- Paperback: 191 pages
- Publisher: Health Plus Pub (June 1, 1977)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 093209001X
- ISBN-13: 978-0932090010
- Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.8 x 8.5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 9.6 ounces
- Average Customer Review: 26 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #766,540 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Hypoglycemia: A Better Approach
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ARE YOU A VICTIM? Do you feel tired all the time? Do you have to have coffee, cola, or alcohol to get you through the day? Are you forgetful, indecisive, irritable? Do you suffer from insomnia, depression, headaches, trembling, drowsiness, crying spells, cold sweats, mental confusion, anxiety, dizziness, indigestion, allergies, obesity, craving for sweets, lack of sexual energy? You may be suffering from HYPOGLYCEMIA, one of the world's most frequently misdiagnosed diseases. Dr. Paavo Airola explains in this book what hypoglycemia is, how to know whether you have it, and how a simple, common-sense approach can completely eliminate symptoms of this "hidden" disease.
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This book is useful for everyone: the people that think they're hypoglycemic because they get "the shakes" and "hangry" when they haven't eaten. More importantly, useful for those of us with actual, reactive hypoglycemia.
My mother had a stroke from hypoglycemia when she was 31. For 13 years, I've had major issues with my hypoglycemia. Having attacks several times a day, ruining vacations, etc. This book gave me a better understanding of my type of hypoglycemia and what to do to make it better. It's been 4 months, I have quit drinking, went vegetarian, and have had only ONE hypo attack!
I have read countless books on the condition. This is the one. Get it.
I started following the diet, and by the second day I was already feeling better. I am only a week into it and I feel like a new person, able to enjoy life, relax and just be. What a wonderful book this is! For those of you on the fence, please try this book. I was very very ill but am able to function so much better. I hope the same for you!
I had given it away years ago and wanted to have the book back.
Dr.Airola tells about the diet he found to be most beneficial to those with numerous symptoms and lists the diet and helps to keep your strength up and the low blood sugar balanced.
He was a sort of pioneer of the subject at the time.
seller sent it out quickly
I recommend the seller
This is a TERRIFIC book, filled with insight and excellent (though completely counter-intuitive) advice on dietary changes to help "even out" the blood sugar drops that can give you that "spaced-out," daydreamy feeling that lays at the heart of inattentive ADD. All of my adult life, I've subscribed to the typical advice for hypoglycemics: up the protein, cut the carbs. Oh, and don't forget the coffee : )
Guess what? That advice may be TOTALLY WRONG for many of us, according to the author of this book, Dr. Paavo Airola. His advice is to up the complex carbs and add healthy GRAINS (something I was told to avoid) and to practice systematic undereating.
In a nutshell, I've implemented many of the ideas in this book & much to my pleased and amazed surprise, it's GREAT ADVICE. And the best part is that foods I'd cut from my diet but actually enjoy eating are back on the menu. Yogurt, kefir, oats, wheat, spelt, bread, brewer's yeast, raw honey and more. I've found more sustained energy and fewer "dips" since reading & implementing the advice here. Add some 2015 era supplements, minerals, and time your meals properly and you may be truly amazed at the improvement in your sustained energy levels.
Just FYI, as mentioned in the book, the only accurate way to clinically diagnose hypoglycemia (and there are several varieties) is with a SIX-HOUR glucose tolerance test, performed by a lab.
It's very possible that something as simple as addressing hypoglycemia could improve the issues at the root of your dreaminess/lack of focus. PLEASE take the time to read through some of the other reviews of this very useful book, get a copy, & then see for yourself. Good luck!
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