How To Get Rid of Hypoglycemia Naturally

Guide To Beating Hypoglycemia

Here's Just A Tiny Glimpse Of The Topics Covered: The 3 main types of hypoglycemia and which type you're most likely suffering from. How snacking on chocolate bars can actually make you Fat and worsen your condition! (If you thought those delicious dark brown bars were great energy- boosters.think again!) The No. 1 question most folks have when it comes to hypoglycemia and hyperglycemia. Why you should insist on a 6-hour Gtt and not a 5-hour one. ( Why it might not be a good idea to consult a doctor to confirm your hypoglycemia. Aside from taking a Gtt, what other methods can you use to determine whether or not you're suffering from this condition? Well, refer Chapter 4, Pgs. 23-26 to take a revealing 67-question test especially designed to find out if you've got the symptoms. An inspiring motivational exercise that will help you effectively banish all of your negative thoughts that prevent you from having peace of mind. 2 good reasons why you should keep a food journal. 3 powerful nutrients that limit the effect of glucose on your blood sugar level. This is vital to a hypoglycemic as it helps slow down the absorption of sugar in the food. The secret impulse that literally forces you to say 'yes' to a candy bar or chocolate whenever you feel the hunger pangs gnawing at you. 2 ingredients that are lethal to a hypoglycemic. 'Hidden sugars' you must know to avoid buying products that can easily worsen your condition. 8 essential rules of food planning that are crucial to your speedy recovery from hypoglycemia. Leave out one of them and it could hurt your chances of recovering. How to create a healthy food plan that's suitable for both vegetarian and non- vegetarian hypoglycemics. Most food plans only focus on non-vegetarians, but this one works great for everybody! Continue reading...

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Arborans A and B with hypoglycemic activity

Arboran A and B, fractionated by gel permeation, showed the following characteristics arboran A, MW 12Kda, containing peptide moiety 2.5 neutral sugar components Rha, Fuc, Ara, Xyl, Man, Gal, Glc 0.3, 0.2, 0.1, 1.0, 0.2, 1.0, 0.3 in molar ratio 16.7 of acetyl group arboran B, MW, 57Kda, containing peptide moiety 10.4 neutral components Man, Glc, 10.3 1.0 in molar ratio. When administered IP (inter-peritoneal) to normal mice, both arboran A and B diminished plasma glucose levels in a dose-dependent manner, and showed the marked hypoglycemic effects 24 hours after

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Chinese Medicine Plants

The juice from freshly squeezed ginger (contains gingerols) has been reported to be hypoglycemic in diabetic rats (Sharma and Shukla, 1977). The diabetic state alters the microvascular function (Vandana and Brecher, 1987) and affects the synthesis of prostacyclin, thromboxane, and leukotrienes (Jeremey et al., 1983 Rosenblum and Hirsh, 1984). Similarly, the gingerols have been reported to inhibit both cyclooxygenase and lipoxygenase and to diminish the production of prostaglandins and leukotrienes (Kiuchi et al., 1992). The chemical structures of gingerols are similar in part to those of prostaglandins. In vitro studies have demonstrated that an aqueous extract of fresh ginger inhibits the activities of cyclooxygenase as a result, it inhibits arachidonic acid metabolism and platelet aggregation (Srivastava, 1984). In vivo animal studies have demonstrated that an acetone extract of fresh ginger prevents vomiting in Suncus murmunus. Oral administration of the acetone extract of dried...

Phytochemical and pharmacological investigations

Hypoglycemic and lipolytic activity Compounds obtained from extracts of Cystoseira barbata have shown hypoglycemic and lipolytic activity. A new phloroglucinol derivative isolated from brown alga Eisenia bicyclis (Kjellman) Setchell (Phaeophyceae) from Japan has been reported to be effective in the treatment of diabetic complications. Polysaccharides from Laminaria japonica Aresch. reduced the concentration of cholesterol, triglycerides, and high density lipoprotein in quails.

Risk Factors For Cardiovascular Diseases

There are several factors that increase the risk of developing CVD. These risk factors may be nonmodifiable, such as a family history of cardiovascular disease, race (black, aborginal), and age.1,3,19 However, many of the risk factors for heart attack and stroke are indeed modifiable with changes in behavior, drugs, or diet. Eighty percent of the Canadian population has at least one modifiable risk factor for cardiovascular disease.3 Smoking is the single most important cause of preventable illness and premature death for Canadians. 3 Other risk factors that can be controlled are diabetes and obesity (or metabolic syndrome20,21), sedentary lifestyles, stress, hypertension,3,10 and dyslipidemia.3,8 Thus, the incidence of cardiovascular disease can be attenuated by increases in physical activity, smoking cessation, controlling diabetes with insulin or oral hypoglycemic agents, controlling hypertension with various antihypertensive drugs, cholesterol-lowering therapy with drugs, and...


A flavonoid fraction extracted from the bark of P. marsupium was studied for the hypoglycemic activity on normal and alloxanized albino rats. The flavonoid fraction did not show a consistent effect on normal blood sugar levels but it effectively reversed the alloxan-induced changes in the blood sugar level and the beta-cell population in the pancreas. The flavonoid fraction also showed a protective effect when it was given prior to alloxan administration.

Coffeefunctional Food And Medicinal Herb

Noteworthy is that this discussion focuses on the benefits of coffee from a botanical perspective. The social use of coffee in its modified forms latte or ''mocha,'' where dairy and sugary flavors are added, are clear sources of empty calories. For diabetics and weight management many a clinician will find in discussion with their patients that indeed an enlarging waistline, reactive hypoglycemia, and increased blood sugars do not implicate coffee, but the chosen delivery of this therapeutic food ''a la empty calories.''

Additional Medicinal Mushrooms

Tremella (Tremella fuciformis, Tremella mesenterica, Tremella aurantia). Tremella species have shown hypoglycemic and immune-modulating activity. Oral supplementation with a polysaccharide extract from T. aurantia showed significantly lowered levels of insulin, total-cholesterol, triglyceride, and lipoperoxide levels in genetically non-insulin-dependent diabetic mice.61 Oral supplementation with T. aurantia has also been shown to suppress plasma testosterone levels in normal rats.62 Additionally, constituents isolated from T. fuciformis have been shown to induce human monocytes to produce interleukin-1 (IL-1), interleukin-6 (IL-6), and tumor necrosis factor (TNF) in vitro.63 Auricularia (Auricularia auricular). Auricularia has been shown to exhibit hypoglycemic, anticoagulant, and antioxidant activity. A study with diabetic mice showed that supplementation with a constituent from Auricularia had a significantly lowered plasma glucose, insulin, urinary glucose, and food intake and...

Dietary Interventions In Diabetes Mellitus

Dietary modifications can be a powerful tool for preventing and treating diabetes. If, for example, a clinician is treating a patient who is at a high risk of developing type 2 diabetes before symptoms of hyperinsulinemia and or hyperglycemia become acute, this is an excellent opportunity to emphasize the potential benefit of cereal fiber. In a large prospective study of 65,173 females over six years, researchers looked for associations between the glycemic index of subjects' diets and their risk of developing type 2 diabetes.60 A glycemic index is an indication of a food's potential to raise blood glucose and the demand the food creates for insulin. Foods with a high glycemic index generally include items such as white bread, mashed potatoes, white rice, and cola beverages. More intermediate-range glycemic foods are items such as apples and orangejuice. Low-glycemic foods are generally those that maintain their natural unprocessed fibers, such as broccoli and peanut butter. In this...

Biochemical Reactions To Stressors

The body's ability to synthesize Cortisol and other corticosteroid hormones is greatly diminished. The resulting excessive fatigue, changes in a person's ability to concentrate, inability to tolerate alcohol, intractable headaches, lowered blood pressure, menstrual irregularities, reactive hypoglycemia, and carbohydrate sensitivity may follow.14 With this compromised ability to control inflammation, the body goes into a pro-inflammatory state. The absence of cortisol leads to an increase in endogenous inflammatory eicosanoids and cytokines and leads to eventual tissue damage and degenerative disease.15

Pharmacological Properties Of Qa

Modern medicine is declining and restricted. The utilization of sparteine as a uterus contracting drug has been abandoned for the same reasons. Sparteine, lupanine and 13-hydroxylupanine have hypotensive and CNS-depressant properties and furthermore, are hypoglycemic and, thus, might be interesting antidiabetic drugs. In addition to QA, the alkaloid-free fraction of L. albus seeds seems to have antidiabetic activities. Matrine and cytisine are amoebicidal matrine and 17-oxolupanine are effective inflammatory compounds. Some of these pharmacological properties can be explained through activation of the acetylcholine receptors and inhibition of K+ and Na+ -channels.48,52


Bitter melon (Momordica charantia) has historically been used for blood sugar control. In a small study of nine patients with type 2 diabetes, a simple water extract of the fruit of bitter melon was enough to lower blood glucose levels significantly during a 50 g oral glucose tolerance test. This improvement was not associated with an increase in serum insulin.37 Another study with 100 patients with moderate non-insulin-dependent diabetes examined the efficacy of drinking the aqueous homogenized suspension of bitter melon vegetable pulp. The results showed significant reduction of both fasting and postprandial serum glucose levels in 86 of cases while 5 showed lowering of fasting serum glucose only.38 Animal models have shown that in addition to hypoglycemic activity, whole-plant extracts of Momordica charantia also exert hypotensive action as well.39 Animal models have elucidated some of the mechanisms of bitter melon's anti-diabetic activity. Momordica charantia extract was shown to...

Neutral principles

Neutral principles are bodies of unidentified character. They are widely distributed in Asteraceae. Some neutral principles have been studied for structural determination and biological activity. Kalmeghin from Andrographis paniculata and picrotoxin (Fig. 5.188) from Anamartia paniculata are common examples. Charantin is a non-nitrogenous, neutral pure substance from Momordica charnatia. It has hypoglycemic, mild cholinergic blocking and non-specific antispasmodic activities. There is however a controversy as regards to the neutral principle status of charantin. According to modern literature, it is classified as steroid saponin. Charantin resolves into two compounds of well defined melting point.


Another botanical medicine from the Ayurvedic system, gymnema (Gymnema sylvestre) leaf extract is used as an adjunctive to insulin and oral hypoglycemic therapies for treating patients with either type 1 or type 2 diabetes. Gymnema causes additional reductions in blood glucose levels as well as decreasing glycosylated hemoglobin.38 In addition, this herb is effective for lowering total cholesterol and triglycerides in patients with type 2 diabetes, and researchers have speculated that therapy with a specific gymnema extract may stimulate production of endogenous insulin by regenerating and or revitalizing residual beta cells in these patients.39 Other studies have shown that gymnema decreases blood-sugar levels, serum triglycerides, and total cholesterol including very low-density lipoprotein and LDL cholesterol.40 One early study suggested that gymnemic acids, which are derivatives of the leaf, may inhibit intestinal absorption of glucose and may stimulate pancreatic beta-cell...


Extracts from shiitake mushrooms have also demonstrated hypoglycemic and cholesterol-lowering action as well. Diabetic rats were treated with an exo-polymer from Lentinus edodes. The results showed a reduction of plasma glucose levels by as much as 21.5 and increased plasma insulin by 22.1 compared to controls. Additionally, total cholesterol levels were reduced by 25.1 and triglyceride levels decreased by 44.5 .60

Growth Hormone

Growth hormone (GH) is an anabolic hormone made in the pituitary gland. Secretion of GH is stimulated by exercise, trauma, sleep, acute illness, hypoglycemia, and other hormonal interactions.51 GH facilitates carbohydrate, fat, and protein metabolism, as well as increasing IGF-1, bone thickness, linear growth, and soft-tissue growth. Studies have shown that GH Chromium is a commonly used product for balancing blood sugar. Chromium picolinate is well-studied and is often used in the supplemented form of chromium, although other forms, such as amino acid chelates, can be used. Researchers have found chromium picolinate supplementation to be effective for treating many individuals with both diabetes and reactive hypoglycemia. Research has also shown that intense aerobic exercise increases chromium excretion.68 Data from human studies are inconsistent, and many studies do not show that chromium supplementation improves strength, lean-muscle mass, or body-fat loss. However, some studies do...

Salacia oblonga Wall

A study reported two biologically active principles from petroleum ether extract of the root bark of S. oblonga. Two principles demonstrated about 60 and 76 hypoglycemic potency of an equal dose of tolbutamide (250 mg kg) in albino rats. Fig. 14.9 Structure of possible hypoglycemic principles of Salacia sp. Fig. 14.9 Structure of possible hypoglycemic principles of Salacia sp.


A traditional Ayurvedic botanical medicine, Pushkarmoola (Inula racemosa), has demonstrated blood glucose-lowering effects and enhanced liver glycogen storage without elevating plasma insulin in animal studies. This effect was not due to increased adrenal gland activity or beta-cell degranulation.36 In addition, the researchers involved in one animal study suggested that the hypoglycemic response that Inula produces may occur peripherally via enhancement of insulin sensitivity, not via up-regulation or release of insulin itself. Inula extract decreased serum glucose concentration in corticosteroid-induced hyperglycemia animal models, also suggesting that additional studies of this botanical medicine may shed light on its use for treating insulin sensitivity.37 Additional research in human models is needed to quantify the effects of this herb further as an adjunctive treatment for metabolic syndrome.


This chapter reviews the effect of T. officinale on the hepatobiliary apparatus and gastrointestinal system. The extracts of T. officinale have demonstrated antitumor, hypoglycemic, diuretic, antibacterial and nitric oxide regeneration activity. We need to focus on other pharmacological investigations particularly antioxidant activity and anti-inflammatory activities, which might explain the use of T.officinale in liver diseases.

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