Tuesday, March 22, 2005

"Type 1 Diabetes: An Immune Disorder"

The title of this posting, "Type 1 Diabetes: An Immune Disorder," is from a subheading of a book, Diabetes: Fight It with the Blood Type Diet, by Peter J. D'Adamo and Catherine Whitney. The description of contracting Type 1 Diabetes relates to my posting of March 17, 2005, which stated, "The unnatural and detrimental effect of injecting toxins directly into the bloodstream is that it disrupts the immune system so drastically, that autoimmune disfunction can result, along with many other complications."

Dr. D'adamo says the following about Type 1 Diabetes:

"Type 1 Diabetes, formerly known as juvenile or insulin-dependent diabetes, occurs when the pancreas is unable to produce insulin. It usually begins in childhood or young adulthood and lasts throughout a diabetic's life...
[Type 1 Diabetes]...is believed to be, at least initially, an autoimmune disease triggered by a toxin or virus."

A discussion of the upsurge in Type 1 Diabetes over the last several decades is on the National Vaccine Information Center web site. The increasing number of cases of this disease also corresponds with the increasing number of vaccine dosages administered each year to children.

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