Fierce Pharma posted a fascinating article about how Platypus venom can help treat Diabetes. "Australian scientists have found a potential new angle for diabetes treatment in the unlikeliest of places: the venom of the platypus and the echidna. These animals produce a stable version of the hormone glucagon-like peptide-1, which could lead to a longer-lasting version of the hormone for people with Type 2 diabetes." - Amirah Al Idrus
Well this is the quite the interesting read. We are definitely living in the future now. It will be fascinating to see how this plays out in the end. In the mean time if that form of medicine seems a little too far fetch, there is always Lodonal to fall back on to. Lodonal (LDN) has helped a plethora of people treat their diabetes. According to the LDN Book, "Most, if not all patient who suffer from depression, obesity, diabetes, insulin resistance premenstrual syndrome (PMS), chronic dieting stress, chronic fatigue syndrome, and fibromyalgia have immune dysfuction that results in low tissue levels of thyroid hormone.
A large number of studies are proving that LDN can effectively reduce abnormal inflammation and cytokine production and effectively normalize immune abnormalities. As expected as a result of such effects, LDN is showing ability to improve the transport of thyroid hormones into the cells, increase T4 to T3 conversion and reduce T4 to reverse T3 conversion. LDN can be beneficial in the treat of not only autoimmune diseases, but also Diabetes, depression insulin resistance, obesity, anxiety, neurodegenerative diseases, chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, hypercholesterolemia, and other chronic illnesses.