Type-1 Diabetic Sees 3,206% Increase in Elimination of Aluminum

Two Mondays ago, the buzzer to our apartment went off.

“Ah!” screamed Nicole.

“AH!” yelled Jonah.

Our 1960’s intercom system sounds like a buzz saw and an electric chair attacking each other. Not the best thing for a mother and son recovering from adrenals exhaustion.

“Canada Post,” said the barely audible voice over the speaker.

She had an envelope too big for our skinny mailbox. When she brought it to the door I recognized it immediately as Nicole’s latest hair mineral analysis test from Pam Killeen (our biochemical restoration practitioner).

Ripping open the envelope I turned immediately to page 2.

“Wow!” I said. “It’s off the chart. This is literally the biggest rise in heavy metals we’ve seen.”

This was hair test #4. Hair tissue analysis is a key tool in our quest to cure Nicole of type-1 diabetes, reverse kidney failure and get her feeling a whole lot better.

The bar indicating aluminum levels in Nicole’s body starts at zero and goes up to 4.0 mg%. Nicole’s bar shows solid black. Underneath, it indicates her aluminum levels is at 6.09 mg%. Her last test indicated 0.19 mg%. That’s more than a 32 times increase in aluminum leaving her body.

“Hair analysis is like a box of chocolates,” said Nicole in her best Forest Gump accent, “you never know what you’re going to get.” (Okay, she didn’t say that.)

Such a jump isn’t typically from new exposure to aluminum in the environment. Nicole hasn’t started frying her eggs in aluminum frying pan. This aluminum has probably has been building up in her brain, thyroid, kidneys, bones and anywhere else it could find a home, for decades. Between targeted supplements and the detoxification protocols Nicole has been doing for the last year, she’s really starting to loosen things up.

While I don’t know of any direct connection between aluminum toxicity and type-1 diabetes, it’s still indirectly part of our healing plan. The theory goes that the body can heal type-1 diabetes all by itself. First heal the energy, immune and detoxification systems in the body. After that, getting the beta cells back online shouldn’t be a big deal.

Certainly easier than fixing our noisy intercom system, according to the superintendent.

Thinking outside the diabetic matrix,
–John C. A. Manley

P.S. In the next e-letter I’ll look at how aluminum in the brain could hinder insulin production. In a future e-letter I’ll also share more from Nicole’s most recent hair analysis.

P.P.S. For more on how we are trying to reverse kidney failure and type-1 diabetes read: Type-1 Diabetic Moves From Nutritional Balancing to Biochemical Restoration

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