Diabetes — «the magic wand»

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One of my distant relatives, from my point of view, led the wrong lifestyle. It means that she ate anything she liked. She ate a lot.

Every day, she ate large quantities of pickles. In between the meals, she could still eat something else. She drank a lot of sweet water. Also she led a sedentary lifestyle. She gained a lot of weight unevenly. She had a very big belly. She had hypertension. I was surprised that she ate everything and was not ill. I thought that she must develop diabetes. But recently I heard that she was operated on for bowel cancer.

Another example. One of my acquaintances led a sedentary lifestyle. He constantly drank sweet drinks at work and gained a lot of weight.

Suddenly he began to lose weight quickly, and when his blood was examined, diabetes was discovered. He became so thin that I could not believe that he weighed so much.

Let’s look at both cases. Both led a sedentary lifestyle and both ate the wrong food. In addition, both had an advanced form of obesity. If it happened to you all of a sudden, in whose place would you want to be?

Naturally, in the place of the person with diabetes. With diabetes, if regulated, it is possible to live for many years. But with bowel cancer — not.

One and the same lifestyle and obesity led to cancer in one case and to diabetes in the other. The thing is that this is a matter of chance. In one patient, the wrong lifestyle may result in one disease and in another case – in any other.

It’s the same if we toss a coin. It may fall on «heads» or «tails». But there is nothing accidental in the body. There are small factors — fluctuations (the «butterfly» symptom), which can shift the equilibrium in one direction (diabetes) or another (cancer).

There are many of these factors, but the main ones are the nature of diet disorder, stress factors, daily exercise (which muscles are involved), family history, and so on. All these are so-called fluctuations that may cause a redistribution of activity of «strings» in some direction.

«Strings» by the HAT Medicine system are groups of cells arranged in a fractal configuration, which cause certain symptoms.

Thus, diabetes with constant failure to observe a normal mode of life and obesity is a kind of «magic wand», preventing other more serious diseases.

Diabetes gives you a respite for a while. After its appearance there is a stable period for a few years (with a need to adjust the level of glucose in the blood), and some time later different complications may appear — complications in the feet, diabetic retinopathy and others, including cancer.

The risk of developing breast cancer is believed to increase with diabetes.

But at the same time, some authors point out that people receiving metformin as an anti-diabetic agent are less likely to suffer from cardiac diseases and develop cancer less frequently.

(Becky McCall. Metformin Protects Against Cancer in Type 2 Diabetes. // From Medscape Medical News http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/709790)

People suffering from diabetes, according to some scientists, develop cancer 38% more often than those who do not suffer from it.

(http://saharniy-diabet.com/rak-i-saharnyy-diabet-onkologiya-opuholi).

Korean scientists have shown that the combination of diabetes and cancer is very common. However, insulin is to blame for that. Other scientists believe that diabetes itself may provoke cancer.

However, we noticed that all the studies undertaken did not take into account the age at which cancer develops. We all have to die one day. The cause of death is some kind of disease. With age, it’s more often cancer.

Epidemiology of diabetes

Cancer with diabetes apparently occurs at an older age than in the absence of diabetes. No such studies have been carried out.

The first wave of the incidence of type 2 diabetes happens after 40 years. The peak occurs in people older than 60 years.

Epidemiology of cancer

The likelihood of cancer rises dramatically with age: in the United States two-thirds of cancer patients are over 65 years, one in 58 men and one in 52 women develop it before they reach 39 years; aged 40-59 – one in 13 men and one in 11 women, aged 60-79 — one in three men and one in four women.

From these data we can see that diabetes occurs at a younger age compared to cancer. So diabetes that develops earlier can prevent cancer in the initial period.

What reduces the risk of type 2 diabetes? Physical exercise. Many people think that giving up sweets reduces the risk of diabetes. But this is not the case. Carbohydrate food should account for 60% of human food. Simply, it must be not simple carbohydrates — cookies, cakes and candies, but complex ones – for example, cereals and fruits. But what really lowers the risk of diabetes is physical exercise, which improves the sensitivity of cells to insulin.

Additionally, when you exercise, you reduce your weight and lower the risk of disease. Breathing exercises have no effect on the development of diabetes.

What determines the risk of developing type 2 diabetes? People themselves. Many people think that if parents or close relatives suffered from diabetes, it is unavoidable.

In fact, this is not true. Of course, heredity has its own role. But if you live a healthy lifestyle, eat correctly, and most importantly, have a normal weight, the chance of developing type 2 diabetes is reduced.

The most interesting thing is that both diabetes and cancer can be avoided. It all depends on you. You have to adhere to the following guidelines.

Keep to the HAT Medicine diet.

Do not drink sugary drinks, especially in large quantities. In the US, we were surprised to find out that almost every person walked around with a large glass of sugary drinks. It was simply impossible to drink them.

Watch your weight.

Be active. Every day, walk for 2 hours a day at the very least. For at least half an hour actively twice a day.

Sit less, especially in front of the TV.

Almost nothing is worth worrying about. Stress triggers the development of diseases, including cancer.

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