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Three Most Important Foods for Fighting Hypoglycemia

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Three most important foods that cure hypoglycemia

1. Grains, seeds, and nuts
They are the most important and potent health-building foods of all. Their nutritional value is unsurpassed by any other food.Eaten mostly raw and sprouted, but also cooked, they contain all the important nutrients essential for human growth, sustenance of health of health, and prevention of hypoglycemia disease in the most perfect combination and balance.

You should predominantly eat those that are grown in your own environment. Hypoglycemics should eat as many sprouts as possible. Wheat, munf beans, alfalfa seeds, and soybeans make excellent  sprouts.
The best seeds for the hypoglycemic are: flax seeds, sesame seeds, chia seeds, and pumpkin seeds. Tahini and other sesame butters can also be used.

The best nuts are: almonds, peanuts, hazelnuts. All seeds and nuts must be eaten fresh and raw.
Hypoglycemics should eat several small snacks between meals. Raw nuts, especially almonds, are excellent for this purpose.

They are the next most important food group in the Optimum Hypoglycemia Diet. Veggies are extraordinary sources of minerals, enzymes and vitamins. Most of them should be eaten raw in the form of green salad.
Avocado (actually, botanically, it is a fruit, but dietetic ally it is most used as a vegetable) has a very important value in hypoglycemia diet. Artichokes and string beans contain insulin which is converted into levulose in the body.

3- Fruits
Fruits that are not excessively sweet, such as sour apples, cherries, strawberries, papaya, grapefruit, lemon, lime, and pineapple are very important. Dyed fruits should be largely avoided, unless soaked in plenty of water or possibly, used as a part of cooked cereals.

Grapes, grape juice, and dates should be avoided by those whose condition is severe, but they are allowed in very small amounts in the diet of those whose cases are mild. The best way to eat fruit is in raw state, in season, and preferably in the morning, for breakfast.

One half banana , one apple, a slice of fresh pineapple, 1/2 cup of fresh berries are good choice, especially if combined with a handful of fresh, raw nuts and or seeds of your choice. One glass of kefir, yogurt, or other forms of soured milk can be eaten with this meal.

Fruit is also useful as snack food between meals. Just keep in mind this most important fact about fruit or fresh fruit juice: you don’t have to eliminate them from your diet if you eat and drink only small quantities at a time. You may even eat dates if you wish, but only one date at a time.

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