[ RadSafe ] Type II Diabetes
JPreisig at aol.com
JPreisig at aol.com
Mon Mar 26 18:40:22 CDT 2012
From: _jpreisig at aol.com_ (mailto:jpreisig at aol.com) .
Hope you are well.
Some new experimental hutches will be going up shortly at the NSLS
II (the National Synchrotron
Light Source --- a photon light source) of Brookhaven National
Laboratory. See their website.
NBC National News is reporting tonight that some cases of Type II
diabetes are being cured
by Weight Loss (Bariatric???? etc.) surgery. The researchers/doctors
are not quite sure why
this surgery is successful for this purpose. Well, I suspect that as
a diabetic (Type II) person
loses weight, blood circulation patterns become more normal and/or
optimal. Sugar more readily
is cleared from the body as well as perhaps excess body water. Sludgy
becomes good circulation.
Hand in hand with such a surgery, some other things to try might
be. Reduce actual sugar
intake by 10 to 30 %. Get very heavy patients onto medication such as
Lasix (or whatever
a medical doctor (NOT ME!!!) recommends). Let them urinate off some
of the excess water
weight. One cubic foot of water is 70 pounds???? Do the surgery, if
necessary. Maybe just
using Lasix will help one achieve a non-diabetic bodily condition.
Once a patient starts to really move around again they will no
longer be so lethargic ---
loss of water (and other) weight can really help one to get more
That will do for now. Off topic, yes.
Saw a strange show on TV saying some astronomers have discovered
an alien spacecraft
moving towards the Earth using solar power and/or dark
matter/energy power. The size of the
spacecraft is not small, and the scientists??? involved say the
spaceship may contain
thousands of passengers. The mind boggles. The TV program
appeared to be quite serious, and
I don't know when the program was made. Is the Earth ready to
receive thousands of
Space visitors.??? Hope this doesn't end up like the movie
Wonder what will happen...
The Type II diabetes news appears to be quite real.
Regards, Joseph R. (Joe) Preisig, PhD
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