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Jim Humble's mms protocol 1000 for type 2 diabetes my experience

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Published: 88 days ago

Jim Humble's mms protocol 1000 for type 2 diabetes my experience

I've been using the Jim Hunble mms Protocol 1000 to try and get off my 3 insulins for type 2 diabetes. I was on day 14 yesterday and after 2 does (3 activated drops every hour for 8 hours is what I'm doing on the protocol) I suddenly got diahhrea the first time since I started two weeks ago. It continued throughout the dosing hours and I dropped down to 2 drops every hour. Today I started later in the day and did 2 hours with 1 activated drop, 2 hours with 2 activated drops and then the rest of the time with 3 activated drops. So far I feel fine. I have two more doses to go to the the 8 hours in. for today.

I'm finding that during the hours I do the drops, my BG levels go down (a lot). I start high for the day (in the 200's or 300's) and then after about 3 doses, my BG starts to drop a lot like today it was at 127 after 5 hours of drops. Then once I quit drops for the day, my blood glucose starts rising again.

I do take some insulin during the day (short term NovoLog). At night I've been taking Lantus 50 units (I cut that down from the 60 units I was doing before starting the protocol. I'm supposed to take 24 units of NovoLog before meals and use sliding scale if I'm over 180 BG. I stopped my Victoza insulin altogether at night.
My plan was to stay on the protocol 1000 for 4 weeks and hopefully I could be off my insulins. But the BG levels seem to rise again after my 8 hours of dosing. What has been your experience using the mms protocol 1000 to help heal your diabetes.
last time I saw my doc, my a1c was at 10.2 and she prescribed more insulin (farxiga). I took it 2 days and got very sick, bloated and nauseous. I then read up about the med and got scared with all the bad things I read about it and decided I didn't want to take it. During those two days it did bring my numbers down drastically, even too low but I don't want to have any more of the serious side effects. That's when I decided to try the mms protocol 1000 to see if I could get off insulins.
Can anyone share their results with Humble's mms protocol 1000 and how it worked for them?

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