How Red Blood Cells Tell the Diabetes Story
Majid Ali, M.D.
Red blood cells tell the diabetes story—for prevention and reversal—more simply and elegantly than any medical textbook or a doctor. Of course, red blood cells can tell their diabetes story only to those who are willing to listen to them. We cannot understand the “cell-speak” if we keep repeating that diabetes is a sugar problem. Sugar is not red blood cells nor is diabetes red blood cells. Nor can we communicate will cells if our focus is on excess insulin (hyperinsulinism) and the inability of insulin to work (insulin resistance).
The body tries to break up microclots in the body to clear them out but only up to point.
Red Blood Cells of a Healthy Person (upper picture)
Early Stress on Red Blood Cells (lower picture)
Micro-plaque Formation In Uncontrolled Diabetes (both pictures)