*Insulin doubles death rate in type 2 diabetics!
A new study clearly documents that a standard treatment for type 2 diabetes is a killer, resulting in more than double the rates. The treatment justification has always been based on irrelevant criteria-just as it is with most pharmaceutical treatments.
According to Heidi Stevenson (a drug side-effect victim): “It seems so intuitive: People with diabetes should inject insulin. In the case of people with type 1 diabetes, in which the pancreas doesn’t produce insulin, that’s probably true. However, modern doctors routinely give insulin to people with type 2 diabetes simply because it reduces blood sugar levels.
The reality, though, is that type 2 diabetics who take insulin injections die
at more than double the rate of those given non-insulin treatment!
The study, Mortality and Other Important Diabetes-Related Outcomes With Insulin vs Other Antihyperglycemic Therapies in Type 2 Diabetes, investigated 84,622 primary care patients with type 2 diabetes from 2000 to 2010.Individuals were compared for risks of certain severe adverse events: cardiac, cancer, and mortality.
Insulin Therapy Resulted in:
- 2.0 times more myocardial infarctions.
- 1.7 times more major adverse cardiac events
- 1.4 times more strokes
- 3.5 times more renal complications
- 2.1 times more neuropathy
- 1.2 times more eye complications
- 1.4 times more cancer
- 2.2 times more deaths
As this study has demonstrated, forcing insulin into the body actually results in worse outcomes. How many decades has this treatment been in vogue and for how many years have innocent patients trusted their M.D.? All that time it’s been justified because it reduces blood sugar. But the effects that count—quality of life and longevity—haven’t been considered.
At the upcoming Elevation Health DIABETES & BLOOD SUGAR CONTROL LIVESTREAM event (6/15),
I will personally teach you the most powerful strategies to guard against this thief of YOUR health and life.
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