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Being a clinician, with research orientation I feel that the causes of diabetes are chemical induced
Genetics used to be the primary answer that scientists give to explain the occurrence of diseases. Toxicity in the body has been found to be the culprit of most of the diseases present today. Conditions like diabetes, cancer, obesity, asthma, ADD and diabetes, obesity ADHD, Autism, arthritis, fibromyalgia, multiple sclerosis, heart disease, and many others should be proof enough for the need to detoxify.
Chemical causes of diabetes
Inorganic Arsenic
It seems to me that type 2 diabetes, as an epidemic, can be and should be stoppable. Unfortunately, as you and I know, it will likely go on - relatively unabated. How is it that what is essentially a preventable disease, with devastating consequences, is marching on with no end in sight?
General Guidelines
Understand that glycemic index and total carbohydrates may differ dramatically.
Avoid most processed foods regardless of their protein:carb ratio.
Avoid trans-fatty acids and increase omega-3 fatty acids and GLA.
Increase dietary fiber.
Avoid or test for commonly allergenic foods (dairy, gluten etc).
Avoid refined sugar in all its forms.
Avoid alcohol.
Avoid artificial sweeteners like aspartame - try stevia or xylitol instead.
Drink plenty of pure water.
Donít assume anything - Read the label.
The most common mistake in treating diabetic patients?
Starting them on medication without first making lifestyle changes. If the medication is initially effective in controlling the blood sugar, the patient may not implement essential lifestyle changes to prevent future problems. Elevated blood sugar is only a single factor in a combination of problems that have come to be known as Metobolic Syndrome. Patients are subject not only to developing diabetes mellitus, but serious cardiovascular complications such as heart attacks and strokes.
Management must not involve simply trying to lower the blood sugar, but also improving the many lifestyle factors that contribute to disease. Major changes are necessary in eating habits, exercise, stress reduction, and especially in understanding of the effect of food on health. Nutritional supplements also have great value in support of the diabetic patient, both by improving blood sugar control and by reducing end organ damage and preserving function of the kidneys, eyes, nervous and cardiovascular systems.
People should be aware of the fact that the benefit of medication on blood sugar control is often temporary. Over time, the medication becomes less effective as the individual sinks deeper into insulin resistance and overweight. Additional medications become necessary with their myriad side effects and ultimate ineffectiveness. Some of the diabetes medications actually result in weight gain, serving to worsen the overall problem.
I rarely start a diabetic patient on medication during the first visit. I believe it is important for patients to appreciate the changes that can occur with lifestyle change and the initiation of nutritional supplements to enhance insulin effectively 
The glycemic index has great importance in choosing the proper diet. It does not however provide the only valuable guideline. High glycemic index foods should usually be avoided because they make blood sugar control more difficult, raise cholesterol and triglycerides, and increase weight. Not all high glycemic foods are forbidden. I think, for instance, that carrots provide great nutritional benefits and may be included in the diabetic diet if they are combined with other foods having a lower glycemic index. The nutrient content of foods is also an important factor, as is fiber content.
Chelation therapy is the preferred medical treatment for reducing the toxic effects of metals. Chelating agents are capable of binding to toxic metal ions to form complex structures, which are easily excreted from the body removing them from intracellular or extracellular spaces. Newer strategies to address these drawbacks like combination therapy (use of structurally different chelating agents) or co-administration of antioxidants have been reported recently. We provide treatment with chelating agents and the various strategies available for the treatment of diabetes by supplementing with magnesium etc

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