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Pre-diabetes: a state of being involving low-grade inflammation; a condition of latent metabolic syndrome; a condition of ongoing insulin-resistance and inflammatory assault on vital organs and  functions.

Insulin/leptin-resistance is central to pre-diabetes and metabolic syndrome. Blood glucose levels above 90 is the state of pre-diabetic insulin-resistance. A1c is a measure of glycated RBCs [red blood cells] and compromised ability to manage insulin production and inflammation.


Medical lab tests consider blood glucose levels of 90-130 to be ‘normal’, when ongoing blood sugar levels over 90 are pre-diabetic insulin resistance.

Signs and symptoms of pre-diabetes are much the same as those of metabolic syndrome.

Metabolic syndrome is a COLLECTION OF SYMPTOMS that includes cardiovascular dysfunction, diabetes, kidney issues, obesity, belly fat, high triglycerides, elevated blood pressure and low HDL cholesterol.

At this time, approximately half of the population suffers from clinical diabetes and the other half from pre-diabetes.

Once the progression from healthy normal to pre-diabetic is understood, insulin/leptin-resistance and the prevalence of diabetic-related health issues becomes, obvious.  See the ReVive/ReNew Dietary Protocol to understand more.

Do not rely on A!-c test scores as a measure and indicator of your status and potential for development of diabetes. Healthy normal A1c can result in clinical diabetes.  Instead, consider A1c a misleading metric no matter what doctor or labs may tell you.

Low-grade inflammatory and degenerative disorders trail pre-diabetes/insulin/leptin resistance. Belly fat is a CLASSIC SIGN of all of the above.  Do NOT ignore it.

Ask for Guidance.

Pre-diabetes occurs for the following reasons:

  1. A lopsided diet rich in carbohydrates in general and refined carbs in particular.
  2. Mycotoxin toxicity resulting from infestation of fungal molds and yeast.
  3. Unbalanced, out of control of body chemistry, hormones and metabolism.
  4. Insulin and leptin resistance and dysfunction metabolism for lack of essential elements.
  5. Formation of plaque and varnishes aka glycation of brain receptors responsible for monitoring leptin/insulin and blood sugar levels and over-production of insulin by the pancreas.

Pre-diabetes leads to adult onset, diabetes type 2 [diabetes mellitus] and/or to diabetes type III which is also known as “diabetes of the brain.”  Type 111 diabetes parallels development of Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and vascular dementia.

Diabetes type III is not true diabetes, like types I and II, but it is a progressive condition that manifests as cognitive decline, brain fog, poor memory, early stage senility, dementia, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.

Diabetes type I [formerly known as childhood diabetes] is a MEDICALLY INDUCED, autoimmune response and OVER REACTION of the brain and pancreas to vaccination-induced adjuvants [poisons] such as heavy metals [mercury and aluminum and formaldehyde.

John Thomas encourages everyone to read, Dr. Mary’s Monkey to better understand the dark side of Big-Pharma and medicine’s unrelenting push for more and more vaccinations.  [You can order he book from Amazon.  It’s a riveting, thriller!].

Introduction of mRNA vaccines as a result of the fake COVID-19 pandemic in year 2020 has resulted in tremendous risk to those who receive it.

Type I diabetes generally affects children and young adults.  The condition is very different than diabetes mellitus type II which is of dietary and lifestyle origin, rather than destruction of the islet cells of the pancreas and violent, autoimmune-type responses by the immune system.

Contrary to medical myth and popular belief, diabetes has NOTHING to do with DNA and genetics and EVERYTHING to do with the body’s terrain, vaccination induced trauma, fungal takeover of body regulatory functions by mycotoxins, bad diet and lifestyle.

Diabetes is an INDUCED condition!  Don’t forget it!

Diabetes types II and III are characterized by chronic, low-grade, systemic inflammation, dysfunctional brain receptors and pancreatic activity, as opposed to type I which involves destruction or dormancy of the beta-cells of the pancreas that make insulin.

Be sure and read, Metabolic Syndrome, Pre-diabetes & Insulin-resistance.


  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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