The Heart of Artificial Pancreas Treatment®
Mitochondrion are tiny organelles, almost like bacteria, which are inside almost all human cells and turn food into energy by converting foodstuffs into adenosine triphosphate – commonly known as ATP. The mitochondria of people with diabetes do not receive the signals that cause needed enzymes made in the liver which are necessary to process carbohydrates properly. It is the failure to process carbohydrate that is diabetes.
The good news is that once the mitochondrion is provided the necessary enzymes, they quickly begin to produce energy and the cells and organs heal themselves.
This is the beauty of the Artificial Pancreas Treatment®; it mimics a normal pancreas stimulation of the liver! This is also why with over 200,000 treatments and 25 years of development; there has never been a reported adverse reaction or injury from MII – Artificial Pancreas Treatment®.