Diabetes is a chronic metabolic disease caused by insulin deficiency or inadequate functioning thereof. It is characterized by increased insulin levels in the bloodstream. Insulin is a hormone produced by the pancreas which participates in regulating all metabolic processes in the human body. A proper amount of insulin is necessary for the glucose to act as a source of energy.

Diabetes type 1, also called insulin-dependent or juvenile diabetes, is caused by a complete lack of insulin. It is genetically determined and results in immune system disorders and the resulting damage to pancreatic beta cells responsible for insulin production.

Diabetes type 2, also called non insulin-dependent, is the more common form of diabetes. It occurs when the pancreatic beta cells fail to produce insulin or when certain tissues fail to use it properly. In the initial stage of the disease insulin is produced in excessive amounts, which are however insufficient to satisfy the body’s increased need.

Due to the fact that both diabetes type 1 and type 2 have a genetic background, the risk of suffering from it is considerably higher in family members of diabetes sufferers. The risk of developing diabetes type 2 increases with age, therefore people over 45 years old should control their blood sugar levels at least once a year. Factors such as obesity, hypertension, lack of exercise and sedate lifestyle contribute to development of the disease. Diabetes is also significantly more common in people who suffered from glucose intolerance in the past. Other risk factors include chronic pancreas and liver diseases, high cholesterol levels in the blood, sudden weight loss, weakness, and many more. The most common symptoms of the disease include drowsiness, general weakness, weight loss despite increased hunger, excessive thirst and the resulting increased amounts of urine. Diabetics may also experience blurred vision and frequent, chronic genital infections. In extreme cases their breath may smell of acetone. However, the primary symptom of diabetes is an increased glucose level in the blood. A person is diagnosed with diabetes if the level of glucose in their blood exceeds 126 mg/dl on an empty stomach and 200 mg/dl 2 hours after a meal.


Nef-Ra is 100% natural, therefore it does not interfere with any medications taken by diabetes sufferers. The role of Nef-Ra consists in regenerating pancreatic beta cells responsible for insulin production and therefore supporting the pancreas in fighting the disease. After a period that may take from several months up to a year, sugar levels in the blood go back to normal. Nef-Ra has proved an efficient remedy against diabetes type 1 and 2.



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