People who have low blood sugar may be suffering from decreased adrenal function. Long term elevated cortisol, the primary stress hormone, equates to long term blood sugar regulation. With Adrenal Fatigue, when you eat is as important as what you eat. It is necessary to consume a balance of protein and fats with specific carbohydrates at regular intervals to avoid low blood sugar. Cortisol levels rise and fall depending on what and when you eat. To maintain good adrenal health requires keeping cortisol levels within their normal range. High cortisol contributes to weight gain, poor digestion, and intestinal microflora imbalance.
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