Controlling Blood Sugar W/o Drugs

Posted by W (Anonymous) on 02/06/2012

Ted, I have Type 2 diabetes, and have had sarcoma cancer, which resulted in the loss of my leg. My blood sugar is out of control and I do not want to take the pharmaceutical approach to control this if possible. I have seen my friends dad pass away from liver failure from the use of these drugs for a long time. I want to know what can I do? I know there is no magic pill but do believe that this can be controlled or even reversed. Please help.

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
391 posts

The best ways to control sugar that I have seen actual blood sugar to reduce consistently is gymnema slyvester 400 mg and chromium 500 to 1000 mcg. As people age is older, such as 50 or older they also need DHEA, 25 mg a day for men, but 12.5 mg x 2 for women and melatonin taken at night at 5 to 10 mg. Once the sugar is reduced the immune system picks up and controls cancer, but wheat intake, carbohydrates of all kinds, especially high sugar fruits do not help at all. The best way to control diet is actually to get a blood glucose meter and measure sugar after meals, preferably 1 hour after meals. Ideally after meals it should be less than 110 mg/dL, but ideally below 100 mg/dL, fasting blood sugar below 90 mg/dL. The gymnema dose required is taken at least 12 hours apart or 2 times per day. Chromium is taken preferably 500 mcg x 2 or 1000 mcg, preferably chromium chloride or chromium polynicotinate.

Cancer is sugar dependent, and soy protein and whey protein, also soy milk preferably no sugar, or sugar not exceed above 4% works the best, under no conditions that it has any high fructose corn syrup, or any fructose, and especially d-ribose, those are the most dangerous kinds of sugar for cancer growth. Green apples, carrots, and broccoli are common stable diets for all cancer, and lime juice is considered helpful for most cancers, especially brain cancer. Oat bran supplies the body with much needed butyric acid, which converts cancer cells into normal cells and can be taken 3 times a day as a meal, or at least twice a day if necessary.

You cannot consume hydrogenated vegetable oils, but real butter, preferably raw grass fed butter is helpful, and on occasions, some flaxseed oil is considered helpful.