Diabetes Mellitus is Curable!
In a controlled test of PDT treatment of diabetes, we evaluated the patients blood glucose with and without medication for six days before treating with PDT. In the chart above the yellow zone is before treatment. When the mdication was stopped on day two, blood glucose shot to nearly 15 within 24 hours.
PDT of the immune system was performed according to our propriotary protocol, maintaining a specific molarity of sensitizer in the blood stream while exposing to laser. Because meds had been reduced and then stopped before treatment blood glucose went up to 14.8 the following day, but then the treatment took effect and glucose levels started dropping.
On day 13 and 14, because blood sugar appeared stable, the patient decided to enjoy heavy meals and ice cream, cake and soft drinks. Blood sugar rose, but was within safe levels.
Watching this patient over a period of more than two weeks has given me a new insight on diabetes. We tend to think of it as a problem of excessive blood sugar, but the real problem is that the blood sugar can not get into cells to provide energy. After PDT treatment the patient remarked that he felt "light and warm" and began to show far more energy, taking stair steps four at a time and moving constantly.
Prior to treatment, even on medication, his feet were a dusky color, indicating poor flow and oxygenation. After treatment this reversed. Patient is suprised and pleased by the return of a healthy pink glow to his hands and feet.