Sulfonylurea and glinide reduce insulin content, functional expression of K ATP channels, and accelerate apoptotic beta-cell death in the chronic phase
Wow. The biggest fear in most diabetics is the need to go on insulin. I can honestly say that, without exception, I have yet to see a diabetic follow mainstream medicine’s protocols and get better. For all, it is a slow downward spiral of worsening glucose control ending up with insulin use or death from heart disease. Not a pretty picture, huh? If the outcome is not sickening enough, picture this–2 classes of commonly used drugs for diabetes kill off the very cells that make insulin in the pancreas. Read that last line again. That means that if you stay on your medication, it is likely to produce the very outcome most diabetics are trying desperately to avoid.