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A. Food cause 2
B. Drug cause 2
C. Causes by ignorance 2
Anecdotes 5
Reminder 5


A. Food cause
Strict diet without sugar, or diet that does not focus on a complete and diversified food, disrupt normal sugar metabolism.

In the long term, the body would be weakened by a lack of sugar, thus leading to the development of several unexpected types of diseases.

B. Drug cause
The drug cause is the major and also the main cause of diabetes. It is the recent lowering of the blood glucose reference threshold for the diagnosis of diabetes that prompts medical practice to impose life-long medication for anyone with blood glucose levels above these reference limits, leading to a significant increase number of people with diabetes.

Following the death of 200,000 (two hundred thousands) retired American veterans who were followed and treated for diabetes, there was a consultation between the attending physicians, specialists, and the AIA (American Iatrogenic Association, dealing with medical errors). Following this meeting, a blood glucose threshold was established.

In March 2018, a new reference of blood glucose levels, more sensitive, in taking into account the periods before and after meals, was recognized by the medical circle and universities in the USA, but has never been practically observed.
Before meals: 100-140 mg/dL (6-8 mmol/L)
After meals: 140-180 mg/dL (8-10 mmol/L)

The current reference limit used is that anyone with a blood glucose level above 126 mg/dL (7mmol/L) is considered diabetic and should be on permanent medication.

It is this reference that has transformed many healthy people into diabetics with lifelong medication.

C. Causes by ignorance
1. Before meals: 150 mg/dL (8.5 mmol/L), after meals: 120 mg/dL (7 mmol/L), late evening: 160 mg/dL (9 mmol/L)

Normally blood sugar levels should be low before meals and high after meals.
This is a case of persistent indigestion from the previous meal. Foods still stagnate in the stomach, but the sugar in food has passed into the bloodstream, resulting in high blood sugar levels. By observing high blood sugar levels, the person avoids sugar at the next meal. The entry of the next meal foods pushed the previous meal foods out of the stomach. As there is no sugar in this meal, after this meal the blood sugar level is only 120 mg/dL, because the sugar-free stomach cannot digest the food immediately.

In the long run, the sugars in food, even undigested, pass into the bloodstream, raising blood sugar levels late in the evening.

To treat this case, the exercise "Bring the knees to the chest by blowing" is required to help the stomach digest, before taking the next meal.

2. Before meals: 120 mg/dL (7 mmol/L), after meals: 120 mg/dL (7 mmol/L), late evening: 160 mg/dL (9 mmol/L)

It is the food of this meal that does not contain sugar. E.g.: brown rice with sesame seeds, this food does not provide sugar, but lowers fat, sugar, blood. This diet is only suitable for obese, hypertensive, and high blood sugar people.

To treat this case, by finding the same blood glucose value after a meal, 4 teaspoons of glucose should be taken to raise blood glucose from: 120 mg/dL(7 mmol/L)to the value of 160 mg/dL (9 mmol/L). One teaspoon of glucose increases by 10 mg/dL, then perform the exercise "Bring knees to chest by blowing" to help the stomach digest.

3. In the evening: 120 mg/dL (7 mmol/L), the next morning: 140 mg/dL (8 mmol/L)

The evening meal is not digested. To see whether it is indigestion, practice the exercise: "Bring the knees to the chest by blowing", this exercise digests food, thus blood sugar rises. After exercise, measure blood sugar levels, it rises from 120 mg/dL (7 mmol/L) to 160 mg/dL (9 mmol/L).

But blood sugar drops to 120 mg/dL (7 mmol/L) in the late evening and rises to 140 mg/dL( 8 mmol/L) the next morning. This is because during the night, the body lacks sugar to ensure the functioning of the brain and heart, extracted glucose from the body, thus raising blood sugar levels the next morning. If this situation persists, sugar will be extracted from all parts of the body, causing muscle loss, weakness, osteoporosis, memory loss...

4. Before meal : 100-140 mg/dL (6-8 mmol/L), after meal : 200 mg/dL (11 mmol/L), temperature at the little finger on the left: 35oC.

A low temperature means a lack of sugar, even with a blood sugar level of 200 mg/dL (11 mmol/L), glucose should be taken to allow the body to function properly. Blood sugar will drop and the temperature will rise to 36.5oC - 37.5oC.

5. Before meals: 100-140 mg/dL (6-8 mmol/L), after meals: 370-400 mg/dL (19.5-21 mmol/L). Temperature: 37.5oC.

A high temperature, associated with a high glycemia, indicates a high functional sugar content, it is this sugar that gives energy and warmth to the body, but does not cause diabetes. All you need to do is to practice sports or QiQongTherapy exercises to lower your blood sugar to a safe level of 140 mg/dL (8 mmol/L).

6. A blood glucose level of: 400 mg/dL (21 mmol/L) with a temperature of: 38oC. would give too much heat and discomfort. The person would know that exercise and sugar avoidance are necessary to lower blood glucose to 140 mg/dL (8 mmol/L).

7. It is necessary to measure blood sugar levels before exercising to determine whether or not to take sugar. After exercise, re-measure blood glucose levels to avoid the discomfort of a significant drop in sugar levels.

Example: Before exercises: 160 mg/dL (9 mmol/L), after: 80 mg/dL (5 mmol/L). It is necessary to take 6 teaspoons of glucose to raise blood sugar to the safe value of 140 mg/dL (8 mmol/L). Without re-measuring at the end of the exercises, we could have sudden discomforts such as dizziness, hand tremors, cold...

When you have abnormally fluctuating blood glucose levels, you should test your blood glucose levels and not ask Master Đỗ or medical doctors what to do. If the glucometer indicates low blood sugar, take glucose. If the glucometer indicates high blood sugar, practice exercises or avoid eating sugar.

8. A person has low blood sugar all the time, yet the person consumes a lot of glucose, sometimes 500 g/day.

The reason is that this person has not consumed sugar for a year, the body lacks a total of 2190 teaspoons of sugar (6x365=2190). Regularly, 6 teaspoons of glucose per day should be taken for a woman and 9 teaspoons for a man.

Each time sugar is consumed, this consumption is redistributed to all cells whose sugar has been extracted during one year. When all the sugar debt in the whole body is paid off, blood sugar levels will return to normal.

9. Sugar cane juice is well suited to treat diabetes.

Drink 6 glasses a day every day until you reach the desired blood sugar level. Sugar cane juice contains Vit B12 to help produce blood, a component that activates the pancreas' production of internal insulin, which lowers blood sugar levels. The volume of sugar cane juice consumed per day helps the kidneys to filter and eliminate any excess sugar. If it lacks sugar, the kidneys will keep the sugar, and return it to the bloodstream.

Master Đo helped the Tibetan monks regain strength and return to normal functioning by drinking 6 glasses of sugar cane juice a day. These monks lived in India, once they arrived in Montreal, they were treated for diabetes, because the reference blood sugar levels here is much lower than those in India. The treatments deprived these monks of sugar, making them dysfunctional with Insufficient organs and viscera.

The more insulin is injected, the higher the blood sugar level remains, the lower the temperature at the extremities and the body. Master Đo has treated people who have had 4 injections of insulin per day, with a blood sugar level of 500 mg/dL, the equivalent of 27.8 mmol/L, with sugar cane juice.

Master Đo has always had a high blood sugar level of 100 mg/dL (6 mmol/L) to 400 mg/dL (21 mmol/L) for more than thirty years, without ever getting sick, because he knows how to lower his blood sugar to a safe level through QiQongTherapy exercises and diet.

300 g of glucose/ day are necessary for the proper functioning of the brain (36 g), the nervous system (144 g), and the whole body (20 g).

500 g of food/day will provide 300 g of sugar (80% of food gives sugar).

The American Cardiology Association states that a woman needs 6 teaspoons of glucose per day, and a man 9 teaspoons of glucose per day.

The safe blood glucose level is 140 mg/dL or 8 mmol/L

Cortisone injection causes osteoporosis because cortisone takes sugar from the bones. It is this extra sugar extracted from the bones that reduces inflammation and pain. So it is better to drink glucose directly, as this would prevent osteoporosis.
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