"Too-low cortisol (NOT the same thing as too-high cortisol) aggravates low blood sugar"
"symptoms of low blood Sugar are often not accompanied by any measureable change in actual blood sugar, but are instead caused by sudden high cortisol and adrenalin, lasting in spikes of about an hour, which cause symptoms that feel like low blood Sugar but are in fact not"
It goes on and on. Blood sugar problems suck. And no, liver flushing has not helped me with mine.
not sure what your liver flushing history has been but it might be as simple as eating more sugars? from good sources like fruit, grain, etc???
i had some similar issues part way through the liver flushing and didn't realize that my body had healed a lot. i had kept up the high fat and protein and was not doing myself any favors.
if that doesn't work then try cinnamon, black pepper as a source of chromium. grind it yourself as pre-ground powders can be very old and moldy. also try ionic or regular chromium/vanadium supplements.
blood Sugar can be very hard to get a handle on, and it is also a dynamic situation where as your body changes either for the better or worse it may be difficult to pinpoint what is going on.
One way to distinguish between actual low blood Sugar and symptoms that resemble low blood Sugar is to test your blood sugar.
Anyone with concerns about their blood sugar levels or who is taking action based on a belief about the state of their blood sugar levels would do well to know what their actual levels are. Get a blood glucose monitor and test strips. It's easy and affordable.
what i used to think were low blood Sugar symptoms were high histamines....it causes low BP and high pulse and releases adrenaline...everytime i checked my blood Sugar during these times it was normal as can be...now when it happens i take a 1000mgs of vitamin c and feel better...vitamin c lowers histamines on contact
yup, that's why it's importatnt to know what your treating before you treat it...its as easy as taking your blood Sugar and if it's normal give vitamin c a try....trial and error is unfortunately the only way to get to the bottom of things....
I do agree blood Sugar is easy to know about but not always easy for doctor to find I was so sick for so long and I had so many tests with so many dcctors, some tests I had 5 or 6 times....
Blood Sugar glucose fasting lab test results are NOT as accurate as you might believe!!! People beware or this it is no joke! Do your research . I wish I knew this because I would of NEVER depended on a regular doctors glucose fasting test results I wonder why doctor even depend on something that is so flawed. The smartest thing would of been to go straight to an Endocrinologist, but you cannot get a referral since the MD is giving you the wrong test.
IF your ill and suspect high blood sugar just buy meter and the strips and I would of know from the get go you will see exactly where your blood sugar and you can watch it for two to three weeks and record the information daily . Basically taking blood sugar test 90 minutes after a meal and first thing in the morning keep a diary and take the doc
I was been reading case after case, of all these people
that have just cured there diabetes I and II NATURALLY so do not just blindly listen to your doctor but at least investigate other avenues so you can be cured naturally, through exercise and diet change. Doctor will give your medicine and take shots for the rest of your life and this is not the cure it is a Band-Aid solution and I realize for some people this works
I read this and was so shocked, I believe it was 94 cases that was fasting-glucose test had missed 62 percent of those cases, and the A1C had missed 83 percent. Apparently there are sign way before you get full blow diabetes, apparently "The last thing to go up is your fasting glucose," fasting blood glucose is the least sensitive marker for predicting future diabetes and heart disease"
I'm wondering if you've done a lot of liver flushes? I am dealing with either reactive or chronic hypoglycemia. Also dealing with chronic fatigue syndrome, and am hoping if I do more Liver Flushes it will help the hypoglycemia. I've done several Liver Flushes but am told you have to keep doing them until all the stones come out or else the stones from the back will move to the front and cause the same symptoms. I also think that the way I've been doing the flushes may exacerbate the hypoglycemia by causing Candida/yeast to flare up, and I think there is a connection with hypoglycemia and Yeast/fungus/candida. In preparation for the Liver Flush I do a lot of apples (albeit Green apples), and do three days of lots of carbs before doing the actual flush. I was told to eat 3 days with no fat or protein before the flush to cause pressure to build up in the gallbladder. But because of the damned hypoglycemia I have to eat carbs (like potatoes and rice with veggies) to keep my blood Sugar stable enough to get through the flush. I am wondering how you have done the liver flushes, and have you done many?