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Monday, February 18, 2013

Low Blood Sugar - Diet

By Gino Embrio


The hypoglycemia diet can help the person that suffers from hypoglycemia to maintain the required levels of sugar in their blood. There are many foods that you should avoid and many others that you should take. There are things that you should do and others which you should not.

Keep a diary of those foods that your body responds well to. Sometimes, the trial and error is recommended. The books on hypoglycemic diet only give you the general directions and guidelines on what to avoid and what to take. Since our bodies have differing biochemistry, the only way you can rate a certain food that has not appeared in the list of 'prohibited' or in the 'allowed' foods is by trying it. If after taking that food you feel bad you should stop its intake and put it on the black list. If after taking the food you feel better or you do not feel anything unusual you can add that food on the list of allowed foods.

The meals should be structured in such a way that the carbohydrate is about 150ml and the protein should approximate the size of your hand. Of course the amount of carbohydrate may vary slightly from one person to another, this is just a guide to how much intake one should have in each meal.

There is however certain carbohydrates and proteins that one should avoid. For instance anything that contains sugar should be avoided. The reason for this is that sugar causes the production of insulin to be release from the pancrease in high quantities hence causing the body to display the symptoms of hypoglycemia. Thus for one to avoid this symptoms one should avoid anything that contains sugar, to do this always check on the packaging for the ingredients of your purchases.

Replace the prohibited foods with the foods that your body responds well to. If for example you have withdrawn the intake of alcohol you can replace it with intake of recommended fruits such as melons, grape fruits and bananas.

Take some six small size meals every day. You should take snacks in between the meals. Always remember not to over eat. Overeating causes fullness that may induce rapid digestion and rapid absorption of glucose leading to the increase of levels of glucose in the blood.

Once you have avoided certain foods it is important that you eat each meal with the three types of food that is the carbohydrate, protein and fat. The protein and fat help the carbohydrate digestion to be slowed down.

Do not over eat. It is recommended that you take frequent light meals. The goal of hypoglycemia diet is to reduce the absorption of glucose in to the body in order to maintain the blood sugar at the required levels. If you overeat, the digestion of food will cause the production of a lot of glucose and destabilize the optimum blood sugar levels.

In order for one to minimize on the hypoglycemia symptoms it is good that you actually get a list from a health professional or from sources that deal on the topic of hypoglycemia diet.




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