The Number One Enemy Of Hypoglycemia
For Hypoglycemics sugar is the number one food that must be reduced at all costs. After all the name for Type II Diabetes before it was changed should give you a clue as to where diabetes starts: Sugar Diabetes.
By ignoring the symptoms of hypoglycemia and continuing a casual attitude to refined foods, sweets and chocolates you have a real danger of developing diabetes.
Not only does sugar, especially now in the quantities that Americans eat, damage the body’s delicate balancing of blood sugar levels, but it draws off essential minerals and vitamins.
This is just a taster of what you can find in my e-book to get you onto the road to recovery.
Sugar By A Different Name
Below I have given a partial list of the different names manufacturers put on the packaging of products containing sugar. By using many different names it is confusing and difficult to add up the total amount of sugar in one product. Some people maintain this is intentional.
It would pay you to memorise the various names for sugar so that when you are in the supermarket they will be familiar. Here are just a few of the names
- Brown Rice syrup
- LactoseCorn Syrup
- Malt dextrin
Many more are intemised in my e-book “The Recipe to Conquering Hypoglycemia”.
Find Out How Much Sugar You’re Eating
Here is an extract of a list of food products with the equivalent teaspoonful of sugar. If the full two page list in the e-book doesn’t shock you I’m afraid nothing will.
|Chocolate cake||100gm||2-layer icing (1/12 of cake||15 Tsp|
|Doughnut, plain||40gm||4 Tsp|
|Custard, baked||½ cup||4 Tsp|
|Ice cream||1/8 quart||5 – 6 Tsp|
|Cherry pie||1/6 of med. pie||14 Tsp|
|Ginger ale||180 gm||6 oz. Glass||4⅓ Tsp|
|Fruit cocktail||180 gm||½ cup||5 Tsp|
Knowledge is imperative if you’re going to learn the do’s and don’ts with hypoglycemia dieting and an excellent way to start is with this easy to understand e-book which will help you onto the path of recovery why not start immediately.
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