Thursday, July 3, 2008


Diabetes for 3 years – age 67

One man diagnosed with diabetes was on insulin shots. Upon taking P14 he noticed his stomach was upset. Consequently he quit the P14 for 1 week. His sister, however, convinced him to continue taking P14 and to reduce the insulin accordingly. He then took one P14 in the morning, one P14 at noon and one P14 at supper. He reduced his insulin levels slowly while checking his blood sugar. After 2 weeks of P14 and no sugar and no wheat he no longer needed insulin shots to keep his blood sugar levels at 2-6 in the morning and 8 in the evening. Normal blood count is 7 and under. His kidneys were also only functioning at 14%. At a 10% kidney function one becomes a candidate for dialysis. With P14 the kidney began functioning between 17% -19%.