The Serious Health Risks Associated with Insulin

Most Type 1 and many Type 2 diabetics start their day with an injection of insulin. Most of them have to use this drug two to three times a day.
The use of insulin and oral agents to lower elevated blood sugar levels are not without their negative effects. Insulin is given in certain patients, but can achieve either too high or too low circulating levels.

When insulin is artificially administered there is always the risk of creating additional health risks. When the blood insulin is too high, the aging processes in essential organs and bodily tissues rapidly accelerates.

Elevated insulin levels speed up the accummulation of plaque — the sticky substance in the bloodstream that clogs coronary arteries and is greatly responsible for most of the heart disease in the world. It is no coincidence that 80% of diabetics die of coronary complications.

Insulin can actually raise blood sugar levels and block DNA, RNA, protein and glucose synthesis. It can also cause central nervous system and circulatory depression to the point of amputation — even leading to death. Oral hypoglycemic agents can cause nausea, diarrhea, fatigue, excess insulin levels, suppressed cellular function, headaches, muscle aches, decreased concentration and rashes.

It is agreed that medically prescribed insulin has prolonged the lives of millions of people who would have normally died from diabetes. But, it is also known that injected insulin and oral hypoglycemics have serious side effects that bring sufferening and can dramatically shorten life.