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Hypoglycemic Headache Cure

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One of the great unrecognized disorders by orthodox medicine is reactive hypoglycemia.This condition occurs in certain people when they eat foods containing large amounts of sugar or other foods that are high on the glycemic index. It is a hereditary condition, and the episodes gradually get worse over time.
 
In some cases the symptoms can be quite severe — such as sudden, excruciating, and unrelenting headaches that respond to few pain medications, even strong narcotics. Often, the headaches can interfere with sleep.
 
Unfortunately, every member of my family suffered from this condition, including me. Over the years, I searched for a cure, but found that if you waited until after the headache occurred even eating something afforded little relief.
 
Being interested in biochemistry, I looked at the best way to rapidly supply the brain and pain sensitive tissues with energy. Pyruvate was the most logical answer, as it was the point for glucose to enter the Kreb’s cycle, which is the main site of energy generation.
 
Recently, I had a headache and knew that I was in for a sleepless night. So I took a large dose of pyruvate (four 775 mg capsules) and within 20 minutes the headache completely subsided. I slept like a baby. Even more impressive was the fact that the headache never returned. I now use pyruvate whenever I get one of these headaches.
 
Pyruvate is one of the best kept secrets in medicine. Because of its essential position in cellular energy production, it plays a major role in protecting against a number of disorders.
 
Research has shown it to be superior to glutamine in gut repair, it is a powerful protectant against excitotoxicity, it prevents hypoglycemic brain damage in cases of very severe hypoglycemia, it protects the retina, prevents diabetic cataracts, and improves brain cell function. As far as I have been able to determine, pyruvate has no toxicity.
 
I prefer magnesium pyruvate, but it is not commercially available as a supplement. One can also buy a creatine/pyruvate complex as a powder, but it has a very intensely bitter taste. Theoretically, pyruvate would be very valuable for diabetics both in preventing hypoglycemic brain injury (do to insulin overshooting) and in supplying energy when insulin is not available.

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One of the great unrecognized disorders by orthodox medicine is reactive hypoglycemia.This condition occurs in certain people when they eat foods containing large amounts of sugar or other foods that are high on the glycemic index.
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