Ozone | Diabetic or Insulin Neuropathy


Ozone by injection can be a potent oxygen therapy valauble in the treatment of all chronic inflammatory-immune disorders, viral infections, degenerative diseases and cancer. When infused improperly, ozone is harmful. This, of course, is true of all oxygen therapies.

Here is freshly released research:

Neuropathy is one of the most common complications of diabetes mellitus. Although the beneficial effects of good blood glucose control on diabetic neuropathy are known, this control cannot completely prevent the occurrence and progression of diabetic neuropathy. The aim of this study was to investigate whether ozone prevents diabetic neuropathy. . . These findings indicate that ozone partially prevents diabetic neuropathy in rats. It appears that the preventive effects of ozone are mediated through oxidant/antioxidant mechanisms.

Erken HA, Genç O, Erken G, Ayada C, Gündoğdu G, Doğan H. Ozone Partially Prevents Diabetic Neuropathy in Rats. Exp Clin Endocrinol Diabetes. 2015 Feb;123(2):101-105. Epub 2014 Dec 11.


In my clinical experience, the most common cause of neuropathy is insulin toxicity. Some years ago, I introduced the term “insulin neuropathy” for this state. The common symptoms of insulin neuropathy include numbness, tingling, pain, and burning sensation. Some individuals also feel “electric-like” sensations. The only way to diagnose insulin toxicity is by doing a three-hour insulin profile. Unfortunately this test is rarely done by neurologists.

Most individuals with early stages of insulin neuropathy respond extremely well to an insulin-reduction program, hydrogen peroxide foot soaks, and castor oil and sesame oil rubs on the skin over tissues involved with neuropathy. Below I present a case study that illustrates this point well. The patient’s symptoms of numbness, tingling, and pain in her toes were completely relieved within three weeks of the treatment.

Healthy people often have a fasting insulin level of less than two units and a peak insulin level of less than 25 units. Some have peak insulin levels as low as 15. The three-hour insulin level of healthy individuals is often less than five units. Note that after nine years of multi-drug treatment of diabetes, the total amount of insulin (seen  at the area under this patient’s insulin curve) is more than five times as much as health subjects.

Insulin and Glucose Profiles of a 58-year-old 5′ 5″ Woman Weighing 199 lbs. With Diabetes of Nine Years Duration. She Was Taking Victoza, Glimepadi, Gluetza , Armour, Thyroid, Lipitor, and Diovan.

7.30.2012

Fasting

1 Hour

2 Hour

3 Hour

Insulin

7.6

37.0

26.1

17.8

Glucose

157

382

220

145

A question on blood sugars

A viewer writes, “[The effects of] blood sugars vary depending on the carbohydrate load of what you eat.“ This is true. However, in real life, the effects of .carbohydrates and starches in the food on blood sugar levels are profoundly affected by:

1. How good fats and proteins are combined with staches and carbs in food
2. The degrees of fermentation in the mouth, stomach, and colon (everyone has some degree of fermentation, which increases with sugar and antibiotic use
3. Strength of digestive enzymes and adequacy of absorptive functions
4. Functional adequacy of vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients
5. Status of blood circulation in the alimentary tract
6. Degrees of stress which disrupts neural, metabolic, and hormonal pathways involved in the prevention of insulin spikes and insulin toxicity.

Cheese Is Good For Reversing Insulin Toxicity Part Two from Majid Ali on Vimeo.

Majid Ali MD, *Saving Insulin – Initial Waste Part Two  Childrens Health Corps* www.aliacademy.org from Majid Ali on Vimeo.


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