Hypoglycemia in Diabetes Mellitus

Hypoglycemia in Diabetes Mellitus

Happy Monday, friends of SlimGourmet! Surely, you have heard about diabetes mellitus, but do you know that people with diabetes treatment both oral and insulin injection still have high risk of hypoglycemia?

Hypoglycemia is a condition when blood sugar level is below normal, approximately in 70 mg/dL. Hypoglycemia happens when amount of insulin is too much therefore all of glucose is converted to glycogen. Hypoglycemia can be happened to everyone, including people with diabetes. They tend to experience hypoglycemia because of some factors, such as too active, bad dietary habit, inadequate portion of carbohydrate, overdose, and stress. Symptoms of hypoglycemia are different for some people, but basically, they feel exhausted, sweaty, shaken, or dizzy. When you feel those symptoms, it is best for you to check your blood sugar immediately to get a proper treatment.


If you experience hypoglycemia, you should eat food with simplex sugar in it, such as tea and sugar or honey, fruit, fruit juice, or candy. It is best to choose food that easily to get to replace your blood sugar immediately. If hypoglycemia happens in a long time, some complex condition might be occur. We suggest you to prepare simplex sugar food source when travelling to treat hypoglycemia anytime you go.

SlimGourmet serves menu with low and moderate glycemic index. Besides, carbohydrates portion is also can be customized to help in normalizing your blood sugar. Therefore, clients with will not experience hypoglycemia.

Let’s live healthy, happy, and prosperous with SlimGourmet.

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