HI Natway, thanks for the input.
i definitely believe that my illness is caused by stress and bad nutrition. I am healing and have made quite a bit of improvement over the last several months. But it's confusing because i got significantly worse after i was diagnosed. So I am improving from when i was at my lowest point but not quite back to the level of stability i was at when i was diagnosed.
i figure whatever i am doing, energy and emotionally healing wise, learning to deal with stress better, is making the biggest difference and certain pieces of the nutritional aspect from each program i try are making an impact as well.
I can only assume my dr did the appropriate tests. She showed them to me and explained why my results indicated insulin resistance rather than true diabetes.It was a year ago so i don't remember the details.
It was my blood Sugar
issues that got so much worse, exhausting my body and adrenals even more, and it is my blood Sugar
imbalance that has improved the most making my body system as a whole feel more stable as it goes.
Stress will leech minerals from your body and create an environment where metals can build up to toxic levels. I am pretty sure getting to the bottom of all that with the HTMA will be the last piece of my puzzle. Since I am doing all i can to change and heal the emotional patterns and bad nutrition habits that created the problem to begin with.
Also chlorophyll drinks, juicing
lots of greens, will make a good impact on the healing of the pancreas and liver, further healing the insulin issues.
I don't really understand the difference between true hypoglycemia/diabetes/ and insulin resistance.... but i have not tried to figure it out. What i have been told is that hypoglycemia left untreated will become insulin resistance/diabetes. Plus it creates so much stress on the adrenals....
I have been doing RBTI for the past 5 months and using a refractometer to test my body's carb/salt levels in my urine. I started off showing lots of swinging between 0 and 7 through the day. Now I am usually at a steady 2-4 range and rarely will go to 5 or 6. I have learned a lot about what my body feels like with different levels. If it's too high too low your not getting the oxygen you need in your blood. So RBTI certainly helped to begin correcting that and helped me to understand what to do to correct it. I had no clue before. I have never used a glucose meter.