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did you realize that diabetes is the fastest-growing disease on planet earth in China there are over a hundred million people that are diabetic a hundred million in India there are 68 million people that have diabetes in Mexico it’s the leading cause of death even higher than any other disease in Australia someone gets diabetes every five minutes in fact one out of every fourth person in a hospital bed is either a diabetic or there because they have some diabetic complications and of course in America we don’t really have diabetes we’re pretty much free of that disease we’re super healthy and I’m being very sarcastic now let’s talk about why this is the fastest growing disease I just want to show you the mechanism here because it’s very interesting of course you already know this but carbohydrates are the culprits and the frequency of eating but mainly the carbs so what happens when you eat carbs is you get too much sugar in the blood so this pancreas here has a little cell called the beta cell and it’s job is to make insulin and insulin job is to get the glucose out of the blood to maintain normal glucose now it usually takes between 10 to 15 to 20 years to develop diabetes and diabetes is simply disease that you have too much glucose and sugar in the blood but it takes a long time for that to show up on a blood test so you’re probably asking yourself like why doesn’t that show up a lot sooner well what’s happening is the pancreas is compensating it’s trying to help you out and it’s producing a lot more insulin than it should it’s producing 5 to 9 times as much insulin compared to a normal person so it’s a lot of insulin coming out there to keep this blood glucose normal so you go to the doctor they test you everything comes out normal you’re good to go of course you’re eating tons of carbs but it’s not showing up in the blood because the pancreas is producing so much insulin and one complication of this is that the cells are starting to resist insulin okay as a survival mechanism because too much insulin is toxic so they’re gonna create this condition called insulin resistance so now the body has to make even more insulin to penetrate to themselves to eventually end up in the blood to remove the glucose so here you are going along for 10 to 15 years and yes you’re having problems getting up at night sleep apnea belly fat a fatty liver you’re having a lot of problems with that are associated with diabetes and another name for it is a metabolic syndrome but the blood glucose is still normal because of this compensation but eventually what happens is the beta cell the cell the pancreas starts to get tired and it starts to fail to compensate for this situation so now it’s not going to produce the insulin so the insulin is going to go down okay now if we don’t have enough insulin and we have insulin resistance what’s going to happen to the blood glucose it’s gonna go up up up and that’s when you’re diagnosed with disease so diabetes is diagnosed very late on the chain of events if doctors knew this connection between carbs and insulin and blood sugars a little bit better they could probably focus on the diet here and prevent this problem and one thing they never do is check for insulin because if they did they would find that especially in a fasting insulin test and the test that you’d want to do is called a Homa IR they would find that you have high insulin there’s a really interesting medical doctor who did a lot of research in in the VA hospital and he tested thousands of people and out of all these people with normal blood glucose a good percentage of him at high insulin and he would check them not two hours after he would check them sometime five hours after a meal and he would see this spike in insulin so this data was known way back then and of course when you have these breakthroughs or these realizations they’re not really acknowledged until you know most of the world has a major problem over many many years so this insulin resistance is in the periphery of the body it’s called peripheral resistance and that’s one of the reasons why you may get peripheral neuropathies which basically is a problem the furthest away from the heart it’s like in the the toes or your fingertips that’s when you notice it first so this is what I want you to do if you’re a diabetic next time you’re at your doctor’s office just ask your doctor this one question or actually two questions one is this now doc isn’t diabetes a disease of too much sugar in the blood then why aren’t you recommending that I go in a low glucose or sugar or a carbohydrate diet and just see what they say because what’s shocking is that these basic things are not taught and medical school which is quite ironic anyway if you’re new to my channel click the link down below learn how to get in a low carbohydrate diet do in a minute fasting so you can decrease the need for this pancreas to work so hard alright thanks for watching so if you want more 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0:51 Why this is the fastest-growing disease?
1:09 What happens when you eat carbs?
1:30 What is diabetes?
1:50 Why doesn’t diabetes show up sooner?
2:35 Insulin resistance
2:45 Diabetes symptoms
3:04 What eventually happens
4:48 Peripheral resistance
5:05 What to do if you’re a diabetic
5:40 Action steps
Did you know that diabetes is the fastest growing disease on earth?
Why is diabetes the fastest growing disease?
Carbohydrates are the real culprit, and also the frequency of eating.
When you eat carbs, you get too much sugar in the blood. Your pancreas has a cell called the beta cell. Its job is to make insulin. Insulin’s job is to get the glucose out of the blood to maintain normal glucose.
What is diabetes?
It usually takes 10-20 years to develop diabetes. Diabetes is a disease where you have too much glucose in the blood.
It takes a long time for diabetes to show up because, in the meantime, your pancreas is trying to help you out by producing more insulin than it should to keep the blood glucose normal. Now, the cells are going to start resisting the insulin, because too much insulin is toxic. With this happening, a condition is being created called insulin resistance.
Eventually, the beta cell starts to get tired and fail. It’s not producing insulin, so insulin is going to go down, and the blood glucose goes up, resulting in diabetes.
Diabetes is diagnosed very late on the chain of events.
What to ask your doctor if you are a diabetic:
1. Isn’t diabetes a disease of too much sugar in the blood?
2. Then, why aren’t you recommending that I go on a low-sugar diet or low-carb diet?
• Get on healthy keto and do intermittent fasting, so you can decrease the need for your pancreas to work so hard.
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