I must tell you about Breanna – beginning 48 hours after visiting you Breanna has slept soundly each night since. She has never slept soundly a single night since birth! She always tossed and turned, had vivid dreams or nightmares and talked in her sleep. She hardly stirs now. Mike and I can’t believe it. Yesterday upon rising her saliva ph reached 7.0… I have been testing her for 2 months each morning, and this is the first time she was in the normal range. Her first morning urine is actually more acid; 5.75-6.0 (was up to 6.25-6.5). I am guessing her liver and digestive systems are beginning to balance (showing in the saliva) but it is taking time for her kidneys to move the waste out. The Dr. dropped her Lantis (long acting insulin) completely last week. She takes a total 1.5-2.5 units of Humalog (short acting) each day keeping her post meal blood sugar from shooting up too high. In January when we left the hospital, her original perscription was 12-15 units of Humalog. We are so close to turning. Thanks for all your help.
I am still praying the Lord will heal Breanna’s body completely and bring a cure for so many who live daily with diabetes. It is hard to watch that tiny body struggle with the fluctuating blood sugar levels. It is hard to see her finger pricked every 4 hours as well as administer the injections as needed. It is a huge lifestyle adjustment and it amazes me that so many, many people have had to deal with this for 30 years or more. It saddens me when I hear of one more person getting the disease (like Denver’s quarterback at age 25). I pray to see Type 1 diabetes be prevented just like small pox, polio and other terrible diseases that struck children in the past. I know all things are possible.
I was glad to hear about your office from a friend and very glad to experience improvements in Breanna’s pH, sleep and lowered insulin needs. The Electro-dermal screening helps to take the guess work about what supplements and medicine works for Breanna’s body. Every body is different and has unique needs. As we go forward in a few weeks with a followup screening, we have a way to measure improvements in her body and make adjustments.
For the first time I feel a huge amount of hope.
— Joni H, Atlanta, GA
[note: Breanna is 4 years old, and was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes in January.]