Hypoglycemia or low blood sugar is rooted in overproduction of insulin. Symptoms can include aches, constant hunger, dizziness, brain fog, headache, fatigue, insomnia, digestive disorders, palpatations, sweating, and nervous tension.
Reducing sugar, as well as juicing many greens, in a balanced diet helps many.
Can my hypoglycemia story help you?
For the better part of my life sugar has affected me terribly! I had no idea it did though...until I couldn't function during the day without lots of caffiene and at night I was so weak and tired, and had terrible night sweats in my sleep. It wasn't relaxing sleep at all! I had to do something.
I eliminated all sugar from my diet...as well as any artifical sugar. At first this was hard but I used stevia in my tea. I avoided sweets unless they were from purely natural sources like plain fruit, or juices. After a few weeks my blood sugar regulated. I juiced lots of vegetable juices(adding apple for a little sweetness). I was just so senstive to anything refined, sugary or processed. The same holds true today. But I can function now and feel much better!
I'm telling you this because if you have a problem with hypoglycemia, I really believe it can be eliminated by tweaking your diet.
Your body will eventually get back to normal and you'll feel great again.
Juicing greens of any type as well as vegetable juices can help your blood sugar. I also find that licorice root and siberian ginseng herbal tinctures help and I take them in water every day.
If I ever have something I shouldn't, I know that a little green vegetable juice can get me back on my feet!
Fruits and vegetables:
Apples, Cherries, Grapefruit, Plums, Beets, Broccoli, Cabbage, Cauliflower, Carrots, Artichoke, Leafy Greens, Tomatoes
Dandelion, Chamomile, Ginseng, Licorice, Bee Pollen, Rice Bran, Sweet Root, Siberian Ginseng
Recipe #1: Broccoli, Artichoke, Fennel, Parsley
Recipe #2: Grapefruit, Lemon, Papaya
Recipe #3: Carrot, Celery, Garlic