Type 3 Diabetes

Type 3 Diabetes
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Type 3 diabetesMajority of individuals are familiar with the causes, and some form of treatment for Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes; but have you heard of Type 3 diabetes?

Diabetes, in general, is when insulin is not properly produced or used effectively in the body. Insulin is created in the pancreas, and it is necessary to absorb blood sugar (also known as glucose), which is the main source of fuel for the body. When glucose is not properly absorbed, blood sugar levels rise and lead to diabetic symptoms like frequent urination, unexplained weight fluctuation and increased urination.

Type 1 diabetes is diagnosed when the body does not produce any insulin, while Type 2 diabetes affects more than 90% of the human population, and although some insulin is produced, cells become resistant, and it is not processed by the body in an effective manner. Type 2 diabetes is linked to inactivity, obesity, poor diet habits and family hereditary.

We live in a very technical age and people who are ultra-sensitive to “dirty” electricity that is emitted from the many electrical devices today, may be at risk for Type 3 diabetes.

Clinical studies have been conducted, and the results have been published regarding the dangers that electro pollution causes. A very interesting finding that research has revealed is that people that who are “electro-sensitive”, experienced an increase in blood sugar when they walked on a motorized treadmill, and when they engaged in the some type of exercise, outside (away from electricity), their blood sugar levels decreased.

Electromagnetic pollution is dangerous to everyone, but the individuals that are very sensitive to this type of environmental pollution, affect the body in quite an astonishing manner.

Pre-Diabetes may be quickly pushed into full-fledged diabetes by electromagnetic (EMF) pollution, and sadly there is no definitive way, to tell if a person has type 2 or type 3 diabetes.

Of course, many people are not willing to join the Amish community and forfeit their computers, televisions and cell phones. Below we have outlined some ways to reduce electromagnetic pollution, which include, but not limited to:

  1. Specialized EMF home filtration system.
  2. Use the speaker feature on cell phones and keep this device away from your body as much as possible.
  3. Place a wireless router outside the bedroom.
  4. Limited the use of electrical blankets, as they create a strong electromagnetic field.
  5. Get plenty of exercise outdoors, as the fresh air helps to rejuvenate your entire system, and the natural sunshine will provide your body with much needed Vitamin D.

A hairdryer, electronic exercise equipment and fluorescent lightening are also sources of electromagnetic pollution.

There are still sceptics that do not accept that EMF pollution is one of many environmental contributors of poor health, but although more research is needed, the results so far are overwhelming.

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