Important Link To Contributory Cause of Diabetes
I started out researching this morning for everything I could find on the hydrogenated and partially hydrogenated oil theory as a cause for diabetes. If you click the link listed above, I think you will find a wealth of information concerning just that.
I also wanted to find out exactly HOW to I go about eliminating the "Cells By Dupont" situation which ends up messing up the beautifully created insulin receptors of our cells. I knew from scripture that God doesn't make JUNK, so it must have come from man.
"For Thou didst form my inward parts; Thou didst weave me in my mother's womb." (Psalm 139:13)
Exodus 26:36). All of our parts work together; each with a different job to do and all depending on the other parts (1 Corinthians 12:14-18). God works with the skill that confounds man. We recall the first creation which began it all (Genesis 2:7;22; 1:27). When God formed that initial human pair, He skillfully added mechanisms which would operate on the basis of natural law so that they would be able to re-create themselves. The Psalmist correctly identifies God as the Master Worker who is the source of our origin.
I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well.Psalm 139:14Think about it for a moment.....................when God created Adam in his own image in the Garden of Eden, it makes NO mention of using hydrogenated oil in the formula. Hydrogenated oil is a man made transformed oil as opposed to natural and the body simply does NOT KNOW how to process it.
So how do you get the stuff out of your body? FIRST, you have to cease and desist from putting any more of it in there. Quit buying products that contain hydrogenated and partially hydrogenated oils / READ LABELS.
Secondly..........start putting extra virgin olive oil, extra virgin coconut oil, flax oil and cold milled ground flax seeds back in, and switch from margarine back to BUTTER.
While your at it, get off aspartame (found in diet coke, sugar free puddings and an incredible host of other every day grocer shelf items).
As mentioned previously in several posts, one has to do a lot of things well. You have to change your dietary habits, give up harmful foods, and exercise. It is NOT difficult, just different from what you are used to. make the changes and then you adapt and become used to doing things right. It is a learning curve, however it is not rocket science.