Lord, would you help me to find out what you want me to and lead me to it quickly? Please give me alertness and wisdom and understanding. There is so much here today. I truly don’t understand this myself like others do. Will you reveal the answers to me easily and help others to understand too? Thank you Jesus. You died for my sins and raised me up spiritually just like you raised up old Lazarus literally. You are awesome. I can’t wait to live with you forever but I am grateful for the time you are giving me on earth. It’s such a lovely world with lovely people. I thank you for their souls and the many you will redeem back from sin. You are truly amazing!
So today I am just looking into diabetes. Then I am looking into calcium and vitamin D.
Diabetes: The pancreas produces enzymes including lipases and phospholipase A2 (PLA2). This is so stupid. It’s all summed up succinctly on Wikipedia and I know Wikipedia is not scholarly but here’s a general breakdown of PLA2 all in one place. So it’s all in here. Ischemia is a word I’ve needed for a long time – a symptom of PLA2. This is what is affecting my hip and causes me pain.
Diabetes and fat pockets in the liver. Something’s causing the pancreas to not produce enzymes like PLA2 which breaks down lecithin or phosphatidylcholine. What if the body’s receiving enough man-made lysoPC and the pancreas decides it does not need to produce PLA2 to make lysoPC itself? You know, like how breast milk dries up if it’s not needed.
So before reading this whole thing on PLA2 I was searching Calcium and Vitamin D and how they are related. I kept reading in research early on in my studies that calcium was released with sphingo-something and knew that there is some connection with Vitamin D, but it wasn’t until today that I felt the need to look it up. I was trying to remember this: vitamin D helps with the absorption of calcium. My parents taught me that at an early age and I couldn’t remember=frustrating not to remember something you’ve known your whole life. Anyway, this is relevant to the MS crowd because high doses of vitamin D are injected in order to boost the numbers on the blood tests. But why is the vitamin D low? Could it be because the calcium is needed to assist the PLA2 and thus making a deficiency of vitamin D? What about the other vitamins that assist with absorption; are E, K and C low? I don’t know, once I’m in here in the pancreas, it’s kind of overwhelming with all the receptors, and somehow I’m looking at how arachidonic acid is cleaved from “phospholipids after phospholipase C (PLC) cleaves off the inositol trisphosphate group, yielding diacylglycerol (DAG), which subsequently is cleaved by DAG lipase to yield arachidonic acid.” So why is diacylglycerol even an ingredient in our food?
So why am I even looking at all this? Diabetes. How much can the pancreas take before it stops functioning properly? I am wondering if the cause of diabetes is known, and I am looking it up.
I used to cuss a lot before I became a Christian. I find myself nearly writing cuss words in here. I have to restrain myself when I read stuff like this, “In type 1 diabetes, the body no longer makes insulin because the body’s own immune system has attacked and destroyed the cells where insulin is made.” Does anyone recognize that phrase? Anyone who has MS knows all too well. Know my readers know I think that’s a load of crap. Please read here. Then the next explanation is, “The cause of this isn’t entirely clear but it may include genetic risk factors and environmental factors. One theory is that type 1 diabetes may occur after having a specific virus.” Perhaps the environment may be the ansewr. That’s my hunch. If you eat a bunch of chemicals/processed foods, how long before your pancreas stops functioning? Which chemicals in our foods are causing the diabetes? Overwhelmed – there are so many culprits. Perhaps it’s a cumulative effect with several different agents. Maybe it’s medicine as an environmental factor too. Don’t you think someone actually knows that answer? Back to lysoPC. It’s apparent that lysoPC plays a role in the pancreas, then in the liver, in the intestines, and in the nervous system.