G2Voice Broadcast #30 Why is Diabetes so prevalent in the world?
Sunday April 9th at 10 AM CST
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We’ve been told, Diabetes is an incurable disease whereby, a person has to rely on medications to control it for the rest of his or her life. This is just another lie being told by the “Big Pharma” so that they can get people on a drug permanently. It is like being put on a monthly payment plan by the pharmaceutical industry every time they get another patient on a lifelong regiment of medications. The patient pays monthly for the rest of their life without any cure in site. Why do people continue to trust those who benefit from sicknesses believing they are looking out for our health?
Diabetes has been known for hundreds of years. Below I have included a little history including a chart showing how Diabetes is growing yearly in the U.S. as well as worldwide.
Note: Artificial sweeteners are not the answer and may cause Diabetes as well as many more health related problems.
The Great news is, we are recording testimonies of people having their health completely restored from Diabetes!
Diabetes is a chronic (longterm) dis-ease that affects at least 400 million people worldwide! 1 in 11 people have Diabetes. As of 2015, every 6 seconds someone dies from Diabetes in this world.
These are horrible statistics and I believe they are low especially when they now have a “pre-diabetes” diagnosis. WHY?
Source: IDF Diabetes Atlas Seventh Edition 2015
Diabetes skyrockets 75% in just one decade ... medical system clueless about answers: Source: naturalnews.com
Read this list and see if a medications you are taking is listed! 390 Drugs That Can Affect Blood Glucose Levels:
NOTE:You wonder why you have Diabetes? Toxins in the medications?
Drugs That May Cause Hyperglycemia (High Blood Sugar)
(GENERIC NAME | BRAND NAME)
Abacavir | (Ziagen®)
Abacavir + lamivudine,zidovudine | (Trizivir®)
Abacavir + dolutegravir + lamivudine | (Triumeq®)
Abiraterone | (Zytiga®)
Acetazolamide | (Diamox®)
Acitretin | (Soriatane®)
Aletinib | (Alecensa®)
Albuterol | (Ventolin®, Proventil®)
Albuterol + ipratropium | (Combivent®)
Aliskiren + amlodipine + hydrochlorothiazide | (Amturnide®)
Aliskiren + amlodipine | (Tekamlo®)
Amphotericin B | (Amphocin®, Fungizone®)
Amphotericin B lipid formulations IV | (Abelcet®)
Amprenavir | (Agenerase®)
Anidulafungin | (Eraxis®)
Aripiprazole | (Abilify®)
Arsenic trioxide | (Trisenox®)
Asparaginase | (Elspar®, Erwinaze®)
Atazanavir | (Reyataz ®)
Atazanavir + cobistat | (Evotaz®)
Atenolol + chlorthalidone | (Tenoretic®)
Atorvastatin | (Lipitor®)
Atovaquone | (Mepron®)
Baclofen | (Lioresal®)
Belatacept | (Nulojix®)
Benazepril + hydrochlorothiazide | (Lotension®)
Betamethasone topical | (Alphatrex®, Betatrex®, Beta-Val®, Diprolene®, Diprolene® AF, Diprolene® Lotion, Luxiq®, Maxivate®)
Betamethasone +clotrimazole | (Lotrisone® topical)
Betaxolol Betoptic® eyedrops, | (Kerlone® oral)
Bexarotene | (Targretin®)
Bicalutamide | (Casodex®)
Bisoprolol + hydrochlorothiazide | (Ziac®)
Brentuximab vedotin | (Adcetris®)
Budesonide | (Uceris®)
Bumetanide | (Bumex®)
Caffeine | (Caffeine in moderation may actually be beneficial in diabetes but in large amounts can raise blood sugar.)
Calcipotriene + betamethasone | (Enstillar®)
Candesartan + hydrochlorothiazide | (Atacand HCT®)
Captopril + hydrochlorothiazide | (Capozide®)
Carfilzomib | (Kyprolis®)
Carteolol | (Cartrol® oral, Occupress® eyedrops)
Carvedilol | (Coreg®)
Ceftaroline | (Teflaro®)
Ceftozolane + tazobactam | (Zerbaxa)
Chlorothiazide | (Diuril®)
Chlorthalidone | (Chlorthalidone Tablets®, Clorpres®, Tenoretic®, Thalitone®)
Choline salicylate | (Numerous tradenames of aspirin formulations; check label)
Choline salicylate + magnesium salicylate | (CMT®, Tricosal®, Trilisate®)
Clobetasol | (Clobevate®, Cormax®, Cormax® Scalp Application, Embeline® E, Olux®, Temovate®, Temovate® E, Temovate® Scalp Application)
Clozapine | (Clozaril®, FazaClo®)
Conjugated estrogens | (Estrace®, Estring®, Femring®, Premarin®, Vagifem®, Cenestin®, Enjuvia®, Estrace®, Femtrace®, Gynodiol®, Menest®, Ogen®)
Conjugated estrogens + bazedoxifene | (Duavee®)
Conjugated estrogens + medroxyprogesterone | (Premphase®, Prempro®)
Corticosteroids | (Numerous tradenames; check label)
Cortisone | (Numerous tradenames; check label)
Cyclosporine | (Sandimmune®, Neoral®, Gengraf®)
Dabrafenib | (Tafiniar®)
Daclizumab | (Zenapax®)
Darunavir + cobistat | (Prezcobix®)
Decitabine | (Dacogen®)
Desonide | (DesOwen®, Tridesilon®)
Desoximetasone | (Topicort®)
Dexamethasone | (Adrenocot®, Dalalone®, Decadron®, Decaject®, Dekasol®, Dexacort®, Dexasone®, Dexim®, Dexone®,Hexadrol®, Medidex®, Primethasone®, Solurex®, Dexamethasone Intensol®)
Dextromethorphan + promethazine | (Phenergan® with Dextromethorphan, Phen- TussDM®)
Diazoxide | (Proglycem®)
Dinutuximab | (Unituxin®)
Dolutegravir | (Tivicay®)
Empagliflozin + metformin | (Synjardy®)
Enalapril + hydrochlorothiazide | (Vaseretic®)
Encainide | (Enkaid®)
Ephedrine and Guaifenesin | (Primatene ® tablets, otc - this medication includes ephedrine and guaifenesin. Guaifenesin is not responsible for hyperglycemia )
Epinephrine | (EpiPen ®, EpiPen® Jr, Primatene® Mist, otc)
Esterified estrogens, estrone, estropipate
Esterified estrogens + methyltestosterone | (Estratest®)
Estradiol, ethinyl estradiol | (Alora®, Climara®, Congest®, Delestrogen®, Depo-Estradiol®, Depogen®, Estinyl®, Estrace®, Estraderm®, Estragyn 5®, Estragyn LA 5®, Estrasorb®, EstroGel®, Estro-L.A.®, Gynodiol®, Kestrone-
5®, Neo-Estrone®, Menest®, Menostar®, Ogen .625®, Ogen®, Ortho-Est®, Premarin®, Valergen®, Vivelle®, Vivelle-Dot®)
Estradiol + norethindrone | (Activella®)
Estradiol + norgestimate | (Prefest®)
Estramustine | (Emcyt®)
Ethacrynic acid | (Edecrin®, Sodium Edecrin®)
Everolimus | (Afinitor®, Zortress®)
Everolimus | (Zortress®)
Ezetimibe, Atorvastatin | (Liptruzet®)
Fidaxomicin | (Dificid®)
Fluticasone | (Arnuity Ellipta®)
Fluticasone + vilanterol | (Breo Elipta®)
Fluoxetine | (Prozac®, Sarafem®)
Flurandrenolide | (Cordran®, Cordran® SP, Cordran® Tape)
Formoterol | (Foradil® Aerolizer® Inhaler)
Fosamprenavir | (Lexiva ®)
Fosinopril + hydrochlorothiazide | (Monopril HCT®)
Furosemide | (Lasix®)
Gabapentin | (Gralise®, Horizant®)
Gemtuzumab ozogamicin | (Mylotarg®)
Glucosamine | (Possible increase in insulin resistance; more likely with intravenous use)
Glycopyrrolate | (Cuvposa®)
Hydrochlorothiazide | (Aldactazide®, Aldoril®, Capozide®, Dyazide®, HydroDIURIL®, Inderide®, Lopressor® HCT, Maxzide®,Microzide®, Moduretic®, Timolide®, Vaseretic®)
Hydrochlorothiazide + irbesartan | (Avalide®)
Hydrochlorothiazide + lisinopril | (Prinzide®, Zestoretic®)
Hydrochlorothiazide + losartan | (Hyzaar®)
Hydrochlorothiazide + metoprolol | (Lopressor HCT®)
Hydrochlorothiazide + moexipril | (Uniretic®)
Hydrochlorothiazide + quinapril | (Accuretic®, Quinaretic®)
Hydrochlorothiazide + telmisartan | (Micardis HCT®)
Hydrochlorothiazide + valsartan | (Diovan HCT®)
Hydrocortisone | (Numerous trade names of topical hydrocortisone formulations; check label)
Indacaterol | (Arcapta®)
Indapamide | (Lozol®)
Indinavir | (Crixivan®)
Interferon alfa-2a | (Roferon-A®)
Interferon alfa-2b | (Intron-A®)
Interferon alfa-2b + ribavirin | (Rebetron®)
Interferon alfa-n1 | (Alferon-N®)
Irinotecan | (Camptosar®)
Isoniazid | (Laniazid®, Nydrazid®)
Isotretinoin | (Accutane®)
Liothyronine | (Cytomel®)
Lamivudine | (Epivir®, Epivir-HBV®)
Levalbuterol | (Xoponex®, Xopenex HFA®)
Levonorgestrel | (Plan B®, Norplant System®)
Levothyroxine | (Synthroid®, Levoxyl®)
Lopinavir + ritonavir | (Kaletra®)
Lucinactant | (Surfaxin®)
Lurasidone | (Latuda®)
Magnesium salicylate | (Bayer Select® Backache Pain Formula, Doans® Pills, Mobidin®, Nuprin® Backache Caplet)
Medroxyprogesterone | (Provera®, Depo-Provera®)
Megestrol | (Megace®)
Methylprednisolone | (A-methaPred®, ADD-Vantage®, Depo-Medrol®, Medrol®,
Medrol® Dosepak, Meprolone® Unipak, Solu-Medrol®)
Metolazone | (Zaroxolyn®, Mykrox®)
Metoprolol | (Lopressor®, Lopressor® HCT, Toprol XL®)
Modafinil | (Provigil®)
Momentasone furoate + formoterol fumarate dihydrate | (Dulera®)
Moxifloxacin | (Avelox®, Avelox® I.V.)
Mycophenolate | (CellCept®)
Nadolol | (Corgard®)
Nelfinavir | (Viracept®)
Netupitant + palonosetron | (Akynzo®)
Niacin, niacinamide | (Niacor®, Niaspan®, Nicolar®, Nicotinex®, Slo-Niacin®)
Nilotinib | (Tasigna®)
Nilutamide | (Nilandron®)
Nitric oxide | (INOmax®)
Nivolumab | (Opdivo®)
Norethindrone | (Aygestin®, Nor-QD®, Micronor®)
Norgestrel | (Orvette®)
Nystatin | (Mycostatin®, Nystat-Rx®, Nystop®, Pedi-Dri®)
Nystatin + triamcinolone | (Dermacomb®, Myco II®, Mycobiotic II®, Mycogen II®,
Mycolog II®, Myco-Triacet II®, Mykacet®, Mykacet II®, Mytrex®, Tristatin II®)
Octreotide | (Sandostatin®, Sandostatin LAR®)
Olanzapine | (Zyprexa®)
Olaparib | (Lynparza®)
Olmesartan + amlodipine + hydrochlorothiazide | (Tribenzor®)
Oxybutynin | (Anturol®)
Oxycodone | (Oxecta®)
Panobinostat | (Farydak®)
Pantoprazole | (Protonix®, Protonix® I.V.)
Pegaspargase | (Oncaspar®)
Peginterferon alfa-2b | (PEG-Intron®, Sylatron®)
Pembrolizumab | (Keytrenda®)
Pentamidine | (Pentam 300®)
Peramivir | (Rapivab®)
Perindopril + amlodipine | (Prestalia®)
Phenylephrine* | (Sudafed PE®, and others)
Phenytoin | (Dilantin®, Dilantin-125®, Dilantin Infatabs®, Dilantin Kapseals®, Phenytek®)
Pomalidomide | (Pomalyst®)
Prednisolone | (AK-Pred®,Blephamide®,Blephamide®,Liquifilm®,Econopred® Plus, Inflamase® Forte, Inflamase® Mild, Poly-Pred® Liquifilm®, Pred Forte®, Pred Mild®, Pred-G®, Pred-G® Liquifilm®, Delta Cortef®,Pediapred®,Prelone®)
Prednisone | (Prednisone Intensol®, Sterapred®, Sterapred® DS, Rayos DR®)
Progesterone | (Prometrium®)
Pseudoephedrine* | (Claritin D®, Sudafed®, and others)
Quetiapine | (Seroquel®)
Risperidone | (Risperdal®, Risperdal® M-TAB®)
* There are many other OTC and prescription medications that contain pseudoephedrine and phenylephrine.
Ritodrine | (Yutopar®)
Ritonavir | (Norvir®)
Rituximab | (Rituxan®)
Salmeterol | (Serevent®, Serevent® Diskus®)
Salsalate | (Argesic®-SA, Disalcid®, Mono-Gesic®, Salflex®, Salsitab®)
Saquinavir | (Invirase®)
Sodium oxybate | (Xyrem®)
Somatropin | (Genotropin®, Genotropin Miniquick®, Humatrope®,Norditropin artridges®,Norditropin NordiFlex®,Nutropin®, Nutropin AQ®, Saizen®, Serostim®, Zorbtive®)
Sonidegib | (Odomzo®)
Sotalol | (Betapace®, Betapace AF®, Sorine®)
Streptozocin | (Zanosar®)
Tacrolimus | (Prograf®, Protopic®)
Temsirolimus | (Torisel®)
Tesamorelin | (Egrifta®)
Thyroid | (Armour Thyroid®, Naturethroid®)
Tiotropium + Olodaterol | (Stiolto Respimat®)
Tipranavir | (Aptivus®)
Tolvaptan | (Samsca®)
Torsemide | (Demadex®, Demadex Oral®)
Trametinib | (Mekinist®)
Triamcinolone | (Aristocort®, Aristospan®, Asthmacort®, Flutex®, Kenalog®, Tac®, Triacet®)
Umeclidium + vilanterol | (Anoro Ellipta®)
Ursodeoxycholic acid, ursodiol | (Actigall®, Urso®)
Valproic acid, divalproex sodium | (Depacon®, Depakene®, Depakene® Syrup, Depakote®, Depakote® ER,Depakote® Sprinkle)
Vitamin C | (Ascorbic acid, Ascorbate)
Vitamin E | (Tocopherol, Tocotrienol)
Ziprasidone | (Geodone®)
Zolpidem | (Intermezzo®)
Beware: Statin Drugs Can Actually Cause Diabetes:
Many therapeutic agents can predispose to or precipitate diabetes, especially when pre-existing risk factors are present, and these may cause glucose control to deteriorate if administered to those with existing diabetes. They may act by increasing insulin resistance, by affecting the secretion of insulin, or both. For convenience, these agents may be subdivided into widely used medications that are weakly diabetogenic, and drugs used for special indications that are more strongly diabetogenic. Examples of the former include antihypertensive agents and statins, and examples of the latter include steroids, antipsychotics and a range of immunosuppressive agents. There are also a number of known beta cell poisons including the insecticide Vacor, alloxan and streptozotocin.
Elevated Sugar Intake Linked to Significantly Raised Risk of Obesity, Diabetes, and Heart Disease
The WHO recommends to reduce sugar intake?
WHO Urges Slashing Sugar Consumption to Protect Health
To lower your risk of obesity and tooth decay, the World Health Organization (WHO) recommends dramatically reducing your sugar consumption, limiting added sugar to 10 percent of daily calories or less.3 This equates to about 12 teaspoons or 50 grams of sugar for most adults.
To prevent chronic disease such as diabetes, heart disease, and cancer, the organization suggests limiting your sugar consumption to a maximum of five percent of your daily calories.
The latter five percent limit is right in line with my own standard recommendation for healthy people, which calls for keeping your total fructose consumption below 25 grams per day, or about five teaspoons.
However, if you already have signs of insulin resistance, such as hypertension, obesity, or heart disease, I believe you’d be wise to limit your total fructose consumption even further—down to 15 grams or less until your weight and other health conditions have normalized.
Three recent studies that have linked excessive sugar consumption to chronic disease include the following:
• According to the meta-review4 mentioned earlier, the preponderance of research clearly shows that once you reach 18 percent of your daily calories from added sugar, there’s a two-fold increase in metabolic harm that promotes prediabetes and diabetes
• Most recently, a study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)5 concluded that “most US adults consume more added sugar than is recommended for a healthy diet,” and that there’s “a significant relationship between added sugar consumption and increased risk for cardiovascular disease mortality.”
The 15-year long study, which included data for 31,000 Americans, found that those who consumed 25 percent or more of their daily calories as sugar were more than twice as likely to die from heart disease as those who got less than 10 percent of their calories from sugar.
On the whole, the odds of dying from heart disease rose in tandem with the percentage of added sugar in the diet regardless of the age, sex, physical activity level, and body-mass index.
• A 2014 study6 came to very similar results. Here, those who consumed the most sugar — about 25 percent of their daily calories — were twice as likely to die from heart disease as those who limited their sugar intake to seven percent of their total calories.
Note: This is the mainstream medical ideas of what diabetes is and its causes.
Diabetes uk the global diabetes community
Type 1 diabetes causes
Type 1 diabetes is caused by the immune system destroying the cells in the pancreas that make insulin. This causes diabetes by leaving the body without enough insulin to function normally.
This is called an autoimmune reaction, or autoimmune cause, because the body is attacking itself.
There is no specific diabetes causes, but the following triggers may be involved:
• Viral or bacterial infection
• Chemical toxins within food
• Unidentified component causing autoimmune reaction
Underlying genetic disposition may also be a type 1 diabetes cause.
Type 2 diabetes causes
Type 2 diabetes causes are usually multifactorial - more than one diabetes cause is involved. Often, the most overwhelming factor is a family history of type 2 diabetes.
This is the most likely type 2 diabetes cause.
There are a variety of risk factors for type 2 diabetes, any or all of which increase the chances of developing the condition.
• Living a sedentary lifestyle
• Increasing age
• Bad diet
Other type 2 diabetes causes such as pregnancy or illness can be type 2 diabetes risk factors.
Detailed causes of diabetes are still not so well understood, however, a number of factors have been identified as increasing the chances of developing different types of diabetes.
In this video we’ll look at the causes for the 3 most common types of diabetes:
• Type 1 diabetes
• Type 2 diabetes
• and Gestational diabetes
Type 1 diabetes is an auto-immune disease, meaning that the body’s immune system attacks its body’s own cells. In type 1 diabetes, the insulin producing cells are steadily killed off by the immune system. Genetic factors are known to play a part with type 1 diabetes often running in families.
Another factor that seems to be at play is that type 1 diabetes is more common in countries further from the equator, suggesting that vitamin D may play a part.
With the prevalence of type 2 diabetes increasing so quickly, there has been much discussion around the causes of this metabolic condition. Genetics is one area of focus with specific genes appearing to increase the likelihood of type 2 diabetes developing.
There are clear links to ethnicity as well with people of South Asian, Middle Eastern and African-Caribbean descent at a higher risk of type 2 diabetes. Diet is widely believed to be a factor in type 2 diabetes, however, there is some disagreement as to which parts of our diet could be responsible.
Saturated and trans fats, processed foods and excessive carbohydrate having all been mooted as possible causal factors.
Gestational diabetes is a form of diabetes that specifically comes on during pregnancy. During the second and third trimesters of pregnancy, with requirements for insulin already growing, hormones released by the placenta can lead to insulin being less effective.
If the mother’s body struggles to produce enough insulin, blood sugar levels can rise resulting in gestational diabetes.
Gestational diabetes causes
The causes of diabetes in pregnancy also known as gestational diabetes remain unknown. However, there are a number of risk factors that increase the chances of developing this condition:
• Family history of gestational diabetes
• Overweight or obese
• Suffer from polycystic ovary syndrome
• Have had a large baby weighing over 9lb
Causes of gestational diabetes may also be related to ethnicity - some ethnic groups have a higher risk of gestational diabetes.
Other diabetes causes
There are a variety of other potential diabetes causes. These include the following:
• Pancreatitis or pancreatectomy as a cause of diabetes. Pancreatitis is known to increase the risk of developing diabetes, as is a pancreatectomy.
• Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS). One of the root causes of PCOS is obesity-linked insulin resistance, which may also increase the risk of pre-diabetes and type 2 diabetes.
• Cushing’s syndrome. This syndrome increases production of the cortisol hormone, which serves to increased blood glucose levels. An over-abundance of cortisol can cause diabetes.
• Glucagonoma. Patients with glucagonoma may experience diabetes because of a lack of equilibrium between levels of insulin production and glucagon production.
• Steroid induced diabetes (steroid diabetes) is a rare form of diabetes that occurs due to prolonged use of glucocorticoid therapy.
The Great news is, we are recording testimonies of people having their health completely restored from Diabetes!
1. We were staying in a hotel in Villavicencio, Colombia when the man running the hotel heard us talking about what we do and asked me if MMS would work for Diabetes. His blood sugar level was over 350! We put him on the Protocol 1000 Sacrament. Three weeks later we checked on him and it had dropped to 110 and has stayed the same. That was 2 ½ yrs. Ago!
2. In the same town, my son was approached by a family member who had an uncle that was getting ready to go on kidney dialysis with a blood sugar level over 500! He was taking insulin daily also. After 2 months on the Protocol 1000 sacrament, his blood sugar level went all the way down to 120! He didn’t have to do the dialysis and is off all insulin. He is so happy to have his life back! We have to get back to that city to record these testimonies. These were two that stood out in my mind so I wanted everyone to hear what happened.
3. I brought my friend with Diabetes over and treated him every hour for 5 or 6 hours because his blood sugar was close to 500. Treating him brought his blood sugar down to 91 in those short hours. FACT! Thanks Jim Humble! You ROCK!!!
4. I have a client here in Jamaica that has severe diabetes - 20 years on injections. She started taking MMS (6 drops in the morning and 6 drops at night), not even dropping them in her eye. She was scheduled for surgery and had to travel 3 hours to get to the hospital where she would have the surgery. She first went for consultation and the specialist said she definitely needed the surgery and urgently. Her eye looked like she had been punched in it. The sugar in the blood is like glass in the eye. That is what causes the bleeding. She was on the drops for a couple of weeks and her eye visibly started turning from blood red to pink and then to white (normal). She went to have the surgery and the doctor was shocked (to say the least) he said he didn't understand how this happened but he sent her home and said she didn't need the surgery again. Jahmasin
5. I have a coworker who I gave MMS and 50% citric acid. I told him to start with 1 drop and go to 2 drops and stay there for a while until I talk to him again. He did this for a few weeks. I spoke with him last week and he said he went to take his insulin and noticed that it was too strong for him. I think he may have had sweating and some other symptoms from having too much insulin. He consulted with his doctor who said to reduce his insulin dose. He told me that he had been on insulin for a year before this and his insulin needs were constant during that time. He had an insulin pen and he used to take about 22 or 24 units of insulin. I don't know what the units are. Now he takes 12. * I asked him if anything else could be attributed to this insulin reduction and he said nothing else could be the reason. Nothing else was used. Only MMS. He told me he is very good with keeping his blood sugar in check and always needed the higher (22 or 24 units) dose. After being on MMS (2 drops) once a day in the morning for about 2 or 3 weeks, he had that reaction from too much insulin and now he takes about half. This is a good money savings for him too. He said his cost in the past was about $100 per month, so that is a real savings. Another thing: He had this real bad arthritis in his rotator cuff (shoulder). He couldn't lift his right arm without help from his left. He had a real difficult time just to lift it to turn a door knob. Now, he can lift his right arm on its own without help and he can lift it higher than his shoulder. He did this while I watched. He said nothing other than MMS could be responsible. He also said that before he took MMS, he did not expect it to work. In fact, I had mentioned MMS to him months earlier and I wasn't really sure he seriously wanted it because it is difficult for me to read what other people are thinking. I finally gave him about a tablespoon or less of MMS and CA in two bottles. I wrote instructions on paper and handed it to him. I really think he likes it. He has asked me for more and I intend to give him full bottles now.
6. Sir Jim Humble; It is my pleasure to post the success story I have experienced using MMS2 for my friend. He had this diabetes for years already without improvement. It takes about a month only. Using gradual increase day by day until able to take 4 caps a day at 2 to 3 hour time frame. Here is how he achieved it…. he also take enzyme at the same time. Before he start MMS2. The reading was 7.+, now the reading was 5.+ He never had this reading before. He now taking it daily at 1 to 2 caps. I am glad to finally obtain the MMS1 25% solution. It does work too. Am having it often now. Am waiting for the arrival of your DVD to finish my exam on MMS.
7. I see very little on MMS 2, why is that? Jim once told me the MMS 2 is just as effective as the MMS 1 and yet there's not much information available on MMS 2.I have used Calcium Hypochlorite internally to help cure Diabetes 3 times as far as I know, heal Cancer, for general detoxification while raising ones immune system, kill Parasites and I have been having great success using it externally to close large Ulcers, heal Acne (it literally reforms the skin and closes the holes created by Acne), kill stubborn Fungus and I swear by it! Frank
8. Hello, my name is María and I am using MSM for a long time -about 4 years, I tried it with my cats, dogs, myself, my daughter, my friends for influenza, diabetes, bocio, infections, bronquitis.I NEVER have had any problem at all, it works quick and is safe. It is miraculous.Thank you Jim Humble, God bless you. Maria
Note: You might have noticed the last 2 testimonies mentioned “MMS2” which is Calcium Hypochlorite. We have seen MMS2 only “Restore Health” from Diabetes.
Diabetes Video testimonies
Let’s get 100’s more!
4. SPANISH: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aDR-lgU4b6g
6. SPANISH with ENGLISH subtitles: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Afs_0Z5oXms
7. SPANISH: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=be2Tro_0SqE
8. SPANISH: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sGOD45hQWfI
We will be covering more information about Diabetes and how to cure it on this week’s G2Voice Broadcast Sunday, April 9th at 10 AM CST: g2voice.is
Let’s change the world together!
Archbishop Mark S. Grenon