HIGH DIABETIC RISK FOR
The following news appeared in Diabetes News, on February 24, 2012. This news was reported by
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Risk of Type 2 Diabetes High for Women Who Sit for Up to 7 Hrs a Day
Do you add at their roots sugars as fertilizer?
You only add CALCIUM there.
It is calcium that provides the sugar in the plant.
Same is the story with ALL the sweet-tasting fruits, whether that be mango or banana, or whatever!
(In the absence of calcium in the soil, the soil would turn to become acidic, and thereby lose its fertility.
All the fruits harvested from plants growing in acid soils would taste sour, and not sweet.
In fact, if you want to sweeten any sour fruit, sour mango for instance, all you have to do is to scratch the scar left due to the detachment of the stalk of the unripe mango, and rub over it some diluted lime (i.e., Calcium hydroxide = quicklime / burnt lime. Small number of people in India, Malaysia, Indonesia and the like rub this lime over betel leaf and chew), wrap it in a newspaper, and leave it to ripen. It would then turn sweet when ripe!
The above finding is the result of my own research!
It has never been found or reported by any biologist, in any part of the world, and at any time until now!.
I hope the Horticulture/ Agriculture community will give me due credit for this finding.)
Again, the basic product behind the production of all carbohydrates in plants is CALCIUM, and not sugar itself.
So, if you eat sugar, you will NOT develop TYPE-2 Diabetes.
The same reason should be behind the production of chemicals by the fatty tissue in the abdomen.
In the frequently-urinating men, the chemicals could have gone out of the body by way getting leached through the urination.
Whereas, if the women did not urinate, naturally, similar to the accumulation of calcium, these harmful chemicals too could have stayed within the body, thus giving rise to inflammation.
(Most of the water-soluble chemicals would get depleted through urinations. Only water-insoluble substances would stay within the body even if the person urinates liberally.)
I strongly believe my interpretation is correct.
If in doubt, or for re-evaluation of my interpretations, the researchers in Leicester University can repeat their experiment, recording this time the number of urinations (plus the quantities of water consumed and voided), and re-evaluate the data.
They will then come up with approval for my interpretations.
Let us see, and I hope that they will do it, for I am aware that researchers in England are honest, and they do not hesitate to accept errors and shortcomings.
I have observed them to be so when I was in University of Liverpool, doing my post-doctoral research there with