Thanks for all your help. I will certainly try the butter/honey mixture
or the avocado/honey mixture.
Does anyone know of an insulin dependent diabetic who has cure this
problem with raw food?
Aajonus sent me his supplier's list. The only supplier of commerical
raw butter was Stueve's in L.A. and they haven't shipped in 6 months.
Does anyone know of another supplier?
At 10:19 PM 12/1/98 -0800, you wrote:
>This is pretty drastic! has anyone else ever has success using unheated
>honey to help diabetes?
>Has anyone experienced a lessening of diabetic complications on the
>I rarely have pure raw honey. Aajonus suggested a butter/honey mixture that
>is 2/3 fat and 1/3 honey. The fat slows the sugar entry to the blood
>stream. I was not diabetic, but had been hypoglycemic with strong
>potential in the future to develop adult diabetes without changing my diet.
>The raw foods have stabilized the sugar ups and downs. I am assuming you
>got one of the recommended honey's, I have had the best feeling from the
>Hawaiian White honey, Natural Rush, and a local product called Live. All
>of these are crystallized.
>Non crystallized honey or honey without fat still cause a mild sugar
>response for me. I have been eating raw about 60 or 70% of the time for the
>last 6 months.
>Aajonous suggested I limit my fruit intake to two handfuls a day, always
>with butter or avocado. He also suggested I limit my vegetable juices to
>30% beet or carrot with the remaining 70% green veggies.
>Hope this helps. Micaela