Possible cure for Type 2 Diabetes with 2,3DPG and ATP injections.

Frank Pio Russo - December 17, 2014. (REVISED December 19 2014)

Way back in 2005 I wrote a very popular article on diabetes entitled "the Complete Picture in Diabetes", where I suggested 2,3DPG injections as a cure for diabetes... I said 'Hence the answer to diabetes could possibly be a replenishment of the energy batteries through a “2,3DPG” injection'... to my knowledge this has not been tried out!

Perhaps these could also be tried in conjunction with ATP (Adenosine tri-phosphate) injections. The 2,3DPG, (2,3Diphospho-Glycerate), is a very critical compound as it represents the energy clutch of the blood... blood that is stored and resultantly loses some of its 2,3DPG also loses its oxygen carrying capacity! I encourage a study to be carried-out to investigate this possible cure, lest it be construed that there is a pharmaceutical industry conspiracy to make all this money off the back of sick diabetics!

Remember in an ATP deficient individual, it would be easier to go from 2,3DPG to 1,3DPG and thus enhance the generation of an ATP in the process as the 1,3Diphosphoglycerate goes on to become 3Phosphoglycerate...

In conclusion, not being a clinician I am relying on future workers to verify my projected cure and I do hope that there is something substantial there!

Frank Pio Russo.

UPDATE: January 21, 2016.

The foregoing is even more pertinent when one considers the fact that red blood cells do not contain mitochondria - (the organelles that produce ATP) - and are therefore at the mercy and whims of what the blood level is doing!

Frank Pio Russo.



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