Twisted science.

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Here is another article that was written for the purpose of misleading doctors and all those who blindly believe that what we are told through our ¨science¨ is the truth.

 In this article, ¨scientists¨ are telling us that fatty acid, propionate, is the cause of diabetes and increased levels of blood sugar.

To simplify their gibberish, what they are saying is that propionate which is used as the food preserver triggers glucagon release which acts as the opposite of insulin, increases the blood sugar levels.

They say that it does it by stimulating the liver to convert its glycogen into the glucose and release it into the blood.

As proof for this theory, they mention what happens in mice when it is given propionate in the food. Propionate stimulates glucagon production that acts on the liver to produce glucose.

The increased levels of the blood sugar then stimulate insulin production and consequently create insulin resistance we call diabetes 2.

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Propionate is a fatty acid so right of the way, doctors are being programmed to blame the fat as the cause of diabetes.

 There is so much garbage put together in this so-called scientific article that it is not funny so let me make a quick explanation.

 First, those mice that they use for experiments have dietary glucose as part of their diet. The pellets they feed the mouse with have carbohydrates. This is the source of the blood sugar increase.

 Let´s assume that propionate stimulates glucagon release, Glucagon is not a stress hormone and it will not convert glycogen of the liver into the glucose. If it would do this in the liver, glucagon would then also convert the glycogen of the muscles and the brain putting us in a stress mode by creating an energetic overload and this is not what is happening.

If the liver would be stimulated to produce the glucose, it would use fat to do so and not the glycogen, but in my opinion, this is not what is happening at all.

It is a known fact that some gut bacteria can transform glucose into propionate fatty acids. This is what fermentation is all about.

When mice are given pellets to eat, the glucose enters the digestive system. Some glucose will be absorbed into the blood and a minute amount of it will be converted into propionate and absorbed as such.

 There is no need for the liver to produce more glucose since the glucose was part of the food that was given to the mouse in the first place.

 The propionate could have triggered the release of glucagon and stimulated the liver to convert some fat into the glucose as well but this is a secondary, not important result of having the glucose in the diet in the first place.

 It is no wonder why doctors cannot solve the obvious puzzle when they are constantly being misled through the so-called ¨scientific¨ articles.

To keep those doctors confused, more ¨scientific¨ bul. is shoveled in their face focusing their attention on fats and fructose, and keeping glucose out of sight:

 All lies and deceptions.

Wake up my colleagues, you are being had to do the Devils work. Your action creates more death and suffering than all of the wars and traffic accidents put together.

 Reprogram yourselves. Accept the new knowledge and assist people in their healing process.

 Love and light to us all.

p.s. thank you, Peter, for those articles.

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