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Order your Diabetes (Hair Mineral Analysis) test Kit.

Have your doctor test you for Diabetes.

Low Thyroid function or Hypothyroidism if found in most diseases, including Diabetes. The Thyroid gland, which is
considered the Master gland, has a direct link to the Pancreas. If your Thyroid is weak, it can weaken your Pancreas
causing Diabetes.

Testing the
Thyroid gland should be the first step in reversing Diabetes.

The only way  to test for Heavy Metals and Mineral deficiencies in your tissues is through a Hair Mineral Analysis.

My personal Diabetes update: My A1C is now 6.3. My Hemoglobin A1c was as high as 6.7. Nutritional changes has
caused it to drop without drugs. Normal A1c, (non diabetic) is less than 5.7. My Blood Sugar levels have also
dropped to near 100. I have also cured myself of Hyperparathyroidism, all through nutrition.

Corpus Christi has the Highest Amputation Rate in the Nation because of Diabetes. Nueces County has approximately 40,000 Diabetics and
about one third don't know it.

Pre-Diabetes can exist for 10 to 20 years before you are finally diagnosed with Diabetes. Pre-Diabetes can cause many health conditions and
can affect the kidneys, heart, eyes, etc. See symptoms of Pre-Diabetes below.

14 years ago I had Osteoporosis, Heart palpitations, low heart rate, low body temperature, weakness in my legs, bone spurs on both feet and my
right shoulder, urinary problems, passing small kidney stones and I believe I had Pre-Diabetes, etc. I was told that I was in perfect health
because my blood and urine lab test were normal.

I did my first Hair Mineral Analysis on myself. My Tissue Calcium level was 256, (normal is 40). That was the cause of most of my health
problems. After a year on a nutrition plan, all bone Spurs and weakness disappeared. My Urine & Saliva pH was Acidic & my Urine Sugar was

I was diagnosed with Type II diabetes in March of 2010, even though I knew I had it or Pre-Diabetes for at least 13 years. I found a new doctor
who ordered the lab test I requested and agreed with my self diagnosis.

I also have Sub-Clinical Hypothyroidism. This condition is not recognized by the doctors in Corpus Christi, TX. This condition exists when you
have many of the symptoms of Hypothyroidism, but your Thyroid blood test are normal.

I was also diagnosed with
Hyperparathyroidism in March of 2010. The Parathyroid glands are located behind the Thyroid gland. I believe this
gland caused my Osteoporosis, Bone Spurs, caused me to be hospitalized twice with Kidney stones and possible cause of my Diabetes. I am
now cured.

I have reversed my Osteoporosis through nutrition.

My goal now is to CURE myself of Diabetes and Sub-Clinical Hypothyroidism.

Diabetics should STOP Consuming all Sugars, Trans Fats, High Fructose Corn Syrup, Aspartame & is new name

The Truth:
 0 TRANS FAT on a label can mean 0.5 (1/2 gram) grams or less of Trans Fat per serving.

The FDA has given food manufacturers an opportunity to lie about the amount of trans-fats on their labels. Trans-fat content of 0.5 (1/2 gram)
grams or less per serving can be labeled as 0 trans-fats. If any label has the words hydrogenated, partially hydrogenated or Canola oil on it, it
contains trans-fats even when the label states 0 trans-fats.

Trans fats are formed from hydrogenation, a chemical process that changes a liquid oil into a solid fat. Trans fats are found in processed foods,
such as snack foods, cookies, fast foods, and some stick or solid margarines. Some peanut butters are Fully Hydrogenated and can have a
shelf life of two years. If you or your children eat peanut butter, only use organic that has to be refrigerated.

Trans fats are considered to be the most harmful to one's health. They are linked to Obesity, Diabetes, Clogging of arteries, Heart Disease, etc.

  • Damage to the functions of cell membranes. When trans-fats attach themselves to the cell walls, the cell becomes rigid and the large
    glucose molecules can't penetrate and increases insulin levels in the blood and contributes to Insulin Resistance
  • Increase the number and size of adipose cells producing BELLY FAT
  • Increases Total Cholesterol, Decreases HDLs and Increases LDLs levels. The more trans-fats you eat, the more it affects your
    cholesterol levels
  • Weakens immunity
  • Lead to childhood asthma

Americans consume about 150 pounds of Sugar per person per year. Most of the Sugar is in the form of High Fructose Corn Syrup, which is
extremely detrimental to the body. It can lead to Insulin Resistance and Obesity, Cardiovascular disease, Elevated triglycerides and elevated
LDL, Liver Disease, Elevated blood pressure, Arthritis, Cancer, Gout and a Depletion of Vitamins and Minerals

Glucose, when consumed, is immediately used by the body or passes through the liver and is excreted. 100% of fructose that's consumed is
taken up by the liver. This is turn leads to increased fat deposition in the abdominal cavity and increased blood levels of triglycerides. Both are
risk factors for heart disease and diabetes.

Hypoglycemia and Diabetes  -  Craving Sugars and Carbohydrates
One of the most common symptoms submitted by clients is a "craving for sugars or starches". This craving often prevents them from eating a
healthy diet and contributes to a decline in their overall health. Let us examine the causes and ways to address this common symptom.

Hypoglycemia And Diabetes
Many individuals with carbohydrate craving have some degree of carbohydrate intolerance, often manifesting as low blood sugar, low sugar in
the cells or low ATP. This causes an "energy crisis" in which one craves simple or complex carbohydrates to provide fuel or energy for the
body. According to Dr. Robert Atkins, MD, up to 75% of the American people have some degree of carbohydrate intolerance.

Diabetics experience a craving for sweets or starches because they are not able to move sugars from their blood into their cells. Therefore,
they experience low cellular sugar. This may be caused by low insulin, resistance to insulin, or other nutritional causes.

  Some of the signs and symptoms of Pre-Diabetes or Diabetes
  • Hypoglycemia (low blood glucose levels) or Hyperglycemia (high blood glucose levels)
  • Family history of Diabetes
  • Hypertension above 130/85
  • Had Diabetes during pregnancy or gave birth to a baby weighing more than nine pounds
  • Obesity
  • Sugar in urine
  • Acid Urine & Saliva pH
  • Hemoglobin A1C above 5%
  • Food cravings, especially for carbohydrate
  • Excess weight gain, especially around the waist
  • lethargy or fatigue
  • Excessive facial hair on women (Estrogen Imbalance) or male pattern baldness
  • Skin tags
  • Alopecia  (scalp hair loss)
  • Depression and mood swings
  • High LDL (bad) cholesterol and low HDL (good) cholesterol
  • High triglycerides
  • Indigestion or bloating
  • Irregular menstrual cycle
  • Yeast infections

    Program to reverse my Diabetes
Curing my Diabetes will take more research, more self monitoring and trial and error. My plan will consist of:
  • Finished my Parasite Cleanse
  • Continue with my weight loss program (see Weight Loss), using my Urine & Saliva Ph levels as a guide (see Lab Test)
  • Continue to eliminate all Trans Fats, Hydrogenated or Partially Hydrogenated oils, even Olive oil for cooking. Olive Oil is OK to use on
  • Monitor my Urine & Saliva pH every time I urinate instead of only in the morning
  • Monitor my Urine Sugar and Salt levels
  • Monitor my Blood Pressure & Heart Rate
  • Monitor my Iodine absorption every few days
  • Monitor my body temp every few days
  • Get another Hair Mineral Analysis the end of August
  • Get another Hemoglobin A1C and Vitamin D3 blood test
  • Get another Iodine and Bromide lab test
  • Continue on my supplement program
  • Make changes to this plan when self test or lab test dictate

Heart Disease and Cancer are associated with Diabetes. If you have Diabetes, Heart Disease or Cancer in your family history, it is important for
you to become proactive and start doing the tests listed above. Your doctor will need to order some of these test.

Type 1 diabetes
Type 1 diabetes can affect almost every major organ in your body, including your heart, blood vessels, nerves, eyes and kidneys. But if you keep
your blood sugar close to normal most of the time, you can dramatically reduce your risk of developing complications.

Complications can be both short-term and long-term.

Short-term complications, such as low blood sugar (hypoglycemia), high blood sugar (hyperglycemia) and a high level of ketones in your urine
(diabetic ketoacidosis), require immediate care. If left untreated, these conditions can cause seizures and loss of consciousness (coma).

Long-term complications — blindness, kidney failure and nerve and blood vessel damage, for example — develop gradually and may be
disabling or even life-threatening.

Nutritional Deficiencies can lead to Diabetes

Do you have Nutritional Deficiencies? Find out, order a Nutritional Hair Mineral Analysis below
Many nutrients are needed for carbohydrate metabolism.

Zinc is needed to produce digestive enzymes to digest all foods. Zinc is also required to produce, secrete and sustain the action of insulin.
Insulin in turn is required to move sugars into the cells.

Chromium is needed to help insulin attach to cell walls.

Manganese is needed in the mitochondria of the cells for energy production. Copper and iron are required for the electron transport system,
where most ATP is produced. Vanadium appears to play a role in carbohydrate tolerance as well.

B-vitamins are involved in the energy cycles, and vitamin E helps protect many delicate enzyme systems involved in energy production. Many
other compounds are also required in the digestion, absorption, transport and conversion of carbohydrate foods to energy.

An adequate intake of many nutrients through a healthy diet and supplementation helps assure that the steps to convert food to energy will
proceed normally. Dietary supplements are often necessary if one is under stress or their nutritional reserves are depleted.
                                Toxic Metals
Deficiencies or blockages at any stage of the energy pathway, such as the conversion of foods into energy, can cause an energy deficit that may
result in a craving for sugars or complex carbohydrates.
Toxic metals and other toxins can block enzyme reactions and interfere with the
energy pathway.

The only way  to test for Toxic or Heavy Metals in your tissues is through a Hair Mineral Analysis.
Order your Hair Analysis kit.

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