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The Artificial Pancreas Treatment mimics natural and provides the missing stimulation of the liver. Clinics are open in the USA, China, and India, with Clinics planned in Taiwan, Mexico, Europe and Africa.  

How is it "natural?"  The liver provides the enzymes needed for the body to metabolize (burn) carbohydrates. This is the core problem that people with diabetes have, the inability to process this important type of food.

When the Artificial Pancreas Treatment mimics a normal pancreas stimulation of the liver, these missing enzymes are restored, the body can process carbohydrates which provides each cell with needed levels of cellular energy (ATP) from carbohydrates.

With that needed energy the tissues heal themselves because the DNA remembers how to heal, naturally!   

For Information, call (916) 550 1050

This week in Diabetes History

The Goals and Achievements

Global Roll Out of the THE ARTIFICIAL PANCREAS TREATMENT With new clinics going into 45 cities, and existing clinics in 18 USA cities the Trina Health Global Roll Out is under way. "We have proven that we can stop the suffering of diabetic heart, kidney, eye, nerve, brain fog, and wounds, what more is neeed?" announce the Trina Health CEO, and Chief Medical Officers. For over 20 years the Artificial Pancreas Treatment and Artificial Pancreas System have been in development, but the problem has always been that the cost of delivering the treatment is too high for the average diabetic patient. It is now proven that APT will slow, stop and in many ways reverse the complications of diabetes, truly wonderful news to millions. And now it is affordable and available. The treatment provides what a nondiabetic pancreas supplies, a very discreet series of oscillations in the blood of a nondiabetic person. These oscillations are required for normal carbohydrate and lipid metabolism. By mimicking what a nondiabetic pancreas does, the Artificial Pancreas System restores energy to the cells from carbohydrates, which are needed for the cells to have a normal amount of energy (ATP). The good news is that the DNA of every cell never forgets what it is supposed to do, and once proper metabolic energy is reestablished, the cell knows what to do and the body prepares itself naturally and in its own special way. The Artificial Pancreas Treatment (which is a treatment under the practice of Medicine) uses the FDA-cleared Bionica pump, the infusion part of the Artificial Pancreas System, and is now in the final commercial rollout phase where patients can be treated for six months and, with the help of a friend or family member, the patient can be treated at home for three weeks coming back only once a month into the clinic for the first year. After a successful year the patient will be able to be treated once every two months. This approach provides the answer on how to treat millions of people who are in dire need of stopping and reversing their diabetes complications. CALL OUR NUMBER FOR THE NEXT WEBINAR

From the Front Lines

Ft. Worth Texas

Ft. Worth provides outstanding care, and is "Faith Based" dedicated to helping. God bless them for that ! Read more...

Santa Monica Clinic

Trina Health West LA serves the UCLA and Beverly Hills area. This is the second LA Basin location. Read more...

The Orange County Clinic is Expanding

Newport Beach Trina clinic across from the Hoag Hospital Diabetes Center, 1525 Superior Ave. - Suite 214, Newport Beach, CA 92663. Read more...

New and Expanded Sacramento Clinic

The Trina Health clinic in Sacramento has doubled its size at 4441 Auburn Blvd, Suite J, (Highway 80 on Auburn Blvd.) Call 916 550 1050 for an appointment. Read more...

New York Physician's Clinic

The First New York City area clinic will be opening in a physician's office When operational, the address and phone number will be listed here. Read more...

Memphis Clinic.

Trina Health of Tennessee provides excellent care. The telephone number is (901) 682 1234. Read more...

Three Arizona Clinics

Arizona has opened a second clinic in Glendale, in addition to the Scottsdale clinic. Now a third clinic is open in Mesa Arizona. Read more...

Denver Clinics

At least one clinic is opening in Denver Colorado this year. Read more...

Las Vegas Clinic

At 1661 Flamingo, Las Vegas, NV 89119, the clinic serves people in Nevada and those who wish to travel. Read more...

Miami Clinic Seeks Second Location

The Miami clinic is opening a much larger facility at the University of Miami Technology Center. Read more...

Alabama Has Three Clinics

Foley was the first clinic, and now Fairhope and Hoover (Birmingham) make 3 Trina Health clinics. The Governor of Alabama, Dr. Bentley opened the Hoover clinic with a ribbon cutting. Read more...

Wichita Kansas

Wichita Kansas is the Trina Clinic in the center of the USA Read more...

Hyderabad, India Clinic

One of the first non-hospital clinics is now opening in Hyderabad India. Diabetes Care Clinic Plot # 1110 55 Jubilee Hills Hyderabad 5000033 +91-888-566-0011 See Dr. Prahlad, MD Read more...

Oklahoma City

A new clinic is opening in Oklahoma City March 31st Read more...

St. Louis

A new clinic is opening in St. Louis, operated by a well known Endocrinologist Read more...

Spokane Washington

The first Northwest Trina clinic is opening in Spokane. Read more...

Dillon Montana

Dillon Montana is one of the more remote areas where a Trina Clinic is being started. Stay tuned for the date and location. Read more...

Fairhope Alabama Open

At 915 Plantation Blvd., This beautiful clinic is fully operational, Read more...

Tyler Texas

This clinic also offers full medical services Read more...

Atlanta Georgia

Centra Georgia is the site for the next Trina Clinic in the South Read more...

Mexico

Clinics in Mexico City have been seeking Trina Heath license. Read more...

Taiwan Trina

As the Taiwan FDA application is pending, a demonstration clinic is opening. Read more...

Dallas Texas

The Trina Health clinic of Dallas is almost full and will need to expand. Read more...