Posts Tagged ‘hypoglycaemia’

Beware of the blood sugar level

Saturday, October 3rd, 2009

Heath Blood SugarToday more and more people suffer from diabetes and required to regularly monitor your blood sugar. Most of them believe that the lower is this index, the better. Those who correctly understood the principles of low-calorie diets believe that reducing the glucose content in the body will lead to healing or weight loss. Some even take preparations for reducing sugar. All these “measures” conducive to the reduction in blood glucose below the minimum recommended level to which the body has adapted and cause a serious condition – hypoglycemia.
Brain can not function without carbohydrates and use more glucose than other organs. A healthy body regulates this process during a night’s sleep and even during prolonged fasting. The concentration of glucose in the blood is maintained at the expense of the continuous decay of the stock of polysaccharides in the liver. But many diseases and unhealthy lifestyles can trigger the syndrome, known as hypoglycemia.
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