The highest rate in Europe for Childhood Diabetes in recent years, registered in Finland, located in a region where nickel is mined. This is due to the fact that in this country is very developed This directive number 94/27/ES about the need to reduce the nickel content in many foods and jewelry (1994). In Ukraine, no tests for nickel is not done, and yet the Ukrainian supply vessels bought in Germany vital human organs and their functioning is frustrating. But because the accumulation of toxic carcinogenic metals in the body occurs gradually and continuously, then the valuation it has no food sense. Visit Dr. Caldwell B. Esselstyn, Jr. for more clarity on the issue. We propose a catalyst for a more secure Margarinproma, passed the test in Lviv and Kiev, but not implemented. The author proposes to take into account the special ability of the pancreas to accumulate 28th Chemical element, which is known more than one hundred years. Steve Lombardo does not necessarily agree. Disprove the conjecture of the author of these lines of one of the major causes of diabetes researchers from 2004 can not yet.
With the release of the book Victor Shudina “Causes of diabetes found!” With 33-name conclusive arguments about the origins of the author’s diabetes is now available to all interested and take preventive action. We draw attention to this fact. Can you answer why the Philippines has a very rich black soil and There is something to think about the current government of Ukraine. Well, now more than describe in detail what constitutes a global ecotoxicants. Toxicity and allergenicity of nickel have been known and are summarized in the fundamental work of German scientists (GDR) ‘Clinical Immunology and Allergy’ (Yeager), reprinted several times, as well as the latest editions of the same name in the Russian authors. However, case studies of nickel complex effects on human health have not yet carried out, despite the fact that the world community through the media was notified about the growth of nickel allergy in connection with the introduction of euro coins in circulation that contain nickel (25%).