CAUTION: If you decide to use any of these products, it isimportant that you check with your physician first and that youmonitor your blood sugar carefully. We have experimented withall of these products, and many of them do lower high blood sugarlevels. These ideas are intended mainly for Diabetes II.

Diet should be adequate in protein and low in starches and sugars. The goal is moderateprotein (around 3 ounces of protein foods three times a day forwomen, 4 ounces for men) with lots of non-starchy vegetables, andlittle or concentrated carbohydrates such as grains, pasta,rice, potatoes, fruit, sugar and so on. Many diabetics are sensitive to wheat and should avoid it. Avoid polyunsaturated junkoils like canola, etc. So deep fried foods such as French fries and chips should be avoided.No margarine. See the Smith article below for more on junk oils. Butter, coconut and olive oil aregood. Specific foods can raise blood sugar if you are sensitive orallergic to them. Identify which foods, if any, raise your bloodsugar. These foods may not always be carbohydrates.

Pure Water: A good amount is 1/2 ounce per day per pound of body weight.Ask you doctor if there is any reason that you should not drink this much.

Impaired digestion is an issue with diabetics (as it is with other chronicconditions). One result is that they do not have free aminoacids available. This causes all kinds of problems. Platinum PlusEssential Amino Acids at the rate of 2 three times a day on an emptystomach should be considered. If the sulfur that they contain is notneeded, substitute Essential Amino Acids because they are cheaper.

A good multivitamin-mineral product that supplies balancedamounts of zinc, copper, manganese, magnesium, chromium, andvitamin E, without too much iron or synthetic B vitamins should be used. "Oxygenic B" is a good choice. "Oxygenic K" or other Nutri-Specsupplements can also be used if test results show a need.

Herbal products that contain glucose lowering herbs and othernutrients include Diaplex, Diabend, Diabetone, Bio Gymnema, Glucobiotic Supreme,Glucosim, GlucoTrim (or Banaba), Tangitrol, and Glucoach can be triedto see which works best.

Glucoach Is a Transfer Factor product and it contains transfer factorsthat are targeted to the needs of diabetics. It also has herbal ingredientsthat lower blood sugar.

Coenzyme Q10 at the rate 100 mg per day should be considered.

Fatty acids such as omega-3 from fish oil and omega-6 fatty acidsfrom borage oil, or evening primrose oil, etc. CLA may lower blood sugar.Grass fed beef is a good source. Coconut oil is a good oil too.

A full spectrum digestive enzyme such as Enriching Gifts Plant Enzymescan be used at the rate of 3-4 at the beginning of each meal. This will help digest food and also help prevent red blood cells from sticking together. This will improve circulation. If red blood cells are still sticky, consider "Pleo-Muc", Megahydrin, Halox, Nattokinase or Vitalzym X.

Betaine hydrochloride with pepsin: A high percentage of diabeticsdo not make enough stomach acid to adequately digest protein or absorbminerals and B12. Consider one capsule during meals.

Gingko Biloba to help maintain good circulation.

Pathogens - Dr. Clark states that Pancreatic flukes and the HA virus, are present in diabetics. Viruses cause,among other things, sticky blood. The fluke may be a carrier for the virus. "Para" or the Dr. Hulda Clark program can be used along withzapping or Rife frequencies. For the fluke, you can use 421,000 +/- 1000 Hz. Or, you can use 1642-1650 Hz. It has been reported that treating aflatoxin at 177,188 Hz (or 1384) helps lower blood sugar.

Chemicals: It is vital to avoid methanol fromcommercial foods and beverages that contain "NutraSweet". Methanol is also a contaminant in countless packaged, canned and bottled items. Kojic acid prevents the body from detoxifying methanol. It is found in gray spots in potatoes and in some coffee.

Rife frequencies such as 787, 2128, 4200, 5000, and 10,000 are reported to reduce blood sugar.

Thomas Smith's excellent article on diabetes and toxic fats and oils