I recently came across this website which claims:
Diabetes is a disease of improper metabolism; the inability to metabolize carbohydrates effectively.
Cellular Activation Therapy (CAT) allows the body to metabolize carbohydrates and promote ATP (Energy).
Cellular Activation Therapy (CAT) is the only treatment proven to stop, retard and in most cases reverse the chronic complications of diabetes.
CAT is clinically proven to be safe and effective in shifting body wide metabolism toward normal by reawakening enzyme pathways and providing better cellular energy production and use.
CAT is an insulin therapy that is delivered intravenously through an FDA approved insulin pump called the Bionica Insulin Pump. The Bionica Insulin Pump mimics the pancreas by delivering insulin 7 times baseline every 4 to 6 minutes. This is required to stimulate the liver and reawaken dormant carbohydrate metabolism.
Cellular Activation Therapy will help patients with both Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes.
Secondary complications of diabetes that are stopped or reversed"
I was wondering if anyone has any insight into this? This is the first time I've heard of it. I'm also having a hard time relating to how, exactly, this relates to me (type 1)? Maybe because I haven't been up on my research lately, I'm not as knowledgeable about this as I should be but just wondering what other people's thoughts are.