70.Hypoglycemia Moderated discussion and help for Food Combining and the Hay diet, Cookery and recipes, Starch or Protein

Hypoglycemia: from on 2002-05-22

HI!

I'm so happy to find this discussion board. For years, I've watched the "new" diets closely, hoping someone would broach the subject of being able to work with special diets and medicinal dependencies. I gave up, finally, and looked to tried and true eating plans. I stumbled across food combining, with just a graph explaining what food went with what. I had what I needed when I found Peter's site. It explained everything so simply, it was wonderful. At present, I'm working this food plan around my many (and much more stringent) needs.

CORRINE in AZ, USA

Re: Hypoglycemia: from Peter on 2002-05-22

Thanks for your comments.

Peter

Re: Hypoglycemia: from on 2004-03-03

I was diagnosed with hypoglycemia,Im not sure what to eat.Im reading everything i can get my hands on.some people just say eat in moderation. Im 42 and its real hard to adjust. I confused

Re: Hypoglycemia: from on 2004-03-03

I was diagnosed with hypoglycemia,Im not sure what to eat.Im reading everything i can get my hands on.some people just say eat in moderation. Im 42 and its real hard to adjust. I confused

Re: Hypoglycemia: from on 2004-03-03

I was diagnosed with hypoglycemia,Im not sure what to eat.Im reading everything i can get my hands on.some people just say eat in moderation. Im 42 and its real hard to adjust. I confused....Corrine Parkes wrote:
>
> HI!
>
> I'm so happy to find this discussion board. For years, I've
> watched the "new" diets closely, hoping someone would broach
> the subject of being able to work with special diets and
> medicinal dependencies. I gave up, finally, and looked to
> tried and true eating plans. I stumbled across food
> combining, with just a graph explaining what food went with
> what. I had what I needed when I found Peter's site. It
> explained everything so simply, it was wonderful. At
> present, I'm working this food plan around my many (and much
> more stringent) needs.
>
> CORRINE in AZ, USA

Re: Hypoglycemia: from on 2004-03-12

Just 2 days ago i found out i had hypoglycemia, i'm a little confused and dont know much about it or how to change my diet, what to eat? I am only 17 and if anyone can send me any infomation on hypoglycemia i would be very happy thank you

Re: Hypoglycemia: from on 2004-07-14

For a long time now I have known that I have some kind of problem to do with diet.
I eat slow acting carbs because I get violent headaches if I have sugary foods. Yet I crave sugary foods after a meal.
I feel very confused from day to day,feel tired all the time, and at times feel like I am about to fall into a very, very deep sleep. I have a very poor memory, feel low in myself, go dizzy without warning or reason, have difficulty performing sexually (to the point that it makes me crave sugar during or just after. My legs also go to jelly and I am unable to stand up. I then get a cold sweat and have to rest). If I drink alcohol I constantly have to urinate (ussually 3-4 times for every pint).
I have had my blood sugar levels tested a couple of times and was told that they were fine? They were testing for diabetes?
I also train at the gym 3 times a week and I am very strong, yet feel so week at other times?
Does anyone have any comments that could point me in the right dirrection?
Please help
Chris

Re: Hypoglycemia: from on 2004-07-20

Anyththing that is starchy or is high on the "glycemic index" is going to mess with your blood sugar levels. The goal is to stablilize your blood sugar, so you want to eliminnate refined carbs and all sugars. You can see if an ocasional small portion of fruit causes you any problems or not. Any carbs you do have should be in their whole form and unadulterated. I know cheese is often reccomended to hypoglycemics and for sure small frequent meals. In addition, fiber is supposed to help keep blood sugar levels balanced. Hope that helps

Re: Hypoglycemia: from on 2004-07-30

Hi, For the past 5 months I have been getting very panicky for no reason and confused, tired and have a heavy pounding in my chest.
The doctor says I have depression but I don't think he's right, I have had a blood count done and it was normal, this was after begging my doctor to do one.
I read a forum about a woman that felt the same way and she found she was hypoglycemic and got better after changing her diet, I have removed all carbs from my diet and only have meat, fish & dairy although i do have broccoli, cauliflower and the odd piece of fruit, I feel alittle better but not great. could anyone tell me if I am going wrong and are all doctors so negative about the condition? When i told my doctor what I thought it might be he laughed

Re: Hypoglycemia: from on 2004-10-20

Hello....

I am looking for info regarding Hypoglycemia and what foods are best. I saw responses on this site... but not the info that is being talked about.... Where do I view?

Thank you