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Table of Contents

Introduction

How to Deal with Hypoglycemia (Or low blood sugar)

Here are Some Suggestions

Resources

Introduction

I work with diabetic patients and these are the suggestions I make with the consent of the doctors.

I always get aggravated when patients come home from the hospital and they want to eat the same way they ate in the hospital. That is ridiculous. In the hospital patients are on insulin coverage. When the patients come home, some may be on coverage but most are not even on insulin.

So use your common sense when you are eating foods. If it is a starch or sugar, your body needs insulin to break it down.

So you do need to watch your carb and sugar intake.



How to Deal with Hypoglycemia (Or low blood sugar)

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