There’s a ton of info out there about high blood sugar but almost nothing about LOW blood sugar.
Often, this is the first stage we pass through as we are beginning to experience metabolic issues.
Sometimes high insulin drives down our blood sugar too low when fasting or after a meal.
Sometimes our low cortisol levels might not be able to keep our blood sugar in a healthy range.
And sometimes we can experience these *low* blood sugar symptoms at ANY blood sugar number.
Often my clients report they experience these symptoms if their blood sugar is dropping too quickly.
(And these symptoms may also occur for some people when their blood sugar gets too high! Confusing, I know!)
So if this is you, you are probably wondering what to do!
1 First off, start measuring your blood sugar when you feel these symptoms or with a Continuous Glucose Monitor so you can start to see your patterns.
2 Second, use strategies like eating lots of protein and healthy fats before carbs at meals, go for...