December 12, 2022

Type 1 diabetes


Can someone explain type 1 diabetes from a terrain theory point of view? Those people who are already taking insulin injections, what do they need to do?


Terrain answer:

Type 1 diabetes occurs when the body as a whole, or in a localized area, becomes so toxic that the pancreas is no longer able to produce insulin. Dairy consumption as a young child and vx injury are the most common causes. Type 2 diabetes can progress into type 1 diabetes if the person continues eating fat after the type 2 diagnosis.
Type 1 is reversible given enough time and diligence to eat as designed, but since the pancreas has been injured there is often scar tissue that takes a long time to heal.
However, all type 1 diabetics thrive on their natural diet of fruits and leafy greens.