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Hypoglycemia 

This is considered “low blood pressure” and can be the problem if you get shaky when you don’t eat. It can also come from an overactive insulin faucet or one in which the washers need to be replaced. There is a disregulation or there is a leak. People with this condition need to be very careful of skipping meals or having donuts and coffee for breakfast. High protein foods allow a slower release of the nutrients into the blood stream which is more likely to keep you from getting dizzy and weak. This is a condition that would be best addressed by a licensed and registered dietician who can look at the blood work from your physician, get  a diet history, and develop a program for you. This condition has been known to develop into other more serious conditions if not corrected. But with professional advice, can be vastly improved. Keep high protein snacks in  your desk drawer, car, or back-pack.

 

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