Our expert says:
Try to eat protein and low GI, high fibre carbohydrate with each meal and avoid sugar - sugar tends to cause insulin peaks that can cause a drop in blood sugar. It may also help to eat a snack between meals - like a small tub of yogurt and an apple, or 2 provitas and some cheese. Manna tablets can also help to stabilize your blood sugar. (http://www.mannaplus.com/eng/tablets.php)
You have to test your blood to determine if you really have an iron shortage, and then your doctor will prescribe iron tablets/B vitamins if needed.
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