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Guardian Blood Balance Some people are afflicted by using a condition called hypoglycemia. Literally, hypoglycemia (hypo=low, gly=sugar, -emia=blood) means "low blood sugar." This happens when the sugar level in the blood drops below where it can fuel the body's activity. It usually occurs after eating large meals, foods rich in sugar or processed carbohydrates or high-glycemic index foods: sugar rises, insulin surges, and then - very rapidly - blood sugar levels decline. The hypoglycemia is caused by an "undershoot" where sugar levels fall below the level that existed before you ate. This reaction, known as reactive hypoglycemia, invariably is situated response to eating the wrong kinds of foods.

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