Category Archives: Diabetes

Difficulties with vision caused by Diabetis was improved with inLifes, inForce Immune builder.

Regina Housh says:
Like writer Paula Kaufman above, I also suffered from vision difficulties due to diabetis. Dr. Brent Easley suggested I conduct my own research on inForce and make an informed decision. I did and began taking 2 pills twice a day and later increased it to 3 pills. Where I once experienced very blurry vison with an additional element of what I describe as foggy, I now enjoy sharp, clear, crisp vision. As an avid reader this has proven invaluable on a daily basis. This improvement was within 2 weeks of first taking the inForce. I also recently had the normal bloodwork tests that all diabetics get on a regular basis. This was the first time my results were excellent on all tests. There is no doubt in my mind that this is a result of inForce. I look forward to whatever other improvements I notice with my health.

How inForce immune builder saved my foot from being amputated due to diabetes.

I always knew that diabetes ran in my family, starting with my Dad (William T. Kaufman) who past away from type one diabetes. My brother Jerry was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes about 10 years a go and my other brother Bill was type one diagnoses. My twin sister Paulette is also type 2.

Early 2010 I had a job that required travel and I had recently returned from one of my long trips. I went to the cleaners to wash my close and while standing at the counter I blacked out and they thought I had a heart attack. When I came through I thought it was just jet lag and fatigue. I then went and got something to eat and drink and did not think of it as being diabetic.

Around mid July 2010 I was strolling on the beach with a friend when I got a splinter in the palm of my foot. I was very fatigue that day so I went home and took a three hour nap and when I woke I had a temp of 108 and my foot was swelling up and would not go down. Two or three days later I decided to go to the emergency because of the redness and swelling that had appeared. My temperature was still at 108 and my blood pressure was elevated. After they drew my blood they came back and said I had an infection that was so bad that they would have to admit me. At that time it had been about 4 hours since I ate so my sugar could have been around 600 plus should I have eaten however it was in the 300s. I was started on diabetic treatments with insulin shots immediately. I was very concern about my stay in the hospital because I was there for 9 days and my bill was over $30,000. It took them that long to stabilize my sugar levels. They finally found a splinter on the bottom of my foot and an ulcer between my toes about size of my pinky. This was an open ulcer with fluid draining from it. They sent me home on antibiotics, diabetic medication and blood pressure medications. I was told to clean my foot twice a day with iodine solution and to keep it elevated.

I went to an infectious disease Dr. for several weeks along with a foot specialist and primary Dr. No change was taken place in a positive direction however I had more fluid coming out and swelling that I have ever seen.

When I left the hospital I got a call form my friend Dan Gracia who briefly mentioned something about the inForce product based on the Coriolus Versicolor Mushroom. However I told Dan that I would do some research on it and I continued to do what the Dr. said by keeping my foot clean and staying off of it however it had gotten worst. Then about two weeks after the first call from Dan he called me again with his friend Jim Monde on the phone. At that time they where giving me a bunch of testimonies about this product.

The swelling and redness was getting so bad that it began to clime up my leg and it looked like I had Elephantitis and then other leg started to swell because I was depending on it so much. This entire time I had walked with a walker.

I was scheduled for a Dr.’s appointment the same week that Dan, Jim and I talked and I was not feeling good on the inside about what the Dr. might say because by this time I had been out of work for a couple of months and things where not looking good. I started thinking about my two brothers that are ready to loose there life. Both with cancer and the one with sever infections from a bad surgery. I went to the Dr. and as my gut was telling me he gave me the bad news that we would have to amputate my foot due to the infections. That was on the Thursday prior to the memorial weekend. After leaving the Dr.’s office I remembered what Dan and Jim had told me and started to pray about it. I then called Dan and gave him the bad news. Dan then told me that he would make a rush 24 hour order so that I would not have to spend the holiday weekend without the inForce product. The product arrived on the next day Friday and I immediately started to take them. I averaged about 7 pills a day until I saw the Dr. on Tuesday after the holiday. The Dr. stated to me that we are seeing a turn around here and healing of about 20-30% and it had only been 5 days since I started the product. After 7 days I saw more improvement and decided to increase my intake to 12 capsules a day. The following week I went back to the Dr. and he could not believe the rate of healing. He said it was improving so rapidly that the ulcer was healing up, the swelling was going down, the redness was subsiding and the fluid was slowing down. He also mentioned that at this pace I could be off of my crouches within a week to two weeks. I am scheduled to see him on September 26, 2010 I currently am still taking the product and have seen great improvement and also have notice my sugars’ are not bottoming out and blood pressure is staying normal. Because of the diabetes I have cataracts and bleeding behind the eyes. I have noticed improvement in my vision and I can’t wait to see what my eye Dr. has to say when I see him on November 12th to determine my surgery options for my eyes.

I am feeling much more energy, my skin is tightening and much smoother. I had a split finger nail from a fungus and it would not heal for over a year, it is now almost all healed. I don’t wake up in the middle of the night from sugar lows any more and my ringing in the ears has stopped. My mind is feeling sharper and I don’t feel like I have any forgetfulness.

This is a product that I recommend for anyone and everyone because the medical community is not telling us the entire truth about earths natural benefits. I want to thank the almighty, Dan Gracia, Jim Monde and inLife for introducing me to an amazing miracle product that I know will change the world.

Yours Truly

Love and blessings

Paulyah Ezekiel Kaufman

Immune System Genes Show Links to Type 1 Diabetes – By Serena Gordon, HealthDay Reporter

WEDNESDAY, Sept. 8 (HealthDay News) — The exact cause of type 1 diabetes is still unknown, but international researchers have found a link between the blood sugar disorder and a network of immune system genes.

Using a genome-wide association study, the researchers found that a certain group of genes that react in response to viral infections were present in both rats and humans, and that those same genes were also associated with a susceptibility to type 1 diabetes.

“Diseases arise as a result of many genetic and environmental factors through gene networks that cause tissue damage,” explained study senior author Dr. Stuart Cook, the group head of molecular and cellular cardiology at the Medical Research Council Clinical Sciences Centre, and a professor of clinical and molecular cardiology at Imperial College in London.

“We used an approach to identify the major control points’ central command of an inflammatory gene network. This led us to uncover hundreds of new genes that might cause diabetes and one major control gene that controls the whole network,” said Cook.

He added that one of the genes belongs to a class of genes that might make a good target for drug therapy in the future.

Results of the study are published in the Sept. 9 issue of Nature.

Each year, more than 30,000 people are diagnosed with type 1 diabetes, formerly known as juvenile diabetes, according to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF). People with type 1 diabetes no longer produce enough of the hormone insulin to effectively use the sugars found in carbohydrate-containing foods. To survive, people with type 1 diabetes must take insulin injections or use an insulin pump for the rest of their lives.

Experts believe the disease is an autoimmune disease, which means that the body’s immune system mistakenly turns against healthy cells, such as the insulin-producing cells in the pancreas, and destroys them. People who develop type 1 diabetes are believed to have a genetic susceptibility to the disease that’s then triggered by something in the environment, possibly a virus.

In the current study, the researchers didn’t initially set out to look for type 1 diabetes genes. They started out by looking at a certain group of genes in rats, in this case a network of genes controlled by a gene called interferon regulatory factor 7 (IRF7). IRF7 is like a master switch that controls the genes in its network. The entire network of genes controlled by IRF7 is called the IRF7-driven inflammatory network (IDIN).

The researchers discovered that when there were differences in IRF7, there were also differences in the way other genes expressed themselves.

Cook and his colleagues then searched for a network of genes in humans that might behave the same way. They found an area on chromosome 13q32 that is controlled by a gene called the “Epstein-Barr virus induced gene 2” (Ebi2). This gene appeared to be the human equivalent of the IRF7 gene in rats.

Within this human version of the IDIN, research found a gene called IFIH1, which has been found in other research to be associated with the development of type 1 diabetes.

“Usually, research starts from the genetics and goes to function. Here, they started with a function — [an immune system reaction] — and were looking for a gene,” explained Marie Nierras, director of research and scientific affairs for the JDRF.

“The value of such a result is that if you can get to the same place using more than one pathway, it tends to support the hypothesis,” she said.

In this case, the hypothesis supported is the idea that type 1 diabetes may be triggered by an immune system response to a virus. However, Nierras stressed that this study doesn’t conclusively prove that a virus is the trigger for type 1 diabetes.

“We know better today that this network of genes is involved, and with a network, you have many targets you can test. This research invites us to plan experiments going forward, and opens up many more questions, like ‘If I disrupt this branch of the network, do I disrupt diabetes?’ Or, ‘If you look back at previous research knowing this study’s results, does that help to better explain previous results?'” said Nierras.

Cook said this type of genome-wide association study can be used for other diseases as well, and that his team is hoping to eventually develop a new drug based on the genetic target they discovered.

More information

Learn more about type 1 diabetes and its causes from the U.S. National Library of Medicine.

SOURCES: Stuart Cook, M.D., Ph.D., group head, molecular and cellular cardiology, the Medical Research Council Clinical Sciences Centre, and professor, clinical and molecular cardiology, Imperial College, London; Marie Nierras, Ph.D., director, research and scientific affairs, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, New York City; Sept. 9, 2010, Nature

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