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The Hun Hordes of Mercury and Diabetes

Published on February 3, 2010

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If one does not understand the Hun Hordes of Mercury story one cannot truly understand diabetes. On August 1st of 2006 the American Chemical Society published research that showed conclusively that Methylmercury Induces Pancreatic Cell Apoptosis and Dysfunction.[1] Mercury is a well-known toxic agent that produces various types of cell and tissue damage yet governmental health agencies diminish this fact exposing hundreds of millions of people to levels of mercury harmful to pancreatic health.

In the case of diabetes mercury is especially telling for it affects the beta cells, the insulin itself, and the insulin receptor sites setting off a myriad of complex disturbances in glucose metabolism.

MeHg triggers ROS production, suppresses insulin secretion, and induces apoptosis in -cell-derived HIT-T15 cells and isolated mouse pancreatic islets. College of Medicine, Taiwan University

[1] Ya Wen Chen, Chun Fa Huang, Keh Sung Tsai, Rong Sen Yang, Cheng Chieh Yen, Ching Yao Yang,# Shoei Yn Lin-Shiau, and Shing Hwa Liu. Chem. Res. Toxicol., 19 (8), 1080 -1085, 2006. Institute of Toxicology, Department of Laboratory Medicine, and Department of Orthopaedics, College of Medicine, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan, and Departments of Traumatology, Surgery, and Emergency Medicine, National Taiwan University Hospital, Taiwan

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  • Jeanette Hansen

    Sources for building further on your article:
    Methylmercury Induces Pancreatic â-Cell Apoptosis and Dysfunction
    http://www.heavymetaldetox.net/Research%20Articles/Diabetes%20and%20HMs.pdf

    Diabetes: Causes, Natural Control, & the Mercury/Vaccine Factor B. Windham(Ed) 2011
    http://www.flcv.com/diabetes.html
    Both are fully cited sources.

    Please also research and post information on the value of sunlight/Vitamin D3 (Cholecalciferol) in preventing Diabetes type 1 and 2. It also improves insulin resistance.
    Takiishi T, Gysemans C, Bouillon R, Mathieu C (June 2010). “Vitamin D and diabetes”. Endocrinol. Metab. Clin. North Am. 39 (2): 419–46, table of contents. doi:10.1016/j.ecl.2010.02.013. PMID 20511061.
    ^ Clinical information on the links between the skeletalmuscular system in utilizing vitamin D3 in insulin use, and in protecting pancreatic betacells.

    • Claudia – IMVA Staff

      DearJeannette,

      Thank you for sharing this important research on mercury, Vit. D and diabetes.

      I’m happy to say that some of this we already have included in our book New Paradigms in Diabetic Care, but we are looking for updates to use for the 2nd edition of this important book. The information now coming out on Vitamin D and its importance is amazing, not just for diabetes but for so many other things as well.

      Please visit our Diabetes site: http://diabetic.imva.info/

      and the book site: http://publications.imva.info/index.php/e-books/new-paradigms-in-diabetic-care.html

      where you will find information on diabetes, both type 1 and type 2 diabetes, and the table of contents of the book.
      T
      Thank you for sharing your opinion and these links.

  • Jeanette Hansen

    Sources for building further on your article:
    Methylmercury Induces Pancreatic â-Cell Apoptosis and Dysfunction
    http://www.heavymetaldetox.net/Research%20Articles/Diabetes%20and%20HMs.pdf

    Diabetes: Causes, Natural Control, & the Mercury/Vaccine Factor B. Windham(Ed) 2011
    http://www.flcv.com/diabetes.html
    Both are fully cited sources.

    Please also research and post information on the value of sunlight/Vitamin D3 (Cholecalciferol) in preventing Diabetes type 1 and 2. It also improves insulin resistance.
    Takiishi T, Gysemans C, Bouillon R, Mathieu C (June 2010). “Vitamin D and diabetes”. Endocrinol. Metab. Clin. North Am. 39 (2): 419–46, table of contents. doi:10.1016/j.ecl.2010.02.013. PMID 20511061.
    ^ Clinical information on the links between the skeletalmuscular system in utilizing vitamin D3 in insulin use, and in protecting pancreatic betacells.

    • Claudia – IMVA Staff

      DearJeannette,

      Thank you for sharing this important research on mercury, Vit. D and diabetes.

      I’m happy to say that some of this we already have included in our book New Paradigms in Diabetic Care, but we are looking for updates to use for the 2nd edition of this important book. The information now coming out on Vitamin D and its importance is amazing, not just for diabetes but for so many other things as well.

      Please visit our Diabetes site: http://diabetic.imva.info/

      and the book site: http://publications.imva.info/index.php/e-books/new-paradigms-in-diabetic-care.html

      where you will find information on diabetes, both type 1 and type 2 diabetes, and the table of contents of the book.
      T
      Thank you for sharing your opinion and these links.