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Triggers of Type 1 Diabetes

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In cases of Type 1 diabetes — also called juvenile diabetes — the insulin-producing cells in the pancreas are destroyed or severely damaged, causing a deficiency of insulin.

This devastating disease has a very high incidence of complications, including strokes, heart attacks, amputated limbs, blindness, kidney failure, brain injury, and peripheral neuropathy — as well as a high mortality rate.

It is now understood that Type 1 diabetes is inherited but only occurs in combination with certain environmental exposures, such as consumption of cow’s milk or monosodium glutamate (MSG), or contact with certain viruses or vaccines.

In other words, people may have the genes for this disorder, but they will not develop the disease unless they are exposed to a particular environmental toxin.

In addition, the exposure has to occur at a particular time during a child’s development.

For example, we know that animals with a gene for developing juvenile diabetes only develop the disorder if they are exposed to MSG early in life. Unfortunately, MSG and other toxins are regularly added to many foods, even foods that are fed to small children. That may be enough to trigger the disorder.

With vaccines, there is growing evidence that we are protecting our children against relatively mild diseases in exchange for a dramatic and progressive increase in Type 1 diabetes, which is a very serious chronic illness.

Finland has the highest incidence of juvenile diabetes in the world. One study found a 62 percent jump in the number of juvenile diabetes cases between 1982 and 1992, with the greatest rise starting after 1986.

That year, the government instituted a massive campaign to vaccinate children against haemophilus influenzae meningitis.

Similar increases in juvenile diabetes occurred in New Zealand and in Allegheny County, Pa., following campaigns to vaccinate children with the hepatitis B vaccine.

Experts have since realized that the live viruses used in these vaccines target and destroy cells in the pancreas that produce insulin.

Similar findings were reported with the MMR (measles, mumps, and rubella) and pertussis vaccines as well.

Vaccines stimulate the immune system, causing the body to form antibodies to the cells in the pancreas that produce insulin (islet beta cells), and eventually destroy them.

Ironically, a protein in cow’s milk has also been shown to lead to a high incidence of juvenile diabetes.

The immune activation by vaccines and cow’s milk causes an accumulation of glutamate in these same islet beta cells, leading to their destruction.

It may be that the common link is immune-triggered immunoexcitotoxicity in the pancreas.

There is also evidence that immune stimulation can worsen the neurological damage caused by diabetes.

In short, it is insane to vaccinate children with so many vaccines at an early age.

The best way to prevent haemophilus influenzae meningitis, according to medical research, is to make sure babies get the proper vitamins, that they are breast-fed, and they stay away from daycare centers at least until the second year of life.

No child needs the hepatitis B vaccine, unless the mother is a drug abuser or is infected with the AIDS virus.
 

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It is now understood that Type 1 diabetes is inherited but only occurs in combination with certain environmental exposures, such as consumption of cow’s milk or monosodium glutamate (MSG), or contact with certain viruses or vaccines.
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