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Re: Garlic and hypoglycemia?
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Re: Garlic and hypoglycemia?

Often times, feelings such as extreme bouts of hunger and/or weakness, can be linked to mineral deficiencies.

That said, one of the leading causes of mineral deficiencies are due to altercations in the blood chemistry. Particularly in the red blood cell health and production. Which are classic symptoms of an underlying infection.

Therefore, it would make sense that you would find relief from garlic intake as this could help combat bacterial infections throughout the body. As these are often swayed by the quality of ones eating habits. - steering clear of; sugars, starches, carbohydrates etc. as these contribute to the colonization and proliferation of the bacteria in question.

- hope this helps

PS. have you considered using a Blood Purification device to help lower the number of pathogens in your blood?

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