ANIMALS NAME: Simba
BREED: European Shorthair
COLOURING: Tortoise Shell
AGE: 15 Years
DIAGNOSIS: Diabetes, July 2016
How Young When Vaccinated Initially, Cocktail: Unknown
Vaccinated When Flown Internationally, Cocktail: June 2015
Neutered / Spayed, when: Yes, unknown
Microchipped: Yes, April 2013
Medications, Current: None
Neurotoxin: Flea and Tick: None
Chemical Dewormers: None
My experience with diabetes is personal. When we moved internationally, from The Netherlands to Canada, our cat, dearest Simba, developed this imbalance after eight months, July 2016.
I wish I knew then what I know now, as I think I would be able to heal her. We almost had her off insulin, down to 0.25 units, and running by herself again, and then she passed. I was devastated.
The purpose of the case study is to pass along everything I learned. Diabetes is a huge imbalance in the body as it can be life threatening. When you know nothing about the imbalance, then the information provided can seem overwhelming when your animal is diagnosed.
My hope is this case study stream lines this information in a very comprehensive way, with my learning experiences noted, providing the information about what I would do differently with what I know now.
Disclaimer: It is important to note this Case Study does in no way, shape or form guarantee a reversal of this imbalance. This is shared information only.
It is assumed by many and propagated by most pet healthcare professionals that diabetes cannot be healed, but this is not true. The body is designed to heal. It is about figuring out the puzzle, dismantling the blocks, usually these are toxins and food driving the imbalance. Emotional trauma may also be at play.
While addressing the above, the strategy in the meantime has the body receiving enough insulin in a timely manner to maintain the body within the “normal range” as much as possible. This is called tight regulation. This is not operating on a bell curve, which is how mainstream medicine is trained.
To my knowledge, this method was implemented and practised by Elizabeth Hodgkins, DVM in the early 2000’s. She wrote her book in 2007, “Your Cat” whom she dedicated to her healed diabetic cat, Punkin. She stresses how important it is to keep the body in the normal range. Even elderly sick cats can heal their diabetes. If the body is not kept in the normal range, the pressure on the organs is too much and healing cannot take place.
If the body has been fed dry food or high carb wet food, then diet is a massive component here. A change in diet may very well allow the body to recalibrate back into balance relatively quickly. More on this.
Many success stories can be found here following the Tight Regulation Protocol: http://www.diabeticcatinternational.com
Many cats report healing within 3-4 months of diagnosis. Again, something has thrown the body off balance and it needs to clean and repair.
This is what we all want to know. For an animal to hold their blood glucose in the normal range 2.8-6.5 consistently for two weeks without external insulin, they are considered healed under tight regulation.
This is checked closely, taking the blood glucose (BG) reading randomly weekly for a few months. After this time frame has passed, with normal BG readings reported consistently, the animal is pretty much considered back in balance.
Simba adopted us around 8 years of age in January 2012, during a snow storm in Denmark. We have no idea what was in her system prior to us and the damage this may have caused. I know she was being fed as a stray, Whiskers, a complete garbage food, full of sugar and chemicals, loads of toxins. She was overweight and really rough looking.
We immediately converted her to raw food. I remember following her down the street when she turned her nose up at the raw, as she was used to the sugar. At the time, I knew she knew where to source some. So, I followed her. For five days. She finally gave up, and began eating after the fifth day of this, and became a pretty hungry cat from that day forward.
It is so interesting as this was the same time frame witnessed converting a young autistic 4-year old girl onto real food from processed garbage, in the documentary, “The Magic Pill”. After five days of not eating, offered real food but declined to eat, she began eating “the good stuff”. The parents literally could not stop her. The body was so nutrient deprived. And this was a kid that would not eat. The transformation in her whole being in 6 weeks was phenomena, her body, her mind, and her spirit. As was Simba’s.
Once the body gets the good stuff into it, the body starts cleaning and reshaping. It needs a good five days to allow the senses, the nose, the tongue and pallet to detox and finally recognize what real food is I believe. It is very cool to watch the transition. It is a shame I did not document her shifts.
What a crystal she turned out to be. Very refined and extremely proud of herself indeed. Beautiful, beautiful cat under all the toxicity.
Simba was microchipped, which I would not do now I know better. Very sorry I did this to her. No pharmaceuticals went in the body at this time. However, prior to flying she was required to be vaccinated, this may very well have been her tipping point.
Flying for an aninmal is terrifying. It is the smells, the extrme noise, and the fact they have to loaded on and off the tarmac with the baggage adds to a pretty traumatic experience. Therefore, prior to flying, to try and curtail the trauma of moving, we prepped them as much as possible.
Simba was always an indoor / outdoor cat, no litter box ever. I believe she came to live with us because we did not impose boundaries. Only manners, which she learned, …..gradually. She could roar! Her freedom was paramount to her. We are very honoured to have had her in our lives.
The most immediate indicator of her diabetes based on my experience was drinking too much water, and weight loss. When I saw Simba drinking out of our ponds, this was a major alarm bell for me. She hardly ever drank water as her food had so much moisture (raw). This is when I looked more closely at her and realized she was dropping weight.
While we were trying to manage and heal the imbalance, vomiting was also an issue, constipation, and dandruff would come and go.
Vomiting was usually a sign of her blood glucose being much too low, too much insulin was in her system. This was a red flag to drop everything immediately, test her blood and get food into her. She also looked wobbly on her feet. This was another huge indicator.
Honey was used at one time to get her blood glucose back in the normal range when there was no time for food. If the animal drops too low, they become disorientated, and food is not an option at that point and time. Grab honey and swipe it on their gums fast. If they are lucid enough, they know they need to eat, they do not waste time.
I reached out to an enormous number of professionals, both conventional and homeopathic, over the three years to help her heal. What I learned was:
Do not allow constant kidney checks via urinalysis. These large needles going into the abdomen of the animal hurt. It hurts like $%^&*(, and every time we did this – the results were fine. So, it has to be dire, really dire before you put your animal through this trauma.
What the vets are constantly checking for is kidney failure as this is what kills all felines. But this is because of vaccines which are cultured in kidney cells. Veterinarians are not trained in vaccinology, this goes from pharma rep into your animal based on a schedule. The vaccines teach the feline immune system to attack its own kidney cells. This is why cats are dying and younger each year.
Also, I was told by one vet visit Simba might be senile. Something to do with the brain. This I knew to be completely untrue. So be careful you are not subjecting your animal to unnecessary tests. Every test causes trauma and every drug does damage.
It is my experience most veterinarians do not diagnose the type of diabetes. It is assumed Type II, Diabetes Mellitus. This means the body is able to produce insulin, it is just not producing enough or it is resisting insulin. The body is basically off balance.
This is a human chart. The same principles apply to animals. The only factor I do not agree with is the genetic predisposition. Based on Bruce Lipton’s work, everything can be healed, our genes do not need to dictate predisposition. The question becomes, has the body been detoxed enough from the parent’s toxicity, or is it just being managed in the system. This is a crucial element to understand. To question.
Under “Medicine” on the chart, vaccinations also need to be included. They are a shock to the system and if the toxic load is already too much, this could force the body into a diabetic state easily. No vaccinations should ever be given if your cat is diabetic, you will kill them. I invite the reader to read what I have discovered about vaccination here: https://animalsbodymindspirit.com/vaccinations/
Insulin is a hormone which is produced primarily by the pancreas. The liver can also produce insulin and help the body for a day or two but not long term.
The insulin is the key to unlock the cell so it may receive nutrients. Without this key, the cell will starve to death and die. In the meantime, the blood glucose will skyrocket as it has no where to go. The “door” has not been opened so to speak. The body will then begin to feed on it’s own muscle to survive. This is where the weight loss is witnessed.
A healthy body sits in the 2.6-6.3 mmol/L range in Canada/Europe and 50-115 mg/dL in the USA. This is the “excellent” range on the graph below. Any reading above this range, the body is not getting enough insulin. Any reading below, can potentially mean death. It is a fine art indeed keeping the body in the normal range with an external insulin source. This is referred to as tight regulation.
Mainstream medicine is not trained to do this. They manage diabetes on a bell curve and watch the lowest point, the peak of the insulin cycle. As long as the bell curve stays within acceptable parameters and the lowest point does not drop too low, they are happy. The issue is the longer the body swings like this and stays above the normal range, the more damage to the organs and the shorter the life span of the animal. Pain must also be a consideration here.
Below is Simba’s first curve outside the hospital. I did this at home and sent it into the veterinarian’s office. I was so new to all of this.
This was Simba on Prozinc, an insulin which did not agree with her. She was receiving 2.5 units per dose every 12 hours. Her curve is much too high at this point and time.These readings are all in the HYPERGLYCEMIC range. Ideally the numbers should all be below 8 with the NADIR, the lowest point of the blood glucose curve, which is also the peak of the insulin cycle, being in the green range, under 6.
This curve, “this state” is hurting her kidneys. She either needs new insulin, as this one does not suit her, or a higher dose of Prozinc. We ended up jumping onto the human insulin, Levemir, with the help of Diabetic Cats International(DCI). This is a great page for seeing ideal “curves” with explanations: http://sugarpet.net/mycurves.html
Looking at this chart above, the green area is where Tight Regulation focuses on achieving. Meaning you are supplying the body insulin as it needs it, not just thumping the body every 12 hours with a dose.
Hypo means UNDER. The numbers are too high. If the animal’s blood glucose spends too much time in the HIGH range – over 15, then the body will start to get ill as the cells cannot get food. You will see high thirst, vomiting, dehydration. This is called Ketoacidosis, and requires medical attention. The body does not have enough insulin, therefore, no key to unlock the cell to provide nutrients. Hydration may be required by a medical professional, with the body monitored back into a normal state.
Any reading under 2.0 means act FAST. Any reading in the normal range when insulin is due to be given, under Tight Regulation, means no insulin is given for example. The protocols are explained below under Tight Regulation to follow.
Hyper means ABOVE. The numbers are too high. If the animal’s blood glucose spends too much time in the HIGH range – over 15, then the body will start to get ill as the cells cannot get food. You will see high thirst, vomiting, dehydration. This is called Ketoacidosis, and requires medical attention. The body does not have enough insulin, therefore, no key to unlock the cell to provide nutrients. Hydration may be required by a medical professional, with the body monitored back into a normal state.
Again, if you are testing the blood glucose then you are able to see what is happening at all times and prevent this.
When an animal is diagnosed, you are taught to give insulin with food, always. This is because:
If the body is reporting a 4.0 at the end of a 12-hour cycle, a normal BG level, under Tight Regulation, no insulin is required. Under the “feed with food method” the shot goes in regardless of what the body is reporting, which is dangerous as the body is in the normal range, and it is presumed the food will counter this extra amount of insulin not needed by the body. This is not good for the body, nor healing the body. Am I explaining this well, I hope?
The issues with this system are:
Therefore, pet parents need to be trained on how to take the blood glucose reading in as painless way as possible, and learn how to chart and interpret this reading. Insulin should therefore, NEVER be given prior to obtaining this knowledge.
First, you need a meter. Most veterinarian’s use the Alpha track, but the strips are extremely costly at around $2.50/strip. Sometimes in one day you could end up using 5-6 strips, so it is costly.
You want to find a meter which measures human’s blood, and where the strips are under $1.00/pce. A lot of veterinarian’s use different meters, call around if you need to. Please do not use the FREESTYLE meter, this meter was grossly wrong in its readings we experienced.
When you find a meter you are comfortable with, I suggest you check it against your vet’s meter to make sure the readings are within 0.3 of their reading. Many veterinarians will not mention this however, I believe this is crucial for your animal’s safety. What is also important to know is:
I was never told this initially. If the codes do not match, the readings will not be accurate. There is always a code on the Test Strip Cannister, and it does change.
When I was sent home with syringes and needles, it was horrible for Simba and absolutely horrifying to me as I was required to prick this beautiful animal to get her readings. This is an art form, and not easy when you do not know what you are doing. And don’t particularly like needles. From my experience, this is not a YouTube learn as you go thing as you are causing pain with each prick.
Always approach this in a calm, loving way. Explaining to your cat what you are doing and why. I always showed Simba her reading too, and explained what it meant after I had taken her BG reading so she understood what we as a team were doing. Sometimes there was a high five for a job well done!! And then there is the “holy, moly, what is going on with you!”
Always use a different location on the ears. My suggestion is to use a sharp needle not the contraption that comes with the meter as this clicks, the lancet. The clicking is horrible. I found using 22G 1-inch needle (BD Precision), was the easiest and quickest on the ear. The higher the gauge, the thinner the needle. The goal is to find something that gives you the blood with minimal pain.
Example for needles: https://www.bd.com/en-us/offerings/capabilities/syringes-and-needles/conventional-syringes-and-needles/conventional-needles/view-ordering-information (I bought these at the vet office initially then called around for prices.)
Here is a page providing a great example of collecting blood: http://sugarpet.net/bloodtst.html
Once pricked and the blood taken for the reading, gently press the ear both sides with a piece of tissue, so bruising does not take place. We always used calendula on the ear afterwards too as the poor ears were so pricked. We always had Simba smell the calendula first to receive her consent before applying as it is quite a strong smell. Sometimes she said no. Calendula found here: Clef Des Champs Organic Calendula salve: https://well.ca/products/clef-des-champs-organic-calendula_101181.html
This is a great page to read about insulin and syringes. It gives the reader a quick overall idea of the differences. https://www.felinediabetes.com/pet-insulin-101.htm
It is in your animal’s best interest insulin is supplied from animal sources, such as bovine-origin protamine zinc insulin(PZI). PZI insulins are far superior than human insulins, such as Lantus and Levemir, as it is not as easy to obtain remission Elizabeth Hodgkins DVM, writes in her book, “Your Cat”. Bovine insulin has a much closer amino-acid structure to a cat.
Some insulins “peak” at different times of day, and some have longer run times than others, so it is important to educate yourself about what each of the products are designed to do and how your animal may respond on them.
It is important to note U-40 Syringes are harder to use because the dosing is not specific enough. Under tight regulation, using a U-100 syringe allows for much smaller doses. It is also a finer needle which is easier and kinder to use. Please reference here: http://www.diabeticcatinternational.com/knowledge/dosing-fat-increments/
Some insulins “peak” at different times of day, and some have longer run times than others, so it is important to educate yourself about what each of the products are designed to do and how your animal may respond on them.
DCI explains about the different insulins and storage here: http://www.diabeticcatinternational.com/site/fd-treatment/insulins/ Therefore, if one moves to a U-40 insulin and a U-100 syringe, there is a conversion that needs to take place. Sounds complicated but it is relatively easy.
The list then becomes:
It is ultra-important your animal is feeling good on the insulin provided. A lot of the times the animals are not doing well on the vet prescribed insulins. We jumped to a human insulin, Levemir, which Simba felt much better on. I would source the PZI now I know what I know.
This is a great page about giving insulin. https://felinediabetes.com/injections.htm Three important rules for dosing:
In order to join the forum on Diabetic Cats International, DCI, where you will get the most up to date information about Tight Regulation, it is good to start getting some numbers. You want to record your cat’s information, blood glucose levels at the beginning of the cycle; 4 hours into the cycle, then again 7 hours into the cycle, then at the end before giving more insulin. Do this for a few days. This will give the people running DCI a base point to direct you on dosing and scale. And you will start to see your animal’s trends.
This is an example of Simba’s chart, January 4th 2019 under Tight Regulation:
Simba was dosed 1.5 units at the line with a U-100 syringe at 21.30 the night before. No food is given when the shot is given. This is all about testing and watching her body. She is due for her next shot at 9.30 am the next day, 12 hours later.
The next day she tests 11.4. Under tight regulation protocols she requires more insulin, as she has had a 12-hour cycle and is above 8.3. The body needs the insulin to get back down into the normal range.
At 9.30 the shot is given 1.5 units at the line of a U100 syringe. This is where the stopper sits “on the line”, this is what I am referring to. These smaller syringes allow one to be very specific. Where the stopper sits, draws to on the syringe can mean a world of difference in dosing. May seem very small, but at the line, on the line or over the line have huge significances in the dosing.
Simba does well for the rest of the day maintaining her blood glucose in the healthy+ range. Ideally, we want her running in the dark grey area constantly, so the body heals.
If your cat is sitting in the normal range at the end of the cycle, then it is best not to dose. This is dangerous, and your animal could potentially be healing, meaning supplying their own insulin. This is what she is doing here.
I would then get onto the forum ASAP because they will be able to tell you how to support the body into becoming ‘undiabetic”, healed.
When you change to a raw diet from industry products, be very careful when you give insulin, as the body may just rebalance itself. It is always much better to give less insulin than more insulin if ever unsure. Then check with your veterinarian or on the DCI forum if you have joined and feel comfortable.
If your animal is on industry product, then this is probably why the body is diabetic. The animal must go on human-grade food, nothing from the pet industry in a can or bag. This is my opinion others think high protein industry food is fine. I disagree as all industry has garbage product in it, and not all the ingredients are reported on the label.
With fresh and nutritious, real life force food, the body will then most likely heal into a natural non-diabetic state. It all depends on the toxic load inside the body. But again, measuring the blood glucose is imperative during the conversion process.
The goal of tight regulation is to keep your cat in the normal range where the body learns to regulate again. The issue is the body has been thrown off course and needs to know and feel what staying in the normal zone feels like. Also, it needs the pressure “off the system” as so much compensation has been going on.
Remember, this has been in the works for some time undetected, the struggle. So, the organs are tired, the body is tired, and the whole body needs the support to say, “heh, remember what this felt like?”
This is where joining DCI is crucial as soon as diagnosis is received so you can understand what is going on in the body, and how to set the dosing for the insulin. They will provide a scale and dosing requirements based on your data collection to date. They deal with a lot of cats and have the experience, and you can see what other people are doing so the forum is a vital source of information and resources.
Diabetic Cats International http://www.diabeticcatinternational.com
Below I am showing Simba’s dosing chart in March 2017. We are new to DCI and they have assigned this dosing chart. I left this for the sitter one evening. So, you can see, Simba is being dosed on a sliding scale. The dose being dependent on her reading at the end of the 12-hour cycle. The rules for her dosing at this time for this type of insulin, were as follows.
Below is an example of a log on DCI, for one cycle of insulin. This is a great format, which is posted on the forum for the educators to read and instruct upon. The following information is shown below in the entry:
So, you can see the body is managing, and only needed a small amount of insulin 22 hours after the last shot. And I know the amount of insulin this cat was receiving was exponentially lower than what was prescribed at the veterinarian’s office on a 12-hour cycle.
Below, please find the final log we were using for Simba in 2019. We were running on 0.25 units with increments of 0.25 if she “hypoed”. We kept this on the counter, then updated the spreadsheet on the computer to see her trends. This data was also fed to DCI for another perspective and dosing feedback.
Food is crucial, diet is everything. Wrong diet and the body will not be able to re-calibrate back to normal. If Simba were alive today, I would now muscle test her system daily until she healed to make sure the diet was exactly what she needed. I would muscle test all the nutrients and vitamins to make sure she was not low on anything, and recalibrate daily where required.
We thought we were feeding her the best we could prepare for a feline body, but now I know how to zero this down to specifics for every being. So many people have many opinions about diet, with muscle testing you know for that being at that time what is needed, and the results speak for themselves with the animals I am working with.
We fed raw red meat, organs, with a small amount of green vegetables, and lots of seaweed for detoxing. She loved nori! Enzymes were also given as well as a mineral mix. Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV) was also massively helpful in maintaining a healthy BG level. A little drop of this daily always helped the body. And chicken broth made from cooked poultry bones was enjoyed immensely.
Please DO NOT feed any industry food no matter what people tell you. It is all garbage and will not help the body heal.
And NO free-feeding ever. Meal times should be 12 hours apart, s the body may work on digestion and detoxing the hours in between.
When one is helping another heal a body, everything matters about what the body is doing. Dandruff, hair loss, plaque on teeth, what is the body saying? Apart from the pancreas stating the obvious. Log all this information against a 24-hour clock daily. Emotional and physical and behavioural, all tell a story. Everything is tied together to provide a full picture about how the being is doing inside.
Stop all vaccinations, all toxic pharmacology. This will only complicate and maybe even damage the organs to such an extent that it is beyond repair. Maybe even kill your animal.
“Up to date” vaccinations are all about money, not about health. Your animal does not need any of this toxic debilitating sickness in the name of prevention when they are already struggling to survive. And there is no legitimate science behind any of this anyway.
Any veterinarian that suggests they do need updating is not practising “do no harm”. They are being completely irresponsible. Find another veterinarian please.
Source a veterinarian which listens to you and understands about healing, not about maintaining and plugging your animal full of toxins regardless of what the body is saying. All pain medications cause digestive issues and wipe out the gut microbiome of your animal and the pharmaceutical, Cerenia is completely dangerous as it bypasses the blood/brain barrier. Please do not allow this to go into your animal ever.
A diabetic body, is a sick body, a compromised system. Please keep the body chemical, toxic-free so the healing is not interfered with.
The emotional component of diabetes must be addressed. When one looks up Louise Hay’s book, “You Can Heal Your Life”, diabetes represents “longing for what was”. This fit Simba perfectly as she found our property too vast, she was an outdoor cat and felt too exposed. Simba preferred our house back in the Netherlands where it was contained, a tighter neighbourhood and of course, not so many predators. She overall felt safer I think, and perhaps even preferred the more city life versus the more rural property we moved to. She was extremely social and I did not take this into account when choosing our property with her in mind sadly. I was thinking about fresh air, no Wi-Fi, lovely smells of the forest. But this was not her experience I believe.
I worked with her to clear all trauma through Zoopharmacognosey of course, but still the environment was tough for her.
Has Your Animal Experienced Shock?
Shock may cause the body to go off balance; this is crucial to be cleared. Has this been thought about and cleared? And it may not be recent shock it may have occurred some time ago, or more trauma may have just been the tipping point for the system.
This is where Zoopharmacognosey, Bach Remedies, and Homeopathy (Aconite) play a huge role in helping the body heal and clear.
This is one of the important keys to healing this I believe. Of course, you can never have too much information in this case, as long as it does not over whelm you of course.
What you want to do is learn how to muscle test so you can drill down into why the imbalance exists. What is driving it? For example, are emotions stuck in the body which need clearing? Or is this just a physical imbalance? Or a bit of both? For example:
The testing may be detailed, to drill down, but the answers are there. You can have someone double check you too if at all unsure.
What is crucial to know, is once you have a plan from muscle testing, is you then have to ask if all these components together will help heal the body. With muscle testing, it is the body at that moment. But if you plan to change the diet and you have tested on toxicity prior to, then this will probably, most very likely change the responses you have received.
How one plans on implementing, addressing the healing journey matters, when it comes to the sequence of events being muscle tested. Does this make sense?
Whoever you work with must be available. Most of the trouble when healing a body, is that healing takes place at night because this is when the body is trying to clean. So, it is important you take good notes, but also you can get a hold of someone to help guide you up to 8 pm if possible.
I remember working with a vet after Simba was diagnosed and she did not want to be contacted prior to 9am. We were following her specific instructions which not many people would understand, and it was dire. The body does not go off-line during office hours. This is not healing. If people are going to say “trust me and do this”, then they need to be available if what they have instructed is causing harm or the intended outcome is far from what the pet parent is witnessing based on the professional’s direction.
They know the case and the animal so they should be available to you. This is very important I feel.
If I had the opportunity to do this over again I would approach it this way:
This is crucial because potentially if it is the food throwing the body in this state then just changing the food will heal the body. But it needs to be what the body is looking for, needing specifically. It must be the right food for your animal, such as the right proteins and vegetables, and the right percentages, etc. This is where the muscle testing again is crucial.
Muscle test the system if there is any imbalance regarding vitamins and minerals, shortages or overages, what is missing if anything, how much is needed to rebalance daily, weekly, long term. As once the body is rebalanced, the food should take over the job, and additional supplements should no longer be needed.
Either way, the body needs help getting rid of toxins. I would be checking the house, litter, detergents, cleaning products, everything to get the toxic load down also including Wi-Fi radiation exposure, this is critical, and smart meter location to your animal.
It is about tight regulation, diet, and clearing the toxicity, and having a good mentor I think. Elizabeth Hodgkins says even chronically ill cats she healed, so it is all about figuring out the puzzle, and helping the body restabilize. Nothing is impossible.
I am here to ask questions to support you and your animal if you need. I hope this case study has been helpful to you.and your beautiful animal.
I have not experienced a diabetic canine. But I would follow the same protocols as the diabetic cat. Tight Regulation with a species appropriate diet implemented ASAP. Checking Blood Glucose regularly. And I would muscle test the being heavily on emotional and physical imbalances.
Things I have come across while reading about glaucoma in Max Crarer’s book, “Heal Your Eye Problems with Herbs, Minerals and Vitamins” (great book to invest in, easy, quick, read, as healing he eyes one is healing the body), which I would consider:
B6: It is reported that a lack of B6 can throw the body into a diabetic state, rebalancing this mineral will balance insulin in the body.
Vanadium and Chromium: August 1957 American Journal of Science reported that diabetes could be prevented and cured in animals with the use of vanadium and chromium.
Ultimately, muscle test!
I watched this documentary to learn more about diabetes and what causes it. John McMahon’s journey is well worth watching. It is incredible what he went through on all levels to heal himself.iThrive:
John McMahon was very over weight with Type II Diabetes. He produced a live documentary of his journey getting well. He wanted to know WHY he was so over weight and sick. The diabetes was reversed and he is now a major health advocate for all those who follow him.
One experience during John’s journey was checking into True North. He fasted for an incredible number of days under their care and revamped his entire daily menu. Diabetes healed.
Fabulous website about how to heal by two brothers who have experienced diabetes from a young stage in life.
True North Heath Center
World renowned clinic healing human clients of diabetes from inside out with good food and fasting. Located in California, USA. This is where John McMahon went to be monitored, fast, and heal.
Dr. Magda Havaas has been doing a lot of work on EMF and the implications on the organic body. What her research is showing is there is a strong link to diabetes and the radiation of the abdomen. As everyone sits with their “tech” on this part of their bodies. Once people understand that nothing is safety tested and all of our tech is hurting us immensely, then it will be understood why mental illness is skyrocketing and many other imbalances, due to all life on the planet all being unnecessarily radiated.
More information found here:https://animalsbodymindspirit.com/electromagnetic-field-radiation/ https://animalsbodymindspirit.com/smart-home/
Diabetes in Cats, A Comprehensive Guide to Diabetes on Cats by Gordon Roberts, DVM
This is a skinny book, and explains the imbalance diabetes very concisely from a medical vet point of view. Everything you need to know is here regarding the body. I do not agree with all the advice given however. And Dr. Roberts does not address tight regulation and healing the imbalance, though he knows cats do recover, rebalance, heal.
Your Cat by Dr. Elizabeth Hodgkins
Dr. Hodgkins is all about healing a diabetic cat. It is only the back of the book that addresses this, not a large section really. The whole book is about looking after your cat, from birth to light.
Natural Cat by Anitra Frazier
Anitra’s book has fabulous information about looking after your amazing cat. It is like a cat healthcare encyclopedia. Great information to reference.
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