Reactive Hypoglycemia in Children

Thinking that hypoglycemic conditions may be causing son’s bad behavior, Mom has started researching dietary changes to see if modifying his diet makes any difference. Doctors have tested him but everything came back normal. It surely doesn’t hurt to lower the sugar intake for anyone’s diet. Today most of the health books on the market seem to be getting back to the basics of whole food and fresh fruits and vegetables. Doing that seems to clear up a lot of illnesses without furthur medication. I know I have been feeling much better since I’ve been eating healthier!

Stephanie Kenrose‘s Reactive Hypoglycemia website is very informative and a super source for further links and information. Here is The Mayo Clinic page on Reactive Hypoglycemia.

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2 Responses to Reactive Hypoglycemia in Children

  1. Stephanie says:

    Some doctors give the wrong tests for reactive hypoglycemia. If your son’s behavior occurs at fixed times of the day (i.e. late morning, late afternoon), make sure you ask for a second opinion, and see a pediatric endocrinologist (if you haven’t already 🙂 )

    Thank you for linking to my blog!

  2. mygrandmasue says:

    Thanks, Stephanie! I passed your recommendation to my daughter!

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