The Science Behind
Diabetes Metabolic Restorative Therapy
(DMRT)

 
 
Science of Diabetes Complications

New quality of life for diabetics

Diabetes Metabolic Restorative Therapy is grounded in the research of brilliant scientific researchers. From Japan to Europe, these scientists have dared to go beyond the conventions of pharmaceuticals.  

With the widespread increase in diabetes, finding answers for the complications of diabetes towards a better quality of life is critical.   

 
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DMRT
is a “ Micro Insulin Infusion”
that simulates the insulin
circulation of a normal person.  

When a healthy person eats carbohydrates and sugars, the pancreas sends tiny bursts of insulin to the liver. 

The purpose of insulin is to help the liver produce 33 different enzymes.  It’s these enzymes that cells need to breakdown and metabolize the carbs and sugars.

For most of us, this is the process we were born with, but has now broken down in Diabetes.

You can imagine – without proper insulin – and especially the delivery of insulin – the entire process of digesting sugars is disturbed.

DMRT uses a specially designed pump. 

It can mimic the actions of the pancreas that sends these essential insulin bursts to the liver. 

Now the mitochondria can produce that vital adenosine triphosphate, ATP, of cell energy. 

 

Fats are a significant energy source for the body. 

But, fats have limitations that are important to note.  Fats require a much higher level of extra oxygen in the conversion to energy process.  This is inefficient and can be a strain on the body.

10 Times more Fuel

Sugars / carbohydrates are the raw material for up to ten times more ATP; the cell energy source, than fats.   To move from sugars to energy by the cell requires the metabolic process of the mitochondria. 

Just the presence of insulin in the blood or tissue is not enough.

High Blood Sugar – too much insulin in the blood, signals that sugars are not being utilized by the cells. 

This eventually leads to the complications diabetics too often have;  nerve, heart, vision, limb, and blood pressure damage to name a few.  Genetic predisposition is often responsible for where the body is most susceptible to damage from cellular metabolic breakdown.

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Energy from Sugars vs. Fats

 
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The MII pump used here at the Diabetes Renewal Center pulses insulin intravenously. 

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.