CP and diabetes questions...

Hi there,

I have some simple and quick questions. 

I'll be very grateful to all those who offer replies.

(1) Does CP thrive in a sugar-rich, acid environment like Chlamydia trachomatis ?

(2) Has anyone studied blood sugar levels and CP suffers ?

(3) Has anyone studied blood pH and CP ?

(4) Has anyone studied the effect of ketosis and CP ?

(5) Is there an association between CP and diabetes  (or pre-diabetes) ?

Thanks for your help :-)

lucidity

Hi Luidity, I can answer no.5 for you.  I had my genome done, and found that I have a cluster of autoimmune defects that may cause several diseasesi apart from MSi, and that includes type I and type 2 diabetes.  My brother, who also has MS, suffers from type 2 diabetes.  Irene

Thanks Irene :)

Hi!

I don’t know whether any research has ever been done into whether Chlamydia pneumonia thrives in a sugar-rich, acid environment.  If they do like a sugar-rich environment, I could not be more welcoming (as you will read below).

Tongue Out

As for the sugar levels on CPni sufferers, I suspect that you mean the blood glucose levels. In non-diabetic folk that should normally return to about a similar level (about 4.8 to 5.6).

I have a PH (acid scale) meter tucked away on my shelf but I think it’s for testing water though. I thought that human blood was normally always about the same anyway – as with glucose – it’s all homeostaticly controlled.

I don’t know anything at all about ketosis, so I can’t comment.

Your last question would need large amounts of data to be mined across populations. As they rarely seem to check for CPn, I think it’d be some time before any such link was discovered.

Now, let me just state a few things about me. I have MSi (that’s for certain). I cannot be absolutely certain that I have a CPn infection or whether that plays any part in my illness(es). I am taking anti-chlamydial drugs in order to empirically treat a suspected CPn infection. I have no actual lab tests that prove that I have that infection. We have no outright proof that CPn causes MS … but if you’ve got MS and you suspect it’s being caused by troublesome lodgers, you’ll not hesitate to send in the heavies to get them out (guilty or not).

Soon after I came down with stark MS symptoms, I developed type ll diabetes.

Years ago – even from a small child – people used to tell me that I’d get sugar diabetes. Later, I used to retort that the cause of diabetes was not known: so there! So then I carried on taking 6 or 7 sugars in a huge mug of tea. Today, I rarely have sugar in my tea at home: I use honey.

Yes, maybe CPn love me (I am just so sweet!).

Smile

G

“Don't believe everything you read on the internet.”

―    Abraham Lincoln<

thanks supaguy :-)

apparently it also implicated in diabetes....i have type 2 now,,,just started treatment 1 week ago but let you know if it does or not hopefully soon once i get better,,,a nasty little clever alien that one hey

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apparently it also implicated in diabetes....i have type 2 now,,,just started treatment 1 week ago but let you know if it does or not hopefully soon once i get better,,,a nasty little clever alien that one hey

There's increasing evidence that diabetes (T2D) and Alzheimer's have a common cause, or .. are the same disease. Alzheimer's is now referred to as Type 3 Diabetes (T3D) by many clinicians.

See here:  http://www.longecity.org/forum/topic/79343-the-cause-of-alzheimers-glyco...<

The bad news is:  You are probably at the start of a path that leads to dementiai.

The good news is: Your diabetes diagnosis is an early warning of dementia, so... you can halt it now with lifestyle and dietary changes.

You can stop this by going vegan/vegetarian, eating raw food and minimising your consumption of glycotoxins.

good luck

lucidity

thank you lucidity for the above,,,,,so i have something to look forward to then ah,,lol,,Smile

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