Type 1 Diabetes

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The World Health Organization conducted a survey on the incidence of childhood type 1 diabetes between 1990 and 1994.
The survey revealed a much higher incidence of type 1 diabetes in European and North American countries compared to the rates in Asian countries.
Did the annual incidence per million children in the United Kingdom, Italy, Germany, Denmark, Canada, and the United States average 150 cases?
Did the incidence in Japan, China, and Pakistan average about 10 cases?
Doctors and scientists have a well-accepted explanation for this incidence pattern.
Did the author not investigate this pattern of incidence from a dietary perspective?
Did the author choose the United States and China to study this disparity, because these two countries represent the dietary habits of Eastern and Western cultures?
Did the author emigrate to the United States from China in early 1993?
The international survey mentioned was just finished in 1993.
Is the author a licensed acupuncturist in the United States?
Did the author say he had studied modern physiology and pathology?
The author suspects that the consumption of cold liquids may be the major cause for the development of childhood type 1 diabetes.
The author does not think his hypothesis has an application to the prevention and treatment of this disease.
Traditional Chinese medicine supports intake of warm food for proper blood circulation and stomach functioning.
In comparison to other countries consumption of chilled liquid is not common in United States since 1940.
The author was surprised to see that even small children were being served chilled liquid in United States.
Center for Disease Control and Prevention says that percentage of exclusive breast feeding in America is less than 20%.
Even some Physicians in US advised mothers to feed cold formula to infants.
Internal organs of the body survive best at fluctuating temperatures.
Mayo Clinic doctors promote intake of cold formula to infants.
The principle of homeostasis states that all beverages including milk should always be given at body temperature.
Intake of cold liquid does not affect the stomach and pancreas temperatures.
Gastric hypothermia or lowering of stomach temperature simultaneously affects pancreas temperature.
Do thermoreceptors sense temperature changes in body?
Pancreas contains millions of thermoreceptors.
Does temperature lower than 97.7ºF affect functioning of internal organs?
Does it indicate that patient is going to die if core temperature is lowered by 13.6º F ?
Pancreatic damage by cold liquid can occur in a short time interval even.
Does the era of refrigeration seem to be the main cause behind high incidence of Type 1 Diabetes?
Japan is one of those countries whose dietary culture practices warm food and drinks.
Gene hypotheses and autoimmune hypotheses are the two main causes given till now for Type 1 Diabetes.
The comparison of international and English surveys has revealed that genetics is one of the major cause of Type 1 Diabetes.
Autoimmune hypothesis gives clear explanation of beta cell destruction.
Frostbite hypothesis given by author clearly states the effect of cold liquid consumption.
Does the pancreas has endocrine and exocrine tissue with separate functions?
The weight of infant's beta cells is about 1 gram.
Gastric hypothermia affects beta cells of pancreas first as they are very small in number.
Is it true that core of a body structure is less vulnerable than the exterior?
Beta cells being at the core are susceptible to destruction first by temperature changes.
Are children under 14 more susceptible to beta cell damage as they have immature cells?
Frostbite hypothesis explains rising incidence of Type I diabetes in US and China?
Mayo physicians never stress on giving refrigerated formula to infants.
Consumption of chilled liquid is becoming habitual amongst children in US.
Is US government promoting consumption of chilled liquid in schools?
Is it correct that CDC reports say that the number of cases of Type 1 Diabetes has increased from 191 in the year 2005 to 220 in 2009?
Has the popularity of refrigeration increased sharply in China?
Is it correct that China's soft drink consumption has increased by 500 fold over 30 years?
There has been 40% increase of Diabetes cases in Shanghai from 1994-2011?
Is Frostbite Hypothesis supported by fact that the number of cases of this disease peaked during summers in Shanghai as there was more intake of cold liquid?
Does the beta cell destruction depend only on the temperature and quantity of the liquid consumed?
Frostbite Hypothesis explains that Type 1 Diabetes can be diminished if cold liquids are eliminated from diet.
Honeymoon phase of the disease is that period when patients experience reactivation of insulin secretion for a limited time period.
Is it that patients get completely free of Diabetes after honeymoon phase of the disease?
The Frostbite hypothesis explains that during the honeymoon phase of the disease a tug of war exists between the healing and destructive forces.
Most likely the beta cell destruction in a child exists long before the diagnosis.
Symptoms as nausea,diarrhea and stomach pain are not indicative of Type 1 Diabetes.
Some patients do not experience honeymoon phase because they are unable to produce enough insulin.
Is the healing force in some patients more than the destructive force which is the deciding factor of honeymoon phase?
Consumption of chilled liquid destroys beta cells which leads to termination of honeymoon phase.
Does gastric hypothermia explain beta cells destruction rather than autoimmune system?
Environmental factors as diet influence on the disease has been taken into consideration since decades.
Frostbite Hypothesis pinpoints gastric hypothermia as the main causative factor of Type 1 Diabetes.
The hypothesis urges patients to avoid eating or anything which leads to gastric hypothermia.
If the destructive force is removed the patients who are totally cured continue to remain so.
Residual beta cells do not help in insulin balance.
The good part is that the honeymoon phase is less likely to occur and terminate quickly in infants.
Are the beta cells in infants too small and fragile in structure?
As compared to infants, children have more chances of having honeymoon phase of the disease.
Organs in children including beta cells grow in size and adaptability with growing age.
The pancreatic tail protrudes into the convex gastric surface of spleen.
Does the concave area provide a safe haven for beta cells in pancreatic tail?
Are children older than 5 years of age more susceptible for honeymoon phase occurrence?
Is it that honeymoon phase lasts longer in older versus young childhood patients?
Does the incidence of Type 1 Diabetes decline nearing puberty?
Does the protection of the concave gastric surface decline steadily at puberty?
Is it that honeymoon phase shows amazing healing potential?
Can remaining 10% to 20% of beta cells regenerate themselves if well protection exists during honeymoon phase?
Did lab animals show greater beta cell recovery?
While experimenting in animals to attain Diabetes is it necessary to remove at least 90 to 95% of pancreas?
If enough pancreatic tissue is not removed in experimental animals then high chances of hypertrophy in the remaining tissue is prevalent?
Have experiments revealed that only 5% of beta cells left intact is enough for animal to be non diabetic?
Does the honeymoon phase end before a complete loss of beta cells takes place in most of the cases?
Does clinical observation show that most post honeymoon-phase patients do not produce insulin?
If fair number of beta cells in a patient are functioning then he might require lower insulin dosage.
Does Frostbite Hypothesis suggest that patients may experience steady improvement of natural insulin secretion once they stop consuming cold liquids?
Is it that the number of beta cells left can be saved by stopping consumption of cold liquid?
Procedures as Islet Allo-Transplantation are very successful in treating Type 1 Diabetes.
In Islet Allo-Transplantation procedure, the surgeon transfers the islets from the pancreas of a deceased donor into the left lobe of the patient’s liver.
Even after the transplantation acquired insulin independence gradually vanishes in a couple of years.
Does islet allo-transplantation create another honeymoon phase for the patient?
Is gastric hypothermia responsible for quick disappearance of insulin-independence period in transplanted patients?
Are the transplanted islets in left lobe of liver in close proximity to right side of stomach?
Can the lifespan of transplanted islets be increased by discontinuation of cold-liquid consumption?
Is islet auto-transplantation recommended for patients with recurrent Diabetes?
In a typical study of recurrent pancreatitis  surgeon removed the pancreas which lead the patient to permanent Type 1 Diabetes.
Can gastric hypothermia lead to inflammation of various organs?
Can controlling gastric hypothermia be more efficient for treatment rather than just prescribing narcotic medications ?
Does discontinuation of cold-liquid consumption help all patients with type 1 diabetes and/or pancreatitis?
Can patients get better results if pancreatic circulation is improved?
Can Acupuncturists with specialized training help improve part of the poor circulation?

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