Is Radiofrequency Radiation from Wireless Technologies a Risk Factor for Diabetes?

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Research to test for a causal link between diabetic symptoms and EMF

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Is RF/MW a Risk Factor for Diabetes?

From Gerald Goldberg, MD:

Physiological look at balance in the body. Diabetes reflects a
generalized breakdown of connective tissue along with fat and water
accumulation: Guidelines and approaches in restoration.

Excellent article, there is direct evidence that emf effects calcium
uptake into cells and will retard the release of insulin. Lower serum
insulin values thus result. However the role of insulin should be
looked at in consideration of balance that is obtained between organ

Overall if the body is in a positive balance and is maintaining tissue
metabolism and is effective in maintaining repair, that is considered
a anabolic state. If the body is overwhelmed than the process of
repair is prolonged or does not result at all. The organism degrades
and wastes away or ages. Through evolution the body has evolved a
balancing mechanisms to effect repair and maintain the intergrity of
the organism. There is a general balance that is affected by three
of the major systems in the body. These are the spleen-stomach, liver
and kidney. In a positive or anabolic balanced system, the spleen
maintains sugar levels, but also the function of the spleen is to
maintain the integrity of the connective tissue in the body. This
function in spleenic function is more generally acknowledged in
Chinese Medicine, which tends to be more physiologically empirically
based centered on looking at energy balance and integration than
western medicine which is more anatomically and structurally based
and lacks some of the fundamental insights that Chinese physicians
have used for so many centuries. Western medicine has the capacity to
validate these viewpoints but its interests may lie elsewhere.

The connective tissue is the elastic mesh like tissue which provides
support for all major organ systems in the body. Much like in a house
where the framing provides structure for shape and also allowing
electrical and fluid conductance(plumbing) through a house, the
connective tissue provides the elastic framework for all body organs,
in the brain this is the blood brain barrier, but in other organs it
provides the support of muscles, ie tendons and ligaments, In the
lungs the elastic cmponent of the lungs, the mucosal layer of the
respiratory tract and liver, the linings of the lungs, heart and
abdominal organs. Through this system flows the nervous, lymphatic and
vascular supply to most organs. The process of processing sugars
involves the liver and kidneys. If the spleen/pancreas is overwhelmed
than several things happen. The liver is a pivotal site in handling
the storage of sugars, but is more involved in handing the overall
pattern of storage of oils in the body. If too much sugar is
presented, insulin levels drops. Fat storage is favored over fat
excretion. Thus the liver is converts as much of the excess sugar as
possible into fats and glycerides. However if the connective tissue
starts to favor that is if the person is immune suppressedd or has
prediabetes, than the liver makes a contribution to support the
connective tissue where weakened, by laying down adipose tissue in
those tissues that are weakened. In a catabolic or breakdown
situation the liver will tend to try to hold onto fat and store it to
produce the most positive effect on connective tissue breaking down
and to counter the decrease in metabolism. Thus individuals with
boerderline diabetes or for that matterr who have reaceived continous
low level exposure of radiation will attempt to store fat in tissues
that are breaking down but at the same time need support, and also the
preservation of body temperature. Thus ones sees the signs in truncal
obesity, or periperhal obesity either of the upper and lower
extremities with the onset of a prediabectic syndrome, along with
elevated cholesterol and triglycerides. Also a weakened immune
system, along with a weakened connective tissue system will show the
ravages which reflect decreased energy conductance=CHI, also in
decreased tone in the body. Often the kidneys are compromised or
weakened and will attempt to hold onto fluid in this imbalance. Thus
one can expect to see an overall decreased fluid balance in the
vasculature, with spasm of the blood vessels, reflected in high blood
pressure, along with increased fluid retention in the peripheral
spaces=edema. If this is severe enough one can go on to a condition
of congestive heart failure. However what is commonly missed is that
the underlying problem is a reflection of a weakness in the overall
connective tissue which cannot be maintained by the spleen-stomach
axis and the contribution of a weakened kidney system which than
counterrelugates by holding onto water and salt. In either case the
syndromes of either increased fluid retention with tissue wasting and
or increased adiposity along with tissue wasting point to an impaired
and weakened stomach-spleen axis along with a weakened immune system.
The spleen stomach axis needs to be strenthened. This can be
accomplished by dietary means and the use of products which feed the
spleen kidney which is more akin to Chinese medicine and viewpoints.
At the same time one should address the imbalances and feed or nourish
the kidneys weakened or liver or both.

Diabetes per say just reflects the tip of the iceberg. It is more
important to see how the organ systems of the body cooperate to
maintain health and what early signs of an imbalance would be. Western
clinical medicine does not provide this approach.

Based on the integrative and life supporting roles of the systems of
the body if the connective tissue breaks down or cannot repair itself
one will evidence also the accumulation of fat and the retention of
water. These are general guidelines of how the body is attempting to
correct a problem and at the same time hold onto needed resources. The
elimination of symptoms without correcting the underlying issues of
the body in attempting to maintain balance will only aggravate the

Gerald Goldberg, MD

Author: "Would you put your head in a microwave oven"
"To Bee or not To Bee"

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