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Apologies for the use of the word “blood” in the title, as it is one of my pet peeves that in RBTI the refractometer is thought of as a tool that monitors blood sugar, which it doesn’t. But it does show an incredible connection to available sugar – or what you might call sugar levels in the brain and muscle and available to the cells. Because of that, the refractometer?continues to impress me, as it’s about the most’simple, inexpensive, and easy-to-use health’tool on the planet (up there with the thermometer). And it demystifies “hypoglycemia,” a condition that the mainstream medical establishment more or less doesn’t recognize, nor should they, as hypoglycemia means?low, sugar, blood. Having low levels of sugar in the blood is an extreme rarity in today’s day and age. Having radical fluctuations in available carbohydrate is another story altogether, and that is revealed not in the blood, but in the urine.

This?is one of my favorite Challen Waychoff videos that I’ve posted thus far. In the video he discusses the fluctuation or “the wobble.”? This is?a central theme in RBTI – trying to eat and drink in a way that?makes this fluctuation smaller – allowing your body to?heal itself more effectively, gain energy, and “pick up more?vitamins and minerals from the food that you eat.”? Enjoy, and stay tuned for next week for an exciting?interview series with 180DegreeHealth’s “biggest loser,” who has lost 130 pounds and counting eating the food…