Sugar Diabetes Out Of the Blue

 

 

 

By Atom Bergstrom

Atom’s Blog

“I’ve got a question for you,” a woman asked.

“I went to the doctor and had a complete run of tests.

“He said I was in perfect health.

“A month later, I broke a rib, and went back to him.

“He suggested we run all those tests again, and I said, ‘What for? We just did them.’

“He said, ‘Well, the insurance is paying for them. Let’s run them again.’

“He did, and he told me I had full-blown diabetes!

“How is that possible?

“How could I be in perfect health one month, and then have full-blown diabetes the next?”

“Easy,” I replied. “You broke your seventh or eighth rib on the left side.”

“How did you know that?” she exclaimed.

“There’s a diabetic point between those ribs.

“It’s both a Neuro-Lymphatic Point and one of the Chapman Reflexes.

“It’s associated with the Spleen-Pancreas Meridian.”

(Technically, it’s “the Chapman reflex for the pancreas located in the 7th intercostal space on the left.”)

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I didn’t go into my usual male-on-the-left, female-on-the-right routine because she wasn’t seeing me as a client.

Plus, who in their left-right mind would believe such a thing was possible?

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Diabetes relates to the Sugar Blues.

Adano Ley (Swami Nitty-Gritty) identified turquoise as Sugar Blue.

Turquoise “clears the head” of cerebral overkill (overthinking a situation) during and immediately after an accident.

Dinshah P. Ghadiali wrote …

“Lemon being the Cerebral Stimulant, by all rules of Spectro-Chrome Metry, Turquoise its Affinity, becomes automatically the Cerebral Depressant. Mental Overaction accompanied by rise in Temperature, succumbs to the Irradiation of Turquoise.”

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A wide back helps prevent diabetes.

Exercising the latissimus dorsi results in a wide, V-tapered “Cobra Back.”

It’s exercised by swimming, rowing, bowling, playing golf, chopping wood, walking with crutches, etc.

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Chinning puts the lats into peak contraction.

Pullovers put them into length contraction, allowing a beneficial stretch.

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My bodybuilding friend, Don Peters, back in the 1960s, looked like a hang glider when he did a Lat Spread.

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The trapezius muscles are also associated with the Spleen-Pancreas Meridian.

Barbell shrugs are the classic bodybuilding exercise for the traps.

Walking while letting the arms swing free activates the traps.
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'Sugar Diabetes Out Of the Blue' have 3 comments

  1. February 27, 2017 @ 3:03 pm Atom

    Re: What’s your take on the Ketogenic Diet?

    Well, I’m the Yes No Maybe Guy, but, when it comes to Keto, I’m siding with Drs. Nicholas Gonzalez& Robert Atkins.

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    Nicholas Gonzalez, M.D. (“The Ketogenic diet and cancer,” One Radio Network, Nov. 6, 2013) wrote …

    “Unknown to most, even within the alternative world, my friend Bob Atkins tried the ketogenic diet for some 12 years on many of his cancer patients, with no significant success as he reported to me. As a telling point, under the name ‘Dr. Robert Atkins’ on Amazon, one will find dozens of books he authored including his original diet book, its many incarnations and editions, along with books on vitamins, minerals — but glaringly absent, no book on cancer. Yes, the ketogenic diet has been tried before, with cancer patients, and without success.”

    According to the same source …

    “If deprived of oxygen, stem cells happily will turn to glycolysis as the main source of ATP energy. In an oxygen rich environment, I believe these stem cells can adapt accordingly, recoupling at least to some extent glycolysis to the citric acid cycle and electron transport, with great efficiency, and in terms of cancer, with deadly results.”

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    https://oneradionetwork.com/health-articles/the-ketogenic-diet-and-cancer-part-8-of-8-2-article/

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  2. February 27, 2017 @ 3:22 pm Atom

    People have been concerned about the little amount of acrylamide that could form on a baked potato.

    Meanwhile, some of the same folks have been taking acrylamide as a daily supplement in the form of activated charcoal.

    Baking a potato at 400° Fahrenheit can’t hold a candle to baking carbonaceous source materials at up to 2,192° Fahrenheit.

    http://solartiming.com/store–e-books.php

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  3. February 27, 2017 @ 3:25 pm Atom

    Re: What if someone’s favorite color is red since early childhood? Is there any trauma connection?

    The original RED “change of lifestyle” trauma is the sperm leaving the testes.

    Imagine millions of sperm living together cooperatively, and you are one of them.

    Suddenly, all these sperm are shot out of the testes, and a voice over a loudspeaker announces …

    “Good luck to all you contestants in the Testes to Ovum Marathon. The first one to reach the ovum survives. All the rest of you will die. May the best sperm win.”

    You swim like a bass out of hell and manage to reach the ovum first, then have to shut the door in the faces of all your former companions.

    The second RED “change of lifestyle” trauma is childbirth.

    RED traumas usually get a lot easier after those two are “cleared” and integrated.

    http://www.sunsyncnutrition.com/color_theraphy.php

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