Is Diabetes Epidemic? - Symbiosis as Collective Consciousness
Journal Title: Journal of Clinical Immunology AND Microbiology
According to recent CDC data, in the US 10.5% of the population has diabetes, but another 21.4% are not diagnosed. This totals to 1/3 of the US population having diabetes in 2019 and the number steadily increases every year. The same is the situation in Canada – 1/3 of the Canadians had diabetes in 2019. A natural question arises: Is diabetes epidemic? And if it is, what is causing it?
Diabetes is increased sugar level in the blood caused by decreased function of the pancreas. Normally, the pancreas produces enough insulin to degrade the sugar. So, there should be a factor that decreases the production of insulin in the pancreas, which leads to increased blood-sugar level. Studies done in Europe show that there is a parasite with the shape of a pumpkin seed, called pancreatic fluke, which inflicts the pancreas and decreases its function, thus causing high blood-sugar problem .
There are two alternatives: putting the people with diabetes on insulin for life and seeing the number of diabetics grow every year or looking for alternative approaches. If pancreatic fluke causes the diabetes, the diabetes is going to have epidemic character. If so, in order to stop the growth of number of people with diabetes, these people should do parasite cleansing and help the pancreas restore its normal function or cure the diabetes with acupuncture.