Hypoglycemia what to eat?
Your diet for hypoglycemia should contain plenty of whole, fresh foods, fresh vegetables, whole grains, protein and healthy fats.
It is essential to get adequate protein for those suffering from hypoglycemia, especially at breakfast. This will help sweet cravings.
Two eggs for breakfast would be ideal. Eat full protein for lunch and dinner. Make sure to eat a protein snack every afternoon, before your blood sugar drops.
Avoid all refined foods: White sugar, white flour, and anything containing them. They weaken our glands and our whole body. They decrease our energy and weaken our immune system.
Avoid also all refined, heated or processed fats or oils. When using oils ensure you use either extra virgin olive oil or first pressed cold oils. All oils that are refined, that we find in all processed foods, ie, margarine, salad dressings, mayonnaise, baked goods etc, are very hard on the liver. We need the liver to be strong in order for the glandular system to be strong to prevent hypoglycemia.
For hypoglycemia dieting stay away from fruits until you get your sweet cravings under control.
Never skip a meal.
Drink plenty of water.
Other good things to drink:
- Herbal tea
- cereal coffee
- Soup Broths
- Make a shake with whey protein, or soy protein, carob powder and stevia
- Liquid chlorophyll in water
- and sweet drinks, soft drinks etc.
For best results it is important to follow this plan for a period of 5 to 8 weeks. During this time the body will have a chance to rest, detox, and regain strength. In time you can return to a diet that is less strict, while continuing to follow the basic principles.
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