Stewart from California – AIM participant since January 1999

AIM ProgramTestimonial

I have been on the Program since its inception. In fact, my whole , my wife and three children, are on the AIM Program. My two youngest were on the AIM Program from the day they were conceived.

My experience with through the AIM Program is about . I am told that glycated hemoglobin (A1C or HbA1c) is a measurement that rates the average glucose concentration over a 90-day period. The resulting test gives a percentage number. The only thing to know is that a result of 6.0, or less is considered normal; with 6.0 to 7.0 considered “pre-diabetic”; and anything greater than 7.0 is diagnosed as diabetic.

By March 2012, my A1C was 8.9 and I was diagnosed as diabetic. I told my Doctor that he was wrong. He wanted to put me on medication, but I persuaded him to wait ninety days, and then to run the test again.

I spoke with my Facilitator. We discussed the many things that can cause these results, other than Type 2 diabetes. We concluded that energetically resolving certain hereditary imbalances could manifest by the body producing natural steroids, which could result in the higher A1C readings.

Ninety days later, at my next appointment, my doctor and I discussed everything – the medication, my blood testing/food log, and I even attempted to explain the principles underlying my self- through the AIM Program. He listened very intently, and I was appreciative of that, but it didn't change his mind – I was still a diabetic. So we drew the blood and sent it to the lab.

The next day, June 22, 2012, I received an email with the test results, and a note from my doctor which read:

“Stewart, You proved me wrong. The AIC was normal (5.8). I don't know why the A1C was so high last time and the normal blood sugars confirm what you had been telling me.”

Victory for me and the AIM Program! Thank you EMC² for all that you have done and will do.