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Hypoglycemia

Low Blood Sugar (Hypoglycaemia) The 20th Century Epidemic?

by MARTIN BUDD N. D., D. O., Lic.Ac.

Frequency of Meals

An important characteristic of the hypolgycaemic diet is the need for frequent meals. As we know, the hypoglycaemic patient produces too much insulin in response to certain foods, and the blood sugar falls. The only way to avoid a severe drop in the blood sugar is to eat small meals at frequent intervals. Frequent snack meals of starch (e.g.

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Low Blood Sugar (Hypoglycemia) The 20th Century Epidemic?

by MARTIN BUDD N. D., D. O., Lic.Ac.

Frequency of Meals

An important characteristic of the hypoglycemic diet is the need for frequent meals. As we know, the hypoglycemic patient produces too much insulin in response to certain foods, and the blood sugar falls. The only way to avoid a severe drop in the blood sugar is to eat small meals at frequent intervals.

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