blood sugar

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  1. hells

    hells Full Member

    has anyone else had trouble with your blood sugar levels on this diet. not sure if it is related or not :confused:
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  3. kered

    kered Gold Member

    Touch wood - I haven't and even though I am not diabetic I was a little worried about this when I first started. The reason for being a little worried was that sometimes, just occassionally I got a shaky feeling, just knew I needed to eat something, but once I had eaten something I felt fine.

    Hope your ok and if it persists you should tell your Pharmacist or see your Doctor.
  4. hells

    hells Full Member

    i am goin to the docs i get the shakes (as in body not the drinks) all the time x thanks tho
  5. Sara4

    Sara4 Gold Member

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    I get the shakes all the time on it too. If you split your shakes into 6 portions it helps. When it happens I just take a rest. Sit down and guzzle water and have a coffee. It seems to happen to carb addicts mainly. Out of curiousity ...... is there diabetes in your family? There is in mine and I am just wondering does that predispose us to more sensitive blood sugar level fluctuations as such?
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