The Low Blood Sugar Handbook

The Low Blood Sugar Handbook

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by Patricia Krimmel, Edward Krimmel
     
 

FOR THOSE WHO SEARCH The program outlined in The Low Blood Sugar Handbook is for you. It is an optimum lifestyle not only for functional hypoglycemics (low blood sugar sufferers), but also for those suffering from premenstrual syndrome (PMS) and everyone else who desires a healthy and productive life.
Women who suffer from PMS often have low blood sugar. Once

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FOR THOSE WHO SEARCH The program outlined in The Low Blood Sugar Handbook is for you. It is an optimum lifestyle not only for functional hypoglycemics (low blood sugar sufferers), but also for those suffering from premenstrual syndrome (PMS) and everyone else who desires a healthy and productive life.
Women who suffer from PMS often have low blood sugar. Once the blood sugar is stabilized, the PMS can be dealt with more effectively.

This book is written by low blood sugar sufferers rather than by a medical person since only sufferers have the insight into dealing with the everyday situations of low blood sugar. After working with hundreds of hypoglycemics, Edward and Patricia Krimmel have articulated the things that only sufferers can know. They give the clear, practical and complete advice you need for understanding and dealing with the everyday nitty- gritty of low blood sugar.

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A number of books have been written on low blood sugar but none as complete or up to date as The Low Blood Sugar Handbook. Edward Krimmel, the sufferer in this case, searched and discovered the root of his distressing symptoms. Patricia, his wife, a registered nurse, was 'copilot' during his struggle to gain health and normalcy. Together they have developed what they call the Krimmel Program, which includes, diet, exercise, fun and laughter, and proper sleep and rest. Suggestions are also given on 'choosing the right doctor,' in view of Krimmel's sad experiences with the medical professionals.

This book provides a comprehensive guide for people suffering with low blood sugar and there are menus and schedules for eating plus a few recipes. There are numerous individuals who will benefit from the helpful ideas and information which this book contains.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780916503048
Publisher:
Franklin Publishers
Publication date:
02/20/1992
Edition description:
REVISED
Pages:
192
Sales rank:
737,784
Product dimensions:
8.24(w) x 5.12(h) x 0.48(d)

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The Low Blood Sugar Handbook 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The information was insight and more than my doctor gave me. It needs to be revamped because I found newer information on blogs that helped my condition more so than this handbook.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Although the writer tends to ramble with 'look what happened to me', the nutritional value is very good. If the author stuck to how to combat low blood sugar rather than how ignorant the medical community is, I would have liked it better. (I agree with him, just tended to go on and on.)
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Guest More than 1 year ago
I read this book 9 years ago and gave it away to a neighbor 5 years ago. I am back now looking for it for someone else. This book really pins down the symptoms and lets you have the knowledge you need to deal with this. I like that instead of being rigid, it has quite a latitude of information. Not all people are the same even experiencing this issue. This book takes that into account and lets you know the range of what you can expect and how to deal with it. I like the first person account that it offers that at the time I could relate perfectly to. If you want to know and get over it, this is the best start and really can stand on its own in my opinion. There is one point it is very generic on that is very key for me but I'm not sure if what that is belongs in a book review. Only one point, though, which is still far better than any other book I have read. If I wrote it, I would only have to add 2 words minimum, 5 words to clear confusion, 1 page for readability. Very complete.