Experts From Around the World Speak on Hypoglycemia
…the ultimate dream: that one day low blood sugar (hypoglycemia) and all the other body chemistry problems will enjoy more credibility, research funding and treatment by nutrition rather than just by medication.
If you have puzzled over noticeable changes in your moods, thoughts, and feelings, don’t be so quick to accept them as psychological disorders. Hypoglycemia can cause severe metabolic changes in your brain and nervous system, creating altered moods, emotional instability, and behavior changes.
For one person in every ten, sugar is a deadly food, paving the way toward a hundred distressing physical symptoms, plus all the tortures of neurotic and even psychotic behavior. For that person a little sugar is akin to a little carbolic acid.
Our 21st century lifestyle is causing so many diseases with hypoglycemia being high on the list.
The low blood sugar of today is the diabetes of tomorrow.
I have never, ever seen an alcoholic who wasn’t hypoglycemic. It just doesn’t occur, it’s the same problem.
Hypoglycemia, a precursor of Type 2 Diabetes, affects as least 25% of North Americans. That means that there are at least 80 million people living and working at much less than optimal productivity and creativity.
You probably know someone who has diabetes. But you may not know that hypoglycemia and diabetes are linked. Blood sugar imbalances underlies both disorders.
Why would a devastating, perplexing, far-reaching medical condition such as hypoglycemia be so consistently ignored, overlooked, and underplayed?
Hypoglycemia: a gift? Yes. Because, long before you get type 2 diabetes or heart disease, low blood sugar, also called hypoglycemia, sends you insistent warnings, like a “canary in a coal mine,” while you still have time to spare yourself. The gift messages take many forms: anxiety, depression, physical and mental fatigue, brain fog and cravings – all with the same greeting: ‘Change while there’s still time.’ Assuming you listen and act, it could save you a lifetime of unnecessary suffering.
Warning: as many as 100 million people in this country may be suffering from a disease nobody cares to talk about! Failure to learn about it could be dangerous to your health.
It is an alarming fact that countless Americans suffer-unsuspectingly-from the debilitating effects of hypoglycemia, a diet-related condition caused by low blood sugar. Unless the symptoms are diagnosed, a multitude of mental and physical disorders can go undetected. Hypoglycemia is a disease that will not kill you, only one that will make you wish you were dead.
Hypoglycemia is the most perplexing, mysterious, complicated, contradictory, as well as controversial and complex “Disease” I know.
Poor eating habits, the addition of unhealthy ingredients, increased stress and poor sleeping habits has led to the increased incidence of this underappreciated blood sugar disorder: hypoglycemia.
The sugar-laden American diet has led to a national epidemic of hypoglycemia, an ailment characterized by irrational behavior, emotional instability, distorted judgment, and nasty personality defects.