Sugar Fermentation – Sclerology

The above sclera image shows substantial sugar fermentation with resulting bacteria (the brown cloudy patches are the Sclerology marking). The sugar fermentation shows as blue or purplish spots at the end of a line, which can eventually lead to bacteria due to the fermentation. This shows that there is a sugar metabolism dysfunction within the body, but can also be a sign of systemic bacterial infection. This may cause symptoms of light-headedness or sleepiness within 30 minutes of eating a meal, and could relate to symptoms of hypoglycemia or diabetes. Sugar fermentation and bacteria can be treated with correct nutrition and cleansing, and once effective, the lines will fade away.