What is diabetes 1.5, and what can you do about it? Here’s what you need to know.


0:00 What is diabetes 1.5?
0:30 Diabetes type 1 vs. type 2 vs. type 1.5
1:31 What causes diabetes 1.5?
2:33 Symptoms of diabetes 1.5
3:59 How to know if you have diabetes 1.5
5:02 Tips for diabetes 1.5
7:27 Keto recipe channel promo

In this video, we’re going to talk about diabetes 1.5. What is diabetes 1.5? This is a combination of type 1 diabetes and type 2 diabetes.

Diabetes type 1 is the destruction of the beta cells. These are the cells in the pancreas that create insulin. Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune disease. The body’s own antibodies attack the cells that create insulin. In turn, you have to take insulin.

Type 2 diabetes is the problem not with insulin production, but the body’s ability to use insulin. Your receptors no longer use insulin efficiently because they’ve become resistant to insulin.

Diabetes 1.5 is when you have a problem with both creating insulin and your cell’s ability to receive insulin—it’s like double diabetes.

This condition is happening more and more in children.

In my opinion, this is not a problem with diet; it’s a problem with vaccinations. A child gets about 80 vaccinations. This creates a lot of inflammation from repeated stimulation of the immune system. Then, you have cortisol that comes in that is an anti-inflammatory. If there’s not enough cortisol, there’s still going to be enough inflammation to create damage in the cells of the pancreas.

You didn’t see this problem back in the early 90s or 80s. It’s after all of these vaccinations were introduced.

Symptoms of diabetes 1.5 include:
• Frequent urination
• Excessive thirst
• Weight loss
• Blurred vision
• Nerve damage (tingling and numbness in limbs)
• Vision problems

To know if you have diabetes, you need to have a test done.

In my practice, I would see people start out with type 2 diabetes and then progress to type 1.5 diabetes.

Here are some tips for dealing with diabetes 1.5:

1. Eat foods high in nutrients—especially phytonutrients

2. Increase your vitamin D

3. Increase zinc

4. Increase vitamin B1

5. Use nicotinamide

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