Inhaltsverzeichnis_diab_en__Diabetes_Causes__Cure

Inhaltsverzeichnis_diab_en__Diabetes_Causes__Cure

 

Diabetes Causes and Cure

 

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Can Diabetes be Cured?

9

Diagnosis "diabetic" up to now = "lifelong"

11

Patients are lulled into a false sense of security

11

Diabetes: Numerous risks for life and limb

12

Disease as a "chance" - for economic growth?

13

Spare aggregates instead of cure?

13

Was discovery of healing possibility unwanted?

14

Censorship in medical periodicals blocks healing

15

"Targeted misinformation" to obstruct a therapy

16

Preserve diabetics as customers?

16

History of medicine with blots

17

View efficacy yourself (the cure)

18

Efficacy of the new therapy (tangible results)

19

How the new curing therapy was discovered

20

Still we are programmed for our origin nutrition

21

Dramatic case led to discovery: Diabetes is curable!

22

Starting point for a systematical development

23

Remarks, 20 years later

23

Refusal to aid?

25

How diseases develop

29

Homotoxins as causes of diseases

31

Table of Homotoxicoses

32

Biological courses of diseases

34

Chronic diseases by unbiological interventions

35

Focal diseases hinder therapeutical success

37

Diseases by lack of health basics

38

Lack of Health Preconditions cause Diseases

39

Environment's strongest impact: Nutrition

41

Main cause of chronic mass diseases: Hitherto spread (wrong) nutrition dogma!

42

The effects of refined carbohydrates

44

The protein-error and its consequences

45

Heat-processed food noxious to health

48

What is Health

51

What is health?

53

Where diseases cease, health is just beginning

54

Best strategy against diseases: High degree of health

57

Preconditions of Natural Health

59

The three keystones of natural health

61

Why one-sided analytic nutrition research must fail

61

Exploring the origin nutrition of man

63

Man - a fruit eater (frugivore)!

64

Protein supply healthier without animal protein

67

Civilized Origin Nutrition = Intensive Nutrition

69

Large spectrum of efficacy of the "Intensive Nutrition"

71

The Blood Sugar Regulation System

75

Blood sugar level = "voltage" of the body

77

Resources of energy in the food

78

Consumers of energy in the body

78

Buffer store between supply and consumption

79

Endocrine glands as "voltage regulators"

80

Overstrain of Blood Sugar Regulation System

83

Unwholesome refined carbohydrates

85

Causes of Juvenile Diabetes (Type I)

89

Does a hereditary predisposition exist?

91

Juvenile diabetes - a degeneration phase

92

Cause of juvenile diabetes: Medical treatments!

93

Focal diseases stand in the way of curing ...

97

Causes of Diabetes of Adults (Type II)

99

Does a family disposition exist?

101

Synergetic mechanism causes diabetes type II

103

Which are the effects of sulphonyl urea pills?

104

Unbiological retoxic effects in case of an infection

105

Diabetes released by virus?

106

Causes of the "Later Consequences" of both Types of Diabetes, I and II

109

Production of insulin- and B-cell- antibodies

111

Main cause: The common diabetic diet!

112

When haze in the eyes forbodes loss of eyesight - eyeground bleedings

113

High blood pressure, heart attack and embolism

113

Loss of legs by diabetic gangrene

115

Renal dysfunction and insufficiency

117

Hepatic cirrhosis and fatty liver

118

Pain condition, loss of sensation

119

Fading and loss of sexual potency

121

Destruction of the chewing organ

122

Degeneration of the bony tissues

122

"Incurability" - caused by the diabetic diet?

123

Chances of Success in Cases of Type I, II, and their Consequences

125

Goals and chances of success of measures

127

New, not yet treated diabetes of adults (type II)

128

Diabetes type II, under sulfonyl urea treatment

128

"Juvenile diabetes" (diabetes type I)

128

Bleedings in the eyeground

129

Hypertension (high blood pressure)

129

Kidney failure

129

Malfunction of the liver

130

Malfunction of the liver

130

The risk of heart attack

130

Degeneration of nerves, pains, loss of sensation

131

The male potency

131

Decay of dentition

131

Osteoporosis

131

The reasons for the good chances of success

132

Therapeutic Measures to Cure Diabetes

133

Basic therapy with "Schnitzer Intensive Nutrition"

135

Why it makes calculation of bread units obsolete

136

Nutrition after success has stabilized

137

If digestibility problems appear: Cereal soup diet

137

Sanitation treatment of chronic intestinal diseases

138

To overcome a chronic pancreatitis

138

Hematogenic oxidation therapy (HOT)

139

Homeopathy and antihomotoxic therapy

139

The cellular therapy of Dr. Paul Niehans

140

Therapy with human stem cells

142

Sanitation treatment of the dentition

143

How to avoid the impact of poisons

144

Sufficient physical activities

145

Reduction of blood sugar lowering medication

146

How to put this Natural Therapy into Effect as a Diabetic

147

Preparing the change of nutrition

149

Agreement and coordination with your physician

150

If you are already in the hospital

152

The day of takeoff

152

If soon you will feel so well that you become reckless

153

"Copy it - but copy it precisely!"

154

Experiences with the New Diabetes Curing Therapy

155

Report about a medical seminar in November 1979

157

Two serious cases of diabetes with gangrene

159

Successful treatment of a heavy diabetic gangrene

162

Physician's own diabetes case report

163

Experiences with the new therapy under observation of chronic alterations of the gastro-intestinal tract

164

A serious Type I, cured with two pages of information

171

Karl Ettwein made the discovery possible by a courageous decision

177

"This is how I overcame my diabetic disease!"

177

Recipes: Intensive Nutrition, Cereal soup diet ...

187

Kitchen utensils needed

189

What should be in stock

190

To buy fresh

191

Hints concerning healthy food preparations

192

How to handle the following recipes

193

Cereal-Soup-Diet for the beginning

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Cereal soup, completely boiled

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Cereal soup with an unheated, raw part

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Cereal soup with a raw part of cereals, garden lettuce and carrots

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Cereal soup with raw part of cereals, chicory, carrots, germinated seeds

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More soups with raw part of cereals, fresh vegetables, germinated seeds

197

Cereal muesli variations for breakfast

198

Basic mixture of the cereal muesli

198

Further preparation of the cereal muesli in variations

199

Lunch and dinner

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Composition of lunch and dinner

201

Gazpacho - Spanish "salad-soup"

202

Natural nutrition - example for one day

203

The breakfast

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Lunch

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Dinner

207

Important: Sufficient Water Supply

209

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