Natural Treatments for Hypoglycemia

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Hypoglycemia, characterized by sugar highs and lows in the blood, is a sign that something is amiss in the body's glandular system. Developing hypoglycemia often goes along with other debilitating diseases. In this update to her bestselling booklet, author Louise Tenney, MH, gives a comprehensive overview of symptoms and complications related to hypoglycemia and outlines the natural approaches (including dietary guidelines and supplements) that are available to help manage and prevent the disease. Discover the ...
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Overview


Hypoglycemia, characterized by sugar highs and lows in the blood, is a sign that something is amiss in the body's glandular system. Developing hypoglycemia often goes along with other debilitating diseases. In this update to her bestselling booklet, author Louise Tenney, MH, gives a comprehensive overview of symptoms and complications related to hypoglycemia and outlines the natural approaches (including dietary guidelines and supplements) that are available to help manage and prevent the disease. Discover the steps you can take to combat hypoglycemia with this up-to-date, user-friendly edition of Natural Treatments for Hypoglycemia.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781580541930
  • Publisher: Woodland Publishing, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 4/15/2011
  • Series: Woodland Health Series
  • Edition description: Revised
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 40
  • Product dimensions: 6.13 (w) x 8.38 (h) x 0.15 (d)

Meet the Author


Louise Tenney has dedicated much of her life to the pursuit of natural approaches to health. She has enjoyed immense success as an author, with her publications equaling over 1 million sales. Louise attended Portland State University, studying applied chemistry and biology, and earned her Master Herbalist degree in 1986.
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Table of Contents

Hypoglycemia 5

What is Hypoglycemia? 5

The Mechanisms of Hypoglycemia 6

Human Physiology and Sugar Consumption 7

Hypoglycemia: A Red Flag 8

Symptoms of Hypoglycemia 8

Do You Have Hypoglycemia? 9

Testing for Hypoglycemia 10

The Perils of Sugar and Starches 10

Sugar and the Endocrine System 11

Sugar and Hyperactivity 12

Sugar and Depression 12

Liver Function in Hypoglycemia 12

Stress and Hypoglycemia 13

PMS and Hypoglycemia 14

Alcoholism, Addiction and Hypoglycemia 14

Preventing Hypoglycemia 15

Basic Dietary Guidelines 15

Dietary Game Plan 15

Complex Carbohydrates and Fiber 16

Whole Foods vs. Processed Foods 16

Foods for Hypoglycemia 17

Foods and Substances to Avoid 18

Caffeine, Cigarettes and Carbonation 18

Supplements for Hypoglycemia 19

Vitamins 19

Minerals 22

Amino Acids 23

Herbs 24

Exercise and Hypoglycemia 26

A Word of Encouragement 26

Recipes 27

Appendix: A Note on Hyperglycemia and Diabetes 33

References 36

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