Tagged: Diabetes

Diabetes: The Real Causes – Part II

With the perspective of the Healthcare Industry, diabetes is not just a $200 billion component of profit, it is also the door opener to other major revenue generating diseases . . .
 
The use of prescription drugs is one of the major causes of diabetes. The HeathCare Industry doesn’t even hide it – many of its drugs list the diabetes as the side effect of the drug . . .
 
The HealthCare Industry knows how sensitive the insulin receptor sites are to the chemical poisoning. It has taken all the necessary measure to ensure that we keep on getting a minimum dosage of these poisonous chemicals and metals as part of our diet. Metals such as cadmium, mercury, arsenic, lead, fluoride and aluminum play a role in the destruction of the beta cells . . .

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Diabetes: Natural Healing & Herbal Remedies

The human body has an innate capacity to heal itself. Self-healing occurs once the causes of the illness – that caused the illness in the first place, have been eliminated. Natural remedies work by rejuvenating the body’s immune system to overcome the disease and restoring the body to its natural and healthy state . . .
Healthcare Industry, on the other hand, sees no incentive in eliminating the disease – the source of its revenue. It thrives on selling the drugs that, while covering the symptoms, work to open new channels of revenue for it . . .

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Diabetes: Natural Healing & Herbal Remedies

The human body has an innate capacity to heal itself. Self-healing occurs once the causes of the illness – that caused the illness in the first place, have been eliminated. Natural remedies work nature’s way – by helping the body overcome the disease and restore the body to its natural and healthy state. Natural healing also helps rejuvenate the body’s immune system to guard it against the invasions by any future diseases.
 
Healthcare Industry, on the other hand, sees no incentive in eliminating the disease – the source of its revenue. It thrives on selling the drugs that, while covering the symptoms of the disease, work to open new channels of revenue for it.
 
Natural and Herbal remedies, on the other hand, work to eradicate the root causes of the ailment – with no side effects . . .

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Diabetes: The Real Causes – Part II

With the perspective of the Healthcare Industry, diabetes is not just a $200 billion component of profit, it is also the door opener to other major revenue generating diseases . . .

The HealthCare Industry knows how sensitive the insulin receptor sites are to the chemical poisoning. It has taken all the necessary measure to ensure that we keep on getting a minimum dosage of these poisonous chemicals and metals as part of our diet. Metals such as cadmium, mercury, arsenic, lead, fluoride and aluminum play a role in the destruction of the beta cells . . .

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The Diabetes Bonanza – Part 1

Diabetes contributes billions of dollars to the coffers of Healthcare Industry. The worldwide sales of diabetes drugs was 27.3 billion in 2008, in 2013 it totaled $41 billion, and is expected to cross the $55 billion mark in 2016 . . .
 
The US has the dominant share in the global diabetes market, with $21 billion in drug sales and a total cost of $198 billion to the public in 2013 – That means $198 billion in revenue for the Healthcare Industry. And, the diabetes segment of the industry is expected to maintain its double-digit growth rate . . .
 
Do you really expect the Healthcare Industry to wash its hand of hundreds of billion of dollar and let the diabetes disappear? . . .

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The Diabetes Bonanza – Part I

Diabetes contributes billions of dollars to the coffers of Healthcare Industry. The worldwide sales of diabetes drugs was 27.3 billion in 2008, in 2013 it totaled $41 billion, and is expected to cross the $55 billion mark in 2016 . . .

The US has the dominant share in the global diabetes market, with $21 billion in drug sales and a total cost of $198 billion to the people in 2013 – That means $198 billion in revenue for the Healthcare Industry. And, the diabetes segment of the industry is expected to maintain its double-digit growth rate . . .

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