hi em-- you wrote- " I also recommend for those of you that have been using juice twice or three times a day for a long time here get some blood work and run a hemoglobin A1C to measure the level of glycation in your bloodstream. This can be serious, folks. I think this is a valid concern"
WHAT CAN BE SERIOUS ABOUT IT? can you clarify it or say more?
i just wanted to know if you could explain why you feel we should have this bloodwork and what we are looking for etc.? is there some reaction with the mms and juice TOGETHER that your concerned about or just the juice itself (too much sugar/carbs in and of itself). i just need a little more clarification .
also, does this relate in anyway to hypoglycemia? i also wonder about this?
thanks for any clarification.
i honestly do not think i could take mms without the juice, so i am concerned with what you express. i have tried the stevia mixtures and it does not work for me