Friday , April 26 2019

Diabetes – There is no disease called Diabetes. We are all being fooled.


This is a vast subject. Go through very carefully.

Many people suffer from sugar disease. Some people may not have sugar disease. Please do not think that those not having sugar problem need not read this section. You may not have sugar problem now. Somewhere, someday, you may come across a free sugar checkup camp. Once you get yourself tested there, from that day you will be labelled as a sugar patient. Therefore, all those who have sugar problem and also those who do not have sugar problem are requested to read this completely.

Our body is made up of millions of cells. It also has several million kilometres long blood veins. Each cell is similar to a house and the blood is similar to a road. The nutrients in the food we eat get digested in the small intestine and they mix in the blood through the liver. The food that we eat contains nutrients such as carbohydrates, proteins, vitamins, minerals, etc. Sugar and glucose are one and the same.

Whenever the words sugar and glucose appear in this book, please keep in mind that both mean the same. What we call as sugar is called glucose by the doctors.

The house called cell opens its door and takes nutrients needed by it from the blood. A cell can easily take items such as calcium, iron, sodium, magnesium, etc. But, it will not take sugar directly in. Before taking sugar inside, the cell will check to see whether it is a good sugar or a bad sugar.

There are two kinds of sugar. These are good sugars and bad sugars. Good sugar is obtained when the carbohydrate in the food gets digested properly in the mouth, stomach and small intestine. Bad sugar is obtained when the food is not digested properly. Good sugar means good quality sugar and bad sugar means bad quality sugar. We use the words good and bad so that we can understand the concepts easily. We can also consider good sugar as sugar with high potency (power) and bad sugar as sugar with low potency.

The sugar in the blood cannot just enter into any cell. A cell will open its door, take one sugar from the blood and examine whether it is a properly digested, potent, good sugar or it is an improperly digested, less potent, bad sugar. The cell will ask the sugar, “Are you a good sugar or a bad sugar?” If someone asks us, “Are you good or bad?” what will be our reply? We will never say that we are bad. So, the sugar will say, “I do not know.”

Cells do not have the intelligence to differentiate between good sugar and bad sugar. Therefore, the cell will tell the sugar, “There is an organ called Pancreas in our body. Go to him. If you are a good sugar he will give you insulin. If you are a bad sugar, then he will not give you insulin.”

Our body has an organ called pancreas. It does several jobs. One important job it does is the job of quality controller that finds out if a sugar in the blood is good sugar or bad sugar. Pancreas will analyze each and every unit of sugar in the blood. If it is good sugar, pancreas will give it a stamp called insulin. If it is a bad sugar, pancreas will not issue insulin for it.

In a garment factory, there will be a quality controller. Once a garment is ready, the quality controller examines it. If it is of good quality and not having any defect, he marks it as “Tested OK.” and he allows it to be sent out for sale. If it has some defect, he marks it as “Rejected” and he dumps it in the dust bin.

Similarly, pancreas is the organ which functions as the quality control officer and it tests the quality of the sugar. Only the sugar which has been digested properly will be affixed with the stamp called insulin. We can also consider the insulin as a key. Only that sugar which has the key called insulin can open the door of the house called cell and go into it.

Only that sugar which has been digested properly and is a good sugar can get the key called insulin from the pancreas and enter the cell.

A cell takes a sugar from the blood and checks it. Only if that sugar has the stamp called insulin, the cell concludes that that particular sugar is a good sugar and takes it inside. Therefore, a bad sugar can never enter a cell. Thus, the organ called pancreas is very helpful in protecting all the cells from diseases and keeping them healthy.

Some of you may think. “What is this new confusion? I am a sugar patient for more than 10 years. I have consulted many famous doctors and visited many big hospitals. No one ever told me anything about good sugar and bad sugar. What are you talking about?” We are not Anatomic just blabbering around without knowing anything about sugar. Whatever we talk about are true and scientific facts.

Your sugar disease has not been cured for 10 years only because you have not so far learnt about good sugar and bad sugar. You have been consuming medicines and tablets for several years. Once you understand the difference between good sugar and bad sugar, from that moment your sugar disease will be cured.
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The chemical formula for sugar is C6H12O6. Sugar is an isomer. Those who have studied biochemistry will understand what we say. If we say that an item is an isomer, it means that there are different structural types of that item. It is a fact that sugar is an isomer. By rearranging the positions of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen in the structure of sugar without changing their quantity as per the chemical formula, the type of sugar can be changed.

There are different types of sugar namely single sugars such as glucose, fructose and galactose and complex sugars such as sucrose, lactose and maltose. By changing the base O from right to left position and by changing the base OH from left to right position in the structure of sugar, the type of sugar can be changed.

Thus, each type of sugar has a different structure. Only a few types of sugar are suitable for the human body. Some types of sugar will not be suitable for the human body. Whatever types of sugar are suitable to the human body, those are all good sugars. Whatever types are not suitable for the human body, those are all bad sugars. Pancreas will issue insulin only to those sugars which are suitable for the human body. It will not issue insulin to all those sugars which can cause disease to the human body, which do not suit the human body and which are not needed by the human body.

We go to the hospital to test our sugar level. They inform us that our sugar level is, say, 100 or 200. But, no one measures and finds out which type of sugar is present in what quantity in our blood. There is no meaning in finding out how much is the total sugar without knowing how much of it is good and how much of it is bad.

There is a separate machine to analyze and find out which type of sugar is present in what quantity. This analysis is called IR Study, UV Spectrum Study and NMR study. The different types of sugar in the blood and their quantity can be seen only with the help of machines having this facility. These machines cannot be found in any hospital. These will be found only in very big laboratories and research institutes. Therefore, there is no use of examining the total sugar in a general way.

In the hospitals, they give report on how much is the blood glucose level. But, no one checks the sugar level in the blood. The level that is being measured now in the hospitals is called Plasma Glucose level. Plasma Glucose level is different from the sugar level in the blood.

Sugar disease (diabetes) is not at all a disease connected to the pancreas. Sugar disease does not mean that your pancreas is not functioning properly. Please understand clearly that the pancreas refuses to give insulin to the sugar in the food that we eat only if it has not been properly digested. If the pancreas does not issue insulin to a bad sugar it is not the mistake of the pancreas. Whenever there is insulin shortage in the blood, it only means that we have not digested the food properly and there is nothing wrong with the pancreas.

Therefore, sugar disease is nothing but the improper digestion of sugar and there is no link between this disease and any body part. So, just by learning one simple trick namely how to eat food so that it will mix with blood as good sugar, we can cure the sugar disease in a minute. Our pancreas always has sufficient stock of insulin and it is waiting to give insulin to the good sugar. Without giving it to our body, will it give it to someone else? But, mind you, it will give insulin only to the good sugar and not to the bad sugar.

Now, let us get some more understanding about good sugar and bad sugar with some examples.
When we are children, the food we eat is digested well. This is because a child will not have tension, anger, fear, etc. Thus, when a small child eats food, it gets digested properly and only the good sugar mixes with the blood.

For example, let us say that, when a child eats food, 500 units of sugar mix with the blood. Let us assume that the child has digested all the food properly. Now, 500 properly digested sugars mix in the blood. All these 500 sugars will attempt to go into the cells. But, even a good sugar cannot enter the cell without insulin. Therefore, all the 500 sugars will go to the pancreas.

Pancreas will test the 500 sugars. Because all the 500 sugars are good sugars, pancreas will issue 500 units of insulin. Each unit of sugar will get only one unit of insulin. Pancreas will give it to only a good sugar. Since all the 500 sugars are good sugars, all of them have received insulin. Now, 500 good sugars are circulating in the blood of the child with the key called insulin.

Let us assume that the child’s body needs only 300 sugars. Cells open their doors and take sugars which have insulin, for their work and for curing the diseases. Since the body needs 300 sugars, only 300 sugars will enter the cells. The remaining 200 sugars will keep on circulating in the blood.

Our cells will never take any items more than their actual need. Just because there are 500 sugars in the blood, the cells will not take all of them and store them for future use. Now, what will happen to the 200 good quality sugars that are going around in the blood?

Let us assume that we earn Rs.500 and bring it home. We need only Rs.300 for our domestic expenses. Do we tear off the remaining Rs.200 and throw it in the dust bin just because we have earned more than our needs? No. If the money is in the form of ten rupee notes, we will convert it into two hundred rupee notes and save it in the cupboard.

Similarly, the child’s body has earned 500 sugars, its expense is 300 sugars and the balance is 200 sugars. The liver will combine the remaining 200 units of sugar (glucose) and convert them into an item called Glycogen. Glucose is one unit of sugar. Glycogen is an item obtained by aggregating several units of sugar.

This is like the difference between a one rupee note and a hundred rupee note. Sugar is like a one rupee note. If hundred sugars are added, we will get a glycogen which has the value of 100 sugars. If 500 sugars are added, we will get a glycogen having the value of 500 sugars.

Just as we convert 10 rupee notes into 100 rupee notes and save, individual sugars are added together to form glycogen which is nothing but an enriched form of sugar. Just as we keep the excess money in the safe, the cupboards in our body where the sugar is stored are the liver, the muscles and the brain. Thus, the child’s body stores the excess good sugar which has insulin. So, the child has no sugar disease.

The first person who spoils the child’s digestion is its mother. To start with, the child, playing and eating as it wishes, is being sent to the school. We wake up the sleeping child and say, “The school van will come at 8 o’clock. Get ready fast!” We then forcibly bathe the child and force it to eat the food against its wishes. Some mothers even beat the children when they do not eat the food. They force the child to swallow the food by forcing it to drink water in between.

If the child eats the food when it is not hungry and when it does not wish to eat, that food will not be digested properly. Now, let us assume that 300 sugars got digested properly and 200 sugars did not get digested properly. What will happen now? There are 300 good sugars and 200 bad sugars present in the blood of the child. The pancreas of the child will issue only 300 units of insulin now. Insulin will not be given to the 200 bad sugars.

Therefore, if the pancreas gives less insulin, we need to understand that it is not the fault of the pancreas but the problem lies in the deficiency in digestion. The good sugars which got the 300 units of insulin will enter the cells. But, the 200 bad sugars which did not get insulin will keep on circulating in the blood. They cannot enter the cells. Moreover, they cannot be converted into glycogen too.

The same liver which saved the excess good sugars in the cupboard will now earmark the sugars without insulin as bad sugars and conclude that they are not of any use to the body and it will send the bad sugars to the kidney. The kidney will send the bad sugars to the urinary bladder. The bad sugar mixes with the urine in the urinary bladder and then goes out of the body.

Frequent urination by the sugar patients and the presence of sugar in their urine are not due to any problem in the pancreas, liver, kidney or urinary bladder. Just as the poor quality items manufactured in a factory are discarded, our body rejects the bad sugar obtained through improper digestion of food and sends it out as waste.

But this urine is tested in the laboratory and analyzed to see how much sugar is present in it and we are being labeled as sugar patients based on this analysis. This is a totally wrong approach. We need to understand that all the sugar that is going out through the urine is useless sugar.

We have already seen that our body has its own intelligence. Our kidney and urinary bladder will not foolishly send out a good sugar. All the sugar that gets converted into glycogen is good sugar. All the sugar that goes out through the urine is bad sugar. Our body will never send out good sugar through the urine. Therefore, please do not be afraid when sugar comes out in the urine. It is the sugar that is meant to go to the sewage.

Even now, this child in our example has no sugar disease. Let us assume that this child gets educated, grows into an adult and becomes the head of an organization. We often see that company owners normally do not take proper breakfast. During lunch time, they continue to be busy with the work and skip or delay the lunch even when they feel hungry. During night time, they will come home by 10.00 or 11.00 hours and then eat more than the required quantity. When such wrong eating habits are practiced regularly, the food does not get digested properly and the amount of bad sugar increases.

For example, let us assume that 300 units of bad sugars and 200 units of good sugars mix in the blood of a person. The 200 good units of sugar will get insulin and they  will go into the cells. The 300 bad sugars will not get insulin and they will go out through the urine. But, today this person’s body needs 300 units of sugar. However, 200 good units of sugar only have gone into the cells and there is a shortage of 100 units of sugar. Under these conditions, what will the body do?

Suppose that we earn Rs.500 and bring it home. Out of that, we find that Rs.300 is counterfeit currency and Rs.200 is good currency. We will tear off the counterfeit currency of Rs.300 and dump it in the dust bin and use the good currency of Rs.200 for our expenses. Similarly, our body will reject the bad sugar as waste and send it out through the urine.

Suppose that we need Rs.300 for our household expenses but we have only Rs.200 as good currency and we have used it. Now, there is a deficit of Rs.100 in the budget. What do we do in such a situation? We will take Rs.100 out of the money earned previously and saved in the cupboard, and spend it.

Similarly, whenever good sugar needed for the cells is not available in the blood, our body will make the pituitary gland (a peasized gland located at the base of the skull between the optic nerves) to secrete a liquid called ACTH (Adrenocorticotropic Hormone). This liquid activates the adrenal gland that is located above the kidneys. The adrenal gland will convert the glycogen (enriched glucose) stored in the liver, muscles, brain, etc. into glucose and spend it. Thus, right from our childhood, we always store the excess good sugar in our body as glycogen and use it whenever we face a shortage of sugar.

Therefore, one thing is to be clearly understood. Nobody ever faints due to low sugar. This is because, whenever the amount of sugar in our body goes down, the pituitary and adrenal glands take the stored sugar and spend it. When there is such a mechanism in our body, it is wrong to think that low sugar will make a person faint.

Thus, over the years, we save excess sugar as glycogen in our body and spend it later on. As long as glycogen is present in our body, we will never faint. Let us see what happens when the glycogen stored in our body is exhausted at some point in time.

For example, a person eats and 500 units of sugar mix in the blood. Out of these, 400 are bad sugars and 100 are good sugars. The 400 bad sugars do not get insulin and therefore go out through the urine. The 100 good sugars get insulin and go into the cells. But the body needs 300 sugars. So, there is a shortage of 200 sugars. Now, the body attempts to take out the stored glycogen. But, if the stored sugar is exhausted in the person’s body, then there will be nothing in the reserve.

What will happen then? Adrenal gland will inform that there is no stock of glycogen. At that time, just like the car without petrol and the fan without electricity, the cells will not get good sugar and the body will come to a sudden halt.

So, the fainting of sugar patients is not because the sugar in their blood is high or low. If there is no stored glycogen when there is a shortage of sugar in the body, only then a person will faint. Therefore, if sugar patients faint, there is no problem with the pancreas. It only means that the stored sugar in his body has been exhausted.

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About Sridhar Venkatraman

Progressive and open minded Business Professional with over 30+ years of experience in Automobile, IT, Education, Real Estate Industries. He has a passion to ensure "No child goes to bed hungry" and is involved in an NGO called "No Hungry Child". He is a Social Entrepreneur and added a new service "Art of Self Treatment" to help more and more people who are suffering from health issues. He learnt the art of Self Treatment from his guru Mr Healer Baskar.

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  1. As per you, what is the food pattern needs to be followed for a Diabetic patient.

    Excellent and very valid information.

    Good Job and keep going on !



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