I am currently reading the email roundup for the year from Charlotte. This contains two articles about research relating to T regulator cells (Treg) in fat cells. One article says that obesity reduces the number of Treg cells in your fat. As Treg reduces inflamation in fat cells then lower concentrations of Treg lead to more inflamation which leads to insulin resistance. Increasing the concentration of Treg cells in fat can decrease insulin resistance and combat the onset of T2. Sounds promising. The second article is about age related T2 development in people who are not obese. Apparently this is due to Treg cells. With age, the concentration of Treg cells increases in body fat and can lead to age related T2 - with the suggestion that this is classified as T4. Blocking Treg cells can prevent the development of age related T2. Oh, and I think I also saw elsewhere that adding Treg cells may reverse T1 in some cases? Can all these things be true?