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By Dr. Scott Jahn, DC, CPAK, TPIC
Blood sugar level depends on three factors:
- 1) What you eat
- 2)How you eat i.e. time taken to consume the food.
- 3) The quantity you eat
- Sweeteners including fruit juice,
- soft drinks,
- dried fruit,
- Anything with the words ”diet”, “low fat” or “fat free” in the label
- preserved or highly processed food
- All flour products, including Breakfast cereals, oats, bread and other grain
- all yeast products
- Margarine, shortenings and some brands of commercial polyunsaturated oils and especially canola, corn, soybean, and sunflower)
- Fried food
- All kinds of animal food including fish and poultry
Hidden names for sugar
- Agave nectar
- Barley malt
- Beet sugar
- Blackstrap molasses
- Brown rice syrup
- Brown sugar
- Cane sugar
- Carob syrup
- Coconut palm sugar
- Corn sweetener
- Corn syrup
- Corn syrup solids
- Crystalline fructose
- Date sugar
- Dehydrated cane
- Dried oat syrup
- Evaporated cane juice
- Fruit juice concentrate
- Golden syrup
- Gum syrup
- High-fructose corn syrup
- Inverted sugar
- Malt syrup
- Maple syrup
- Palm sugar
- Refiner’s syrup
- Simple syrup
- Sorghum syrup
- Chlorinated or fluoridated water.
- Tobacco, alcohol and drugs
- fluoridated toothpaste,
- test any cosmetics before use
- Restrict soy products
- fermented Miso or Natto are ok
- restaurant food
- Dairy is also a problem. It not only causes inflammation, allergies, congestion, postnasal drip, sinus problems, eczema, asthma, acne, and irritable bowel for many, it also causes weight gain by spiking insulin levels. It has been linked to type 1 diabetes and is the number one cause of constipation and intestinal blood loss and anemia in kids.
- Milk consumption is directly associated with juvenile diabetes. There are more than 100 antigens found in milk. Antibodies to the milk antigens cross-react with the beta cells of the pancreas, creating inflammation and scarring. All across the world it has been seen that the babies who are exposed to the cow’s milk at an early stage of their life are more prone to Diabetes Type 1
- fifty years ago the type of gluten changed as we created new strains of wheat (genetically altered dwarf strains), and this has created a veritable epidemic of problems, including a 400 percent increase in celiac disease and a dramatic rise in gluten sensitivity, affecting about 8 percent of the population.
- Citric acid reacts with fatty acids to produce energy. As long as you have fatty deposits, you can easily live on lemon juice
- Dr Carey Reams reputedly cured thousands of diabetics of both types with a 3-week lemon juice fast that cleared the body of unhealthy fat deposits. Every hour or ten times daily patients would drink a glassful with one part of lemon juice and 9 parts of water, followed after 3 weeks by an allergy-tested natural diet.
Nitric Oxide Diet
- As you get up from the bed, start with chewing 10 leaves of tulsi (holy basil) along with a small piece (size of your nail) of ginger. You must chew it slowly like a mouth exercise holding it in your mouth for 5 mins
- Once you finish with chewing tulsi and ginger, you may consume coconut water. It is the nature’s mineral water.
Nitric Oxide Diet
- if the patient is on insulin therapy for less than a year then it takes not more than 72 hrs of following this diet for the patient to be off the insulin therapy on the other hand if the patient is on insulin therapy for more than a year then for each year add 3 more days.
- for the patients who are on medication for more than a year, the withdrawal of medication /insulin should never be sudden, as over the period of time the body has become addicted and habitual of the drugs.
- Have food at the same time every day. Don’t uctuate the time beyond the bracket of 15 minutes.
Nitric Oxide Diet: Breakfast
- 50 gm sprouts
- 50 gm coconut
- 20 gm almonds (soaked overnight)
- 1 large tomato
- 1 medium sized beetroot
- 1 green chili
- few coriander leaves
- lemon to taste.
- Take beetroot, peel it off and cut it into bite size pieces.
- Now chop tomato, green chili and coriander finely.
- Now take a bowl add almonds, sprouts, tomato, beetroot, green chili.
- Add lemon to taste
Nitric Oxide Diet: Mid morning snacks :
- check your blood sugar
- choose one or two types of citrus fruit roughly around 300 gms
- you must take at least 20 minutes to consume it.
Nitric Oxide Diet: Lunch
- 2 large sized tomatoes, 100 gm french beans, 2 large capsicum, 1 green chili, lemon to taste, coriander to taste, 50 gm chana dal.
- Take cucumber and peel it. Now cut tomatoes, cucumber, capsicum into bite size pieces.
- Take soaked chana dal and steam it for 20 minutes on a low fame.
- After that take a bowl, add all vegetables, steamed dal, coriander, chilli and lemon to taste and mix well. Its ready to eat with tomato dip.
Nitric Oxide Diet: Post lunch/evening snacks :
- You may have the similar fruit snacks, as you did in the mid morning. In case it is the time for taking the next dose of medication or insulin shots you must first check your blood sugar level as the rainbow vegetable lunch has the potential to drop the blood sugar level substantially low.
Nitric Oxide Diet: Dinner
- You must consume dinner by 8:00 pm as after this, the circadian clock of the body switches to a different mode. Your body reduces its metabolism rate and focuses more towards other important functions like growth and maintenance of the body cells and tissues.
Nitric Oxide Diet
- You must stop consuming all kind of nutritional supplements, tonics and powders totally, as it interferes with the body’s homeostatic balance
- Diabetes Type 1 & Type 2 patients must expose themselves to direct sunlight for at least half an hour per day.
- Vitamin D deficiency inhibits pancreatic secretion of insulin.
- Patient must spend about half an hour or more in some kind of physical exercise where he/she has to breathe deeply.
Top 10 Keto fruits and veggies
- Raspberries– Half a cup (60 grams) contains 3 grams of carbs.
- Blackberries– Half a cup (70 grams) contains 4 grams of carbs.
- Strawberries– Half a cup (100 grams) contains 6 grams of carbs.
- Blueberries– Half a cup (50 grams) contains 6 grams of carbs.
- Plum– One medium-sized (80 grams) contains 6 grams of carbs.
- Clementine– One medium-sized (75 grams) contains 7 grams of carbs.
- Kiwi– One medium-sized (70 grams) contains 8 grams of carbs.
- Cherries– Half a cup (90 grams) contains 9 grams of carbs.
- Cantaloupe– One cup (160 grams) contains 11 grams of carbs.
- Peach– One medium-sized (150 grams) contains 13 grams of carbs.
- Cauliflower– 4 g.
- Cabbage– 3 g.
- Avocado– 2 g.
- Broccoli– 4 g.
- Zucchini– 3 g
- Spinach– 1 g.
- Asparagus– 2 g. Tasty and nutritious and very low carb.
- Kale– 4 g.
- Green beans– 4 g.
- Brussels sprouts– 5 g.
Allergies and food sensitivities
- try to take your pulse before each test meal and about 30 and 60 minutes after the meal. If the pulse rises by more than 10 per cent after eating apples only or after a safe meal, an allergy must be suspected even if the blood sugar level does not show an unusual rise.
Herbs and supplements
- Berberine comes to us from China and India, It’s a natural alkaloid found in a wide variety of traditional herbs, including goldenseal, barberry, goldthread, Oregon grape, tree turmeric and phellodendron
- One of the most impressive studies compared taking 500 milligrams of the compound two to three times daily for three months with taking the common diabetes drug metformin. Berberine was able to control blood sugar and lipid metabolism as effectively as metformin, with researchers describing it as a “potent oral hypoglycemic agent.”
Holistic herbs and supplements
- several times a day before or between meals mix a teaspoon of psyllium hulls in a large glass of water and drink immediately. This is to help clean out the intestinal tract and ensure two to three easy bowel movements each day.
- Fenugreek tends to delay the absorption of foods and this improves the sugar regulation
- Jerusalem artichoke in small amounts has a beneficial effect on liver, pancreas and kidneys. If available, eat one about the size of an egg grated in salad every other day or less with mild diabetes. In larger amounts it may cause wind due to the indigestible, fructose-based polysaccharide inulin. Store J. artichokes in moderately dry soil, they quickly deteriorate in the refrigerator.
- Sunshinecan increase insulin production and improve blood sugar regulation. Preferably expose your unprotected skin to sunlight for 5 – 15 minutes several times a week. Do not use sunscreen during this time and leave off glasses or sunglasses.
- Stressincreases adrenalin levels and this in turn reduces the effectiveness of insulin. Therefore, try to avoid obvious stress and in addition learn relaxation and meditation exercises and practise daily. Also use suitable affirmations in a relaxed or meditative state. A frequent stress is exposure to electromagnetic radiation in the bedroom,
- When you cook food, you lose 50% of the protein, 70-80% of the vitamins and minerals and close to 100% of phytonutrients
- Improves insulin sensitivity,
- Reduces stress hormone cortisol
- Speeds metabolism
- Builds muscle that increases basal metabolic rate
- Improves memory and concentration
- Reduces risk of heart attack and stroke
- Reduces inflammation
- Boosts detoxification
- Balances hormones
- Reduces cancer risk
- Improves sexual function
About the liver
- The liver gets rid of excess blood glucose
- One of the liver’smany jobs is regulating blood sugar, but fat in the liver makes that organ less responsive to insulin, leaving too much glucose in the blood, which can lead to type 2 diabetes.
hot castor oil packs
- over the liver and upper abdomen. Liberally apply castor oil to this area, cover with a woollen rag and keep warm with a hot water bottle for about two hours. Add more layers of rag or newspaper as required to prevent the skin becoming too hot. Do this on and off for several weeks. It helps further to take a tablespoon of olive oil at bedtime to stimulate the release of bile and accumulated toxins, which are then flushed out the next morning with Epsom salts and garlic drink.
- Prior to your flush:
- Drink at least 32 oz. of apple juice per day for six days. The malic acid in the apple juice softens gallstones and makes their passage through the bile ducts smooth and easy. Some people experience mild bloating or diarrhea. Much of this is actually stagnant bile released by the liver and gallbladder, indicated by a brownish/yellow color stool.
- Drink the apple juice slowly throughout the day, between meals. Avoid drinking the juice during, just before or in the first two hours after meals, and in the evenings. In addition, drink 6-8 8 oz. glasses of water a day.
- On the 6th day, drink the 32 ounces of apple juice in the morning. If you feel hungry in the morning, eat a light breakfast such as oatmeal. Avoid sugar or other sweeteners, spices, milk, butter, oils, yogurt, cheese, ham, eggs, nuts, pastries, cold cereals, and the like. Fruit or fruit juices are fine. For lunch eat plain cooked or steamed vegetables with white rice. Do not eat anything after 12:00 p.m. You may drink water or fresh juice as much as you like.
- Do not have any fluids after 6:30 PM. Give your stomach time to empty all fluids to avoid the olive oil floating to the top and your chances of nausea will be greatly reduced.
- 7:00 p.m. drink:
- ¼ cup EVOO
- 2 tablespoons of lemon juice
- Repeat every 15 minutes until entire pint of EVOO is consumed
- As you begin to have bowl movements, check for small gallstones that look pea-green or tan in color. Try to keep an estimation as to how many stones you pass during the flush.
- 10:30 a.m. the next morning, you may drink freshly squeezed fruit juice. Half hour later, you may eat one or two pieces of fresh fruit. One hour later you may eat light food. By the evening or the next morning you should be back to normal and feel the first signs of improvement. Continue to eat light meals during the following 2-3 days. Remember, your liver and gallbladder have undergone major “surgery”, albeit without the harmful side effects or the expense.
- After doing a cleanse of any kind, it is a good idea to reestablish proper gut flora by ingesting probiotics. Research suggests that soil based probiotics work best for intestinal health. Fermented foods such as kimchi and sauerkraut are excellent sources. Be sure to make your own. Store brands have been pasteurized, thereby killing all the beneficial probiotics. Probiotic supplements can be purchased for convenience, but are costlier and most likely not as effective.
- Detoxifying herbs: N-Acetylcysteine (NAC), Milk Thistle (Silymarin), Alpha Lipoic Acid (ALA), Curcumin (found in turmeric). Omega-3, selenium, folate, b6 and b12, and foods with a high sulphur content, including – garlic, onions, broccoli, kale and cabbage have also been shown to increase levels of glutathione (liver detoxifying molecule).
- Rebuilding herbs: green tea, avocados, walnuts, turmeric, dandelion root for constipation,
- artichoke leaf, ginger, clove, cinnamon, burdock root and horsetail, parsley root and juniper berries.
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