More 'diabetes' bull crap...
The fake out with the glucometer and 'insulin'.
Date: 11/28/2015 7:09:46 PM ( 8 y ) ... viewed 778 times
More about my 'diabetes'. I'm discovering how deep this monumental lie is. I completely trust muscle testing and it is putting that trust to the test. I muscle test and it says my blood sugar is 106 or so in the morning. I can get a general prediction from muscle testing as to what that corrupted meter will say. I can get within 15 20 points usually, and it's usually a hundred or more above the reading from muscle testing.
And I've discovered it not only over reports the blood sugar level, but if you've used 'insulin', it also measures the 'insulin' present in your blood and calculates what amount of insulin you 'should' have, based on it's readings over the last month (I think, since that seems the length of time the readings are stored for) and then make your blood sugar reading as high as it would be if in fact you actually needed insulin but didn't use it. *ack*
I've seen my morning readings steadly rise as I've been weaning myself off (it hurts a lot from not only the fake neuropathy, but from muscle spasms if you go too fast, I'm finding) And the less in my system, the higher it goes, just like if you were actually needing it but not using it. It's so tricksy! I sometimes even get worried a bit--what if muscle testing is wrong? Me, the biggest advocate of truth via muscle testing. It needless to say is worrying my sweetie too. He won't do muscle testing though. My suspicion is he's afraid of finding out all of this might actually be true.
But I've come to know my body very well, and now that I'm past the withdrawal stage, the 'neuropathy' has mostly stopped other than a faint tingling, and yesterday when I didn't use any, so when the meter said my blood sugar was 348, (muscle testing, 106) I should have had to tap to stop the real neuropathy at that level, but not a wiff of it or any thirst, other than the constant faint feeling I need to wet/rinse my mouth since I've started the detoxing/withdrawal.
And it's mimicking the real amino acid and my body has used it as it would real insulin to help rebuild the lost nerves. Since starting this detox, I seemed to be going backwards in strength and function and dizziness. The detoxing is pulling the fake stuff out (which barely worked and why my recovery slowed to a crawl after the first 6 months). By then, the fake insulin was plentiful enough that my body started using that instead of what it should have been using and basically I'm not really much improved since then. The fake stuff just gave that illusion. But I do have my meta-regeneration skills on line so the rebuilding should be much quicker, and this time actually work. :)
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