Posts Tagged ‘diabetes’
September 26, 2010
My uncle had a late dinner. He ate some beets, which under the normal circumstances, a diabetic should not do, especially that late at night. Instead of his sugar being high, the next morning he tested in the upper 70’s!
September 30, 2010
My uncle saw the Coumadin doctor again, who still did not believe that it was possible for his levels to be where they are without the use of drugs. He’s to return again in two weeks. Every day his sugar test looks better and better.
October 9-12, 2010
Columbus Day weekend we were able to see my uncle for the first time since he found out he had cancer (we live about 1500 miles away). We attended the fair in Sandwich, NH, and as much as he wanted to cheat and buy a hamburger, he did not. It took great discipline to avoid all that wonderful smelling food. Maybe fried food does not tempt everybody, but it does him.
We came back to the family campgrounds for a wonderful turkey dinner my aunt had started before we left. I had brought along some green beans from our garden and added it to the meal.
I enjoyed seeing all the paper work with his diet. The details of the SWAMI are awesome. They list all the foods for defeating cancer as well as the foods that cause it to grow. I helped answer some of his questions about the diet and smooth out a few details.
The castor oil compress fascinated me the most because anyone can and should do this. Buy cold-pressed castor oil so it does not go rancid and soak a piece of pure cotton or pure wool in it. Warm the cloth and lay it across your abdomen. Place a piece of plastic wrap on top of it and cover it with a heat pad or hot water bottle. Keep it on for an hour.
This castor oil compress can help cure:
Ovarian cysts (non-malignant)
Elevated liver enzymes
Irritable bowel syndrome
Gall bladder inflammation
Low white blood cell count from chemotherapy
My Uncle looks excellent—as good as or better than he did a year ago. One would never know he is battling cancer. You do not need to suffer for years with cancer. You can live a normal life, as your body fights it off naturally. You do not have to be sick and throwing up from the time you of diagnosis until remission, or death.
The last evening there, my uncle’s son came over for a few moments. They were talking about whether cheating at the fair would have been a good idea or not. My cousin was quick to chime in, “No, Dad, don’t cheat.” I was glad to see that my uncle has good support from close family as he goes with alternative medicine and the genotype diet.