Should I Do Keto With Hypoglycemia?

Should I Do Keto With Hypoglycemia?

Should I Do Keto With Hypoglycemia?

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so the question is should you do ‘quite L if you have hypoglycemia take a look at this low blood sugar comes from high blood sugar and the spike of insulin pushing it down so in reality hypoglycemia is high insulin because it’s actively pushing you down into a lowered state the next question is well don’t we need sugar to balance it to bring it back up well the problem is the actual cause of hypoglycemia is high insulin by adding more sugar to balance it we raise more insulin to lower it so why would you want to do that now insulin resistance which you see in diabetes all the time especially type 2 and also in type 1 as well is caused by too much insulin or chronic exposure to insulin as well but when you have insulin resistance which so many people do your body is actually making seven times the amount of insulin that you need than a normal person so it’s not just about you meeting candy but your body is actually making it by itself without eating any carbohydrates you’re just making tons of insulin creating more insulin resistance and that high level of insulin is just gonna drive it down and cause the hypoglycemia in certain people some people never get hypoglycemia they get hyperglycemia or high blood sugar so the real question is how do we keep your insulin normal to then normalize hypoglycemia well we just want to focus on keeping insulin normal we want to keep our Sugar’s low we don’t want to eat frequent meals we want to consume magnesium potassium and b1 these are the two minerals and the vitamin that you need to really support insulin resistance and help this condition but I think what we should do is we really need to go to the experts for this because murk’s manual is the authority on medical pathology let’s go to chapter on hypoglycemia and see what it says page 1056 diabetic patients taking insulin should always carry sugar lumps or candy with them and the patient’s family and friends should be instructed to recognize the symptoms of hypoglycemia which is dizziness lightheadedness irritable Ness even fainting spells and in giving the emergency treatment mentioned above okay so we want to give them sugar right so I’m trying to find out what you need to do to correct this problem so I’m going to go right to the chapter where it talks about the diet for diabetes let’s let’s see what they say about that what is the diet for diabetes diet composition there’s no need to disproportionately restrict the intake of carbohydrates in the diet of most diabetics Wow flexibility in diet design helps many patients to adhere to an effective program so in other words we can keep it flexible we can pretty much tell them what they can eat what they want because that way they’ll stick to the junk food diet makes no sense whatsoever if you do that you’re gonna raise insulin you’re never going to correct this problem if you eat the sugar same deal very simply what you need to do is healthy keto and intermittent fasting on a nice gradual level start with three meals a day and then no snacks add protein electrolytes B vitamins and then go to two meals a day what’s going to happen you’ll transition over to burn fat and the need for insulin will go down the need for running and blood Sugar’s will go down and you won’t have this anymore it’s a very effective all right thanks for watching hey guys real quick I have a new healthy keto eating plan for you just go to dr. Berg comm it’s right on the front page I put a link down below download it it’s free check it out

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In this video, Dr. Berg answers the question, “Should you do keto if you have hypoglycemia?” Low blood sugar comes from high blood sugar and the spike of insulin pushing it down – hypoglycemia is high insulin.

Don’t we need sugar to balance it?
• The actual cause of hypoglycemia is high insulin so by adding more sugar to balance it, it raises more insulin.
Insulin resistance is also caused by too much insulin. When you have insulin resistance, the body is making 7x the amount of insulin that you need compared to a normal person.

How to keep insulin normal?
• Keep sugars low.
• Don’t do frequent meals.
• Consume Magnesium + Potassium + Vitamin B1 (nutritional yeast)

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