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For years I struggled with my health.
Heck, growing up, I had cancer when I was 6, 9, 11, and 21 years old. And, treatment from cancer wreaked havoc on my body. It was very frustrating.
Here I am in a pic when I was first diagnosed. It was right around Christmas time. Yep, that’s me with my Return of the Jedi puzzle and my favorite blanket. Oh, and it looks like I got some G.I. Joe toys that year, too. Score!
I remember everything clearly from when I was a kid. I would be healthy for periods of time, and then I’d get sick or have some issues, usually related to treatment.
In time, I learned a lot about my body. Often, I could tell doctors what was going on before they had even diagnosed me.
“PLEASE JUST LISTEN TO ME! SHEESH!”
Some doctors listened to what I had to say, and others didn’t listen at all.
When they didn’t listen, things could get terrible, really fast. I mean, horrendous.
Like for example, that time in 2012, when I rushed to the emergency room and told the doctors that I had myocarditis. They didn’t listen, though. After a heart catheterization, they said I had a “pulled pec muscle” from working out.
Well, I ended up in the ICU a couple of hours later though with—you guessed it, myocarditis.
Yep, that’s me in the pic below, fun times.
I was in the hospital for literally three and a half weeks. It was pretty horrible. I mean, there I was, spending Christmas in the hospital, again!
In 2006, I also spent Christmas in the hospital with the same thing! I almost didn’t make it through that one, though.
Back in 2006, I remember standing up from a chair in the dining room at my grandmother’s house, and my vision fading out.
I FELL BACK ONTO THE FLOOR, UNCONSCIOUS!
So what the heck does all of this have to do with reactive hypoglycemia?
Well, when I first started experiencing problems and having the symptoms of reactive hypoglycemia, I didn’t even know what was wrong. I just knew I felt awful, and sometimes the symptoms scared the hell out of me.
And, to top it all off, I could never seem to get what I needed from anyone in the medical field.
I would have episodes so bad I thought I was going to faint, or worse.
I would get cold, my hands would tremble, my legs would shake, and I would have heart palpitations. And again, I didn’t even know what was triggering my episodes.
And, right around the time, I started thinking that this was all connected to my diet. I suspected it was a low blood sugar issue. I was told that because my blood sugar levels never quite hit the clinical definition of “low blood sugar,” I didn’t have a problem.
Oh really? Sweaty palms, trembling hands, a body shaking uncontrollably, heart rates near 200 beats a minute without doing anything strenuous—these aren’t issues? Are you kidding me?
So yeah, I continued to experience these symptoms. I was confused, frustrated, and well, I was angry.
But, just like in the past, when my experience and my gut feelings told me things that some doctors would not even consider, I knew I was onto something in thinking this was a low blood sugar issue.
I HAD TO TAKE THINGS INTO MY OWN HANDS!
After spending hours and hours researching, reading articles, reading studies, talking with trainers, dieticians, and even bodybuilders—anyone who knew anything about nutrition, I was convinced that reactive hypoglycemia was the issue.
The next step was learning how to fix it all.
With a little bit of testing, wait, with a lot of testing and trial and error, I developed my own system for treating my reactive…
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