, we rest and recover. However, our Motor Nervous Systems are adjusting faster than other parts of our Body Systems. Our Brains are one massive ‘nervous system’. So, the modern impact is on the Mental Chemical Balance Effect in the brain and the rise in mental-related issues. A tragic resent development is that Police are encouraged to use tazers on Mentally-disturbed people.

Diabetes is a National issue.

Food has been ‘double-impacted’. Firstly, because it is an easy target for manufactures and secondly misinformation only confuses consumers to keep buying the wrong stuff. This is as much a Government Problem as it is a; Medical, Cultural and Mental one. A clear coherent approach to this issue must be presented by all, since we are ALL affected by this in some way or another.

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