Diabetes affects thousands of individuals each year. There are many theories on the causes of this illness. In reality, there are probably several conditions that lead to diabetes. Most experts agree that a healthy diet and exercise are important factors in controlling diabetes. Can nutritional supplements help in our fight against diabetes? There are different opinions among experts on the effectiveness of nutrients in this arena. Under FDA guidelines, we cannot say that a nutrient prevents or cures any illness. There are hundreds of testimonies that indicate that certain nutrients, such as chromium picolinate, lipoic acid, omega-3 fatty acids, and Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA), have a positive effect on symptoms involved with Type II diabetes.
There are two known types of diabetes, Type I and Type II. With Type I, the pancreas fails to produce the amount of insulin that is required to control serum levels of glucose. Generally, these individuals must take insulin intravenously. There are many theories on what causes Type I diabetes. Genetic factors, infectious agents that may cause an immune disorder, and an immune disorder that is precipitated by a mutant protein called GAD that is secreted by the same cells that secrete insulin, are possible causes.
One theory is that the immune system attempts to attack the cell that produces the mutated protein. It suppresses and eventually destroys this cell which also produces insulin. Another theory is that an infectious agent attacks the pancreas. The immune system attacks the infectious agent and subsequently suppresses or destroys the insulin-producing cells that are infected. Once the cells are actually dead, there is no way to revive them. If the immune system ceases the attack while the cells are only suppressed, the cells may begin to produce insulin again.
Scientists who believe that a dysfunctional immune system or an infectious agent is involved in some cases of diabetes are looking to immune modulators for help. One such immune system modulator has captured the attention of several health experts. Rob Robertson, M.D., a physician for 24 years, and Mark Blatstein, the director of the Philadelphia chapter of the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation, are experts who feel that transfer factors can play an important role in addressing these factors. We have had astounding testimonies from customers and distributors on how transfer factors have affected their bodies in such a way as to relieve some of the symptoms of Type I diabetes. In theory, transfer factors have suppressor factors and bio-feedback mechanisms along with the “information molecules,” which could be modulating the immune system. A condition such as diabetes is very complex, and we would not encourage anyone to stop traditional treatment.
With Type II diabetes, the muscle cells become desensitized to insulin. The insulin is no longer able to move glucose from the blood into the cells. This is also referred to as “insulin-resistant or adult onset diabetes.” In a few cases, insulin receptor sites may be blocked and/or damaged from a virus. The effect of transfer factors on the immune system could help the symptoms in this situation. With either type of diabetes, the danger of infections in the outer extremities is a major concern. An alert and modulated immune system will be beneficial in controlling these infections. Transfer factors are 500% more effective in modulating the immune system than any other nutrient recorded in medical literature.
There is another condition, referred to as syndrome X (magnesium deficiency), where fluids are separated from white blood cells, producing Type II symptoms. In this case, Fibro AMJ™ (daytime formula) has a positive effect on restoring a magnesium balance.
Exercise, both aerobic and light weight lifting, have been found to assist in resensitizing the muscles to insulin, which is a key factor in Type II diabetes.
I have suffered from diabetes for 24 years. Recently i also had to endure skin disease, which continued even after my foot amputation. I have seen many doctors, taken all sorts of medicine, but I did not get any better. The wounds were getting worse. One day, my nurse's friend introduced Transfer Factor to me. Initially I did not quite believe in the product, but the friend insisted that I should give ti a try. Three days after consuming the product, I could feel tremendous improvement. Therefor, I bought six bottles at once. After two months on the product, all my woulds healed. I really believe in the effect8iveness of Transfer Factor now. I am consuming Transfer Factor Advanced. I take 4 capsules a day, 2 capsules in the day and 2 capsules at night. I also apply 2 capsules of the same product onto my would. The pain in my leg is gone and I am becoming very healthy now and have even gained some weight too. The ugly black spots that used to be on my body have also disappeared. These are the remarkable results in 10 weeks (see pictures).
Gan Eng Kiam, 54 years old, Male, Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia.
I have suffered from diabetes since I was 18. My diabetes was so serous, that needed to inject insulin twice a day. When I was 24, I got tuberculosis. I have spent a lot of money on treatment and medication because of these 2 illnesses. I had to make frequent trips to hospitals just to get medication. Then, I met with an accident, broke my leg and sustained a deep would on my leg. My diabetes made it difficult for the wound to heal. Shortly after, in April 2005, I got to know about Transfer Factor and started to take Transfer Factor, Transfer Factor Plus, Glucoach and Riovida. I also applied Transfer Factor to my wound. Three months after taking Transfer Factor, my health improved tremendously and the wound also started to heal. In the 4th month of taking Transfer Factor, I stopped injecting insulin, and relied only on Transfer Factor. Now, I am becoming much healthier. I would like to advise people with similar health challenges to consume Transfer Factor as soon as possible; it will be able to improve your health! These are the remarkable results in 4 weeks (see pictures).
Suhaila Binti Samsudin, 28 years old, Female, Klang, Selangor, Malaysia.
My first cousin has had [diabetes] for 62 years...Her foot doctor, who is an advocate of Transfer Factor™, had her call me and get Transfer Factor™...They thought she was going to lose a foot and she mega-dosed on Transfer Factor™ for two weeks...She lost a toe, not an entire foot.
Mark Blatstein, director, Juvenile Diabetes Foundation
I have a daughter who is diabetic...Today we went to see her endocrinologist and her hemoglobin report was in the fantastic range, and I know it is because of her taking Transfer Factor™...We are very strong believers in Transfer Factor™.
Donna Wilkinson, TX
I think a product like Transfer Factor™ needs to be at the root of any prevention program, particularly in the compromised patients, for example, the diabetics...with an increased risk of diabetic amputation, with wounds, and all of the things that we see...We need to have products like Transfer Factor™ at the core of preventative medical programs...We need to get this to the general public. They are at risk also with this expanding epidemic of diabetes.
Dr. Neal Donohu, Director of Surgery, President of World Walk Foundation
I have had diabetes for 38 of my 49 years and I've had kidney disease since 1986. In August of 1999, I went for my quarterly blood test for my kidneys. The physician called me after the test was taken and said, 'Not only are your kidneys functioning well, after fourteen years, their function has improved dramatically.' My BUN (blood urea nitrogen) was near normal after fourteen years of it being almost twice as high as it should be because my kidneys weren't filtering well. The only supplemental change in my life was Transfer Factor. Only once in my life did I endorse a product. I've been on an insulin pump for seven years, and I've allowed my name, face, and testimony to be used nationally. This is the second time, and it took a lot to convince me. Not only did it reverse my kidney disease, but this is the first year in sixteen years that I haven't gotten a flu shot or gotten the flu or bronchitis."
Marc H. Blatstein Former President of the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation, Philadelphia Chapter.
My husband Nelson was diagnosed with diabetes in January of this year. When Nelson went to the doctor his blood sugar count was 450 within 3 months we had it back down to 110. The doctor’s office even called our house in astonishment about how quickly things had gotten back to normal. Especially since in monitoring Nelson every week the doctor was concerned that the medication he had given Nelson was not working properly. That is when we added transfer factors. Within 3 days Nelsons levels started to drop. Also with diabetes comes certain skin disease, one of which is psoriasis. Nelson has had it very severely on his head that he was embarrassed when he was out due to flakes or getting his hair cut because it looked so awful. It would itch so badly that in his sleep he would scratch his head to the point of bleeding. Then 4-Life came out with TF Spray with colloidal silver. We started spraying that on his head every night. Not only has the severe itching gone away but his head is clearing up and the psoriasis is going away. We are both very grateful to this company for the products they have come out with that help us have a much better quality of life.
Mark’s cousin has had diabetes fro 62 years. Her foot doctor who is an advocate of TF had her call me and get TF. They thought she was going to lose a foot so she mega-dosed on TF fro 2 weeks. She has lost only a toe not the entire foot.
I was admitted to Tenet Parkview Hospital on April 12, 2001, with a diagnosis of diabetic Charcot neuroarthropathy. Both of my ankles had undergone a crippling disease process. I had numerous bony deformities, and was given the option of amputation, but elected to have extensive reconstructive procedures performed on both of my ankles. Being an insulin-dependent diabetic for greater than 45 years, I was thought to be at risk for delayed healing and infection. I was taking enhanced transfer factors and had no previous problem with infection or poor wound healing. I required numerous fusions with internal fixation to stable my feet in neutral position. This was performed in order to allow me the ability to walk. At the time of my first post-operative cast change in 10 days, I showed no signs of wound infection or wound dehiscence. I exhibited mild swelling only. Serial radiographs were taken and revealed fusion of my ankle joints in just seven weeks. This is considered excellent for a "normal" patient, who is not diabetic! All of my fusion sites and incisions healed beautifully without any wound or bony complications. I was extremely surprised by my ability to heal. I believe that it was the enhanced transfer factors that gave my body the ability to heal in a "normal fashion." I was hospitalized until July 27, 2001, at which time I was discharged back to my home in California. I ambulated out of the hospital on my own power and my limbs were saved.
Mrs Lyons was admitted to the hospital Apr 2001 with diabetic Charcot Neuroarthropathy. Both ankles were affected with numerous bony deformities. She was given the option of amputation but elected to have extensive reconstructive surgery. Being an insulin dependent diabetic she was at risk for delayed healing and infection. Mrs Lyon told me she was taking TF+. Previously she had had a problem with infection and poor wound healing. After surgery Mrs. Lyon showed no signs of infection and only mild swelling. All her fusions sites healed beautifully without complications. I was extremely surprised by Mrs. Lyons’ ability to heal. I consider this a mild miracle but Mrs. Lyons insists it was TF+.
Larry Goss DPM.FACFAS, PA.
Glen is a diabetic and states that he has been taking insulin for 55 years. He would take 2-3 insulin injections a day. 8-10 months ago he started having problems in the muscles in his legs. The pain gradually worsened and he used a cane and then a wheelchair. The paramedics were at his home once or twice a week to help because of insulin reactions. He started using TF+ and no longer uses the wheelchair or the cane and the medic visits have stopped. He states that this is the best that he has ever felt and is amazed at the loving kindness and help form everyone.
DIABETES, TYPE 2
My father, who has Type 2 diabetes, on insulin has been on TF+ for 30 days now. His blood sugar levels have dropped to the point that he has (for the second day now) eliminated his insulin shots and his blood sugar levels have remained consistent (about 150 or so) Hooray! He is so excited! My mother in law, who is Type 2 also, but not on insulin experienced a rapid decrease in her blood sugar levels after 1 day on TF+. After 4 days she was down as low as 99. She ran out of TF+, and went without for 5 days, and her sugar levels went back up to low 200's. She is also very excited at the results! 2 down and 4 more Diabetics (in the family) to go!
I have a patient with juvenile diabetes who has done very well with TF. She takes twice the recommended dose and built up to that level slowly watching her blood sugar levels carefully. She had reduced her insulin by 60 to 70 % since starting TF one year ago. She also has had on infections which led to much better control of her blood sugars.
David M MD, ME.
Diabetic ulcer on foot for 14 years, foot purple, tight bandage, cleaned every 2nd day. Introduced TF+ and TF renewal. TF+ 4 a day and TF Renewal topically. New tissue has grown over the hole in the foot and he can walk. Foot is no longer purple, This response has taken 5 months. He is a walking miracle.
Deborah (Immunologist), Australia.
Mary Ann age 45 has diabetes and was taking 500mg of Glucophage. She had cancer 3 years ago and is taking Tamoxifen. May Ann developed blisters and then ulcers on her foot 11/2 years ago. She was treated by the doctor with several different antibiotics but the wounds did not heal. After several months she was referred to the wound centre. She has been going there three times a week and they have taught her how to clean the wounds at home to help stop infection. When infection does occur they must scrape or cut away tissue and clean out the infection. At that time Mary Ann decided to try Transfer Factor. She took 8 capsules a day and sprinkled TF in the wounds. Five days after starting on TF she went to the wound centre and they thought they detected an infection in one of the wounds. So she went to the hospital and they cut tissue away and when they got to what they thought was an infection pocket it was just water. In just 16 days two of the wounds were almost healed and the third (the one she had surgery on was filling in with healthy pink flesh). These are the remarkable results in less than 4 weeks (see pictures).
Mary Ann, Texas.