Hypoglycemia

Supplement GuideEat six or more small meals consisting of complex carbohydrates (whole grains) and vegetables or high protein foods and vegetables. Avoid sugar and other refined carbohydrates; eschew artificial sweeteners. Minimize fruit juices. Use xylitol, erythritol, or other natural sweeteners with low glycemic index in moderation. Regular exercise, stress reduction, and adequate sleep will also reduce hypoglycemic symptoms.

Recommended Supplements:
GTF Chromium, Niacin, Flush-Free, Royal Jelly, Glucose Metabolizer, Clarimen GC (Creatine Monohydrate), Pure Psyllium Husk with Apple Pectin, Multiple for Every Man, Multiple for Every Woman, Calcium, Bone Density (with magnesium and vitamin D).

Note: You don’t have to order all the supplements listed for each health condition. Start with the first one to three products, based on your needs. Take supplements for a minimum of one month (in severe cases longer) until relieved of the symptoms. Then take supplements on and off for maintenance.


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