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23 Sep 2012 18:55 #23900 by bird
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hi,

that`s what i was saying,....


going raw ofcourse it`s beautiful for your body..
and ofcourse your sugar level will be OK
but that means RAW food raw vegies!
if you start taking anything else,your bloodsugar will go up again.
I have diabetis 1,they say its caused by a virus...
so maybe mms can help...

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23 Sep 2012 19:21 #23901 by blueboy
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Bird,

I know we have been through this but in my experience you do not need to stick to a raw food diet 100%, I probably eat 50% raw these days. I avoid Dairy, meat, coffee and Alcohol. I have had several freinds come off there medication now with a diet change and MMS.

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24 Sep 2012 21:55 #23950 by bird
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thanx blueboy!

for how long are you taking mms,and your friends?

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25 Sep 2012 03:46 #23972 by KennethWalter
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I recently came upon MMS and FGHP therapy at the same time. And NOW more recently, I stumbled into old therapies, like turpentine!
And I always support peoples right to choose whichever therapy they see fit to take!
augmentinforce.50webs.com/Turpentine%20Therapy.htm
youtube- daniels, why turpentine is good for your health most excellent info with instructions and warnings for proper preparation prior to using turp should you choose to do so.
diamond g in georgia was the best turp I found.
www.biologicaltherapeutics.com/documents/Scientists%20Trace.pdf
also check out the borax conspiracy about arthritis, worth your time to read.

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01 Nov 2012 05:58 #25798 by skiangel
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I was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at age 37. This was shortly after I took a very strong antibiotic called accutain. Of course, I was also under a lot of stress in my life at that time. I had read that diabetes could be caused by the bovine pancreatic fluke, so I went to Sask. for Royal Rife treatments. It did not work and I now have hypothyroid as well. I have been taking more iodine since I read an article on here. However, since I seem to have autoimmune issues, maybe iodine is the wrong thing for me? I am not sure exactly what to ask my doctor as to the type of thyroiditis I have. I've gone from 120 lbs to 160 (although I am 5'9" so that's not too bad yet). We are also dealing with hep. C. There is so much to read on this site. We are using CDS made with 8 drops of each in a cap floated in a 500 ml receptor and then added to another 500ml water the next day and taking 4 oz. every couple of hours. Should we be taking MMS instead or some other protocol?

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01 Nov 2012 15:13 #25821 by pam
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ski angel, you're doing the traditional 1000 protocol, using the CDS equivalent dosing. You may at some point want to increase the dosing - which would be fine. Just add more drops to your batch, or drink more per serving.

You may need to go onto 2000 - you can make that assessment at some point - and even possibly go onto 3000. I don't know if you have Jim Humble's book, but the first 50 pages or so are a free download, and he talks on page 25 (of the PDF book) about protocols for liver problems.

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01 Nov 2012 16:43 #25830 by skiangel
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It depends on whether you have type 1 or type 2 diabetes whether or not the raw food diet will help. With type 2, your body has become immune to the insulin because there are too many simple carbs in your diet. If you eat a very strict diet of mostly veggies and low glycemic foods with lots of fibre (but not grains, particularly wheat, that cause inflammation)your body will not have to produce as much insulin and will start recognizing it again.
With type 1 diabetes, the pancreas is damaged and not producing enough insulin. This can be caused by an infection or parasite, so I am hoping CDS will deal with that.

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