Sugar Diabetes Out Of the Blue
“I’ve got a question for you,” a woman asked.
“I went to the doctor and had a complete run of tests.
“He said I was in perfect health.
“A month later, I broke a rib, and went back to him.
“He suggested we run all those tests again, and I said, ‘What for? We just did them.’
“He said, ‘Well, the insurance is paying for them. Let’s run them again.’
“He did, and he told me I had full-blown diabetes!
“How is that possible?
“How could I be in perfect health one month, and then have full-blown diabetes the next?”
“Easy,” I replied. “You broke your seventh or eighth rib on the left side.”
“How did you know that?” she exclaimed.
“There’s a diabetic point between those ribs.
“It’s both a Neuro-Lymphatic Point and one of the Chapman Reflexes.
“It’s associated with the Spleen-Pancreas Meridian.”
(Technically, it’s “the Chapman reflex for the pancreas located in the 7th intercostal space on the left.”)
I didn’t go into my usual male-on-the-left, female-on-the-right routine because she wasn’t seeing me as a client.
Plus, who in their left-right mind would believe such a thing was possible?
Diabetes relates to the Sugar Blues.
Adano Ley (Swami Nitty-Gritty) identified turquoise as Sugar Blue.
Turquoise “clears the head” of cerebral overkill (overthinking a situation) during and immediately after an accident.
Dinshah P. Ghadiali wrote …
“Lemon being the Cerebral Stimulant, by all rules of Spectro-Chrome Metry, Turquoise its Affinity, becomes automatically the Cerebral Depressant. Mental Overaction accompanied by rise in Temperature, succumbs to the Irradiation of Turquoise.”
A wide back helps prevent diabetes.
Exercising the latissimus dorsi results in a wide, V-tapered “Cobra Back.”
It’s exercised by swimming, rowing, bowling, playing golf, chopping wood, walking with crutches, etc.
Chinning puts the lats into peak contraction.
Pullovers put them into length contraction, allowing a beneficial stretch.
My bodybuilding friend, Don Peters, back in the 1960s, looked like a hang glider when he did a Lat Spread.
The trapezius muscles are also associated with the Spleen-Pancreas Meridian.
Barbell shrugs are the classic bodybuilding exercise for the traps.
Walking while letting the arms swing free activates the traps.