Low blood sugar, HYPOGLYCEMIA

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Many people are suffering from weakness and headaches created by lack of sugar in the blood. This state of dizziness we call hypoglycemia.

ADA (American Diabetes Association) that receives millions of dollars for research has this to say about hypoglycemia:

Hypoglycemia (Low Blood Glucose)

“Hypoglycemia is a condition characterized by abnormally low blood glucose (blood sugar) levels, usually less than 70 mg/dl. However, it is important to talk to your health care provider about your individual blood glucose targets, and what level is too low for you.

Hypoglycemia may also be referred to as an insulin reaction, or insulin shock.

Hypoglycemic symptoms are important clues that you have low blood glucose. Each person’s reaction to hypoglycemia is different, so it’s important that you learn your own signs and symptoms when your blood glucose is low.

The only sure way to know whether you are experiencing hypoglycemia is to check your blood glucose, if possible. If you are experiencing symptoms and you are unable to check your blood glucose for any reason, treat the hypoglycemia. Severe hypoglycemia has the potential to cause accidents, injuries, coma, and death.

Signs and Symptoms of Hypoglycemia (happen quickly)

  • Shakiness
  • Nervousness or anxiety
  • Sweating, chills and clamminess
  • Irritability or impatience
  • Confusion, including delirium
  • Rapid/fast heartbeat
  • Lightheadedness or dizziness
  • Hunger and nausea
  • Sleepiness
  • Blurred/impaired vision
  • Tingling or numbness in the lips or tongue
  • Headaches
  • Weakness or fatigue
  • Anger, stubbornness, or sadness
  • Lack of coordination
  • Nightmares or crying out during sleep
  • Seizures
  • Unconsciousness


  1. Consume 15-20 grams of glucose or simple carbohydrates
  2. Recheck your blood glucose after 15 minutes
  3. If hypoglycemia continues, repeat.
  4. Once blood glucose returns to normal, eat a small snack if your next planned meal or snack is more than an hour or two away.

15 grams of simple carbohydrates commonly used:

  • glucose tablets (follow package instructions)
  • gel tube (follow package instructions)
  • 2 tablespoons of raisins
  • 4 ounces (1/2 cup) of juice or regular soda (not diet)
  • 1 tablespoon sugar, honey, or corn syrup
  • 8 ounces of nonfat or 1% milk
  • hard candies, jellybeans, or gumdrops (see package to determine how many to consume)”

And as far as the cure for hypoglycemia ADA has this to say;

How Can I Prevent Low Blood Glucose?

“Your best bet is to practice good diabetes management and learn to detect hypoglycemia so you can treat it early—before it gets worse.

If you’re new to type 2 diabetes, join our free Living With Type 2 Diabetes program to get help and support during your first year.”

In few words ADA is instructing us to live with this problem and consume enough sugar to prevent hypoglycemic attack. For this, they are receiving millions of dollars in contributions and billions in medical services by promoting and perpetuating lies.

Now let us see what is really happening here.

People that eat substantial amount of animal products do not have problem with hypoglycemia.

More we are dependent on carbohydrate diet, the more chance we have to experience hypoglycemia. Almost everyone who eats carbohydrates knows that if they do not eat in time, they become weak, nervous and light headed. If the hunger persists even headache will occur. Well this are the signs of hypoglycemia. People become hypoglycemic even if they do not show signs of diabetes and are not using insulin. So here ADA is incorrectly suggesting how you may be diabetic if you experience hypoglycemia. No wonder, they are just fishing for new patients.

So what causes hypoglycemia and why some people suffer from it and some not?

When we eat correctly and our cells are properly calibrated to utilize fat (triglyceride) as source of cellular energy, glycogen is left alone as buster fuel for emergency situation. Situation changes as we start eating incorrectly and consume more and more carbohydrates (sugars).

I have explained many times how cells undergo genetic expression change so that they can switch from fat to glucose as energy source. More dietary carbohydrates there are in the food we eat, more drastic will this change be. Cells have to deactivate more and more mitochondria making it more and more difficult for them to produce enough energy from triglyceride. So after you had a breakfast of cereals or bread your cells will become energized for about an hour. After that they will require more energy. Since our body does not have capacity to store glucose and we cannot go and eat more carbohydrates because we are occupied, the body sends what is programmed to send as energy source and that is triglyceride. Since our cells are reprogrammed for glucose they cannot produce enough energy utilizing fat (they do not have enough mitochondria active for this process). Since we are working and cannot go and eat we ignore cellular request for energy. Cells are asking for more food so the body releases more triglyceride. This does not solve the problem. Blood level of triglyceride is rising and our cells are starving for energy. More we wait the more severe the situation becomes creating a shock. Now glycogen is being utilized as cellular energy source creating sudden drop in blood sugar, hypoglycemia, with all its symptoms.

As soon as we eat dietary carbohydrates, cells become energized and the symptoms of hypoglycemia vanishes.

Now, solution is not to eat every two hours to avoid hypoglycemia. The solution is to start eating correctly and prevent hypoglycemia from occurring.

When we eat correctly, our cells receive enough energy from triglyceride so we can work the whole day not experiencing weakness or dizziness. Huge amount of active mitochondria assure plenty of energy production from triglyceride so there is no need for cells to burn glycogen and if danger occurs, glycogen will be quickly supplied to those mitochondria producing incredible amount of energy to take us out of the tight place we found ourselves to be.Steady supply of energy from triglyceride make the whole body to perform correctly. No loss of concentration, no muscle weakness, no irritability and no stress. Above all no possibility of developing diabetes or almost any chronic disease that is debilitating our modern socially and politically correct society. As I am showing you again, we are mislead by the system into following the wrong believes that transform us into sheepishly followers and slaves.

All of you reading my blog are empowered with truth that will set you free and for most of us, the truth is stranger than fiction. This is why I applaud you to share this knowledge with those willing to listen and absorb.

Love and light


11 comments on “Low blood sugar, HYPOGLYCEMIA

  1. it is not as simple as you put it to be alot of factors have to be taken into consideration like genetics, family history, metabolism.

  2. the thing about hypoglycemia is that if you go wrong you can go into a diabetic coma and then to get a patient out of a coma is hard.

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