How does Immuno Stem Cell Therapy treat Type 2 Diabetes?

Immuno stem cell therapy specifically helps the pancreas in regards to type 2 diabetes. Type 2 diabetes creates a situation in your pancreas gland where anti-bodies are attacking it. Immuno stem cell therapy creates anti-antibodies that fight off these antibodies that are attacking the pancreas and causing it to function incorrectly.

What is a Pancreas?

The pancreas is a long, soft organ that lies transversely along the posterior abdominal wall, posterior to the stomach, and extends from the region of the duodenum to the spleen. This gland has two major tissue types:

1.an exocrine portion (acini) that secretes digestive enzymes that are carried through a duct to the duodenum
2.an endocrine portion (islets of Langerhans) which consists of the pancreatic islets that secrete glucagons and insulin

Endocrine tissue contains alpha, beta, and delta cells. Alpha cells in the pancreatic islets secrete the hormone glucagons in response to a low concentration of glucose in the blood. Beta cells secrete the hormone insulin in response to a high concentration of glucose in the blood. Delta cells secrete the hormone somatostatin, which inhibits insulin and glucagon secretion.

Pancreas
How Does the Pancreas Relate to Diabetes?

Simply put, diabetes is the result of a deficiency of insulin, which is found in the endocrine tissue of the pancreas. In people with type 2 diabetes, the pancreas produces insulin but the body is not able to use it. Muscle, fat, and liver cells do not respond to insulin properly. This is a condition known as insulin resistance. People with insulin resistance need more insulin to help glucose enter the cells. The pancreas tries to keep up with the increased demand for insulin, but eventually fails to produce enough to do so. This causes excess glucose to build up in the bloodstream. Over time, the effects of repeated high blood glucose levels will damage beta cells, further reducing the ability of the pancreas to produce insulin.

 

How do I take Immuno Stem Cell Therapy for Diabetes?

You start by having 5ml of blood drawn and then injected into the immuno stem cell solution. You mix it gently then place it in the refrigerator for 24 hours. You then inject 1ml daily of the solution.

Does Immuno Stem Cell Therapy effect my current diabetes medicine?

Immuno Stem cell therapy will not interfere or negatively effect your current diabetes medications or any other medications as it uses your own blood to create the solution. We generally find that patients can stop taking their diabetes medications after 2 months of immuno stem cell therapy as the symptoms of the type 2 diabetes have stopped.

We continue to monitor patients blood sugar levels to determine when they can stop taking their type 2 diabetes medications. We have found that 180 – 250 blood sugar levels are normal for clients coming to us with type 2 diabetes. We wait until levels have stabilized under 130 to then have the patient cut their diabetes medication usage in half. Then when blood sugar levels stabilize under 70 we cut the medications all together. This typically takes 2 months to happen, but has happened much sooner for many patients.

How long must I maintain Immuno Stem Cell Therapy Treatment?

For immuno stem cell therapy to keep your diabetes away we advise a treatment of 12 months. This is then followed up with 1 bottle of immuno stem cell therapy administered every 6 months thereafter. Your immune system needs the full 12 months to be trained to work properly again and the 6 month follow up bottles will keep that immune system memory which will keep your diabetes away. A 12 month therapy consists of 6 bottles of immuno stem cell therapy solution. The continuing treatment of 1 bottle taken every 6 months can be compared to re-charging a battery to make sure everything keeps workinig properly.

What if Immuno Stem Cell Therapy Treatment doesn’t work?

If the immuno stem cell therapy is taken properly for 12 months and you still have type 2 diabetes symptoms then this means there is a genetic problem or your pancrease is injured. You will then need to consult with a gene therapist if this is the case.

Schedule a free consultation to learn more about our treatment by emailinginfo@vallartaclinic.com or Call (424) 253-0165