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Fiber Can Control Hypoglycemia

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Friday, 03 August 2018 01:16 PM Current | Bio | Archive

A person with reactive hypoglycemia is often treated like a redheaded stepchild, as we say in the South.

Most doctors either do not recognize the condition as a real disorder, or think it is a minor problem. Some give such poor advice as “Just eat a candy bar!”

The most important things to do to control hypoglycemia include regular, vigorous exercise, avoiding high-glycemic foods and sugar, and increasing your intake of fiber.

High fiber can stabilize blood sugar throughout the day. It also improves bowel movements and aids colon health.

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