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Posted by: Zero | 2004/09/21

Low blood sugar

I suffer from low blood sugar these days, so much so that I have been to a dietician.. She gave me a diet which I follow very closely as well as a 'chromium' supplement which I take twice a day. Problem is that my blood sugar has not yet stabilised, and it has been more than two months already.. Can you maybe suggest a different supplement, or eating plan? Will Spirulina work? I want to stay as far away from real chemicals if possible..
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Dear Zero
If you are eating a diet which is based on foods with a low glycaemic index which are also high in dietary fibre and are eating 6 small meals a day, then I would recommend that you have a medical checkup to determine exactly what is causing this low blood sugar and if there are no other complicating factors. If you have simple hypoglycaemia then 2 months on the diet and the chromium supplements should have stabilised the condition to a certain extent. In the meanwhile continue with the diet and the chromium. I would not change anything just yet, first have that checkup.
Take care
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Posted by: Mads | 2004/09/21

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