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A more detailed analysis of my health according to the RBTI
Monday, May 05 2003 - Filed under: General
I have practically finished reading Dr. Beddoe's book, but still have to reread some parts to get a good feeling of the material.. It's truly fascinating.
Let's review the RBTI tests I did lately.
4/27/2003 5:00 PM
0.7 5.8 / 6.8 5C 4M 7 / 7
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The figures mean:
UrineBrix UrinepH SalivapH Salts Debris NitrateNitrogen AmmoniaNitrogen
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The optimal values would be:
Sugar brix (1.5); Urine pH (6.4); Saliva pH (6.4); Conductivity (7); Cell Debris (1 or 0.04M); Nitrate Nitrogen (3); Ammonia Nitrogen (3)
1.5 6.4 / 6.4 7C 0.04M 3 / 3
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My analysis, after reading Dr. Beddoe's book
A few simple observations first:
* My urine pH is way too low. It's 0.6 pH points under the optimal, which means it's 4 times more acid (cationic) than it should be
* My saliva pH is slightly too alkalic (anionic)
* Conductivity (salt index) is relatily low
* The urea's are relatively low
* The Sugar Brix level is way too low and I obviously have trouble keeping my bloodsugars in check.. Low-bloodsugar symptoms are possible.
Because my weight is relatively low (185cm and 72kg) and also the urea's, this means I have a potassium deficiency.
The urine pH and the saliva pH's are quite offset (big difference). This means the digestion is quite poor. The big offset means that in some parts of the digestive tract, the digestion is way too slow and in other parts it's way too fast. This causes maldigestion and then gas.
The saliva pH reflects the quality of the liver w.r.t. first-phase digestion. It reflects the pH of the bile. 6.4 is the optimum value.
The urine pH reflects that 2nd part of the digestion, in other words, how the foods, once absorbed, are metabolised in the body. This is going quite bad.. 5.8 is a very acid value.
Insulin's action is dependent on a stable pH of the tissues in the body.
Because of this high acidity, the insulin is functioning very poorly in the body. With too alkalic values it would be working too powerful.
In my case, with the high acidity, this means insulin is very ineffective in bringing down the blood glucose levels. So, when I eat a small amount of carbohydrates, the bloodsugars rise, and the pancreas starts to pump insulin. The pump only stops when the bloodsugar levels have come down to reasonable levels again. When the insulin is very ineffective, this produces a sitatuation, known as hyperinsulinemea: Way too much insulin is available in the blood.
After a while, this will cause low blood sugars and on average the blood sugars will be very low, due to the high insulin content of the blood.
The 0.7 Brix perfectly reflects this situation.. Cause and effect: pH is too low --> Insulin too ineffective --> Bloodsugars low --> Brix levels low
Due to the low blood sugars, the blood's capability to transport oxygen is severely damaged. At Brix values between 1.2 and 2.0, with an optimum at 1.5, blood can transport the most oxygen. Lower or higher levels will decrease or increase (excessively) the oxygen-carrying property of the blood. So, in my case, the blood is carrying too less oxygen. Low oxygen affects the brains, but it also affects the liver.
The liver and oxygen
Without proper oxygen availability, the liver can't absorb and process calcium. This causes big problems: The liver can't produce the enzymes (6 billion types) anymore, which are needed as raw enzymes for the other organs to transform into usable enzymes. When the liver starts to malfunction, that's the start of the disease. So, our main goal will be to get the liver back online..
Bloodsugars and alcohol
But wait, there's even more to learn: Low bloodsugars will mean that the pancreas won't produce enough alcohol from the glucose. Low alcohol means low body temperature and low body temperature means that several enzymes won't function correctly. They depend on a stable body temperature. Any fluctuation will severely flaw the function of the enzymes.
Bloodsugars and potassium
When there's not enough urea's in the blood (side products of protein digestion), the body can't effectively absorb potassium. With low potassium the brains can't function optimally and it won't be able to send the right signals to the organs. So it's also important to increase the bloodsugars to improve potassium absorption.
My calcium problems
Perhaps my problems with calcium in the past are caused by this:
Low pH --> insulin problems -> low blood sugars -> low oxygen-transport -> liver unable to process the calciums -> high calcium levels in the blood -> Brain fog (inability to think clearly) when near blood-brain-barrier-breaking electrosmog, because excess calcium leaks into brain, causing neurotoxin situation
Again, the main goal is to ge the liver back online, so it can supply all neccessary raw enzymes to all organs, so digestion will function optimally, detox will, and organs will be regenerating like they should.
How can this be accomplished ?
The worst part of the equation needs to be solved first:
* The very acid pH
* The Low Brix levels
This is accomplished by starting the lemon-distilled water treatment, by changing the diet to include more raw green foods, to drink vegetable juices and to supplement the important calciums that are lacking. In my case it will be the anionic calciums. Besides that I will also need mineral colloids to improve the mineral colloid in my body.
The lemon-juice is already doing its job, as can be seen in the RBTI figures after one day of lemon-water treatment..
Once the pH's go up, this will improve digestion noticably and will also improve insulin's action. One nasty side effect is that there will be quite some hypoglycemia symptoms, as the insulin gets more and more powerful in lowering glucose levels..
One day, I had a nasty experiece and almost fainted.
This is counteracted by adding a sweetener to the lemon juice and also a few drops of gin (alcohol), which catalyzes the blood regulation process.
Today, 5th of May 2003, I am starting the lemon-fast, with only lemon juice each hour in 4 oz of *distilled* water and with some added honey..
Alas, a complete fast isn't possible for me, as the honey makes my glucose levels drop too fast, so I'm including 2 dates with each lemon drink.. That seems to keep my bloodsugar levels up good enough..
Another option would be to use pure fructose, which might not trigger such a heavy insulin reaction as the 50%-glucose honey does..
Will keep you updated..
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