Sunday, December 28, 2008


As a diabetic, are you overacidic? The answer to this could change your life. Are you willing to think different than the AMA. The death rate for diabetic Dr’s is 35% higher than the general population. Do they know how to help you? Once you understand diabetes as a condition of the environment the cells are in rather than an autoimmune or an overweight issue, a new door will open for you to be healed.
Are you acidic? Just as your body temperature must remain in a narrow range so must your blood, and body fluids. The PH must be 7.365 mildly alkaline. You can check the PH level at home with a simple paper Ph strip available at many pharmacies. Test your urine first thing in the morning after fasting all night. The strips color change indicate acid or base, the light or darker depending on the intensity of the reading.
All body cells including the beta cells must continually break down and renew themselves to stay healthy. In a healthy alkaline environment microforms are there to take care of the recycling. They clean up the normal waste products of cellular breakdown and metabolism so our bodies won’t become toxic waste dumps. The good microforms get overwhelmed and can't process all the water they are swimming in they then start multiplying like crazy and produce copious quantities of toxic waste on their own. When this toxic stuff is not eliminated the acid is retained in the blood and tissues, tending to localize at weak parts of the body. When acid localizes to the pancreas diabetes results. This acid environment prematurely signals the microzymas that the organism is out of balance. They can at this point right on the microscope slide change from microzymas to viruses, bacteria, yeast and mold.
The body protects itself from excess acid. In the heart the acid bores holes in blood vessels by binding them with fats and mineral. The fats build up in the blood vessels and heart causing atherosclerosis, angina, heart attacks and stroke. Your heart then has to work harder to move the blood to and from itself pushing the same volume of blood in a narrowed blood vessel which elevates the blood pressure.
You body also elevates LDL cholesterol to bind acids and triglycerides to help protect itself from excess acid and excess sugar. The so called bad cholesterol LDL is literally saving your life from excess acid and excess sugar. – at the cost of risking your life though heart problems over the long term.
Acids are very sticky and can cause cells to stick together, causing circulation problems, such as intermittent claudication, oxygen deprivation, and dementia. Congestive heart failure can be traced to sugars turning to acids and then turning your heart muscles into mush.
You can check the local aide level in your mouth with litmus paper it should run 6.8 to 7.2

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