Type II Diabetes – Immune System Therapies

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Microimmunotherapy formulas that contain DHEA, the hormone produced by the adrenal glands, can help with Type 2 Diabetes through their effects on adiponectin.

Adiponectin is a protein involved in regulating glucose levels and fatty breakdown. This treatment must be prescribed by a qualified therapist.

Physiological Regulating Medicine

Physiological regulating medicine is a form of complex homeopathy that uses classical remedies with dilutions of molecules that act naturally in the body, such as serotonin and cytokines. Patient QI found a small study carried out in 2004 that used Microimmunotherapy to help stabilize insulin requirements. Cytokines were used in dilutions to control underlying autoimmune disorders.


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