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Anecdotal observations by John Thomas

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Blood Sugar: refers to the amount of glucose sugar circulating in the blood.

Overview

Blood sugar tests identify the quantity of sugar circulating in blood at the moment of test, but the  measurements do not explain WHY, e the numbers are high or low.

Normal blood sugar levels (90-120) are common, but they are typically 20-40 points high; meaning, elevated, normal blood sugar levels create varnish-like plaques to caramelize  brain receptors and interfere with regulatory responses between the brain and pancreas.

The messenger molecules that are supposed to inform the brain of the body’s fats levels (amount of fat in storage) is a function of the hormone leptin which is produced by the fat cells.

Glucose is the primary source of energy for metabolism and ATP production for 99% of the population.  The problem is carbohydrates are a poor energy source with serious, long-term consequences for anyone who is carbohydrate dependent, as opposed to healthy metabolism of dietary fats for energy.  80% of energy should derive from fat metabolism.

Normal glucose levels [90-120] creates and maintains the condition of pre-diabetes (Type 3 diabetes of the brain).  Type 3 is known by other names, such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, Huntington’s, autism, Asperger’s, senility and brain fog.  These are all degenerative conditions of dietary neglect and abuse.  None of them are diseases and all are somewhat reversible.

Blood sugar levels of 130 – 150 is common and is the threshold of clinical diabetes mellitus.. Above sugar levels of140-150, patients are considered to be official, Type 2 diabetics.

The BIG PROBLEM with this story is that elevated normal blood sugar is an IMPORTANT FACTOR behind cancer, arthritis and cardiovascular disease.  Ideally, blood sugar should be between 70-90.

Low blood sugar is called hypoglycemia.  Symptoms of MISDIAGNOSIS are dizziness, low energy, brain fog, poor balance, disrupted sleep etc.  These symptoms appear to be low blood sugar when the problem is carbohydrate dependence and control of hormones by fungus and their mycotoxins.

Ideally, 75% of energy production should come from burning of dietary fat and excess body fat NOT from carbs.  Interestingly, when the body becomes a fat burner instead of carbohydrate dependent, so-called hypoglycemia/low blood sugar symptoms cease to be an issue.

If you wish to avoid the BIG FOUR (cancer, diabetes, arthritis and cardiovascular) avoid the pre-diabetic state of elevated, normal blood sugar above 90.

See Insulin/Leptin/Adrenaline Resistance. by clicking hyperlink. Also see Special Insights, Fruit, Hormones, Carbs & Aging by clicking Archive below.

Be sure and read the ReVive Protocol and see how you can reverse and manage carbohydrate dependence.

Also, please read Special Insights, Premature Aging & Pre-diabetes.

Poor diet and dietary habits lead to blood sugar issues sooner or later.  Read Special Insights, FOOD CRAVINGS! The Other Side Of The Alcohol Story by clicking hyperlink.

Know that blood sugar issues has everything to do with the Autoimmune Attack Cycle and the Sugar/Alcohol Cycle. Click hyperlinks to read about them.

Lastly, read, Change Your Food Habits, Change Your Life by clicking hyperlink.

Suggestions

  1. Change your lifestyle and your diet.
  2. Embrace Young Again Club Protocols.
  3. Ask for help and be open to new ideas.

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