Diabetes Mellitus


is a syndrome characterized by metabolic disorder, high blood sugar concentration caused by lack of insulin hormone, or low sensitivity of tissues in the body to insulin. Diabetes leads to serious complications or even premature death, but diabetics can take certain steps to control the disease and reduce the risk of complications. These steps are summarized as low weight, movement and the use of drugs and insulin injections

The disease is divided into two types

Diabetes Type I

The first type of diabetes is characterized by the death of insulin-producing beta cells in the pancreas leading to insulin deficiency. The main cause of this loss is the self-immune system, as it attacks the beta cells producing insulin. There is no way to prevent type 1 diabetes. The first type can infect children or adults, but it is traditionally known to have children’s diabetes because most children have children.

Diabetes Type II

The second type of diabetes is different from the first type in which there is anti-insulin resistance in addition to the lack of secretion of insulin; insulin receptors in the tissues of the body do not respond properly to insulin. Insulin resistance in the first stages is the lack of tissue response to insulin, and is accompanied by high levels of insulin in the blood. Blood glucose levels can be reduced at this stage by drugs that increase the sensitivity of insulin tissues and reduce the production of glucose from the liver. Insulin secretion of the pancreas is less efficient and insulin insulin is needed


Blood sugar tests on empty stomach

Glycated hemoglobin

Cumulative sugar test


Cardiovascular diseases


Deficiency in renal function

Damage to the eyes


Skin diseases

Arthritis diseases

The main symptoms:


ample urination

Extreme hunger

weight loss

unmotivated weakness

reduce of vision

Slow healing wounds

Treatment by stem cell in our center:

The comprehensive treatment of type I and II diabetes using the stem cells we developed ensures the following

Detoxification, including “cleaning” insulin receptors

Resuscitation of receptors ie elimination of insulin resistance

End self-aggression of the immune system on beta cells in the pancreas

Rejuvenate beta cells instead of damaged cells in the pancreas

Regeneration of dead nerve endings and formation of new blood vessels instead of vessels damaged by high sugar

Treatment of complications caused by diabetes from fatigue and damage to the nerves and heart disease, kidney, eyes, joints and sexual weakness

Eliminate insulin completely or partially and reduce the intake of tablets

The effect is not only on the results, but on the cause of the disease and the mechanisms of its development

Expand the “window of possibilities” for the normal life of the patient and his / her family

The effect can last up to 5 years and more.

If you follow our guidelines and advice after treatment you can completely dispense with insulin and drugs and this is something we have seen through dealing with many cases and in different ages