Jorge Cruise recently posted to YouTube a trailer for his upcoming “Death By Sugar” documentary. The footage that’s included in the trailer is from the sugar experiments that I helped Jorge out with on July 16th. As opposed to the other YouTube clips that were shot on Jorge Cruise’s iPhone, this footage is from the professionally filmed footage taken by Jared Davis.
The short four minute clip provides a good overview of the blood analysis that Dr. Stefan Bajon conducted on my blood both before and after consuming 200 grams of sugar. The initial analysis showed I had very healthy blood featuring individualized cells which help produce energy and carry oxygen throughout my body. In the words of Dr. Bajon, “That is about as healthy a picture of blood as I could ever see.” Definitely a great encouraging thing to see and hear when being checked out by the doctor.
We then followed that up with the consumption of about 200 grams of sugar, which included a large banana, a cup of yogurt, two low-fat Strawberry Pop Tarts, as well as a glass of Orange Juice and a 20 oz. Pepsi. Overall not a lot of food, but easily what a lot of people would consume as a breakfast and maybe an additional snack too. These are all things commonly found in just about any kitchen.
Then we proceeded with another blood sample to repeat the test. The difference was night and day, my red blood cells were all clumped together in a state called “Rouleax” where there’s no way the blood cells could create energy or carry oxygen. It was like the sugar had crippled my blood’s ability to be a carrier of life energy, it had been attacked and the only way my red blood cells could respond was by clumping together to protect themselves until the sugar gets worked through and removed from the body over time.
Check out the trailer and if you’re interested in reading a more detailed account of this experiment, please click here to read my detailed recap blog entry.