Diabetes involves many organ systems, all of which are positively influenced by Chlorella. With the information in this article, we can help you in your fight against diabetes. The content of this blog was created in part thanks to the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) and Alan Shuldiner, MD, University of Maryland.


The background of glucose, insulin and diabetes

Our cells use glucose for their energy and is carried to the cells by the blood. Insulin is the substance that allows glucose to be absorbed. Diabetes is the name for a group of diseases in which there is not enough insulin for the glucose (sugar) in the blood to be absorbed by the body’s cells. Glucose (sugar) remains in the blood causing a blood sugar level that is too high.


Types of diabetes

Diabetes has several types. In Diabetes 1, the pancreas makes too little insulin because its own white blood cells attack the cells that produce the insulin. In the case of Diabetes 2 there is an insulin resistance of our body cells. The insulin in the blood is insufficiently used by the muscle, fat and liver cells. Diabetes 2, in time, can develop into a form in which too little insulin is produced (Type 1).


Everything we know about the causes gives us opportunities to tackle it.

Now medical science has already answered some questions, but still does not know exactly what the causes are for both types 1 and 2. What we do know is that the capacities you were given at birth play a role; what are your strengths and what are your weaknesses? In other words, over-heredity. We also know that a second role is played by the things you encounter in your life. For example, there is the relationship between poor baby food and type 1. Type 1 can also suddenly become apparent after a virus infection. Furthermore, medical and chemical toxins (eg nicotine), poor nutrition, too little exercise or a weakening of your body (illness, childbirth) play a role in the development and worsening of both types 1 and 2. In this second role we already see some factors we can use against Diabetes. What else can we do?


How do things get worse?

The pancreas, liver, endocrine system, immune system and many other systems are all involved in diabetes. A condition of this magnitude is triggered or aggravated by three things:


  1. Weakening
  2. Overload
  3. Pollution


Strengthening and balancing yourself

That’s what you need to address. Healthy food provides the right energy and no increase in pollution. Stopping smoking, unnecessary medication and alcohol is a second step. Finally, a regular lived life with a healthy rhythm of physical action and relaxation. Those are the first things you need to figure out and tackle.


How do you work on the pollution that is already there?
You still have the pollution that is already present and cannot be cleaned up by itself. Furthermore, the weakening of your cells and the disruption of your systems as a result. Chlorella helps on all three of these fronts.

Too many fat cells, muscle cells and liver cells store too many toxins. Chorella’s chlorophyll clears out the toxins allowing the cells to normalize. The same goes for the toxins, heavy metals and the layers of pollution in the intestines that are carried away and cleaned up by the chlorophyll and the cell wall of chlorella.

Pollution of the internal environment plays a role in all autoimmune diseases. This pollution has a further going effect on our total functioning and the so-called order, construction, interaction and consistency. For this, there is the DNA and RNA of Chlorella. This ensures a recovery of the cell structure and the cell function. With an improvement of the individual cell, the mutual interaction and the communication and transfer between the various complex systems also improves.

Finally, there is the complete vitamin complex, the minerals and the whole essential nutritional complex of Chlorella that provides a balanced energy. A balanced diet means further normalization.


Various studies

Separate studies conducted in South Korea, the United States and Taiwan each show the effectiveness of Chlorella in lowering blood sugar levels, improving insulin sensitivity and glucose processing in the liver. All studies also showed that the higher the dose of Chlorella, the greater the effect. Other studies show that Chlorella is a perfect blend of high-quality proteins and a whole range of very complex carbohydrates. It provides a steady flow of energy in the body. That means a reduction in the peaks of insulin secretion. With all this, Chlorella proves useful for patients with both type 1 and type 2 diabetes.


Take care of yourself.

Diabetes is not something you should take lightly. It causes a lot of problems. Nerve and vein damage, heart disease, stroke, kidney disease, blindness and amputations. Just to name a few. There’s a lot you can do about it and everything starts with just looking after yourself, as you would for someone you love. So take good care of yourself and apply these things systematically.

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