Once you bury diabetes
or any other health challenge, you can then start living a sweet life. What is a sweet life? It is of course, the opposite of a sour and unhealthy life. This includes both mentally and physically. The mind (brain) needs to be receiving the right nutrients, exercise, and proper amounts of rest. The brain is composed of neurons (nerve cells) and supporting cells called neuralgia. It is the main center for regulating and coordinating body functions. It not only regulates circulation and respiration, but it’s where sensory impulses are received. It’s even where judgment, reason, thoughts, memory, emotions (good and bad) take place. Basically, if you are conscious right now (and I hope you are), you will be able to read this article and store it in your memory part of the brain. Once the brain is in a healthy state, then the physical body will surely follow. I love how that works! Our brain now knows we can live a sweet life!
Our physical human bodies can be quite complex. Your circulatory system is composed of blood vessels and heart. The heart is an astonishing organ. Did you know that the majority of frequent forms of heart disease are not from the heart tiring but from a lack in the supply of proper nutrients? The course begins with the development of fat along the walls of major blood vessels. The formation of sticky plaque comes from cholesterol and calcium. Once this happens, you have hardening of the arteries (atherosclerosis) and the plaque may partially or totally block the blood’s flow through an artery. If this happens, a heart attack or stroke may take place. What are the risk factors for heart disease? Hypertension (high blood pressure), high cholesterol and/or elevated triglycerides, high LDL (low-density lipoproteins), low HDL (high-density lipoproteins), cholesterol, diabetes and obesity (especially abdominal fat), smoking, and physical inactivity.
A cerebrovascular accident (stroke) is like a heart attack to the brain. This occurs when an artery that supplies blood to the brain is blocked or bursts by a blood clot. Heart disease even places an individual at greater risk for a stroke. Your genetic makeup, such as blood type, can influence all who will develop the disease. Even though all blood types (O, A, B, AB) can develop heart disease, each appears to do so for diverse reasons. Once you know your blood type and your own individual risk factors, you can make suitable choices in your meal plan and lifestyle that will greatly diminish your risks. For example, Blood Types O and B, the main risk factor for heart disease is not so much the fat in the food as the fat on the individual. Basically, this is called carbohydrate intolerance. When these individuals eat the wrong foods for their blood type, they gain weight, which just so happens to be a major risk factor for heart disease. In regard to Blood Types A and AB, the main risk for heart disease is elevated cholesterol. Do you know your blood type? I believe it is imperative that you know your blood type for various reasons. Everyone recognizes how important it is, when they need a transfusion. Your blood type is the key to your body’s complete immune system. Were you aware that a single drip of your blood contains the entire genetic code of you? Yes, the DNA blueprint is not only intact but replicated throughout your blood. The life is in the blood! I have been studying this for a long time. Recently, I became FIFHI (Fellow Institute for Human Individuality) certified for Blood Type Metabolically Profiling. I received this certificate from the Institute for Human Individuality and Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine and Health Sciences in Tempe, Arizona.
Let’s say I decide to have you over for dinner and (I know your blood type) serve you food that makes you feel great! You have so much energy you want to go out and party! I also could serve you food that is not right for your blood type and soon you would want a nap. Your blood sugars would increase and soon you feel brain fogged. Now, you feel so mentally unfocused, you don’t even remember all of our conversations. You even ask me to repeat what I said earlier. As the evening approaches, you start to feel bloated and your stomach hurts. Then you ask me where my bathroom is. At this point, you feel so sick and lethargic you want to lock yourself in the bathroom. No, it has nothing to do with pulling your black leather pants up! My bathroom is now considered a toxic waste zone. Worse yet, your body has proteins called lectins (which come from foods and supplements) that are interacting with your cells of your blood type. In this particular situation, the food you just ate was harmful to your cells. You are feeling the side effects from the bad lectins. This is why all my clients and I follow the blood type program. We all choose to live a “sweet life!” You can, too!
The next day, I decide to go for a run with a friend. She is a Blood Type A and I’m an O. We are both physically fit. I insist that we run 5 miles and she wants to stop after 3 miles. You are probably thinking, what is wrong with her? Is she sick? No, it’s her blood type. Since she is a Blood Type A, her overall fitness plan depends on engaging in regular aerobic exercise but more importantly, it must include calming exercises. This is why Blood Type A’s do so well with yoga, pilates, and T’ai Chi. Walking lowers their stress levels and is considered to be the best form of exercise for keeping blood sugars in a normal range. More than any other blood type, Blood Type O’s need regular, intense physical exercise to sustain good health and emotional stability. This is why running, aerobics, kickboxing, cycling, and weight training work so well for them. If you are a Blood Type B, you need a balance of moderate aerobic and stress-reducing exercises. You will feel good playing tennis, golf, swimming, cycling, hiking, in combination with pilates, yoga, and T’ai Chi. If you are Blood Type AB, you have the digestive tract and circulatory system of an A, immune structure like a B and the stress response of an O. You really need a good mix of calming and intense physical exercise. For example, you could do cycling for 45-60 minutes, three times a week, and weight lifting for 30 minutes, two times a week. Just be sure to do some yoga or relaxing exercises as well. Working out physically for your blood type and staying stress-free is sure to keep you living “a sweet life!”
I just received the following lab report, dated June 6, 2007, for a client. The lab did a Lipid Panel (Cholesterol Test) with the following breakdown:
Test Name In Range Reference Range
Triglycerides 54 <150 mg/dL
Total Cholesterol 171 125-200 mg/dL
HDL Cholesterol 90 >OR = 40 mg/dL
LDL Cholesterol 70 <130 mg/dL (calc)
Cholesterol ratio 1.9 OR = 5.0 (calc)
Do you think this client has Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes? Nope! According to this test, they are extremely healthy and could even be a marathon runner! Take a look at the low triglycerides and the high HDL (good) cholesterol. Why in the world would this person ever become a client of mine? Because I’m the client and this is my latest cholesterol test. I buried Type 1 diabetes 28 years ago, and live a healthy and happy lifestyle! I’m truly living a “sweet life” and you can, too! Come join me!