Muscle Mass Loss =Sets Up Diabetes

Yearly Loss Of Muscle Mass After 30 Sets Up “No Place To Dump” Massive Sugar Peaks, High Insulin Turns Some Muscle Cells To Fat Cells, Compounding Problem.

Your Capacity To Dispose Of Unnatural Blood Sugar Flood In Muscles Mass No Longer Adequate.

You Became A “Diabetic Person” DROWNING In High Blood Sugar.

Medications Only Try To Slow It Down and LITERALLY Force Muscles To Absorb More, Having Body Manufacturing Dangerous Higher Insulin.

Becomes Less And Less Effective and MUST Be ESCALATED.

Understand, Only Solution That Works Is Going to What Your Body Was Made To Handle, Now Minus Damage. Restrictions.

The Concept Of Your Building Insulin Resistance And Developing Diabetes May BE A LIE!

1% Annual Loss of Muscle Mass After 30, High Sugar Not Enough Place To Go= Higher Insulin=Results In Some Muscle Turned to Fat. Compounds High Sugar Disposal Problem.

Now Your Cells Drown In Surplus “Nowhere To Go” Blood Sugar

 


 

See Why Insulin Shortage Or Insulin Resistance Where Never the Problem.

However, your body has a built in protection system that kept you from drowning in high blood sugar for 30 years.

It produced high insulin that forced your muscular system shown in the to Age 30 drawing to act as a high level sugar dump.

From thirty on muscle mass started shrinking and in the next five years
(drawing 35 yrs old.) there started to be not enough muscle mass to dump it all and the extra high insulin (the bodies ONLY fat making hormone) turned a few muscle cells to Fat Cells that also would not be available to dump sugar.

Now each year after 30 you lost muscle mass, (now 1% per year, blue area) and converted many muscle cells to fat cells, Left end of bar, “FAT”, there accelerating the loss of area and ability to store sugar peaks.

This is actually a drawing that illustrates my diabetes and its progression though I id not realize it at the time.

As you will notice, every five year illustration shows I was loosing muscle mass and turning more and more cells into fat cells that will no longer absorb sugar.

You will likely note in the graphic that by 65 my muscle mass was getting very very small and it appears to me with symptoms I recall that I had that far back, i actually likely had diabetes 12 years before diagnosed.

If you look at this drawing you will realize how diabetes and obesity are tied together.

They are products of the same thing. Sugar Peaks your body could no longer handle, resulting in your body producing high insulin levels to force sugar acceptance, turning muscle cells into fat cells.

Every muscle cell turned into a fat cell was one less place for your excess sugar peaks to be disposed of temporarily.

You can see by the 70 age range, there was no place for sugar peaks to go. My muscle mass base was down to little storage room for anything.

In the next five years, (after 3 months on medication,) my research indicated my getting the 15 years life expectancy back (they told me I lost when diagnosed and put on diabetic medical care,) would only happen if I took charge of my own Diabetic care.

The next year, on an ancestors diet (what my ancestors ate.) I lost 65 lbs, so I regained considerable muscle converted back muscle mass from fat cells.

Same time losing another 5% of muscle mass to shrinkage. (1% per year)

The “Target Action Bar Includes Action I Intend to Take by 85, with Strength Training to Gain New Muscle Mass, same time hoping to lose the remaining fructose liver and and other organs fat. (beer belly etc)

This with continued effort of strength training, (developing new muscle) will give me the muscle mass I need to handle everything normally till age 100..

Please be reminded that Exercise and Strength training have entirely different roles and are two entirely different things.

No amount of exercise will retain your muscle mass, it goes, exercised or not.

Strength Training Develops all new muscle you never had before. (certain requirements)

Now, if you understood unnatural high “refined sugar” peaks, were a body problem but had, til now, managed to dispose of them, safely. Up until your surplus sugar disposal dump had shrunk, (muscle mass) and was no longer big enough to absorb these sugar peaks, you were now as a result drowning in high blood sugar every time you exceeded and had a sugar peak.

Now you should understand what your diabetes is and why you have it now.

You should also have gained an understanding from these two pages why you have to compensate for the increasing problem of inability to handle high sugar, peaks as you age.

Note: Diagrams are not scientifically accurate, but are approximations with editorial liberties taken to illustrate with visual comparisons.