All diabetics have a common fluke parasite, Eurytrema pancreaticum, the pancreatic fluke of cattle, in their own pancreas. It seems likely that we get it from cattle, repeatedly, by eating their meat or dairy products in a raw state. It is not hard to kill with a zapper but because of its infective stages in our food supply, we can immediately be reinfected.
Eurytrema will not settle and multiply in our pancreas without the presence of wood alcohol (methanol). Methanol pollution pervades our food supply—it is found in processed food including bottled water, artificial sweetener, soda pop, baby formula and powdered drinks of all kinds including health food varieties. I presume wood alcohol is used to wash equipment used in manufacturing. If your child has diabetes, use nothing out of a can, package or bottle except regular milk, and no processed foods.
Be vigilant with your blood sugar checks. The pancreas with its tiny islets that produce insulin recovers very quickly. Even if 90% of them were destroyed, requiring daily insulin shots, half of them can recover or regenerate so insulin is no longer necessary.
The insulin shot itself may be polluted with wood alcohol (this is an especially cruel irony—the treatment itself is worsening the condition). Test it yourself, using the wood alcohol in automotive fluids (windshield washer) or from a paint store, as a test substance. Try different brands of insulin until you find one that is free of methanol.
Artificial sweeteners are polluted with wood alcohol! Instead of helping you cope with diabetes, they are actually promoting it! Do not use them.
Drugs that stimulate your pancreas to make more insulin may also carry solvent pollution; test them for wood alcohol and switch brands and bottles until you find a pure one. You may not need them much longer, so the extra expense now may soon reward you.
Many persons can detoxify the amount of wood alcohol that pollutes our foods. They do not have a food mold, Kojic acid, built up in their bodies as diabetics do. I have found Kojic acid in coffee, and potatoes with gray areas inside. Do not eat discolored potatoes or peels, even if cooked or baked. Being able to detoxify a poisonous substance like wood alcohol should not give us the justification for consuming it. All poisons are bad for us. Do not consume them.
All diabetic persons also carry a virus, HA virus in the pancreas. This virus grows in the skin as a wart but is spread quite widely in the body such as in the spleen or liver besides pancreas.
It is not necessary to kill this virus since it disappears when the pancreatic fluke is gone. The HA virus undoubtedly belongs to the pancreatic fluke. The question can be asked: Does the fluke or its virus cause diabetes? There might even be a bacterium, so far missed in our observations, that is the real perpetrator.
There are additional aspects to diabetes that have been studied by alternative physicians. For instance, allergy to wheat and other grains containing gluten is common. Perhaps the pancreas and its islets would heal much faster if grains were out of the diet for a while. Perhaps the 50% improvement that is consistently possible just by killing parasites and stopping wood alcohol consumption could be improved further by a month of a grain-free diet. Eating fenugreek seeds has been reported to greatly benefit (actually cure) diabetes cases. Are they a specific fluke killer, virus killer, or neither? It seems like a good idea to add this to your diet if you are a diabetic. Wood alcohol also accumulates in the eyes, and there is a connection between diabetes and eye disease. Bilberry leaves are an herbal treatment for both diabetes and weak eyes. Do they help by counteracting wood alcohol or detoxifying Kojic acid? Make a tea for yourself, using ¼ cup leaves to three cups water. Drink a ½ cup a day.
Chromium is another must for diabetics (200 mcg three times a day). It helps insulin enter your cells. Gold is attracted to the pancreas. Heavy metals should be removed from dentalware including all gold crowns and no metal should be worn next to the skin as jewelry, including all gold items.