Sara asked in HealthDiet & Fitness · 2 months ago

How do i avoid sugar if i suffer from hypoglycemia?

Ok guys so heres the thing i suffer from really bad low blood sugar specially when i go out for a jog or do hitt workout and literally everytime i try to quit sugar it just adds to the problem even more..i get dizzy palpitations my body feel week and im eating enough meals but that still doesnt work for me unless i have something really sweet that has pure sugar in it ! How do i deal with this ? oh and not to mention my blood pressure goes really up when i avoid sugar how is this even possible is sugar suppose to bring your blood pressure down ? Im 22 btw and i weight 60kg 

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  • 2 months ago

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  • 2 months ago

    Try the diabetic sugar bars go to the diabetic section and get the slow release chocolate vanilla bars specially designed for people with conditions like that it has a sugar that releases slowly to raise your blood sugar levels to a healthy point and get yourself some test strips and when you need sugar take the appropriate amount of sugar you should be about 98.99 parts. If you're more than that you're getting too much sugar if you're anything under an 80 you're going to feel absolutely crappy so you're going to have to probably get strips and maintain your sugar. Try eating honey candies which is a predigested form of sugar see how that behaves sugar is not unhealthy it is absolutely necessary to life but you're just going to have to do some monitoring just like a diabetic keeping your sugar levels where I told you to keep them

  • Andy C
    Lv 7
    2 months ago

    RXBARs, figs, dates, bananas,  etc.

    Whole fruit = okay.

    Added sugars OR fiber-removed sugars = deadly over time.

  • k w
    Lv 7
    2 months ago

    sugar is in lots of stuff, cereal, pancakes, soft drinks, coffee, tea, some chips, bread...and the list goes on....maybe just go for a 20 min walk instead of killing yourself......see a doctor soon...

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  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    You need to follow the 15-15 "rule" (guideline, really) for hypoglycemia. Eat 15 grams of carbohydrates and wait 15 minutes for all symptoms to subside. The weak shakiness, light headed feeling, anxiety, and/or irritability should disappear.

    Typical 15-gram foods:

    small apple

    average orange

    small banana

    handful of grapes, about 15

    3-4 prunes

    2 Tbsp. raisins, dried cranberries, or dried cherries

    half a plain bagel

    half a cup of granola

    Those foods do have naturally occurring sugar, but it shouldn't be enough to matter to your blood sugar.

    I hope it's not rude to ask if you've been diagnosed with low blood sugar or if it's a self-diagnosis. If it's self, you need to see a doctor to rule out diabetes and to get some nutritional information that will help you eat correctly. Clearly it's not just eliminating sugar, right?

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