How To Manipulate, and Correctly Interpret, Your Blood Tests
Blood tests are a horrible way to measure the health of your bowel and body, and as such, they are a very dangerous tool for assessing your health, as well as your progress with this program! (In fact, I keep threatening that in the future I will not work with clients who insist on having these done!)
Blood tests are a measurement of your body’s reaction to un-eliminated acids.* They reflect the amount of acids in your blood, but they do NOT reflect the strength of your bowel, or the amount of acids stored in your organs—leading to disease and death. They measure the “amount of trash in the middle of your kitchen.” They do not measure how many holes are in your trashcan or how much trash is stored in your kitchen cabinets or closets.
Your blood tests could be misleadingly good if your bowel is super unhealthy and you eat a high protein, low cleansing diet that keeps the acids in your organs. Your kitchen could look very misleadingly clean if you have tons of trash stuffed into your kitchen cabinets and closets. On the other hand, if six months into this program you have 25% fewer “holes in your trashcan”—i.e. a stronger bowel bacterial environment, and you have 25% fewer acids (or trash) in your organs (or kitchen cabinets), but you take too much bentonite, or two to three days before the test you eat a lot of fruit or less protein than before you started this program, your body will dump more acids into your blood then you can eliminate and your blood test will look bad—even though YOU ARE HEALTHIER!!! If you clean a big pile of trash out of your closets and dump it into your kitchen—more trash than you have space in your stronger trashcan for–your kitchen will be a mess. For a doctor, or you, to then conclude that you, or your house, is worse or less healthy than before is entirely wrong.
Your blood test has absolutely ZERO correlation to the health of your bowel or body!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Until your bowel and body are super healthy, your blood tests will be bad if you eat a cleansing diet or take the wrong amount of bentonite.
If you do these lousy tests and they are worse than before, you are not less healthy than before!! In 95% of the cases this means that you have reduced your protein intake too quickly (you guys keep doing this against my very urgent advice that you not do this!), or that you are taking too much bentonite and moving old acids into your blood faster than you can eliminate them (ie your stools are worse in form than they were on day one, a situation you are told to correct by me, or in Chapter 8 of my book.)
How much of the Bowel Strength or acidophilus you tolerate is a key indication of the health of your bowel bacterial environment, and pH tests are a key indication of the health of your organs. These “tests” give you an accurate, and safe!, measurement of your health.
You have a much greater chance of healing your bowel and body if you choose not to have these tests done.
To manipulate your blood test levels—if you still insist on having these horrible tests done—take 3,000 mg of calcium citrate the day before, and day of, your test, eat a high protein, low carbohydrate diet the day before your test, and take the right amount of bentonite that results in perfectly well-formed stools, and NEVER get these tests done if your stools have been loose, soft, or more than 1x/day and NOT 100% perfectly formed!
Finally, when a variable on a blood test comes out too high, it means you need MORE of that nutrient, etc., not less! For example, if your TSH levels are too high, your doctor will prescribe MORE thyroid hormones, not less. Why they can’t figure this out with other variables is beyond me, but clearly they haven’t, so you must take this into your hands. Time and again, if a client’s iron levels, or calcium levels, etc come back elevated on a blood test, these are brought back into normal range with larger amounts of iron and calcium, not less!! If you run into this situation and need my knowledge and support to correct your levels, let me know.
Likewise, if your vitamin B-12 levels come back too high, it does not mean you are taking too much, it means you have too little. Increasing your B-12 levels substantially will improve these levels. If your progesterone levels are too high, you are not ingesting too much progesterone! If you take the correct amount of an increased amount of progesterone (and NOT the synthetic kind your doctor will sell you, but the natural kind mentioned in my book), these levels will normalize. I have seen this happen time and time again!!
If your blood test is bad it does not mean that you do not have a healthier bowel or body. On the other hand, if your blood test is better than before, it does not mean that you are all of a sudden healthy, either!
If you are still confused, or need more support about this information, re-read pages 41-45 of my book, “This Works, Crutches Don’t,” and keep an eye out for future emails, as well as videos, regarding this very much misunderstood, dangerously so!, topic.
* This is true in 95% of the cases. A few variables, like PSA levels, are not reactions to un-eliminated acids, but rather, are the result of an unhealthy bowel bacterial environment—which you are improving with this program (ie, eventually these will come back normal!)