For Type II diabetes,
the steps in the program are:
• Repair the faulty blood sugar control system. This is
done simply by substituting clean, healthy, beneficial fats and oils in the diet
for the pristine-looking but toxic trans-isomer mix found in attractive
plastic containers on supermarket shelves. Consume only flax oil,
fish oil and occasionally cod liver oil
until blood sugar starts to stabilize. Then add back healthy oils such as
butter, coconut oil,
olive oil and clean animal fat. Read labels; refuse
to consume cheap junk oils when they appear in processed food or on restaurant
menus. Diabetics are chronically short of minerals; they need to add a
good-quality, broad-spectrum mineral supplement to the diet.
• Control blood sugar manually during the recovery cycle.
Under medical supervision, gradually discontinue all oral hypoglycaemic agents
along with any additional drugs given to counteract their side effects. Develop
natural blood-sugar control by the use of glycaemic tables, by consuming
frequent small meals (including fibre-rich foods), by regular post-prandial
exercise, and by the complete avoidance of all sugars along with the judicious
use of only non-toxic sweeteners or none at all. Stevia can be used. Avoid
alcohol until blood sugar stabilizes in the normal range. Keep score by using a
pinprick-type glucose meter. Keep track of
everything you do with a medical diary.
• Restore a proper balance of healthy fats and oils when the blood
sugar controller again works. Permanently remove from the diet all
cheap, toxic, junk fats and oils as well as the processed and restaurant foods
that contain them. When the blood sugar controller again starts to work
correctly, gradually introduce additional healthy foods to the diet. Test the
effect of these added foods by monitoring blood sugar levels with the pinprick-type
blood sugar monitor. Be sure to include the results of these tests in your diary
• Continue the program until normal insulin values are also
restored after blood sugar levels begin to stabilize in the normal
region. Once blood sugar levels fall into the normal range, the pancreas will
gradually stop overproducing insulin. This process will typically take a little
longer and can be tested by having your physician send a sample of your blood to
a lab for a serum insulin determination. A good idea is to wait a couple of
months after blood sugar control is restored and then have your physician check
your insulin level. It's nice to have blood sugar in the normal range; it's even
nicer to have this accomplished without excess insulin in the bloodstream.
• Separately repair the collateral damage done by the disease.
Vascular problems caused by a chronically elevated glucose level will normally
reverse themselves without conscious effort. The effects of retinopathy and of
peripheral neuropathy, for example, will usually self repair. However, when the
fine capillaries in the basement membranes of the kidneys begin to leak due to
chronic high blood glucose, the kidneys compensate by laying down scar tissue to
prevent the leakage. This scar tissue remains even after the diabetes
is cured, and is the reason why the kidney damage is not believed to self
A word of warning… When retinopathy develops, there may be
a temptation to have the damage repaired by laser surgery. This laser technique
stops the retinal bleeding by creating scar tissue where the leaks have
developed. This scar tissue will prevent normal healing of the fine capillaries
in the eye when the diabetes is reversed. By
reversing the diabetes instead of opting for laser
surgery, there is an excellent chance that the eye will heal completely.
However, if laser surgery is done, this healing will always be complicated by
the scar tissue left by the laser.
The arterial and vascular damage done by years of elevated sugar and insulin and
by the proliferation of systemic candida will slowly reverse due to improved
diet. However, it takes many years to clean out the arteries by this form of
oral chelation. Arterial damage can be reversed much more quickly by using
intravenous chelation therapy. What would normally take many years through diet
alone can often be done in six months with intravenous therapy. This is reputed
to be effective over 80% of the time. For obvious reasons, don't expect your
doctor to approve of this, particularly if he's a heart specialist.
The prognosis is usually swift recovery from the disease and restoration of
normal health and energy levels in a few months to a year or more. The length of
time that it takes to effect a cure depends upon how long the disease was
allowed to develop.
For those who work quickly to reverse the disease after early discovery, the
time is usually a few months or less. For those who have had the disease for
many years, this recovery time may lengthen to a year or more. Thus, there is
good reason to get busy reversing this disease as soon as it becomes clearly
You now have become acquainted with a self-help program that has demonstrated
great potential to actually cure this disease.
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