Abdullah M. Nasrat
KA University, KSA
Abdullah M Nasrat, Egyptian, born in Sudan in May 10, 1950, graduated from Faculty of Medicine/ Cairo University in 1975, qualified in general and vascular surgery in 1979 in Cairo University Hospitals, works as drug-free therapy consultant and chronic illness-control advisor, especially interested in colon-care/colon-clear and blood-let out cupping therapy, current activity is a research scientist, participated as a speaker in more than 32 international conferences and is having 3 publications.
Aim: Demonstration of the world's burden of diabetes mellitus (DM); it is not mainly on the account of type II diabetes. Background: DM in developing countries has been lately described as the fire when spreads in hay; giving the title "diabetic epidemic" an actual credibility. As much as the precise statistical revision strongly correlates between the prevalence of H. pylori and DM in developing countries, it also reveals that the world’s challenge of diabetes flare up was not as such in these countries before the last two decades; that is before the antibiotic violence against H. pylori. H. pylori could get forced to migrate to the colon where it continues to produce ammonia for a reason or no reason leading to accumulation of profuse toxic amounts of ammonia un-opposed or buffered by any acidity. A condition of biological stress could be initiated which could lead to stress diabetes in predisposed individuals with consequent flare up of the diabetic phenomena. Patients& Methods: 18 cases of newly discovered DM associated with H. pylori were included. Natural measures were used to relief dyspepsia and eradication of H. pylori. Results: The diabetic condition has been successfully and permanently corrected in 17 patients. Conclusion: The concept of biological stress considered in this study is not just hypothetical. In the light of recent findings, a revision of the current guidelines for the management of H. pylori and newly discovered DM may be needed.