diabetics and cholesterin/cholesterol – explanations, alternatives – some texts

in english, french and german

How Diabetics Can Live to be 100 Years Old, on The People’s Chemist, by Shane Ellison, 2007;

Phytosterol on en.wikipedia.

Phytosterine auf de.wikipedia … German to English: de.wikipedia.org (Machine translated into English).

Stevia on en.wikipedia.

Congress Steps Up Scrutiny of FDA.

Eating grapefruit could help treat diabetes*, on Times of India, and Keep your Blood Sugar in Balance and Start a new LIFE, on free webs.com, both by Jorgen K. Jensen.
* (Update 1 Oct 31, 2014: but see: Les (fausses) dangers du pamplemousse – short in english: (… they “forget” the benefice when grapefruit prevents the drug breakdown in the body – the opportunity to take 10 , 100 or 1000 TIMES LESS drug (since grapefruit prevents our bodies quickly destroy the drug, just take a lot less for the same effect – PARDON, THEN BIG PHARMA MAKES LESS PROFIT … for them not acceptable! …);

Diabète de type 2: le thé du Labrador aurait des vertus prometteuses, publié sur Passeport Santé.net.fr, le 1er février 2011 (Accueil).
A voir aussi sur fr.Ekopédia.org /(Homepage).

Naringenin: Naringenin on en.wikipedia – (Not to be confused with naringin). Naringenin is a flavonoid that is considered to have a bioactive effect on human health as antioxidant, free radical scavenger, anti-inflammatory, carbohydrate metabolism promoter, and immune system modulator. It is the predominant flavanone in grapefruit.[1]
Sources and bioavailability: Grapefruit, Oranges, and Tomato (skin) … Grapefruit juice can provide much higher plasma concentrations of naringenin than orange juice.[7]

Cholesterin senken ohne Nebenwirkungen, von Dr. Johann Georg Schnitzer.

Weizengras Saft (Jus d’herbe de blé – Wheat grass juice).

Weizengras allgemein, allg. sekundäre Pflanzenstoffe und Cholesterin… eliminiert Cholesterin (élimine le cholesterol – eliminates cholesterol).

Cholesterin auf de.wikipedia, einige Auszüge.

UPDATE 2 Oct 31, 2014 – received another link: Simple plant kills up to 98% of cancer cells, and stops diabetes, on Second Opinion, June 26, 2013: … (it) is a common vegetable from Asia called “bitter melon.” It is popular among the long-lived population of Okinawa, Japan. Bitter melon juice diluted to just 5% in water showed remarkable potency in severely damaging all four pancreatic cancer cell lines researchers tested. The bitter melon reduced the viability of two cancer cell lines by 90%, while it knocked off the other two lines by a staggering 98%. And it did so after just 72 hours of treatment! In the past, I’ve told you about apoptosis. That’s nature’s way of dealing with wayward cells. They simply kill themselves. Bitter melon juice induced this programmed cell death along several different pathways. And even better, it also activated a pathway, which shows that it knocks out the cancer cells’ metabolism of glucose. In other words, it literally starved them of the sugar they need to survive … (REF: Science News, 3-12-2013) …;
comment by Marc Rivard, M.D.: those are called lemonids compounds and are well known and studied by oncologists along with other natural extracts. In reality, those compounds don’t kill cancer; they slow and/or reduce the size of the cancer in model animals. We are far from killing 98% of cancers! …;
another person’s comment: but I must add a firsthand testimony about diabetes: Our gardener, 60 years old, was diagnosed with diabetes. He moved to Okinawa and started drinking goya (a fruit) juice every morning, and within a few months his diabetes was cured …;
my comment: both have their say. Dr. Schallenberger may go right for a lot of people … but maybe not all … and Dr. Marc Rivard covers those who show not this result. This contradictory phenomenon happens in many debates where conformists meet with those wanting renew human conditions/states/situations/faith – Heidi;

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