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Can the low blood sugar that I experience from time to time be a sign that I could be a pre-diabetic?
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At this stage, it is most important that you learn to eat correctly for hypoglycemia (i.e. low blood sugar). This would mean eating a small meal or snack every few hours. Food should be unrefined. Instead, eat lots of veggies, legumes, and fish if you eat it. A handful of dry roasted nuts can curb a low blood sugar episode. What's needed are small doses of protein. Left unchecked over time, it is possible for hypoglycemia to advance into hyperglycemia, and then on to diabetes.

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