Sugars that Heal! – Part 1

When you combine a protein and a carbohydrate (sugar) into one molecule, you get a glycoprotein (glyco = sugar). The protein becomes part of the cell wall and the carbohydrate acts as an “exterior” antenna on the cell wall to receive and broadcast biological signals to other cells.



  1. • function as hormones.
  2. • are essential to enzymes.
  3. • transport vitamins and hormones throughout the body.
  4. • are essential to the immune system.
  5. • play an essential role in human egg fertilization.
  6. • bind other cells and collagen together for strength. For example, nerve cells recognize and connect via glycoproteins as do muscle cells.
  7. • are involved in the formation of cartilage.
  8. • are abundant in nerve tissue and gray matter.
  9. • are involved in blood clotting.
  10. • form a thick, protective gel to protect cells from chemical, physical, and bacterial attack, such as in tears, sweat, the digestive system, urinary tract and respiratory system.
  11. • determine a person’s blood type.

(Reference: St. Edwards University in Austin, TX)

Click here to learn more about glycoproteins and see a microphotograph of them in a cell wall.

These glycoproteins can be gotten from StemRenu.

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Mark Kientz May 26, 2015 at 3:11 am

I am interested in any info about controlling blood sugar. I am diabetic type 2 and have been taking metformin without seeing much improvement. Any suggestions?


Peter Glickman June 22, 2015 at 2:34 am

Two diabetics I know have seen a reduction in the amount of insulin they need on the Master Cleanse. Also, some people taking StemRenu, a food supplement, have reported lower blood sugar numbers. And finally, be sure you are getting enough protein (1 gram for every 2.2 pounds of body weight). Dr. John Young, Largo, Florida, emphases protein because it makes the insulin more effective.


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