Andrew K Fletcher Diabetes How Inclining A Bed Alters Glucose Levels , Boosts Circulation To Help with the healing process.
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Diabetes Focused interview, with Andrew K Fletcher Reveals how our body can repair itself when we avoid sleeping on a flat bed.
Andrew explains how Leg ulcers and pressure sores rapidly heal, without drugs, when sleeping at a five degree head up angle. Fix the circulation and our body has the capacity of restoring itself, without any invasive surgery or drug therapies.
Following a successful pilot trial, involving 11 patients with type 2 diabetes, conducted independently by Doctors on Pohnpei Island in Micronesia Diabetes Pilot Trial
Also in this episode a remarkable result with increased fertility is reported from the presenter, who explains how a lady in her mid 40's, who exhausted her savings on unsuccessful IVF treatments, was told she had stopped producing eggs. Having listened to previous episodes, where Andrew reported two ladies who had conceived against all the odds by raising their beds. This lady now has healthy twins. We learn of a lady with multiple sclerosis, who inclined her bed and threw away her walking stick, and now enjoys swimming and exercising, without any pain or spams.
This discovery explains how gravity assists our circulation and should be mainstream medical practice, given that it was helping people regain control of their health more than 23 years ago, when Andrew first introduced it to the science and medical community by way providing them with compelling anecdotal evidence and fluid filled tube experiments to demonstrate how density changes in our blood, cerebrospinal fluid and lymphatic fluid are the main driving force, in order to support his claims.He now wants to repeat the Diabetes Pilot Trial on a huge scale and is asking for people with all types of diabetes to incline their beds and record a text journal / diary, noting down all changes against an initial baseline account of how diabetes affects them while sleeping on a flat bed.
Answers to these questions are provided in this video.
Why are we all sleeping on flat beds? Who decided we should? And Have humans always slept flat?
Interview with Andrew K Fletcher, by Raconteurs News Presenter Jason Holmes.