Medicine thinks that high blood sugar is the problem in diabetes, when of course it is a symptom of several underlying problems. Diabetes has no cause; consequently, no single change will cure it. But fixing all of the major underlying problems, most of which are deficiencies, would amount to a cure of diabetes.
One of medicine’s favorite “solutions” to diabetes is treatment with metformin. Metformin antagonizes glucagon, a hormone that simply must work properly if a diabetic is ever going to be normal again. Medicine is working diligently to ensure that the diabetic will never be normal again.
- Medicine misidentifies the problem in diabetes as high blood sugar per se.
- The medicine for high blood sugar is a drug that is hypoglycemic and medicine calls this an effective treatment, and it is, given its misconception of the problem.
- Said drug seriously impairs the activity of the one of the most important hormones in the body – no one on that drug can ever be normal again.