Diabetes

THERE ARE APPROXIMATELY TWO MILLION PEOPLE WHO HAVE BEEN DIAGNOSED WITH DIABETES IN THE UK

AND ANOTHER ONE MILLION WHO ARE MOST LIKELY UNDIAGNOSED (NHS, 13/9/07).

The NHS defines diabetes as a chronic disease where there is too much sugar in the blood.
This happens either when the pancreas does not produce enough of the hormone insulin, (diabetes type 1), or when organs cannot extract the glucose they need from the blood stream because the insulin isworking inefficiently, (diabetes type 2.) Insulin is what helps move sugar or glucose out of the bloodstream, like keys opening a door, into cells to make into energy.

Treatment
The common perception is that diabetes is incurable, and that prescribed medicines are essential for treatment.One doctor who has been successful in treating diabetics without the use of drugs is Dr. Tamara Voronina, a Russian-trained endocrinologist, who works with patients who have been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. Her treatment involves mountain air therapy, which uses a specially designed hypoxic breathing machine, to simulate the effects of being several thousand feet above sea level. She discovered how mountain air, which contains less oxygen, creates chemical shifts in the body, producing dramatic beneficial therapeutic results. This treatment conquers the ageing resistance of cell receptors to hormones, particularly to insulin, which givesmore hope to curing diabetes type 2.

Acupuncture, Food Cravings
Dr. Voronina also uses her knowledge of acupuncture, acquired over two decades, as a large part of her therapy for diabetics and overweight patients. The influence of acupuncture on appetite is explained by the fact that it can affect two hormones, glucagon and insulin, which play contrary parts in food cravings and hypoglycemia. Acupuncture helps reduce appetite and relieves stress, helping sugar levels to become steady.

Space Age Science
Trained by the same scientists who worked with UriiGagarin, the firstman in space, Dr. Voronina, is a qualified orthodox doctor, physician and endocrinologist, specialising
in male and female hormonal imbalances. Her rejuvenation programmes and treatments
have been developed over years of research through graduate and post-graduate work in Russia and Ukraine. Her patients are able to benefit from ideas and information accumulated through her years of lecturing, attending conferences and holding discussionswith leading experts in the field.

Cruise and Health in February
Recently, she formed a newcompany, Rejuvenation Cruises Ltd, which arranges for patients to go on a luxury cruise and take advantage of various natural therapies while on board. There are three main programmes available: altitude rejuvenation, lymph-drainage technique and facial rejuvenation.

DR. TAMARA VORONINA, MD
HB HEALTH OF HARLEY STREET
48 HARLEY STREET
LONDON, W1G 7HY
TEL: +44 (0)20 7323 1388
FAX: +44 (0)20 7323 1387
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REJUVENATION CRUISES
12C PORTMAN MANSIONS, CHILTERN STREET
LONDON, W1U 6NU
TEL: +44 (0)20 7935 8416
MOB: +44(0)79 1211 8340
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