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Thursday, September 3, 2009

REVELATIONS: PART - 7 DIABETES & HEART BLOCKAGES



REVELATIONS: PART - 7 DIABETES & HEART BLOCKAGES



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UNDER-URINATION* and CHRONIC CONSTIPATION** CAUSE TYPE-2 DIABETES & HEART BLOCKAGES


* Pardon me for repeating the definitions: Under-Urination = Profuse sweating occurs due to strenuous exercises, such as jogging, gymnasium work-outs, football, etc., after taking a hot water bath or shower (using water at high temperatures); Sauna or steam bath; sleeping under a fast-running fan; a very dry climate, with a very low relative humidity (RH), etc. can deplete a substantial quantity of water from the body. A very hot climate, as is found in the desert countries, can dry up the person to a great extent. All these constitute the causes for under-urination. Voluntary suppression of the urge for urination would also promote profuse sweating, and thereby under-urination.


** Chronic constipation = is defined in this system as frequent and incomplete defecation of shapeless, slimy and smelly stools more than once daily, releasing frequent smelly flatulence (gas) and halitosis (bad breadth) being the end-result of prolonged acute constipation; and it does NOT indicate diarrhoea as is understood in modern medicine).


ABSTRACT

The casues that are responsible for the occurrence of different types of diabetes and those that give rise to heart blockages are described here, for the FIRST TIME in the history of mankind. One may not find this information in any other language, and in any part of the world.


MAIN TEXT:
Diabetes is a general term for diseases characterised by excessive urination (Thomas,1985).


Diabetes insipidus is another disease that occurs more commonly in younger people. Here, the person urinates several times, very frequently (polyurea).



In addition, the person also develops excessive thirst (polydipsia). Diabetes mellitus, Type-II is said to be a disorder of carbohydrate (sugar) metabolism. This disease is characterised by hyperglycemia (increase in blood sugar) and glycosuria (presence of glucose in the urine).


These are said to be due to the inadequate production of insulin.


Insulin-dependent Diabetes Mellitus, Type-I: Absolute insulin deficiency occurs in this. Since this was common among children in the past, this is also called Juvenile Diabetes.


Pregnancy Diabetes / Gestational Diabetes or Latent Diabetes Mellitus*: As the name suggests, this occurs in women while they are pregnant. Often, this can continue to exist even after delivery.



* Some women, who drink plenty of water in their normal day-to-day life, tend to drink very little on becoming pregnant. This may be due to: (a) a feeling of fullness and difficulty to breathe they may experience, and (b) the nuisance of going to toilet for frequent urinations. In such cases, the brain induces forced urinations to eliminate the excesses and other wastes, and that forms the pregnancy diabetes.


* * * * * * *


Type-2 diabetes is not the result of excessive sugar consumption, as is believed by most people.


Likewise, consumption of oily, fried or fast foods does not contribute to childhood or adult obesity.


It is owing to these misconceptions that conclusive or definite cures for these problems have not been deciphered until now.


It is habitual under-urination (about 2-4 times daily), after drinking anything between 1 to 4 litres of water, habitual chronic constipation, and avoidance of eating carbohydrates and sugars, that jointly give rise to type-2 diabetes and also the pregnancy diabetes.


We have already seen the various causes that are responsible for making a person under-urinate.


The same set of factors seem to be enhancing the onset as well as further deterioration of these illnesses.


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It is Type-1 Diabetes (not type-2) that occurs when one consumes excessive sugars, while habitually under-urinating and chronically constipating.


As has already been mentioned earlier, it is true that diabetes is characterised by frequent urinations.


But, what has not been recognised as another important feature of diabetes is chronic constipation*.


* I have very clearly established that (Palaniappan, 1998, 2001) all the diabetic people suffer from chronic constipation. It is very unfortunate that the modern medicine has totally overlooked the importance of this as a major causative problem for several diseases.


All the waste substances and the unwanted excesses (including calcium) are constantly removed from the body through urinations and proper defecations.


If they are retained, they would turn into toxic substances and would harm the body.


However, many people do not seem to urinate properly. Due to some reasons of their own, they refrain from excreting their urine then and there.


Similarly, they develop chronic constipation and continue to live with it, on the assumption that their toileting habit is in good order*.


* As we have already seen elsewhere, people develop acute constipation (i.e., toileting hardened faeces once in two or more number of days) initially, for some reason.


In order to ease it, they resort to taking chemical laxatives on a regular basis, over-ripe papayas, and the like.


This induces chronic constipation (i.e., incomplete defecation of slimy stools, more than once daily). With a belief that their defecation is in order, they continue to live with such an undesirable toileting habit.


Both the habits favour an increased absorption of the free calcium back into the body.


As remedial measures, in order to save the person from serious problems, the brain induces forced (and frequent) urinations, and also maintains the chronic defecation.


The calcium, in the human body as well as in the plants, appears to be behaving as if it is a sugar*.


* Prematurely harvested sour fruits ripen well and turn sweet if and when such fruits are treated with lime. Since the vascular supply for the fruit begins from its stalk, the slimy lime should be rubbed over the scar of the stalk, to achieve a definite success.


Thus, when the re-absorbed calcium excesses enter into the blood stream, the brain receives it as sugar itself and reacts accordingly.


If a person with the above two habits (viz., chronic consti-pation and under-urination) takes excessive sugar, he tends to get the type-1 insulin dependent diabetes mellitus.


It is quite probable that the body could manage without undergoing the drastic insulin withdrawal action (in spite of taking excessive sugar), if the person has been urinating and toileting well without any chronic constipation.


* * * * * * * *


The initial reason for the onset of type-2 diabetes appears to be the total avoidance of sugar intake*.


* When a person takes normal sugar, normal amount of insulin secretes. If he begins to take more sugar, more insulin secretes to digest all of it. If he happens to consume abundant sugar, equally abundant insulin secretes.


If the person consumes more sugar than the abundant amount, which could be considered as a level that is beyond the tolerance capacity of the body (i.e., beyond the threshold point), then, the brain, instead of increasing the insulin production to go on par with the sugar input, which would severely damage several parts of the body, stops insulin production altogether. Such a reaction appears to be the best and possible way to prevent the presence of excessive and toxic-level quantities of sugar in the blood stream.


Subsequently, the insulin withdrawal tends to become a permanent feature, probably because of the irreversible damage done to the insulin-secreting part of the pancreas. (Such a behavioural response can also be seen when it comes to the total withdrawal of the thyroid hormone in the thyroid gland disease called Hashimotos Hypothryoiditis). Thus, the Type-1, Insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus comes to get established in a person.



On the contrary, when it comes to the type-2 diabetes, a different sequence takes place:


If a person takes normal sugar as before, normal quantity of insulin secretes. If he reduces the sugar intake, the pancreas too reduces the insulin production.



If the person stops completely the intake of sugar, but continues to eat at least some amount of carbohydrates (since it is almost impossible to eat food without any bit of carbohydrate), then, the pancreas too reduces the insulin production to a barest minimum, which should be considered just enough to digest the little carbohydrate intake. This is called Type-II diabetes.



In other words,in Type-II diabetes, the insulin secretion goes at its minimum, but does not stop altogether. The insulin-production mechanism in the pancreas is sill alive in this case, unlike the one in type-I diabetes;, and therefore, it can be activated by increasing the sugar intake.


I have, invariably observed, that all the type-2 diabetic people are habitual under-urinators, in addition to having chronic constipation.


Most of the type-2 diabetic people drink abundant water - a lot more than even the healthy persons, sometimes amounting even to 4 or 5 litres daily.


However, invariably, these people under-urinate all the time.


As described earlier, except for the small quantity that is voided as urine through just 2 to 4 urinations, the entire balance is spent as sweat through the skin.


This happens because of the several reasons I have repeatedly described elsewhere in this chapter.


I have been curing numerous type-2 diabetic people simply by regulating their water consumption (about 2 litres), correcting their chronic constipation (by giving them strong herbal laxatives), and making them to eat sugary foods and a carbohydrate-rich diet*.


* At this, if the person begins to (a) urinate liberally, (b)corrects his chronic constipation, and (c) begins to consume more carbohydrates and sugars in a gradual manner, his type-2 situation gets completely reversed. I have clinically established this time and again, by curing numerous type-2 diabetic patience.


* * * * * * * *


When a person under-urinates, suffers from chronic constipation, and takes a diet with very little carbohydrates (and without sugars), he develops the type-2 diabetes.


We found that diabetes is characterised by frequent urinations.


We also realised that it is the brain that induces such a polyurea as a life-saving measure.


Now, how will the brain force the body to void more urine if the person has not taken any water at all? Of course, one cannot swallow dry food particles for survival.



The normal food one consumes would have in it some amount of water.



Since evacuation of the waste is of utmost importance, the brain forces out even this little water in the form of frequent urinations. This results in Diabetic Insipidus.



This disease is characterized by even 30 or 40 urinations a day, but would consist of only very little urine.


* * * * * * * *


Let us take the case of a person who (a) has chronic constipation, and who (b) under-urinates all the time, irrespective of the quantity of water he has been taking.


In this person, abundant calcium accumulation from both the above sources would occur.


If he happens to consume calcium-enriched foods and/or calcium supplements, the total quantity of the free calcium (assuming that he does not expose his body to much sunshine) inside his body would become enormous.



Such calcium is carried by the blood and lymph fluid to various organs all over the body, and is absorbed by the cells that make up the soft tissues.



We have already learnt that such absorptions, on reaching bigger bulks, tend to become benign lumps or tumours initially, and then malignant cancers.



In the meantime, during the process of the calcium transportation, the cells in the wall of the blood vessels tend to absorb plenty of the free calcium into their bodies.



This can enlarge (hypertrophy) the cells, and make the entire wall thick.



Such a change would narrow down the blood vessel tube, called the lumen.



In addition to this, the cholesterol in combination with the calcium (and a few more substances), harden the wall (atherosclerosis) further, and makes it to lose its elasticity.



Such thickening can happen even in the finer arteries that run inside the heart, called the coronary capillaries.



If and when the blood vessels thicken, the overall internal volume gets reduced. Such a volume reduction pressurises the blood, and that gives rise to raised blood pressure called hypertension.



The thickening of the coronary vessels in the heart muscles tends to block the free passage of the cholesterol globules contained in the blood, and gives the person heart attacks, that may lead to death due to insufficient blood supply to the heart muscle, called myocardial ischaemia / myocardial infarction .



It is possible for all the cells that make up the heart muscles to absorb the free-flowing calcium, and enlarge substantially, thus making the whole heart enlarged. This is called hypertrophy of the heart.


Embolus is a mass that can be present in the blood or lymph vessel.


The calcium in the blood or lymph, in combination with cholesterol could form a mass of this kind, and block any of the free passages in an organ.


At times, this embolus can become a life-threatening event. It can even create blockages in the tiny vessels in the brain and cause strokes*.


* It should be of great interest to note that this kind of strokes often occur in persons who are obese. We now know that it is calcium accumulation in the soft cells (due to under-urination, chronic constipation, and over-eating) that makes a person obese.


When it comes to menstruating women who under-urinate and constipate, substantial amounts of the free calcium tend to get lost along with the menstrual fluid at monthly intervals.


Therefore, such women almost never get any heart attack. However, once menopaused, most of such women are bound to die of massive heart attacks.
* * * * * * *


Thus, it should be of great interest to note that chronic constipation, in combination with under-urination, worsened by the consumption of calcium-enriched food and calcium supplements, can give rise to whole range of major, life-threatening diseases.


Of course, over-eating contributes to over-loading of calcium, which would hasten the disease developments.



hus, the list includes type-I and type II diabetes mellitus, pregnancy diabetes, diabetes insipidus, high blood pressure, heart enlargement, heart attacks, strokes, etc.


EPILOGUE:


IN PART-8, I INTEND TO REVEAL ALL THE INFORMATION RELATED TO:
  • Kidney Stones
  • Prostate Enlargement / Stones / Cancer
  • Erectile Dysfunction

  • Under-sexuality in Men and Women
  • Reduced Sperm Production / Sperm Enlargement

  • Delayed Puberty in Girls
  • Erratic Menses

  • White Discharge in Women (Leucorrhoea).

For your week-end reading pleasure, I will try to give you some very, very attractive and much likeable information.

LIST of References & SOURCE for the above article are the SAME as for the earlier artilces. I would provide the missed ones at the end of this Megaseries.

The DISCLAIMER given for earlier articles is applicable to this part as well.