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The word 'diabetes' refers to passing large volumes of urine which is a feature of both diabetes insipidus and diabetes mellitus. Before urine testing was available, tasting the urine was the way to distinguish the two types with diabetes insipidus tasting bland and diabetes mellitus tasting sweet.

Diabetes insipidus is rare and of two types. The cranial type may be the result of meningitis, head injury or a pituitary tumour. The renal type (kidney) may be genetic or the result of heavy metals and drug treatments.

Diabetes mellitus is a problem of insulin production by the pancreas in response to raised blood sugar levels from the breakdown of carbohydrates, especially the refined type and high glycaemic index foods which release the sugar very quickly into the blood stream. Other hormones such as adrenaline and cortisol, both stress hormones from the adrenals, also play a role in sugar metabolism. There are two types of diabetes mellitus. In type 1 or insulin dependent diabetes mellitus, IDDM, the level of blood sugar is high and insulin is low, whereas in Type 2 or non-insulin dependent diabetes mellitus, NIDDM, sugar level is high but insulin is also high or even normal.

IDDM is considered a constitutional problem as there is no output of insulin from the pancreas. NIDDM or type 2 is considered an environmental condition as insulin is produced but either in insufficient amounts or the body develops a resistance to it and larger amounts than normal are needed to illicit a response.

In all cases of diabetes, the factors that are known to be detrimental to a balanced state must be addressed. In diabetes mellitus of course these are sugar, high glycaemic index foods as well as refined carbohydrates. Other factors include food allergy/intolerance, pathogenic organisms (bacteria, viruses, fungus/Candida and parasites), toxins such as metals (arsenic, cadmium, lead, mercury etc), chemicals (pesticides, herbicides, preservatives etc), radiation (DECT phones, mobiles and masts, air travel etc), drugs (NSAIDs, steroids etc), and not forgetting malabsorption of essential nutrients such as amino acids, vitamins, minerals and especially fatty acids of EPA and DHA.

For the natural treatment of diabetes and a return to a balanced state, all the factors that promote healing, repair and regeneration must be identified and supplied. These include regular daily exercise and twice weekly resistance training, soluble and insoluble fibre from fruits, vegetables and whole grains, and not forgetting adequate amounts of water and sunlight, when possible

An Integral Health DNA Hair Test not only can identify the epigenetic factors which possibly give rise to cause/causes of an imbalance in the body and the potential for signs and symptoms of disease; it is also able to highlight the nutrient and lifestyle recommendations specific for each unique individual, helping to ensure they are able to achieve optimum health - naturally.

Click here to download your Integral Health Hair Test form and attach three to four strands of your hair from anywhere on the body.  We must have the root on at least one of the hairs, that is the white or black bulb on the end of the hair.   Simply Cellotape the hairs in the space provided on the Integral Health Hair Test form and send it to us at: Integral Health, Suite 215, 14 Chertsey Road, Woking, GU21 5AH along with payment of £130 (retest £95) made out to 'Integral Health' or click Hair Test Payment for other methods of payment.  

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