Thanks to contact through Healthcare Magic. The goal of treatment for hypoglycemia
is to delay the absorption of food. This can be accomplished through changes in eating habits.
-Do not eliminate carbohydrate
from the diet.
-Increase your intake of complex carbohydrates (starches). These foods are absorbed more
slowly than simple carbohydrates and therefore do not cause rapid changes in blood sugar levels. Examples of complex carbohydrates are breads, cereals, pasta, rice, vegetables, and legumes.
-Avoid foods high in simple carbohydrates such as jams, jellies, table sugar, honey syrup, molasses, pies, candy, cakes, cookies, pastries and soda pop.
-Increase your intake of fiber. Fiber is the indigestible portion of Fruits, vegetables, legumes and grains. Carbohydrates are absorbed more slowly when they are part of a high fiber meal.
-Eat Fruit-fresh of canned without sugar - rather than drinking juice. The added fiber will slow down sugar absorption.
-Eat smaller meals with snacks between meals and at bedtime.
-Avoid foods and beverages containing caffeine often produces the same symptoms as hypoglycemia and may make you feel worse.
-Avoid alcoholic beverages. Alcohol lowers blood sugar levels, especially on an empty stomach.
-Maintain of achieve desirable body weight. Excess weight interferes with the body's ability to use insulin
-Decrease you fat intake. A high-fat diet has been shown to interfere with insulin use. Because fat is high in calories, decreasing fat intake will also help you lose weight. If you are at your desirable body weight, replace calories from fat with calories from complex carbohydrates.
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