11/21/15 So this morning, getting up (as usual) where I do most of my deeper contemplation, I started asking why yesterday I got a reading I considered high, but my body said would be in the healthy range. I’ve tried that before but usually found there was something more that was needed for addressing functional issues with my pancreas and so thought it meant, healthy for what my pancreas was capable of, or something.
But this morning I pushed further into it, because by all accounts, my pancreas is healed, the physical aspect and nerve and nerve ability to function are all testing fixed. So why then this dichotomy??
And a picture of my glucose tester popped into my head. Was it the tester was wrong? Got a strong yes on that. So the 171 I got yesterday should have been 150–still a bit high, but definitely better than 171. Anyway, I figured out that those meters are all programmed to give false too high readings if it gets above 115. And proportional to how much higher, so a reading of a 290 would be more likely to add 40 whereas a reading of 150 would add 15 or 20. So of course, you’ll take more insulin.
But I couldn’t figure out how you’d keep from overdosing on insulin then, when I had a hunch that something in the insulin itself was impairing the body from using it’s own insulin properly. Asked–yup. It ended up that something interfered with the pancreases ability to accurately assess what insulin was actually needed, making it think less was needed than actually was. And also it interfered with the body’s ability to deal with glucose. Not fructose, just glucose. So you would in fact probably need more insulin and be far less likely to go too low.
I knew something was wrong about the pharmaceutical’s version of ‘insulin’ from the start. It felt bad to even look at. Not like spooky2 bad, but still a sense of danger. Once I discovered the nanobots in it, I thought maybe that was it. But it still felt bad, like there was more. And there is. Always good to get confirmation that my gut is right.
And more over, it has an addictive quality that makes you have neuropathy type feelings if you don’t get your daily fix. I always thought is was neuropathy when I missed a dose, but sometimes I’d get it when I knew my blood Sugar surely wasn’t high enough, because I hadn’t eaten enough to warrant using much insulin.
So I’d do a tap for neuropathy which normally works perfectly but those kinds of ‘neuropathy’ episodes often only sorta went away–meaning I wasn’t tapping for all the involved reasons. I never investigated further because it went away enough to be bearable.
So, the pharmaceutical cartel strikes again. I’m at a loss for words for a name suitable to call these monsters. Most folks would never know, and be insulin dependant for life, because it’d be impossible to know about or deal with this stuff without muscle testing and EFT.
I wonder now, how many people didn’t in fact have high blood sugar/diabetes to begin with but showed as having it because of the lying test formats and basically ‘insulined’ themselves right into having it when they never really did. Plus the added pain from the addictive toxin that creates a whole higher level of neuropathy pain to convince them.
I of course am weaning myself off insulin starting today since if I stop cold turkey I get a yes that the pain, while tappable, will get pretty bad, plus you can run the risk of your blood Sugar getting way too high as the interference with your pancreas doesn’t wear off immediately. But it appears to be a short amount of time, like caffeine so I can lower my usage by 5 units every 3rd day or so. I can’t wait.
Also whatever toxin(s) involved also appears to have been interfering with my nerve growth and ability to use the new nerves and makes my tendinitis worse. Plus messing with the body’s weight regulating mechanisms–I’ve gain a few pounds in the last couple years, when before using insulin my weight had been the same for years.
11/19/15 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 steadily 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 whiff 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 been mimicking the real amino acid and my body has used it as it would real insulin proteins to help rebuild the lost nerves and rebuild the weakened muscles. 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 was just sitting there, unusable by my body to build further which was a big part of 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 detoxing/rebuilding should be much quicker, and this time actually work. 🙂
12/21/15 So it’s been a month now and I been off insulin 3 weeks. The detoxing aka pulling it out of wherever it was used to rebuild any nerve, muscle, organ etc. that’s needed fixing in the last 2 and a half years has been a lot more extensive than I imagined, and it hurts! One night, pain in right shoulder (It’s gotten strained and pulled a couple of times from overuse) was just aching, I inquired and indeed it was my body pulling the residue out of the injury site because it used it to rebuild the injuries.
Apparently the residue was so plentiful, it was easier to use than the real stuff, so in every stinking place my ‘recovery’ rebuilt or healed anything, (as far as it could go, since this crap can’t be built on), it’s having to pull it all out, and without any kind of numbing. So while I can tap to stop the pain, it has to stop the removal process to do so. kind of a catch 22., but it really needs to be gotten out, so some suffering is apparently inevitable. Blah.
I’ve asked for the removal process to go as gently as possible, and do as much of it while asleep as possible, but that pulling out also causes those (can be quite bad) muscle cramps i noticed earlier on, but have gotten worse, so it can really hurts. The least comfortable is what appears to be referred pain, on my left temple area that’s from dealing with clearing the rebuilt nerves in my brain from the stroke. I’ve had to stop that one a lot. That kind of pain really interferes with my thinking about stuff. 😦
My sweetie’s was working long hours (didn’t get to bed until 7:30am-ish), the first week or so of the start of the detox. I’d been waking up with a sore throat and feeling like a herd of muddy footed elephants have run through my mouth. He was acting quite withdrawn after that first week. I bugged him about it till he confessed he’d had a headache waking up for the last week that eventually cleared a number of hours later, so he was crabby.
He attributed it to the long hours (he’s pretty freaked out by me stopping that ‘insulin’ crap) and so wouldn’t believe it was the toxic fumes, but the next morning I asked about him having a headache, as I was getting up. After he’d admitted to it, we tapped for the headache being from those fumes, and voila’, the head ache went away. And again the next day and for a couple more. I hate to think if he’d been sleeping there for 8+ hours instead the 3 or 4 he was because of the long hours. This crap is nasty! My body isn’t rebuilding anything until all of it is removed, which I’m being told is still at least a week out. So while I have an underlying sense of relief in my body, it’s going to have to rebuild all that.
And I’m realizing the glucometer doesn’t even test your current blood sugar, except the first month. It makes it’s reading from the averages of readings made from previous 30 day increments. That’s why it stores 500 days worth of those readings, even though you can only access 30. And then falsely reports a level of blood sugar that would be comparable to the average of your previous falsified readings.
If any of those readings have the insulin residue in them, it switches over to the higher insulin needful version. It’s soooo rigged! I still am working out the details—but the level of computers these day not only are programmable for a variety of trickery, but also size. A LOT of trickery can be fit into a very small space. If you wonder what some research money really goes for, look no further.
It’s definitely stopped the regeneration’s younging me up progress as a bit of turkey neck has returned. And that dar brown hair spot has lightened a bit. All and all though, I’d rather be rid of this vile residue no matter what. 😦