Is it possible to be diabetic AND hypoglycemic?

A diet high in refined carbohydrates can cause the pancreas to overproduce insulin resulting in hypoglycemia.  If this taxing of the pancreas goes on long enough, the pancreas begins to tire and fails to respond with insulin when needed.  A temporary high glucose level is produced. When that same tired pancreas finally does respond, it does so with too much insulin causing hypoglycemia again.  This is a hypoglycemic/pre-diabetic response.  If the process continues the pancreas finally becomes exhausted and full-blown diabetes can be the final outcome.  The dietary treatment for both conditions is the same.–Dr. Lorna Walker

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