I place the client on a cleaner diet. The most valuable regime for the diabetic patient is a vegetable diet – cooked, non-starchy vegetables and vegetable soups. My aim is to aid the depleted pancreas, whose chief chemical element is a potassium compound. So the potassium-rich vegetables are of special value. If the potassium level can be built up, this not only rebuilds the pancreas but neutralizes a great deal of the acidity which is always in the background in diabetes.
 
HTH PANCREAS ENZYMES
TAKE ONE TABLET BEFORE MEAL TO OPTIMIZE DIGESTION.  TAKE 2 TIMES A DAY.
 
MEADOWGREENS
MIX ONE HEAPED TABLESPOON IN WATER AND TAKE BEFORE BREAKFAST.  DO NOT DRINK IT IDOWN, JUST SLOWLY SWISH THEN SWALLOW.  THIS SWISHING STIMULATES THE PRODUCTION OF PANCREATIC AND STOMACH ENZYMES.  YOU MAY ALSO TAKE MEADOWGREENS AT LUNCH OR DINNER, TO HELP IMPORVE HEALING TIME. 
 
DIABETIC TEA
HAVE ONE CUP DAILY
  • POTASSIUM-RICH FOODS: Brussels sprouts, , winter squashes, spinach, broccoli, Swiss chard, sunflower seeds, buckwheat, legumes, parsley, garlic and onions, cantaloupe, papaya, ripe bananas, dates. Potassium Broth: potato with skin, carrot, celery, parsley, cabbage, onion, brocolli, sea greens. If you make a juice instead of soup, you may add spinach.
  • Potassium Juice #1: 3 carrots, 3 stalks celery, ½ bunch spinach, ½ bunch parsley and ½ thumb size ginger.
  • Raw beet (low glycemic) in salad. Do not cook beets.
 
CHROMIUM 800 mcg
TAKE ONE AT MID-AFTERNOON
  • A mostly vegetarian diet is recommended.
  • Start your day with fresh lemon and water. This helps alkalize the body at kidney level. Lemon, also help to optimize the function of the liver. 
  • The liver is the ONLY, fat burner in the body. The liver also helps to metabolize blood sugar and emulsify cholesterol…so do not ignore the LIVER.
  • Water is very important! Have 4 glasses of distilled water daily.
  • Sea veggies are excellent. Have some three days or more days a weekFresh juices must be chewed, each mouthful at a time, before swallowing.
  • Try to eliminate mucus forming foods, like: white bread, white sugar and white rice. Millet, quinoa 
  • Keep lots of stringy foods (small piece cassava, sweet potato, string beans, cantaloupe) in your diet. FRESH PINAEAPPLE to help prevent blood stickiness.
  • Raw beet (low glycemic) in salad. Do not cook beets.
  • Chew slowly, so that your system can produce enzymes of digestion, for proper digestion and assimilation of your foods, and elimination of wastes (by products).
  • All animal protein food must be “hormone” and “antibiotic” free.
  • POTASSIUM-RICH FOODS: Brussels sprouts, , winter squashes, spinach, broccoli, Swiss chard, sunflower seeds, buckwheat, legumes, parsley, garlic and onions, cantaloupe, papaya, ripe bananas, dates. Potassium Broth: potato with skin, carrot, celery, parsley, cabbage, onion, brocolli, sea greens. If you make a juice instead of soup, you may add spinach.
  • Potassium Juice #1: 3 carrots, 3 stalks celery, ½ bunch spinach, ½ bunch parsley and ½ thumb size ginger.
  • MAGNESIUM- RICH FOODS :strawberries, cantaloupe, pineapples, bananas, beets, dried apricots, mangoes, green leafy vegetables, especially collards, mustard greens, lentils, pumpkin seeds, buckwheat, wakame and dulse. 
  • Chromium Rich Foods: whole grains, string beans, cucumber, wheat germ, fresh fruits.
  • IODINE- RICH FOODS.
  • Cucumbers, sea vegetables, garlic, onion, watercress, cabbage (cooked), asparagus, spinach and leafy greens, sea fish (non vegetarian).
  • ZINC: mushrooms and spinach (uncooked)
  • The mucilage and fiber present in Okra, helps in maintaining blood sugar levels and regulating their absorption in small intestine.
  • Okra facilitates in propagation of good bacteria known as probiotics. These bacteria are similar to the ones proliferated by yogurt in the small intestine, and helps in biosynthesis of vitamin B complex. 
  • #1 BATH (neutralizing)
          Add 1 pound of baking soda to a tub of very warm water. Soak for 20 minutes. Let water out. Then 
          shower, so your body does not reabsorb wastes that was pulled through the skin. Do this bath for five
          days. Then do the detoxifying bath on the weekend.
  • #2 BATH (oxygenating)
          Add 16ozs of 3% peroxide to tub of warm water. Immerse yourself for 20 minutes. Let water out. Then
          shower, so that your body does not reabsorb wastes. Massage skin with wheat germ oil.
 
Exercise along with the diet is important and cannot be overemphasized. Exercise enhances the sensitivity of the tissues to insulin, increasing the number of insulin receptors. It helps decrease body fat, thus making people more sensitive to insulin.
 
Walking and standing on your tippy toes is good enough. Do ‘tippy toes’ throughout the day. Do at kitchen sink, bathroom sink, in bedroom, anywhere!
 
Program: $200.00
 
 
REMINDERS
  • Keep in mind the complications associated with Diabetes
  • Nephropathy (kidney disease)
  • Food allergies
  • Diabetic circulatory problems and ulcers
  • Diabetic cardiovascular complications
  • Diabetic cataracts, glaucoma, retinopathy (damaged retina), retinitis
  • Diabetic Neuropathy-damage to nerves characterized by numbness, pain, tingling, cold hands, cold feet, cramping in hands and feet.
  • Think of tomorrow’s pain, and embrace a healthier
 
 
Wish you good health.
Will review in six weeks!