Dr. Leia Addresses High Blood Sugar Effects and Symptoms – Find
Natural Diabetic Supplements
Question for Dr. Leia: What are high blood sugar effects?
It seems my blood sugar drops
at times during the day and I am wondering if I am assessing high blood sugar symptoms, or if I am hyperglycemic.
you tell me the difference, as I worry sometimes I might be a candidate for Diabetes. Thanks Sally.
Dr. Leia’s Answer: Dear Sally, thank you for asking such an important question. Hypoglycemia
or low blood sugar, and maturity onset diabetes is a very common disease process in our westernized modern culture
You didn’t say how old your were, and whether one of your parents or any other immediate relative has diabetes.
If you are over 40, overweight, and one parent has diabetes, then you could be at higher than average risk for
getting diabetes. Genetics or heredity, and lifestyle, including the type of diet and food which you eat, and your
exercise level are all important in determining your risk for diabetes. Usually, hypoglycemia or low blood sugar
can precede the onset of diabetes. So, it is important to know the warning signs and symptoms.
Here are some symptoms of low blood sugar: skipping meals, inner shakiness or trembling before eating, after which
eating (especially sweets or fruit juice or sugar laden foods) will immediately alleviate the shakiness, a Dr. Jekyll
and Mr. Hyde personality, irritability when hungry, emotional ups and downs, dizziness, headaches, heart palpitations
or heart racing, mental fogginess, fatigue, insomnia, craving and ingestion of excess sweets, long intervals between
eating (greater than 5-6 hours), always dieting, or eating junk or fast foods and poor dietary habits, and in severe
Now here are some symptoms of high blood sugar effects or diabetes: excessive thirst, increased urination, unusual
weight gain or loss, increased or constant hunger, fatigue, irritability, vaginal yeast infections in women, poor
wound healing, or blurred vision and mental fogginess, insomnia, emotional or mental stupor, and in severe cases
As you can see, some of the symptoms overlap, so it is important to ask your doctor for a blood test to check for
low blood sugar or diabetes. The first test your doctor might order is to determine your fasting blood sugar level.
Blood is usually drawn first thing in the morning, before breakfast, after a 12 hour period of not eating any food.
Just water is allowed. If this test is elevated, then it might indicate that you have high blood sugar symptoms.
Further blood testing including a glucose tolerance test or a two hour after eating test, or a glycosolated hemoglobin
test might be needed to rule out hypoglycemia from diabetes.
By Dr. Leia Melead
Natural Diabetic Supplements
New! Diabetic Support Product: Triple Complex Diabetonic – An ideal choice for helping to balance and sustain the stability of sugar levels stable while also reducing cravings for sweet foods. A good term for Tissue salts is “Nutroceuticals” –
This is because they are nutritional substances that can be used for maintaining optimal body function and health while restoring balance to the body while relieving symptoms of various diseases. Tissue Salts can be added to your regular supplementation to assist in preventing illness and to improve your body’s health, just as you take vitamins. You can also supplement to treat symptoms just as you would with traditional medicines.
Triple Complex Diabetonic
Recommended Diabetic Support: Under a physician’s care, Diabin+ is safe and effective for those
experiencing Type I Diabetes and Type II Diabetes. Diabin+ supplements the body’s natural ability to use Insulin
from Vaxa – A Diabetic Support Supplement
Additional Support for Diabetes
- Supplements with Yarrow; Juniper Berries; Huckleberry; Cayenne; Goldenseal Uses: Adrenal Glands; Diabetes; Glands; Hypoglycemia; Infection; Pancreatic Disorders
- Vanadium: Fully Absorbable – 300 +/- ppm Ionic Mineral Supplement. It is estimated that 80 million Americans exhibit some of
the characteristics of diabetes such as insulin resistance, excess insulin release, increased thirst are warning
signs that are indicative of the possible onset of diabetes. Usage: 1 Teaspoon Daily / 3 Months Supply.
- Magnesium: What is it? Magnesium and heart disease. Magnesium and osteoporosis. Magnesium and diabetes. What is the health risk
of too much magnesium? Signs of excess.
- GlyMordica Bitter Melon: Bitter Melon is one of the few agents which has the potential to bolster a flagging pancreas.
It has been recommended by the Department of Health of the Philippines, as one of the best herbal medicines for
it’s ability to help with liver problems, diabetes and HIV. It is an excellent natural remedy for the common cold.
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