Diabetes (pre-diabetes)

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Anecdotal observations by John Thomas

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Pre-diabetes: a state of being where the body is under assault and physiological stress because blood sugar levels  are consistently above 90.


Pre-diabetes occurs for the following reasons:

  1. Mycotoxin toxicity and control of body chemistry, hormones and metabolism.
  2. Insulin and leptin resistance characterized by regulatory dysfunction
  3. Formation of plaque and varnishes on brain receptors responsible for monitoring blood sugar levels and control of pancreatic production of insulin.  leptin receptors of the brain.

Pre-diabetes leads to adult onset, diabetes type 2 [diabetes mellitus] and/or to diabetes type 3, which also known as “diabetes of the brain.”

Diabetes type 3 is not true diabetes like types 1 and 2, but the name is appropriate for describing the progressive nature of the condition that manifests as cognitive issues such as, brain fog, loss of memory in the early stages to senility, Alzherimer’s, Huntington’s and Parkinson’s later on.

Diabetes type I, formerly known as childhood diabetes, is an autoimmune response and OVER REACTION of the pancreas to vaccination induced poisons such as heavy metals, formaldehyde and various life forms.

Type I diabetes generally affects children and young adults.  The condition is very different than diabetes mellitus, type II which is dietary and lifestyle origin, rather than shut-down of islet cells and pancreatic revolt in the form of a violent, autoimmune response.

Contrary to medical myth and popular belief, diabetes has nothing to do with DNA and individual genetics and everything to do with the body’s terrain, fungal takeover of body regulatory functions by mycotoxins and poor diet and lifestyle.

All three types of diabetes are degenerative disorders, and all of them are affected brought on by mycotoxins, elevated blood sugar and carbohydrate dependence.

Diabetes types II and III are characterized by chronic, low-grade, systemic inflammation and dysfunctional brain receptors from plaque and varnish formation and progressively dysfunctional pancreatic activity, as opposed to type I which is autoimmune in origin.

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  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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