It takes courage…

It takes courage…

“No one understands the stress of the spouse or significant other. I believe that more than the patient, the spouse or significant other needs a lot of emotional support. They’re not considered sick. They’re not considered ill. They’re healthy. They are strong. For...

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Zoom Open House

Zoom Open House

Zoom Open HouseDear Friends and Supporters of the Hypoglycemia Support Foundation, The HSF declared March 13, 2020 as the inaugural Global *Hypoglycemia Awareness Day, and, on this special day, we also celebrated the HSF’s 40th Anniversary! Our HSF Open House Zoom...

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Good to Know

Good to Know

Kicking the Sugar Sometimes we get requests from folks who want to "Quit the Sugar" - looking for recommendations or referrals. We don't formally recommend anyone in particular in this space, since many of the actors and their business, books, etc., "kicking sugar"...

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Insomnia & Carbohydrates

Insomnia & Carbohydrates

High glycemic index diet as a risk factor for depression: analyses from the Women’s Health InitiativeAm J Clin Nutr. 2015 Aug; 102(2): 454–463.Published online 2015 Jun 24. doi: 10.3945/ajcn.114.103846PMCID: PMC4515860PMID: 26109579 James E Gangwisch,2,* Lauren...

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Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

Along with the rest of the nation we honor and celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day. President Ronald Reagan signed the holiday into law in 1983. It was officially observed in all 50 states for the first time in 2000. Many find ways to serve on this special day. Here...

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Interview with Dr. Ann Childers

Interview with Dr. Ann Childers

Interview with Dr. Ann Childers and Roberta Ruggiero Wolfram Alderson facilitates this rich conversation with Dr. Ann Childers and Roberta Ruggiero. Wolfram Alderson has dedicated his career to improving human and environmental health over the last four decades,...

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You are the hero in our equation

You are the hero in our equation

If you don’t know already, “GivingTuesday” is a global generosity movement unleashing the power of people and organizations to transform their communities and the world on December 3, 2019 and every day. Please join in celebrating #GivingTuesday! Your donation to the Hypoglycemia Support Foundation will allow us to continue our work.

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Hypoglycemia 101 – Podcast #4

Hypoglycemia 101 – Podcast #4

Founder and CEO of the Hypoglycemia Support Foundation focus on using “old school” and cutting-edge technology to control hypoglycemia. Opportunities to get involved to test and develop cutting edge solutions to improve blood sugar health, such as continuous glucose monitors, fitbits, and applications that can filter out harmful substances in the food supply.

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Hypoglycemia 101 – Podcast #4

Hypoglycemia 101 – Podcast #3

This third Hypoglycemia 101 Podcast is a series focused on deepening your knowledge of hypoglycemia and improving your blood sugar health. Our third broadcast focuses on what to do AFTER you have seen your doctor and been diagnosed with hypoglycemia. Brought to you by...

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Hypoglycemia 101 – Podcast #4

Hypoglycemia 101 – Podcast #2

The Hypoglycemia 101 Podcast is up and running! Our second broadcast focuses on preparing to talk to your health care provider, testing options, and how to find the right doctor. Brought to you by hosts Wolfram Alderson, CEO, and Roberta Ruggiero, Founder...

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To Infinity and Beyond

To Infinity and Beyond

From a paper by folks at NASAThe Effects of Blood Glucose Levels on Cognitive Performance: A Review of the LiteratureAIM: To investigate whether perceptions of task difficulty on neuropsychological tests predicted academic achievement after controlling for...

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Allulose

Allulose

Whether or not an added sugar or sweetener is "healthy" must be determined by science, and so far, whether caloric or non-caloric, "natural" or "artificial", these food additives are a question mark in terms of human health. However, many hope for a...

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