[Preview] Why Many People with Heart Disease Simply Have Undiagnosed Type 2 Diabetes

[Preview] Why Many People with Heart Disease Simply Have Undiagnosed Type 2 Diabetes


Kraft said many years ago, “Those of cardiovascular disease
not identified with diabetes… are simply undiagnosed.” And that’s a powerful statement. Not all cardiac disease is
this hyperinsulinemia problem, but so much is, it should be
the primary focus as opposed to cholesterol. And I’ll bring a little bit of a validation
of Kraft’s view of the world. So this study was done in Europe. He had 4004 cardiac patients
from ages 18 to 80 across 24 countries. And that’s a fantastic selection
of cardiovascular patients. But what they did is they knew diabetes
drove heart disease like nothing else, so they removed all the diabetics first
and looked at 4004 non-diabetics to see what was going on with those guys. But what they found
when they actually analyzed their blood was a third of them were diabetic
after removing all the non-diabetics. And when they looked deeper, they saw that another third
were high risk for diabetes, which is diabetic right? So 2/3 of the non-diabetic
heart disease victims across the huge age range
in all the countries were diabetic. And I would guess the remaining 34%
not many would pass a Kraft test.

3 thoughts on “[Preview] Why Many People with Heart Disease Simply Have Undiagnosed Type 2 Diabetes

  1. Not all heart diseases is caused by hyperinsulinemia. Those that affect your heart's muscle, valves or rhythm may not be related to hyperinsulinemia. But cardiovascular disease and hyperinsulinemia go hand in hand. Big paradigm shift from the propaganda fed to us by the hormone destroying vegan cult.

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