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Cheryl

3/27/2019
7:56:29 AM

Hi Robin,

I love the name of your thread. It says a whole lot with just a few words.

So sorry you lost your original post! I have lost one or two of mine also. It's awful when that happens. Now when I make a long post, I copy it, hit "Post Response", and then paste the copy in an email to myself. That way if Mel does not receive my post, I can go into my email, copy the post I saved, and paste it in the thread to try again.

That might not help you, as you said that you lost your post when you hit the wrong button. But I have actually done something like that too. If you hit the button to go back to the previous page qick enough, your long post might just still be there. This has worked for me at least twice.

It's great that you have decided to become a part of this community. It's always nice to hear you on the calls. I'm glad the tips you received on how to help your eyes feel better helped a lot.

I'm not diabetic, but I would trust John's wisdom concerning that. He has been working with the toxic disease community for years, and has a wealth of knowledge and experience. If you are already doing what he suggested, and it's working without you having a negative reaction, chances are your healing is not being affected.

I know you must have already talked to Mel concerning your diabetes. Maybe you could discuss it with him some more, and go over what John said with him. Maybe that would help put your mind at ease.

You definitely want to try to avoid being anxious as much as possible. Stress causes your body to make cortisol, which will be worse for you in the long run than a few strawberries. One thing this disease feeds on is cortisol.

So if you begin doing something regarding your diabetes while on the protocol, and it needs some tweaking as you go along; Mel, John, and other kind people like Maria and Deanna, will give you suggestions as you move forward in your journey.

Lamentations 3:22 (NIV)

Because of the Lord’s great love we are not consumed, for His compassions never fail.

Cheryl
Deanna

3/22/2019
10:09:04 AM
Deanna Was Our First Angel

Hi Robin,

I am not a diabetic but my daughter has had Type 1 Diabetes for almost 20 years, she was diagnosed 1 month before her 12th birthday. It was a sad time in our lives for sure "but" definitely taught us both MANY things including discipline with BOTH food and lifestyle.

The important thing to remember is ALL carbohydrates turn into sugar during the digestive process. So does ANYONE including someone with diabetes need white processed sugar in their diets??? Absolutely NOT!!! We ALL do however, need to choose good and nutritious carbs to eat... vegetables are number one for us when healing from a toxic disease and at some point small amounts of fruit can be added too!!! Typically these fruits are green apples, blueberries & strawberries but again only small amounts and it's best to talk to Mel about when to add them.

Lastly, as I know you know, carbs will raise your blood sugar... BUT again an important thing to remember is that protein will help keep it elevated and fiber will also help keep your blood sugar level regulated as well... so be sure you're getting a good carb/protein/fiber ratio in your diet.

If you're not yet using Logos Renaissance Activated Whey Protein, I would definitely recommend you add that to your daily routine, ASAP!!!

Also you can google foods high in protein and fiber and low in carbs and then choose our Protocol friendly foods from that list.

I hope this helps in someway!!!

Love, Peace & MANY Prayers,
Deanna



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