Researchers from the University of Iowa (USA) have brought hope to all people with type 2 diabetes. They have developed a device that, without contact with the body, can lower the patient's blood sugar level, normalizing the patient's condition. No injections, medications or implant installations are required - the exposure occurs due to electromagnetic fields (EMF).
It all started as a coincidence, when the researchers got a group of individuals with type 2 diabetes instead of ordinary experimental mice. This did not interfere with the basic experiment to test the effect of EMF on the brains of rodents, so the mice were taken to work and irradiated for a long time. And when the medical indicators were checked at the end of the experiment, they were surprised to see the sugar level returned to normal, although no one specifically regulated it. Sugar dropped due to exposure to EMF.
The biological phenomenon is already known to science, when some organic molecules work as tiny antennas and react to EMF. If this molecule is involved in oxidative processes, its response to EMFs can affect them as well. After a painstaking search, American biologists found the desired molecule - it turned out to be a free radical "superoxide". It is known for both paramagnetic properties and a close relationship with type 2 diabetes.
Further, it remained a matter of technology to select such parameters of the EMF that would affect the superoxide and lead to the activation of ion channels in the cell membranes and a decrease in the sugar level. A device was created with which it is possible to lower the sugar level in the body of a living being from a distance. New experiments with mice have been successful, and experiments with human liver cells have also shown promising results. Experiments on living people are already in the near future.