cwald wrote:Diabetes is relative. Insulin is relative.
This part I totally agree with.
cwald wrote:The only reason we have problems with blood sugar levels is because billions of people believe we do. It would only take one or two people to disregard the fact the diabetes exists for it to become not a fact. Kind of like all it takes is one person to disregard the earth is round and claim it it flat, and actually believe it is flat for it to actually be a fact that the earth is flat. People who suffer from diabetes unnecessarily don't understand philosophy and fallacies. It's sad really, that they put their faith in science and the scientific method, which we all know is the cause of most pain. Everything is relative. Facts aren't facts.
This is so arrogant. It's not "humans" that believe in diabetes, it's our muscle cells. Humans would love to eat sugar, but our muscles (type 2), and brain (type 3) have had enough. That fallacy in the case is that human are supposed to eat this much sugar. Before the crusades, most Europeans didn't know was sugar was, outside of some sweet grade. But even their beer didn't use sugar.
In 1900 the average America used 6lbs of sugar a year. That is not guesstismated to be about 125lbs of sugar year. So yeah. . . . diabetes is relative. I'm what you might consider "hardcore diabetic" (relatively speaking) and I reduce my carbs to about 40 a day instead of the FDA recommended 300 a day my diabetes goes away. It's tough, I like oak meal cookies.
The so called science and it minsters had me on diet of about 200 a day, still almost killed me. I'm just eat fat, fat, fat, and doctors turn a blind eye because my numbers are the best they have ever been.
So yup, everything is relative. And yup, facts are just illusions of the masses.