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Although many diabetics and hypoglycemics may be overweight, the mechanisms of carbohydrate addiction, hypoglycemia, and diabetes should not be confused.
Diabetes is a disorder in which the body produces insufficient insulin or is unable to use it. If untreated, the malfunction results in too much glucose in the blood. Hypoglycemia is a condition characterized by low blood-sugar levels/ Cold sweats, dizziness, faintness, headaches, and head-pounding may be experienced within about two hours after eating a carbohydrate-rich meal.
Our continuing research suggests that the Carbohydrate Addict’s Diet is associated with weight loss and a general improvement in health. We believe that this diet presents no danger to the health of the healthy person.
Conversely, there arc; certain physical ailments that may argue against using this eating regime. For these reasons, it is important that you cheek with your physician before using this diet or varying in other significant ways from your regular regime. This is true particularly if you have diabetes, hypoglycemia, a history of heart disease, or kidney or liver disorders.
We also recommend under any circumstances that you seek to have your physician monitor your weight and progress as you continue on the program.
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