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Old 05-01-17, 10:20 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I've heard of people becoming hypoglycemic after starting South Beach. I've never personally known anyone whose been on this diet so all the stuff I've read is stuff on the internet. So I'm wondering if it's true. Also, if it is true, is it really good to follow a diet that can make you hypoglycemic??? Wouldn't that mean that the diet is missing some important nutrients...
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wow...I can't say I've heard of this. That's kinda bad if it's true though...I can't imagine a diet is good for you if it makes you hypoglycemic at any stage!
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Old 05-13-17, 02:58 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Some people can experience low blood sugar problems when following south beach but this seems to be an issue that most people overcome as they get used to following the diet. Most people recommend that you just eat more to help with this problem (there's a way to do that of course without packing on the calories). If you're really concerned about it or if you actually are hypoglycemic I think the best thing to do would be to try another diet.
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Old 05-15-17, 08:27 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Why would this diet make you hypoglycemic?
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It's because you eat less food and the types of foods that you are supposed to eat might not contain as much sugar as your body need. Hypoglycemia is characterized as deficiency of glucose in the bloodstream, which can lead to a bunch of unpleasant physical and mental symptoms. People who have hypoglycemia usually need to eat more frequently. They don't necessarily need to consume more calories, but they do better eating several times per day instead of waiting long periods between meals.
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Some people can experience low blood sugar problems when following south beach but this seems to be an issue that most people overcome as they get used to following the diet. Most people recommend that you just eat more to help with this problem (there's a way to do that of course without packing on the calories). If you're really concerned about it or if you actually are hypoglycemic I think the best thing to do would be to try another diet.
Hmm, interesting. I don't know, the fact that any part of this diet can make you hypoglycemic seems like a giant red flag to me. I think I'm going to avoid South Beach for the same reasons I avoid any diet that dramatically reduces your calories at the start. To me, making massive dietary changes, whether that means introducing a whole bunch of new food or cutting portions down to ridiculous sizes is unhealthy.
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Hmm, interesting. I don't know, the fact that any part of this diet can make you hypoglycemic seems like a giant red flag to me. I think I'm going to avoid South Beach for the same reasons I avoid any diet that dramatically reduces your calories at the start. To me, making massive dietary changes, whether that means introducing a whole bunch of new food or cutting portions down to ridiculous sizes is unhealthy.
I agree. If any part of a diet risks giving you health condition, I don't think it's safe either.
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