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Contents 1
A. Chia drink and Blackberry bliss 3
B. Cases of sugar deficiency 4
1. Crisis of seizure 4
2. Deviation of the mouth 4
3. False high blood pressure 4
C. Anecdote 5


Box of 12 bags

1 sachet of 99 g/3.5 oz

A. Chia drink and Blackberry bliss
Through a happy coincidence, Master Đo is invited to taste the Chia Squeeze and Blackberry Bliss drink, sold in Costco and Walmart supermarkets. As usual, Master Đo measures blood sugar before taking any new drink to see how it affects glycemia. He found that a 99 g (3.5 oz) sachet lowers glycemia by 189 mg/dL, equivalent to 10 mmol/L, after 2 hours.

Before drinking, blood sugar: 286 mg/dL (15.5 mmol/L)
One hour later, blood glucose level: 135 mg/dL (7.5 mmol/L)
Two hours later, blood sugar: 97 mg/dL (5.8 mmol/L), Master Đo had to take glucose as supplement.
Hence: (286 - 97=189 mg/dL or10 mmol/L)

Therefore, anyone with a blood glucose level below 180 mg/dL (10 mmol/L) should not taste this drink. Drinking is not recommended for children, as they rarely have diabetes.

Experience: A person has a blood glucose level of 197 mg/dL (11 mmol/L) before taking the Chia drink. To reduce the drop in blood sugar, the person would need to only drink ¼ of a sachet or 25 grams with 4 teaspoons of glucose.

Blood sugar before drinking: 197 mg/dL (11 mmol/L)
Blood sugar after drinking: 184 mg/dL (10 mmol/L)

Normally, 4 teaspoons (tsp) of glucose increase blood sugar from 197 mg/dL to 237 mg/dL (12.3 mmol/L). Blood sugar, after drinking, is lower than before drinking, means that the drink has lowered blood sugar.

One teaspoon of glucose increases blood sugar by 10 mg/dL (197+40=237 mg/dL)
25 g of Chia drink lowers blood sugar by 50 mg/dL or 2.5 mmol/L

Conclusion: This drink could be used to maintain blood sugar levels safely, without medication, while still being able to consume glucose and have a normal and varied diet, to properly nourish the cells.

This drink could be suitable for anyone with diabetes who does not want to take medication or insulin injections, provided they are willing to take care of themselves, regularly monitor blood glucose levels, and take glucose at the slightest sign of weakness, or at any time when blood glucose levels drop significantly.

B. Cases of sugar deficiency
1. Crisis of seizure
A young woman (during her visit to Montreal) has a seizure during the QiQongTherapy workout. Exercises consume energy, therefore sugar, and it is the severe and prolonged lack of sugar that triggers the crisis. Master Đo gave her a lot of glucose to drink, and the crisis is over. Back to the USA, she gave news that she is doing better by paying attention on monitoring her blood sugar level.

2. Deviation of the mouth
This young lady's father has the deviation of the mouth which occurred the following day of a night fishing trip. The lack of sugar, the cold of the evening, and fatigue caused the mouth to deviate. When the person talks or smiles, the lips on the healthy side lift up, the lips on the affected side remain motionless. Blood sugar and temperature on the paralyzed side (34oC) are lower than on the healthy side (36.5oC).

Master Đo gave him a lot of glucose to drink to equalize the temperatures on both sides of the face, at which point the deviation becomes minimal. Later during the treatment, the deviation of the mouth reappears as soon as there is a difference in temperature, and therefore in blood sugar, between the two cheeks. Continue to take glucose and massage or apply pressure to the paralyzed side, repeat until the deviation disappears, over several days, if necessary.

3. False high blood pressure
Example 1: Systolic: 145mmHg; Diastolic: 65 mmHg; Pulse: 60 bpm

This is the case for a person of 60 years of age, undergoing treatment for diabetes.
The treatment of diabetes lowers sugar, thereby lowering body heat and heart rate.

- Pulsation 60 bpm: the blood circulation is slowed down, the blood is cold, the small vessels are narrowed, which facilitate vascular stroke/stroke by obstruction and not by hemorrhagic rupture.

- Diastolic 65 mmHg: due to lack of sugar, food digestion does not produce blood and energy, there is lack of blood.

- Systolic 145 mmHg: then by compensation, blood pressure must rise to ensure blood circulation. Seeing that high blood pressure, if it is reduced, it dangerously aggravates the troubles.

Example 2: Systolic: 100 mmHg; Diastolic: 65 mmHg; pulsation: 60 bpm: these are critical values evoking a close final phase, for a person of 60 years of age.
A blood glucose level of 60 mg/dL (4 mmol/L) to 80 mg/dL (5 mmol/L) easily leads to a vegetative state.

C. Anecdote
A person undergoing diabetes treatment has low blood pressure and obstruction of the brain vessels leading to deviation of the mouth with inability to speak and swallow. Master Đo recommended to put 12 teaspoons of glucose in one inner side of the mouth, for diffusion and gradual absorption. Shortly afterwards, the person begins to be able to speak, the deviation fades. Ideally it would be best to be discharged from hospital to continue to be treated at home. Not sure how to provide care, family members prefer to leave the person's last moments in hospital care.

The normal approach for diabetes treatment is the following: first, taking oral medication; if there is no expected outcome: insulin injection; if aggravation: dialysis, then kidney transplantation.

- Exercises allow you to consume sugar and thus reduce blood sugar levels. A person has blood glucose levels of 150 mg/dL (8.5 mmol/L), after making 30 movements to firm the abdomen, blood glucose levels dropped to 144 mg/dL (8 mmol/L).

- The exercises, in addition, help to distribute the sugar evenly throughout the body. Example: if sugar is poured into a bowl of water without mixing, the vast majority of sugar will end up at the bottom of the bowl, the water in the bowl would not be sweet. As a result, blood glucose levels differ from one region to another in the body of an inert and sedentary person.
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