May be the glucometer can’t differentiate between a glucose & ascorbic acid molecule that being the reason for the sudden significant rise.
The rise in blood sugar could be either due to the glucometer not being able to differentiate between the two……… if ascorbic acid molecule are ingested by the malignant cells as suggested than why a rise in blood sugar in cancer patients
Johnwen wrote:Good Job edoc!!
In your opinion Which item do you attribute to the results you got?
Or could it be the combo?
During the course of the treatment did you use any kind of diuretics or paracentesis or did things subside on their own with the treatment??
till I found glucometers that could.
the answer to that was some glucometers cannot differentiate btw glucose & ascorbic acid molecules
eDOC wrote:At the moment am out of the country visiting other clinics. Had a word with our RN regarding the model, to which she replied it’s a Roche glucometer with specialized custom orders strips that they make for us. She is the one who found the solution to the false high readings. Has some chemical impregnated that differentiates between blood glucose & VC & probably destroys VC.
ilj777 wrote:When I search for Gluta all that comes up is Glutathione, is Gluta the same?
Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 1 guest