Pulsing Insulin to the Liver
Within only 4 seconds the liver is receiving the proper oscillations typically sent by the pancreas. It is this intravenous delivery that is so important.
At this point, the liver activates to once again produce those dozens of enzymes cells need.
This affects every cell in the body, which means cells can begin to function as they should. This is what brings the results the is relieving so many diabetic suffers today.
Not Just Any Insulin Pump
The standard insulin pump is only delivering insulin under the skin. That takes too much time for insulin to reach the liver and stimulate any sort of metabolic reaction. The concentration of insulin the liver needs is lost as well as the oscillation delivery so critical to the process.
It isn’t able to simulate the pancreas activity of a normal insulin process.
Diabetics have a disruption of insulin delivery
Most people with diabetes, whether type 1 or type 2, have a breakdown of the pancreas sending insulin bursts to the liver. This means, they are not getting the enzymes the liver would normally send out to the cells for that essential ATP energy cycle needed for cellular activity, including healing.