How do I know if I have Hypoglycemia | Revertiz Diabetes Reversal Program

How do I know if I have Hypoglycemia | Revertiz Diabetes Reversal Program - Diabexy

In today's blog, you will learn how to determine if you have Hypoglycemia. Today, we have Ms. Sumedha, a member of our Diabetes Reversal Program, joining us. She shares that her issue is Hypoglycemia, and she just had her blood fasting and insulin tests done, with an insulin resistance of 1.09, indicating that she doesn't have insulin resistance. So her question is, why do we measure blood sugar in hours? And her second question is, is Hypoglycemia reversible? By answering this, you will also learn a lot. 

When it comes to blood sugar, as soon as someone eats, their levels begin to spike and typically return to normal after 4-5 hours. Each individual responds differently to sugar intake; some reach peak blood sugar levels in half an hour, some in an hour, and others in 3 or 4 hours. Thus, five types of graphs are formed when you conduct blood tests on 10,000-20,000 people.

Regarding reduced insulin resistance, when a person is in a hyperinsulinemic state, the pancreas becomes hyperactive. At a basic level, everything appears normal, but as soon as food, particularly carbohydrates, enters the body, the amount of insulin needed, which should increase by 10-20 units, instead spikes to 100-200 units. When excess insulin is released, it reduces blood sugar levels, leading to immediate hypoglycemia. This condition is referred to as pancreatic inflammation.

If efforts are made to treat inflammatory pancreas, it can also be gradually improved. How can this be treated? For this, adopting an alkaline diet can be very beneficial. Adding more vegetables to the diet helps in alleviating inflammation. Low glycemic index (GI) foods also provide a lot of help in managing inflammation. 


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