Posted by P. Raghavan (Virudhunagar, Tn, India) on 05/20/2016
Diabetes Type II is caused by the probiotic deficiency of L. Casei in the digestive system. It can be cured by Kefir, Probiotic Yogurt containing L.Casei, Mung Bean soaked fermented water, etc. If one became Diabetes II because of an antibiotic treatment, it is possible that the antibiotic treatment might have eliminated not only L. Casei but also some other probiotic strains. There are a number of diseases associated with probiotic deficiencies. Probiotic deficiencies can be identified by counting the number of each probiotic strain per unit volume of stool and comparing them with those of healthy adults. There is an advantage to treat Diabetes II with Kefir over other methods.
If one goes through available research papers on probiotics in the net, some of the diseases associated with probiotic deficiencies are as follows:
1) High Blood Pressure - There are some types of probiotic bacteria that can generate nitric oxide from the foods we eat. These nitric oxide generating bacteria can be classified as follows:
Tier I (Critical) = L. Plantarum.
Tier II (Useful) = L. Rhamnosus and
Nitric oxide generated by these bacteria will join blood stream and will dilate all stiff blood vessels. If one is deficient of these bacteria, high blood pressure problem may develope. Kefir contains all these bacteria to cure high blood pressure. I knew two people who were Diabetes II with high blood pressure problem took kefir routine. They are not diabetes anymore and their blood pressures are normal.
2) Vitamin D3 and B12 Deficiencies - The probiotic strain called ' L. Reuteri ' assist in the conversion of Vitamin D to Vitamin D3 and also helps in the synthesis of Vitamin B12. If a person has probiotic deficiency of L. Reuteri, the person may get Vitamin D3 and B12 deficiencies. These deficiencies may create many health problems like Asthma, Wheezing, Allergy, Muscle pain, Vitiligo, etc. Kefir contains L. Reuteri. Four in my took blood tests about a year ago. Blood tests indicate three out of four in my family(75 %) had Vitamin D3 and B12 deficiencies. One person who escaped from Vitamin D3 and B12 deficiencies never took any antibiotics. I took Kefir to correct this problem and my recent blood tests indicate that I am not Vitamin D3 and B12 deficient. It appears that many popular antibiotics eliminate L. Reuteri in the digestive system causing Vitamin D3 and B12 deficiencies.
3) Heart Disease - The levels of bad cholesterol (LDL), good cholesterol (HDL) and Triglycerides (TG) in our blood are mostly determined by the probiotics and enzymes in our digestive systems. The probiotic strain associated with heart disease are:
Tier I (Critical) = B. Longum
Tier II (Useful) = L. Plantarum, L. casei
and L. Fermentum.
Tier III (Good)
= L. Reuteri and L. Achidophilus.
If these probiotics are deficient, one may get heart disease. These probiotics are in Kefir. These probiotics will try to bring the LDl, HDL and TG to the normal level.
Best Wishes. P. Raghavan.