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I am 65 years old. My health is not in good condition. I have had diabetes for nine years. I have been taking three pills daily. Lately I had had an acute glaucoma attack. I lost my vision for a few days. I had deep venous thrombosis in my right leg, which became swollen and its condition has been worsening.
I get up a few times during the night to pass water. I have also been suffering from dyspnoea, heartache after stress, continuous headache and eye watering.
I implemented optimal nutrition six weeks ago. After two weeks I have done away with all my diabetes and heart medication, my headache and eye watering have disappeared. I do not get up during the night anymore, the dyspnoea has stopped completely, my heartaches occur infrequently and last shorter.
Can I get any help for my leg and the glaucoma? At present I take drops for my eye but medicines and massages or other measures don't help for my leg.
Urszula H from Radom

After six weeks of being on the optimal diet a number of changes have occurred to you.
You have got rid of diabetes and circulatory failures. You are not getting up during the night to urinate. With every week to come you should feel better. The main reason of glaucoma is a prevalence of sympathetic system in the eyes. The cause of this prevalence is a poor pattern of feeding. Till now, the glaucoma cure is symptomatic treatment or surgery. Drops are applied to stimulate the parasympathetic system and in effect the flow of blood is better and widened vessels drain the intraocular liquid out. It is impossible, however, to maintain constant pressure in the eyeball using drops. After the treatment the pressure falls and later gradually increases. The retina does not like pressure changes. Nearly all people using drops as treatment can be cured by permanent removal of noxious prevalence of sympathetic system in the eyes. The selective currents are used to stimulate the parasympathetic system. After a series of selective current treatments the improvement is very apparent. The complete recovery can be achieved with simultaneous use of optimal diet. From time to time ophthalmologist should control the intraocular pressure.
The vein inflammations in legs very often generate the extensive lymphatic swelling. Treatment is not successful. This disease can be cured or at least considerable improvement obtained using selective currents to the sick leg. The selective currents enlarge the artery (the blood flow is increased up to five times) and in effect the feeding of tissue is corrected. Simultaneously, the strong current widens the lymphatic vessels, which causes the retreat of swelling.
The optimal diet makes blood coagulation very low, which protect from a coagulated inflammation of vein or artery.

Dr Jan Kwasniewski

I am 66 years of age and I have been sick for years. I have had diabetes from age 13. I had to take 52 units of insulin daily. After a biopsy it has been found that I have cirrhosis of liver and fatty liver. I have always had a distension of the abdomen, swelling of legs and ascites. I have also had an abdominal pain and diarrhoea. I was ordered to eat low fat cheese, lean meat, vegetables, fruits and margarine. I walked like under the influence of alcohol. I was completely without the strength. After eating I used to vomit everything.
I have been on optimal diet for five months. When blood sugar has dropped, I reduced the doses of insulin. At present I take eight units of insulin, blood sugar is not increasing and I think that soon I will stop taking insulin permanently. I do not have any pain and I feel comfortable. I have noticed that my sight has improved. Can I stop taking the insulin? Does diabetes come back?
Wieslawa B. from Dabrowa Gornicza

The pace of retreating of diabetes is different in every person. People with long-lasting disease, older people, people using bigger quantity of insulin, people with fatty liver, with liver cirrhosis, with insufficiency of kidneys and advanced atherosclerosis changes have to wait longer for recovery. It is only in exceptional cases that diabetes cannot retreat completely. It can happen that during long-lasting diabetes the organism produces antibodies, which are causing atrophy of insulin receptors in cells. Moreover, people with diabetes very often produce a defence mechanism against sugar and insulin, which induces insulin to be dissolved in blood. In this case insulin acts very weakly or not at all, because the insulin is dissolved very quickly in the body of a sick person. At that time the organism dissolves both the insulin injected and the insulin produced by the pancreas. Insulin is essential not only to the metabolism of carbohydrates but also takes part in other body metabolisms. Insulin is more needed by carnivores (and for human) than by omnivores (and apes). When the pancreas is surgically removed or chemically damaged, carnivores would quickly die, omnivores would live and their metabolisms would only show a small disorder.

When the organisms have developed a mechanism to dissolve injected insulin and that produced by the pancreas it can happen that insulin can be in short supply even when quantities of consumed carbohydrates are minimal. This can only happen when the diabetes is very severe and has lasted for many years. However, this happens very seldom.
Then, the sick person can be cured from diabetes and from many complications caused by it, but he or she has to take small quantities of rapid insulin although the diabetes has disappeared.
Till now, I have seen one case of a woman suffering from many different diseases including long-lasting diabetes. Three years after the introduction of optimal nutrition the patient needed 8 - 12 units of insulin per day. You should continue taking small quantity of insulin till it is unnecessary and then discontinue insulin.
After starting optimal nutrition, a considerable improvement in eyesight of persons suffering from diabetes or other diseases, which have side effects on vision, is a rule, not an exception. Improvement in eyesight occurs only when the disease has not made permanent damages. In diabetes it is always possible.
Diabetes angiopathy, which develops in every diabetic patient, induces changes in the arteries similar to atherosclerosis; after the introduction of optimal diet, the diseases quickly disappear and can withdraw completely.
Similarly, cataract can retreat. In diabetes the cataract complications are often caused by the poor nourishment of eye lens which is common or the deficiency of valuable proteins and energy in the diet. These very often happen among peoples with low income.
You are writing that you do not have any pain at present. It should be like that and every patient should be able to experience this.

Dr Jan Kwasniewski

 
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